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... : Feral House, 2003, $29.95, h/b Simon Matthews Boasting over 1800 footnotes and a magnificent bibliography (including texts published in Turkmenistan) this would be awarded A for Application if such a prize existed in academia. The author, Professor of History at the University of Idaho, appears to be something of an authority on espionage matters. He says that his research changed the way that he looked at the Russian Revolution. Unfortunately he doesn't precisely state how or why. The name Sidney Reilly is still encountered in Sunday papers on a fairly regular basis, in the same way and in a similar category to the Mitfords, Wallis Simpson, Philby and T. ...
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52. Lobster Issue 45: Contents [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... Tittle-tattle The Sewer not the Sewage?: David Mills, Berlusconi and New Labour Re: The Attack on the USS Liberty Demos The View from the Bridge Mobile phones cause cancer, and other modern horror stories Harassment by the state Harassing Robert Henderson Malcolm Kennedy: secrecy ruling The Crux of the Matter Books Baghdad's Spy: A Personal Memoir of Espionage and Intrigue from Iraq to London The Best Democracy Money Can Buy Denis Healey The Road to Jerusalem: Glubb Pasha, Palestine and the Jews Conservative Radicalism: A Sociology of Conservative Party Youth Structures and Libertarianism 1970-1992 The Last Empire: Essays 1992-2001 The Assassinations: Probe Magazine on JFK, MLK, RFK and Malcolm X An Act of State ...
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53. PR, Iraq and 'the allies' [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... advertising/packaging- Marlborough for the 'young country' (USA); Rothmans for the 'imperial' Brits- has been an essential vehicle in selling/branding America/Britain to aspirational and/or new elites. New York shopping-tourism (a barometer of new elites, including cigar-smoking wealthy men/their mistresses, always useful background information for espionage) could also suffer. 2 With all its WTO business, Geneva is enjoying a renaissance and the spooks presumably are again running around all over the place. 3 In an otherwise disappointing script, the Anglo-French spy-spoof 'Johnnie English' is worth seeing for the gleeful swipe at the Americans and double-entendre: 'There are no chinks in our security ...
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54. Lying about Iraq [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... New York: Sheridan Square Publications, 1986). A short summary of Reagan-era disinformation campaigns by Herman is at< http:// www. zmag.org/ZMag/articles/ hermanmay 98.htm>. 49 This was 'blow back' on a grand scale. 50 See James Der Derian, 'Anti-Diplomacy, Intelligence Theory and Surveillance Practice' in Espionage Past, Present, Future? edited by Wesley K. Wark (London: Frank Cass, 1994) pp. 37-8. Der Derian is a post-modernist trying to apply his theories to this field- 'intertextuality' and all that. John Burnes told me the following apposite joke. What do you get if you cross a post-modernist with ...
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55. A note on Arthur Andersen and Co. [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... much of the early research work was done by the Rand Corporation, the world's first think tank, and originally a Cold-War front for USAF intelligence. Initially, they were used in code-breaking. We learned only recently that US intelligence services had broken part of the Soviet codes as early as 1948, thus learning some of the reality of Soviet espionage penetration in the pre-war US. Andersen's official history states that the initial idea for business computing came from one of their employees, Joseph Glickauf- and that he developed the idea and an initial working model himself. Apart from the inherent improbability of a US accounting firm producing a computer genius around the same time another of their staff managed ...
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56. Spook PR [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... not, as the so-called authoritative analysts keep telling us, a 'secular' country. Iraq's governments have described the country as secular because it has always been run by its minority Sunni elite. Its majority Shia population is not a 'secular' one. Corinne Souza's memoir on Iraq and her father's SIS service, The Spy's Daughter: Tales of Espionage from Baghdad to London will be published by Mainstream in March 2003, price £15.99. Notes 1. Even school-children in cafes throughout the Middle East knew that 'something big' was going to happen in September 2001. 2 I am told that on some of these T-shirts, Bin Laden wears a Crown of Thorns i.e. in some ...
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57. Obituaries [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... (c) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 43) Summer 2002 Last| Contents| Next Issue 43 Obituaries Morris Riley, writer on espionage and occasional Lobster contributor,died around 16 June 2001. I never entirely trusted Morris: he gossiped to me about things he should have kept to himself and for the most part I blanked his questions about Lobster and the people I was talking to. Under a pseudonym Morris wrote a couple of prescient articles in the early 1980s about the anti-subversion crowd which had gathered round Brian Crozier and ISC. It is those which should be remembered rather than his uninteresting book about Philby. John McGuffin died in April. I came across McGuffin as the author ...
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58. Kitson revisited [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... 1975, p. 119. 16 For a further discussion see my British Counter-insurgency, op cit. 17 Roger Faligot, British Military Strategy in Ireland: The Kitson Experiment, London 1983. 18 Frank Kitson, Warfare As A Whole, London 1987, pp. 55-57. 19 Bernard Porter, Plots and Paranoia: A History of political espionage in Britain in 1790-1988, London 1989, p. 205. Last| Contents| Next ...
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... in 1958 and moves on. When I came across this I looked at his bibliography: there is no Philip Agee, no L. Fletcher Prouty, no Victor Marchetti, no John Stockwell. He has written a history of the CIA ignoring all the Agency's main defectors and whistle-blowers. Yet in his previous book on this subject, American Espionage: from Secret Service to CIA (London: Collier, Macmillan, 1977) his bibliography contains both Marchetti and Agee and he cites both of them. But that was 1977 and attacking the Agency was tolerated; and he was then a junior academic and now he's a professor. All the way through Jeffreys-Jones' book the question arises ...
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60. Body of Secrets, & Echelon (Book Reviews) [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... be obvious or overt, but will continue nevertheless. Why else would the government feel compelled to publish a new Competition White Paper to combat cartels? And why else would the European Parliament, in defence of the single market, want to hold an inquiry into the United States' (and others') intelligence role in alleged state-sponsored industrial espionage? But much of the evidence unearthed by the European Parliament's Temporary Committee on the ECHELON Interception System and in Bamford's Body Of Secrets suggests that state-gathered intelligence is not used to help private companies gain advantage over competitors. That is to say, the evidence has not been conclusively found. It was hardly to be expected that it would be ...
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