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71. Web Update [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... : Further hearings into NSA spying activities are expected to be held by the US Congress' House Govt Reform and Oversight Committee. In connection with these hearings, Duncan Campbell has written a report for Washington-based Electronic Privacy Information Center (see www.epic.org). Europe The European Parliament may soon ratify proposals to modify international law to deal with international communications espionage, and to set up a temporary special Committee of inquiry (opposed by UK govt) to further investigate Echelon. These proposals, known as the Echelon resolution, drafted by Graham Watson MEP, Chairman of the Citizens' Freedoms and Rights, Justice and Home Affairs C'tee, assert that international spying on communications should be identified as a ...
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... to Nigel West's 1981 history of MI5, which Professor Andrew once mocked for the number of howlers it contains. As regards what the book reveals, Mr West is wrong to assert that, excisions notwithstanding, it is 'a comprehensive history' and 'a candid chronology' which reveals 'the grisly truth' about still unexplained failings in operations against Soviet espionage. These supposed failings exist largely in Mr West's imagination and are a hangover from all the tosh written in the 1980s about an undetected 'super-mole' at the top of MI5. Curry's history is actually a tendentious, self-serving and obfuscatory account which glosses over MI5's inherent right-wing bias (presumably in order to mollify the post-war Labour government). ...
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... (c) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 38) Winter 1999 Last| Contents| Next Issue 38 Venona: Decoding Soviet Espionage in America James Earl Haynes and Harvey Klehr, Yale University Press, London and Yale, 1999, £19.95 The Haunted Wood: Soviet espionage in America- the Stalin era Allen Weinstein and Alexander Vassiliev Random House, New York, 1999, $30.00 So now we know: most of what the the Republican right in the US, the Joe McCarthys and Nixons and Hoovers, were saying in the 1950s about the presence in the US of Soviet espionage networks was basically true. In 1943 the US Army began trying to decode the Soviet radio traffic in ...
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... (c) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 38) Winter 1999 Last| Contents| Next Issue 38 The Cyprus Conspiracy: America, Espionage and the Turkish Invasion Brendan O'Malley and Ian Craig I.B. Tauris, London, 1999, £19.95 O'Malley and Craig are two senior British journalists and they have written a very interesting account of the post-WW2 machinations of America and Britain- initially Britain but, post Suez, chiefly America, as senior partner- to keep the people of Cyprus internally divided (Turks against Greeks) and thus incapable of challenging the presence of the British and American military and intelligence bases on the island. Having read nothing about Cyprus for over 20 years- and forgotten ...
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... 'Covert Action' which rang my alarm bell: I didn't remember the CIA ever using such explicit titles for its departments. So I looked up Stansfield Turner's account of these events, in his memoir Secrecy and Democracy (Sidgwick and Jackson, 1986). On pp.193-205 Turner says the following. The CIA cuts were in what he calls 'the espionage branch', otherwise known as the Directorate of Operations. Number of people actually fired was 17 147 were 'forced to retire early'. 'In short, the espionage branch's authorised number of people shrank by 820; all of the reduction except the 147 forced into early retirement and the 17 dismissed was effected by attrition.' It says ...
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76. Lobster Issue 38: Contents [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... Libyans and the death of WPC Yvonne Fletcher Stalin's granny, Christopher Andrew and the Cold War Systemic Corruption, Systemic Solutions New World Disorders: Bilderberg, Trilateral and the European Union Books: Philby: The Hidden Years Transnational Classes and International Relations Oscar Wilde's Last Stand: Decadence, Conspiracy and the First World War The Cyprus Conspiracy: America, Espionage and the Turkish Invasion Inside the Gemstone File Defending the Realm: MI5 and the Shayler Affair Drugging America: a Trojan Horse Venona: Decoding Soviet Espionage in America Who paid the piper? The CIA and the cultural cold war Fascism: Theory and Practice Lost History. Contras, Cocaine, the press and 'Project Truth' Hitler's Priestess: ...
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77. Web update [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... on Strategic Intelligence; Organisations; Related Documents (eg US Govt, Congressional and GAO intelligence reports); journals, articles; historical interest (Bay of Pigs, Cuban Missile Crisis, NSA Venona Prog, Satellite images, CIA reports and briefings); Declassified records (CIA, DIA, State dept, Nat Archives etc); Historical Espionage (eg Venona prog) and SIGINT (eg Bletchley, Enigma); Other historical docs (MI5 and SOE); Ames Affair; debates and controversy (eg CIA as economic spy, budget of the IC, drug smuggling and the CIA). US Military Intelligence Sites http://www.loyola.edu/dept/politics/milintel.html ...
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... Monthly Review Press, New York, 1969. See for instance the neo-conservative criticisms of Robert Maddox, The New Left and the Origins of the Cold War, Princeton University Press, Princeton, 1973, or the post-revisionist work of John Lewis Gaddis. D. Cameron Watt, 'Intelligence and the Historian: A Comment on John Gaddis's 'Intelligence, Espionage, and Cold War Origins', Diplomatic History, Vol.14 No.2, Spring 1990, p.200. This is the line of critique that will be followed here in relation to the latest study on the CIA-CCF story, Frances Stonor Saunders, Who Paid the Piper? The CIA and the Cultural Cold War, Granta, London, 1999. ...
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79. Spooks. Hollis. Tomlinson [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... | Contents| Next Issue 37 Spooks Hollis again What with the opening of the KGB archives and the testimony of Oleg Gordievsky, you might be forgiven for thinking that the question, Was MI5 Director-General Roger Hollis a Soviet spy? had been answered conclusively and resoundingly 'No'. You would be wrong- or so says the doyen of British espionage writers, Chapman Pincher. In a piece in the Western Daily Mail on 4 August 1998, Pincher reported the following. A Mr Einar Sanden, living in Cardiff, has researched the life of a famous Estonian footballer, called Evald Mikson. Mikson, learned Sanden, had worked with the Germans when they invaded Estonia in 1941, ...
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... the German Ambassador to Turkey.(8) This is fresh information and something of a bombshell. Although the first detachment of British volunteers reached Finland on March 11th 1940, the Finns capitulated on March 13th and the volunteers saw no action. This did not discourage either Ramsay or Stokes from fresh efforts. Ramsay concentrated Right Club activities on espionage, assisted by Anna Wolkoff, Tyler Kent and a small social circle.(9) In March 1940 Griffiths tells us that Wolkoff leaked the British/French plans to seize Narvik to William Joyce via the Italian Embassy in London. This is bombshell no. 2.(10) By the end of March Stokes had the support ...
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