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41. The Round Table Again [Lobster #28 (Dec 1994)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 28) December 1994 Last | Contents | Next Issue 28 The Round Table Again 1. Getting closer...Despite the recent publicity about Bill Clinton, the impact made on him by Carroll Quigley, and the Rhodes Scholars' network (see Lobster 27 p. 19, for examples), the academic world remains almost wholly unaware of Quigley's work. In their essay 'The Limits of Influence: foreign policy think tanks in Britain and the USA' in Review of International Studie s (1994) 20, pp. 15-35, Richard Higgott and Diane Stone actually do discuss the Round ...
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... ' greed reads as follows: 'An infectious greed seemed to grip much of our business community. Our historical guardians of financial information were overwhelmed. '( 45) Overwhelmed – or complicit? Business accounting scandals, which the Democrats said numbered 993 and involved $1 .276 trillion dollars worth of dodgy corporate bottom lines by the time Bill Clinton replaced Bush Snr., continued to go unchecked throughout the Clinton years. The Democratic National Committee asserted: 'While Democrats fought to rein in deceptive business practices in the 90s, Republican majorities in Congress killed, cut and undermined sensible policies that protected the small investor. The GOP opposition created an environment that led directly to the business scandals ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 16  -  01 Dec 2008  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue56/lob56-17.htm
43. Reflections on the 'cult of the offensive' [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... Hence, as we have also discussed, the efforts of Paul Wolfowitz and Dick Cheney at the Pentagon to establish the pre-emptive principle as a part of the US strategic furniture. Despite mounting near-unilateral military efforts in Iraq and the Balkans, the doctrinal case for pre-emption found few takers in a decidedly risk-adverse Clinton administration. Steeped in the 'institutionalist' tradition in US foreign policy, Clinton/Gore were uninterested in missile defence and had little rapport with a Pentagon still firmly wedded to the 'Powell Doctrine' of either overwhelming military force in extremis or, in practice, doing nothing. The neo-cons, however, were marshalling their forces. ...
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44. Sources [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... his evidence, naming names and firms.(5 ) For most of the politicians and the media, stealing elections has become one of those untouchable subjects which suggests structural problems with the American political system (which we know is perfect and sacrosanct). Even the Democratic Party, the victims here, are afraid of it. Obama and Clinton appear to believe that the next presidential election will be just another election; it might be fiddled at the margins by what we might call 'ordinary cheating' (as the American football slogan has it: if you ain't cheatin' you ain't tryin') but fundamentally it will be business as usual. How many presidential election campaigns are ...
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... , which will be at the heart of future covert ops, will nominally be headed by CIA director John Deutsch, but day-to-day control will be by DIA's National Military Collection Agency, under the command of Maj. General John A. Leide. Our military leaders Colin Powell Given the widespread disgust with conventional politics (where Clinton and Bush begin to look as alike as Major and Blair), there has been much mumbling about the possibility of a 'third party' in the US. The media's chosen standard bearer last time was the extraterrestrial Texas magnate Ross Perot (the media, liberal and conservative, regularly ignore the sizeable Libertarian Party and the efforts of Jesse ...
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... of evidence in that direction. Waco wake-up I don't always agree with Alexander Cockburn, but this is right on the money: 'The ashes of the murdered Branch Davidians and their children -- all 74 of them - were still glowing as the nation's major news institutions rousingly endorsed the decision of Janet Reno and her boss, Bill Clinton, to give the FBI (and, as it turned out, the Delta Force) the go-ahead for an operation that ensured massacre. Newsweek, we particularly remember, rushed out its cover of Koresh swathed in flames like one of the damned in a mediaeval painting. It was one of the great failures of American journalism ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 15  -  01 Dec 1999  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue38/lob38-06.htm
47. What Price National Security? [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... on the nature of national security, was introduced by John Owen, Director of the Freedom Forum's European Centre. He spoke of continuing threats to erode the First Amendment in the US, particularly recent legislation, [the Intelligence Authorisation Act (IAA)], which would have provided greater powers to prosecute whistle-blowers. Although vetoed by Clinton, it could be revived. In the UK, only a week earlier, the government had thrown out an attempt to prosecute Colonel Nigel Wylde under the Official Secrets Act. Duncan Campbell pointed out that if the IAA law had been passed, a US Colonel Wylde would have faced jail because there was no test of damage in that ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 15  -  01 Dec 2000  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue40/lob40-10.htm
... many of whom actually worked for a living and some of whom were even poor. He hoped to liberate the Labour Party from its links with the trade union movement, which he believed had long outlived its usefulness, and to instead make it the party of the liberal super rich. Labour would be turned into a British version of the Clinton-led Democratic Party, funded by the liberal wing of the ruling class. Brown, however, recognised that even in a neo-liberal world it was still necessary to disguise a Labour government wholly dedicated to the service of big business and the banks as at least having some residual connection with traditional Labour values. After all, ...
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... politics has achieved a much greater purchase on the British scene than most people would think healthy. The US model, to recap, is more concerned with personality than part-sanship. It's all about the freedom conferred by the 'What's right is what works' philosophy as expressed, e.g . by Dick Morris, a former senior Clinton aide who said: 'That's why the centre is so viable, and that's my idea of triangulation: take the best of each and merge them. That's not political immorality, it's an act of political sagacity and a recognition of the notion of Hegelian triangle the thesis, the antithesis, and the synthesis which Hegel posits and which Marx ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 15  -  01 Dec 2002  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue44/lob44-34.htm
50. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... calculated to divert everyone from what the management is up to in recently appropriating, say, $3 .8 billion for SDI than to pit sex against sex, race against race, religion against religion? With everyone up in arms against everyone else, no one will have the time to take arms against the ruinously expensive empire that Mr Clinton and the unattractively named baby boomers have inherited. ' (p . 105) Daniel Brandt had already commented, in his 'An Incorrect Political Memoir', in Lobster 24 in 1992, that:'....by 1991 "Politically Correct" had become a buzzword to describe a phenomenon that was happening on U.S ...
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