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361. Historical Notes [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... Labour Party and even among those who were supporters of the special relationship. Robin Cook, a former Foreign Secretary, resigned from the Cabinet. Jack Straw, the incumbent in 2003, advised Blair against providing anything more than moral support for the US invasion. (9 ) There was no enthusiasm in the Foreign Office and the defence, intelligence and security establishments were divided.(10) Reasons for the depth of opposition included distrust of the ambitions of the George W. Bush administration, anxiety about isolation from allies in the EU, fear of terrorist reprisals at home, and a well-founded disbelief that Iraq was anywhere near as threatening as Blair claimed. Yet the ...
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362. Lying about Iraq [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... my colleagues' attention to the fine paper that the United Kingdom distributed...... which describes in exquisite detail Iraqi deception activities. ' This was the now famous 'plagiarised report', 'Iraq, its infrastructure of concealment, deception and intimidation', comprised of material taken from the Middle East Review of International Affairs and Jane's Intelligence Review, without acknowledgement, reproduced with their original errors but rewritten in places to make it seem more impressive. (4 ) This was business as usual for the Campbell unit. As I reported in Lobster 43, the CIC's attempts to spin the invasion of Afghanistan came unstuck. On 24 March 2002, in 'Story of find in ...
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... . Despite his connections and apparent similarities to many of the key migr s from Tsarist Russia, he had no qualms about providing information on anarchist and socialist groups to the authorities provided he could earn a living or clinch a deal in exchange. By 1904-1905, in the Far East, he was simultaneously wheeling and dealing with the intelligence services of Russia, Japan, Britain, France and the USA. In due course his abilities and official connections in various countries made him a natural for the international arms trade. Between 1914 and 1918 Reilly profiteered massively, earning huge commissions from all sides in the war and adding Germany to his list of client nations. After 1918 ...
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364. Malcolm Kennedy: secrecy ruling [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 45) Summer 2003 Last | Contents | Next Issue 45 Malcolm Kennedy: secrecy ruling Jane Affleck Abstract The Tribunal established to investigate complaints about phone-tapping and the activities of the intelligence agencies has, at its first ever public hearing, quashed rules made by the Home Secretary forcing the tribunal to hold all its hearings in secret. However, the Tribunal procedure remains too secret, and its decisions cannot be appealed. Malcolm Kennedy's complaint of interference with his telecommunications is one of those proceeding before the Tribunal. In a new development that could, in theory, ultimately lead to the safety of his ...
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365. PR, Iraq and 'the allies' [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... magazine.co.uk (Issue 45) Summer 2003 Last | Contents | Next Issue 45 PR, Iraq and 'the allies'Corinne Souza The American boomerang In America, Mayor Bloomberg has banned smoking in public places, especially in restaurants, inadvertently turning New York into an unlikely but almost spook-free zone. (1 ) American intelligence officers may not smoke, but some of their overseas contacts will. If meeting in the West, they will prefer to do so in London; or, if London goes the same way as New York, Geneva. (2 ) Mayor Bloomberg may wish to set the world an example but this could boomerang. There are quite ...
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366. Demos [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... ), 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 Soros. Sir Douglas Hague Institute for Economic Affairs (IEA) and Centre for Policy Studies (CPS) adviser to Thatcher with the 1981 Policy Unit with Cecil Parkinson, Norman Lamont, Alan Walters and Nigel Lawson which provided the basis for Conservative strategy until ...
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... | Next Issue 45 Killing Detente: the Right Attacks the CIA Anne Hessing Cahn Penn State University Press, 1998, $19.95, p/b The 'Team B' episode of 1976/7 , the subject of this book, which saw a group of the CIA's critics on the right being given access to the Agency's raw intelligence data, was one of the key moments in the counter-attack against detente with the Soviet Union in the 1970s. With the collapse of the Soviet empire, it is easy to regard what went before the second Cold War as at best irrelevant and at worst, in the right's version, as a terrible mistake. In the ...
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368. The Man from the FRU [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... sources, this line was also run by John Ware, the journalist who has been given much of this information in the past couple of years. In 'Exposing the dirty war' (The Sunday Times Review, 13 April 2003) just before Stevens' publication, Ware wrote of:'.....a group of shadowy intelligence operatives who believed they were accountable to nobody' (emphases added). And in case we hadn't got the message, Liam Clarke told us in The Sunday Times that the man who had been in charge of the FRU, Brigadier Gordon Kerr, 'sent agents on rogue spying missions against the Russians after the fall of the Berlin Wall ...
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369. Re: [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... (September 2002). Also available in full at < http://www.historycooperative.org/journals/ jah/89.2 / >. Spooks Richard L. Russell, an academic based at the Near East-South Asia Center for Strategic Studies, the National Defense University, examines the strengths and weaknesses of American intelligence during the first Gulf War. As you would expect from someone who worked for the CIA (he was a political-military analyst specialising in Middle East and European affairs), Russell believes that the CIA's intelligence was more accurate than that of the defence establishment. Richard L. Russell ' CIA's strategic intelligence in Iraq', Political ...
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370. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... wise, though their ranks have thinned due to unwise (sic) tech-stock investing. They pay close heed to politics, though most would be happy if the global political system behaved far more rationally - better for the bottom line. They work very hard, attending sessions from dawn to nearly midnight, but expect the standards of intelligence and analysis to be the best available in the entire world. They are impatient. They have a hard time reconciling long term issues (global warming, AIDS pandemic, resource scarcity) with their daily bottom-line foci. They are comfortable working across languages, cultures and gender, though white caucasian males still outnumber all other categories ...
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