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John Newsinger

#Issue number (date): Article title
#32 (December 1996):
SAS: the Stiff Memoir
#33 (Summer 1997):
Phoenix: Policing the Shadows, and, Origins of the Present Troubles in Northern Ireland
#37 (Summer 1999):
The Churchill myth: Churchill and Secret Service
#37 (Summer 1999):
The Irish War: The Military History of a Domestic Conflict
#40 (Winter 2000/1):
Ten Thirty Three: The Inside Story of Britain's Secret Killing Machine in Northern Ireland
#40 (Winter 2000/1):
The Rebel Who Lost His Cause: the tragedy of John Beckett MP
#41 (Summer 2001):
Trimble
#42 (Winter 2001/2):
Confessions of a Crawler
#50 (Winter 2005/6):
The Blairs and their Court
#52 (Winter 2006/7):
Blackshirt: Sir Oswald Mosley and British Fascism
#54 (Winter 2007/8):
The CIA: A history of torture
#54 (Winter 2007/8):
Secret Intelligence and the Holocaust, and, US Intelligence and the Nazis
#55 (Summer 2008):
The meaning of the QinetiQ scandal
#55 (Summer 2008):
A Shameful Act, and, The Kurdish and Armenian Genocide
#56 (Winter 2008/9):
I married a war criminal
#57 (Summer 2009):
Major Farran’s Hat
#57 (Summer 2009):
Pius XII, the Holocaust and the Cold War
#62 (Winter 2011):
Beyond Business by John Browne
#63 (Summer 2012):
Off Message, and, Standing for Something
#63 (Summer 2012):
Rupert Murdoch: An Investigation of Political Power by David McKnight
#64 (Winter 2012):
Just Boris by Sonia Purnell
#65 (Summer 2013):
David Miliband: working for the man
#66 (Winter 2013):
British Writers and MI5 Surveillance 1930-1960 by James Smith
#67 (Summer 2014):
Dirty Wars by Jeremy Scahill
#68 (Winter 2014):
Counterinsurgency: Exposing the Myths of the New Way of War by Douglas Porch
#68 (Winter 2014):
Hack Attack: How The Truth Caught Up With Rupert Murdoch by Nick Davies
#69 (Summer 2015):
Sailing Close To The Wind: Reminiscences by Dennis Skinner and Kevin Maguire
#70 (Winter 2015):
Thieves of State by Sarah Chayes
#70 (Winter 2015):
Knife Fights: A Memoir of Modern War in Theory and Practice by John A Nagl
#70 (Winter 2015):
The Unravelling: High Hopes and Missed Opportunities in Iraq by Emma Sky
#71 (Summer 2016):
Livingstone, Zionism and the Nazis
#71 (Summer 2016):
Blood Year: Islamic State and the Failures of the War on Terror by David Kilcullen
#72 (Winter 2016):
The Shadow Man: At the Heart of the Cambridge Spy Circle by Geoff Andrews
#72 (Winter 2016):
The Army of Afghanistan: A Political History of a Fragile Institution by Antonio Giustozzi
#72 (Winter 2016):
The Black Door: Spies, Secret Intelligence and British Prime Ministers by Richard Aldrich and Rory Cormac
#73 (Summer 2017):
The Field of Fight: How We Can Win the Global War Against Radical Islam and Its Allies by Lt. General Michael T Flynn and Michael Ledeen
#73 (Summer 2017):
Of G-Men and Eggheads: The FBI and the New York intellectuals by John Rodden
#74 (Winter 2017):
Intelligence, Security and the Attlee Governments, 1945-51: An Uneasy Relationship? by Daniel W B Lomas
#74 (Winter 2017):
Governing from the Skies: a Global History of Aerial Bombardment by Thomas Hippler
#75 (Summer 2018):
My Life, Our Times by Gordon Brown
#75 (Summer 2018):
Unwinnable: Britain’s War in Afghanistan, 2001-2014 by Theo Farrell
#76 (Winter 2018):
Donald Trump and the Christian Right
#76 (Winter 2018):
Reporter: A Memoir by Seymour M. Hersh
#76 (Winter 2018):
Crazytown
#77 (Summer 2019):
Reporting on Hitler: Rothay Reynolds and the British Press in Nazi Germany by Will Wainewright
#77 (Summer 2019):
The End of the Republican Party: Three ‘Never Trump’ Conservatives on the Trump Presidency
#78 (Winter 2019):
Making America Great
#78 (Winter 2019):
The Churchill Factor: How One Man Made History by Boris Johnson
#79 (Summer 2020):
Debunking the Myth of America’s Poodle: Great Britain Wants War by Nu’man Abd al-Wahid
#79 (Summer 2020):
Reporting Trump
#79 (Summer 2020):
Keenie Meenie: The British Mercenaries Who Got Away with War Crimes by Phil Miller
#80 (Winter 2020):
Trump, the US Military and the American Empire
#80 (Winter 2020):
The Never Trumpers
#81 (Summer 2021):
Dangerous Hero, and, Boris Johnson
#81 (Summer 2021):
The Assault on Truth: Boris Johnson, Donald Trump and the Emergence of a New Moral Barbarism by Peter Oborne
#81 (Summer 2021):
Everybody Knows: Corruption in America by Sarah Chayes
#82 (Winter 2021):
Gone but not forgotten… (Donald Trump book reviews)
#82 (Winter 2021):
Confronting Radicals: What America Can Learn From Israel by David Rubin
#82 (Winter 2021):
The Afghanistan Papers: A Secret History of the War by Craig Whitlock
#83 (Summer 2022):
‘To Stand against Israel is to Stand against God’: Zionism, Trump and the US Christian Right
#83 (Summer 2022):
Inside the Trump Administration
#83 (Summer 2022):
Failed Führers: A History of Britain’s Extreme Right by Graham Macklin
#84 (Winter 2022):
Do Not Disturb: The Story of a Political Murder and an African Regime Gone Bad by Michela Wrong
#84 (Winter 2022):
The Perennial Conspiracy Theory, and, The Hitler Conspiracies
#85 (Summer 2023):
The Clandestine Lives of Colonel David Smiley: Code Name ‘Grin’ by Clive Jones
#85 (Summer 2023):
David Stirling: The Phoney Major: The Life, Times and Truth about the Founder of the SAS, by Gavin Mortimer
#85 (Summer 2023):
The Christian Right Revisited
#85 (Summer 2023):
In The Thick of It: The Private Diaries of a Minister by Alan Duncan
#86 (2023):
Johnson at 10: The Inside Story
#86 (2023):
Whole World In An Uproar: Music, Rebellion and Repression 1955-1972
#87 (2023):
Bullingdon Club Britain: The Ransacking of a Nation by Sam Bright
#87 (2023):
Code of Conduct: Why We Need to Fix Parliament – and How to Do It by Chris Bryant
#87 (2023):
Gaza 2009: Revisiting the Goldstone Report
#88 (2024):
Armed and Dangerous: The US Far Right in the Trump era
#88 (2024):
THEY KNEW: how a culture of conspiracy keep America complacent by Sarah Kendzior
#88 (2024):
Labour Takes Power: The Denis MacShane Diaries
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