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191. Halliburton: Winning the Brown and Root Way [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... billions worth of government contracts and guaranteed loans while Cheney was CEO. (26) In that period their donations to candidates and parties totalled $1 .2 million, as opposed to the $534,750 in the previous five years. In the UK In 1995, Brown and Root's donations of 16,000 a year to the Conservative Party (presumably making them an honoured member of the Party's 'Team One Thousand' initiative for donors of a 1,000 or more) was not the particular cause of Gordon Brown's ire. (27) In his Daily Record column he wrote: 'A leaked memo from Devonport has revealed that when the dockyard is privatised, the main ...
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192. Terrorism, Anti-Semitism and Dissent [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... Reagan's from Hollywood days, Wick was a leading figure in the well-financed and aggressive US public diplomacy programme mentioned earlier that was partly directed against the European Left over the siting of a new generation of nuclear missiles. On his London trips between 1981 and 1983 Wick mainly saw senior staff at the BBC and ITN and supporters of the Conservative government and its officials.(7 ) At the time Dunwoody was a shadow health minister and ostensibly a very minor player in Labour politics, so a meeting with such an important US figure is a little surprising. What might make it less so is her Israeli connection. Much of the US public diplomacy programme was run 20 years ...
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193. Perfidious Albion: an end to deceit [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... global power; to help organise the global economy to benefit Western corporations; and to maximise Britain's (that is, British elites') independent political standing in the world and thus remain a "great power". ' In examining the post-war US sidekick role he is particularly critical of Blair: 'New Labour has surpassed even Thatcherite Conservatives in terms of the joint resort to violence with our favourite ally. There has been no other time in post-war and earlier history that Britain has so regularly conducted military inter-ventions as junior partner to the US, as in the repeated bombing of Iraq and the wars in Yugoslavia and Afghanistan. ' As a vivid example ...
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194. Demos - fashionable ideas and the rule of the few [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... to allow me to play at being an intellectual. It was also genuinely pluralistic, with links to Liberal Democrats, hard-line Thatcherites and the early progenitors of the 'third way' but never traditional socialists or 'nationalists' of any hue. I recall Paddy Ashdown and Vincent Gable at early seminars and there brief flirtations with one or two Conservative neo-liberal intellectuals. Like the early IEA and Adam Smith Institute in its time, it was up for grabs by either main political party for a brief period but the logic was for it to be the intellectual base (alongside more pragmatic organisations such as the Labour Co-ordinating Committee, Renewal, Nexus, Progress and so ...
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195. Historical Notes [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... into action the Lewinsky affair hit the headlines and the US President was left grappling with an extraordinary domestic crisis which went all the way to impeachment. This shattered the domestic political consensus needed for action against Iraq and the UN was able to step in, win concessions from Baghdad and defuse the crisis. Some months later John Bolton, a conservative who was to become head of Arms Control and International Security in George W. Bush's State Department, pointed to 'a very deliberate effort to avoid a confrontation with Iraq' and argued that 'a desire not to have a foreign policy crisis in the middle of the President's Lewinsky testimony' may have been responsible for the change in policy' ...
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... command posts, watchtowers and other assorted redundancies. But who would have thought back in 1962 that the then heavily defended Thor Missiles Main Base at Hemswell, north of Lincoln, would 30 years later have a regional pull as an immensely successful antiques centre? You never know. This book is aimed mainly at professionals in the field archaeologists, conservation officers, and much malinged local authority planners. As such it is scholarly, comprehensive and readable. The book ranges over the military and political background to the Cold War, MAD Mutually Assured Destruction, the United States 'umbrella', early warning and detection systems, ballistic missile attack warning installations, the air defence response, observation and ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  01 Dec 2003  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue46/lob46-39.htm
... terrorism and radical Islam than the extraordinary twist of fate which saw the Carlyle board (including, according to some accounts, Bush Snr. himself) watching the events of 11 September 2001 in the presence of Saudi investors like Shafiq Bin Laden, estranged brother of Osama. In the wake of such events and in line with wider neo-Conservative foreign policy objectives, the Carlyle Group has sought to divest itself of its dependency on the querulous House of Saud in favour of the new 'opportunities' emerging from a now pliable Iraq (thanks, no doubt, to the generous economic 'reforms' introduced under Order 39 which allows for the wholesale auction of Iraqi assets to multinational corporations) ...
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... updates on his trips to South Africa and Rhodesia. In 1966 Chesterton asked del Valle to write an introduction to a proposed American edition of New Unhappy Lords that the Chicago-based right-wing publisher Henry Regnery had agreed to issue. Regnery, however, backed out of the deal at the last minute. Chesterton next approached another American conservative publisher, Devin Adair, but it too rejected the book. (24) At Chesterton's request, del Valle searched for yet another American publisher. Through Josephine Beaty, the DAC Vice President and widow of Iron Curtain over America author John Beaty, del Valle found OMNI Press/Christian Book Club located in Hawthorne, California. ( ...
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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 45) Summer 2003 Last | Contents | Next Issue 45 Conservative Radicalism: A Sociology of Conservative Party Youth Structures and Libertarianism 1970-1992 Timothy Evans Oxford and Providence (USA): Berghahn Books, 1996, 10, h/b Why review a book published in 1996? Well, I received this recently, assumed it was current and didn't notice the publication date until I began to write this. In the early 1980s it began to dawn on people on the left of British politics - including this writer - that the Conservative Party was in the control of people about whom, and about ...
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200. Demos [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... The board includes: Princess Anne, Lords Brittan, Carr, Hunt and Merlyn-Rees, Sir Geoffrey Mulcahy (Kingfisher plc), Michael Hastings (BBC), Nathaniel Sloane (Accenture), Matt Baggott (Deputy Chief Constable, West Midlands Police), Liz Wicksteed (Home Office) and Sir Stanley Kalms (Treasurer of the Conservative Party). (7 ) Demos brought over several free-market ideologues including Philip Bobbitt (LBJ's nephew). He was Reagan's legal counsel from 1980-81, on the Select Committee/cover-up on Iran/Contra and Director for Intelligence at the NSC 1997-98. Demos also advertised an April meeting with George ...
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