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231. Spy Wars, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... – in this country Tom Mangold's Cold Warrior – and accounts of the damaging effects of Angleton's paranoia on the Agency's attempts to understand the Soviet Union.(5 ) In this briefing war the anti-Angleton forces won and the consensus formed that Angleton was a nutter who did terrible damage to the CIA and, by extension, to allied intelligence agencies such as MI5 and MI6.(6 ) This anti-Angleton consensus is challenged by his former ally Begley, who reanalyses the Nosenko affair and tries to show the reader that their – counterintelligence's – view that Nosenko had been sent to disinform them and so conceal the identity of the KGB's real mole inside the CIA, was ...
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232. Fifth Column [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... country but at a complex of ethnic and faith-based alliances that extended across the border to Pakistan's North West Province and included Central Asian elements. The Pakistani zone (Waziristan), in its turn, was not merely Islamist and tribal but it had relationships that spread back to the major cities of Pakistan and even into its military and intelligence services. Western operations in West Asia have to deal with a world beyond Afghanistan that encompasses Pakistan, Iran and Central Asia – as well as India with its massive Muslim population that sometimes chafes under the even more massive presence of aggressive Hindu nationalism. Russia, China, India and the superpower US are all as engaged in the local ...
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233. New Labour news [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... menial, old Labour, manufacturing kind of vibes – not at all suggestive of the financial services or the Knowledge Economy so beloved of Numbers 10 and 11 Downing Street. John Hutton is one of the group of New Labour people making their way in government. Hutton was one of the Blairite 'bright sparks' of the past few years – intelligent, reasonable looking, good on TV, with no ideological baggage to worry about. For a little while there he was being tentatively floated as a possible 'stop Gordon' candidate by the Blairite grouping. Now, I confess: I hadn't even noticed the formation of the Ministry of Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform. Suitably chastened I ...
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234. Legacy of Ashes, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... the NYT's writers to produce a critical study of the CIA is unprecedented to my knowledge, and tells us much about the diminished status of the Agency. Of course it isn't the history of the Agency, merely a history. Huge areas of the Agency's activities have been ignored, as Jeffrey Richelson, one of the best informed historians of intelligence points out.(7 ) Richelson's complaint is that the author has concentrated too much on the Agency's covert operations. This is clearly true if we are to take the book's title seriously. From the other side of the political divide Bill Blum, author of the best single volume history of those covert activities, commented(8 ) ...
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235. Lobster Issue 54: Contents [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... Re: , Terry Hanstock Beware the proven lawyer! , Anthony Frewin The view from the bridge , Robin Ramsay Di's death: some problems with the Paget Report , Garrick Alder The rise of warfare capitalism , Roger Cottrell Hacks, poll and PR , Tom Easton Books reviewed Clive Bloom, Terror Within David Bankier (ed.), Secret Intelligence and the Holocaust Richard Breitman et al, US Intelligence and the Nazis Charles Glass, The Northern Front David Talbot, Brothers: The hidden history of the Kennedy years Tennent H. Begley, Spy Wars Thom Burnett and Alex Games, Who Really Runs the World? Mick Farren and John Gibb, Who's Watching You? Tim Weiner, ...
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236. Brands and Britannia [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... is an excuse for those who ought to be corporate British patriots to get away with licensed treason. The British Airports Authority (BAA) was an identity. It should not have been sold to Spaniards who have no national interest in promoting London's Heathrow as a gateway to Britain. See Private Eye 27 September 2007. It is possible the intelligence reform highlighted by Nick Clegg MP has been stood down. He was quoted in The Times 11 September 2007 with a plan 'which would mean a combined anti-terrorism intelligence force, answerable to the Home Secretary, freeing SIS to continue with its core functions, answerable to the Foreign Secretary'. This would avoid a 'wholesale take- ...
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237. The rise of warfare capitalism [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... rendition' and of treating unconvicted suspects as 'unlawful combatants' at the US concentration camp at Guantanemo Bay. This, I recognised from the outset, was the best possible recruiting sergeant for al-Qaeda. Where Naomi Klein has gone one stage further is in grasping how the drum-beat of still further wars is being fueled by poor intelligence derived from 'interrogations' (i .e . torture) carried out by private intelligence consultants in privately run torture centres outside the US. This complements the cherry-picking of the best building contracts in Iraq by American companies and the fact that the number of private security personnel in Iraq now outnumbers serving British soldiers three to one. ...
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238. Coach into pumpkin: some problems with Paget [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... with Fayed's claim that: 'An assertion by the security services that they have no involvement in illegal activities such as assassinations is not credible [as] confirmed by the report of an inquiry carried out by Sir John Stevens......... ' You or I might take this as a claim that Britain's security and intelligence institutions have been involved in assassinations (the attempts to get Nasser or Lumumba spring to mind). Paget's reply to Fayed's assertion is: 'It is important to note in the Stevens (Northern Ireland) Report that the term "agents" is used to refer to informants or sources and not "agents" as it is sometimes colloquially ...
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239. Re: [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... down with all guns blazing when suspended from the House of Commons on 23 July. In the course of a lengthy series of accusations and counter accusations, Galloway accused Rother Valley MP Kevin Barron of 'the setting up and smearing of Arthur Scargill.....When Tam Dalyell and I were trying to expose Roger Windsor, the British intelligence agent in Arthur Scargill's office during the attempt to smear him, the right hon. Member for Rother Valley was [Robert] Maxwell's man..... ' (15) Barron denied ever being 'some sort of emissary of Robert Maxwell. I met Robert Maxwell on two occasions, when I was Parliamentary Private Secretary to the ...
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240. The History of Espionage, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 54) Winter 2007/8 Last | Contents | Next Issue 54 The History of Espionage The clandestine world of surveillance, spying and intelligence from ancient times to the post 9/11 world Ernest Volkman London: Carlton, 2007, h/b , £20 This is a lavishly and creatively illustrated, large format, (i .e . slightly bigger than A4) glossy paper, coffee-table book on the history of espionage. A former journalist with Newsday, and author of many previous books on spying, Volkman knows the subject and his text is well written. Since the author ...
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