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141. Web update [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... shwv/shwvhome.html) CIA - Electronic Document Release Center http://www.foia.ucia.gov/ Includes electronic access to previously released documents: Popular Document Collection (Bay of Pigs reports; Atomic Spies-Rosenbergs; Oleg Penkovsky; Gary Powers; POW/MIA; Guatemala - chronicles CIA involvement in the 1954 coup; Human Rights in Latin America; UFOs). Your Rights - Public Rights of Access to CIA info, including the FOIA and electronic FOIA amendment; the Privacy Act; E.O . 12958 which provides for the review of classified docs and access on a limited basis for historians and former presidential appointees. Legal Issues - info ...
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... of the fifties, were guilty as charged. There are still people on the US Left clinging to the belief that this material is some kind of fake, but that seems profoundly unlikely to me. These books, with their massive documentation, constitute proof. On the other hand, this is also the story of the most spectacular intelligence coup of the twentieth century. In the 1930s, largely using CPUSA members or sympathisers, the Soviet Union built networks such that by the war's beginning it had dozens of people in place to penetrate the US government, the federal bureaucracies and many of the big corporations. This is described in great, even tedious, detail in these books ...
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143. Nothern Ireland redux [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... . ' Well, anything is possible: a full investigation could reveal that Airey Neave was really a woman. But on the basis of what we now know all that could be proved is that Airey Neave received some pretty unexceptional thoughts on the war in Northern Ireland from Colin Wallace. Given the political climate in 1976, the rumours of coups and the campaign against Wilson and other members of the Labour government in the preceding two years; given Wallace's former role as a psy-war officer; and given Neave's role as Thatcher's confidant at the time, this in itself is interesting. But no more than that. The irony of the episode is that unknown to Livingstone, ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  01 Dec 1999  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue38/lob38-07.htm
... might compromise the State Department as he endeavoured to advance the rehabilitation of Europe by economic cooperation and open support of existing governments. ' Nevertheless he 'was obliged to coordinate the open with the covert policy. ' In other words Marshall wanted a covert capability outside of his department but still answerable to his guidance. In the aftermath of the Czech coup (the Czechs having been forced to decline Marshall Aid by the USSR the year before), covert operations were further coordinated with the creation of the Office of Policy Coordination (OPC) by NSC10/2 in June 1948.(23) 10/2's sanctioning of covert political intervention, OPC's plausible deniability and the establishment of unvouchered ...
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145. George Orwell and the IRD [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... this revolution was suppressed, not by Franco, but by the Communists. Much to his surprise, it was the Communists who were restoring bourgeois order behind the Republican lines, dismantling the institutions of popular power and workers control, and repressing the revolutionary left. The moment of realisation occurred in May 1937 in Barcelona when the Communists staged their coup against anarchist control of the city. Up to then Orwell had been determined to transfer from the POUM militia to the Communistcontrolled International Brigades. Now he saw them sacrificing the revolution in the interests of Soviet foreign policy.(6 ) In the aftermath of the May fighting, the POUM was banned and many of its members and supporters ...
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146. JFK: The two Oswalds [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... in International Security Studies' at Yale. It's mainly about the Cuban Missile Crisis, drawing on what are described as declassified KGB and other Soviet intelligence materials. The Nation review was generally favourable, with the exception of references to a chapter entitled 'Dallas and Moscow' -'... according to KGB analysts, an anti-Soviet coup d'etat had in fact occurred, "organized by a circle of reactionary monopolists in league with pro-fascist groups of the US with the object of strengthening the reactionary and aggressive aspects of US policy." It's one thing to convey what ruling circles in the Soviet Union thought about the assassination. But the authors make almost no effort ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 37  -  01 Jun 1999  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue37/lob37-03.htm
... deep, not alone in Father's relationship with his followers, but also in America's relationship with its Negroe citizens. This would be the shame of America' (emphasis added). Jones goes to Cuba In January 1959, Fidel Castro overthrew the Batista dictatorship, and seized power in Cuba. Land reforms followed within a few months of the coup, alienating foreign investors and the rich. By Summer, therefore, Cuba was in the midst of a low-intensity counter-revolution, with sabotage operations mounted from within and outside the country. Within a year of Castro's ascension, by January of 1960, mercenary pilots and anti-Castroites were flying bombing missions against the regime ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 17  -  01 Jun 1999  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue37/lob37-01.htm
... .com in the US and amazon.co.uk here.) Neil allowed the Sunday Times to be used by all manner of spooks to run all manner of disinformation while he was editor and this spiel of his on Chile looks very much like an intelligence briefing - maybe even one of those distributed at the time of the Chile coup when Neil was working for the Economist, a regular outlet for IRD briefings. Tom Spencer MEP, RIP About a month before the political demise of the Conservative MEP and former leader of the Conservative group of MEPs, Tom Spencer, I was asked by a researcher at the European Parliament what I knew about him. 'Not a thing ...
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149. Churchill and Secret Service (Book review) [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... to leak just the incriminating material to the appalling Horatio Bottomley MP, for publication in his patriotic newspaper, John Bull. 'Flirting with treason'At much the same time as he was trying to frame Lansbury for treason, Churchill was himself coming close 'to flirting with treason'. Churchill appeared to endorse Sir Henry Wilson's fantasies about a military coup to overthrow Lloyd George and establish a government committed to a crusade against Bolshevism. While he backed away from Wilson's intrigues, what is significant is that he never squashed them which he was surely bound to do as Secretary of State for War. Stafford has some interesting things to say about Churchill in the late 1930s. He dispels the ...
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... responsibilities to Josselson in autumn 1951, who from then on became the chief organiser in the field. (56) Brown had wanted Fischer to form a more militantly anti-communist organisation, but Josselson's focus on cultural-intellectual matters would now be the dominant theme.(57) Coleman explicitly says that 'it is impossible to separate this coup - at once ideological and pragmatic - from the decision of the US Central Intelligence Agency to assume responsibility for the continuing funding of the Congress. '( 58) And not only the funding. In order to install the Nabokov-Josselson leadership, something had to be done about Lasky, the self-appointed General-Secretary for ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 5  -  01 Dec 1998  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue36/lob36-03.htm
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