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... House. Henry Kissinger was Bush's first choice to chair it, but he quickly stepped down after complaints from victims' families about his suitability and likely conflict of interests. In his place Bush appointed Republican former governor of New Jersey Thomas Kean with Democrat former Congressman Lee Hamilton as his deputy. Hamilton had previously co-chaired the Joint Congressional Inquiry into Iran Contra. The crucial appointment as executive director was Republican academic Philip Zelikow, co-author of a book a few years earlier with his friend and Bush National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice. When victims' families uncovered this and other parts of his history they unsuccessfully sought his resignation. Subsequent to his report's publication in 2004 Zelikow went to work for ...
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... nor the US and France but we have every right to criticise our elected representatives and civil servants for naively accepting what they are told without checking. The war on terror has been both a threat and a gift to Arab allies. It can now identify Islamists automatically with terrorism (not completely absurd given the migration of suicidal techniques from Iran to Palestine and thence to Iraq and to Afghanistan, but still a major analytical leap that is not justified by the facts). Carefully placed warnings derived from torture-derived intelligence, or just downright disinformation, can then put Western security forces into a thorough tizzy. The French role It gets worse. Inside the West, there are the ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 6  -  01 Dec 2006  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue52/lob52-03.htm
113. US involvement in the Fiji coup d'etat [Lobster #14 (Nov 1987)]
... . He attended Military Intelligence Training Center where he was taught techniques of interrogating prisoners of war. Walters stayed with the army for 25 years in a variety of assignments, mostly with Defence Intelligence Agency and retired a General in 1976. 1953 The General admits to being involved in the coup against Mossadegh which resulted in the Shah taking over in Iran. 1960-62 Military attache in Rome, helping CIA distribute funds to right-wing parties. 1964 In Brazil. Described as "lynchpin" in General Branco's bloody coup against Goulart. Branco was a friend of 20 years' standing. 1972-76 While still in the army Walters was deputy director of CIA and helped The Service through Watergate and the Pinochet ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 5  -  01 Nov 1987  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue14/lob14-08.htm
114. PR, Iraq and 'the allies' [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... (17) To survive, Hollywood needs the overseas market; it is only belatedly tackling the power of cultural differences and their effect on global enterprise. 'If you take the main Asian markets- Japan, India, China- and their derivatives- Indonesia, Bangla- desh, Pakistan, the Arab countries, East Africa, Egypt, Iran, Morocco- you have 80% of the world's population.'(18) Much of this audience is aged under 30 and the marketing world believes we have made most of our life decisions on brands by the time we are 35 after which we are resistant to trying something new. The majority of these under-30s do not speak ...
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115. After Iraq: some FCO/SIS issues [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... the EU, September 2004. If it is accepted that Britain and America which is also backing Turkey's EU membership have always wanted to cut Iraq off from its Arab neighbours, it could follow that the British government is working towards the restoration of the Baghdad Pact: i.e. it is seeking to link Iraq's fate to that of Iran, Pakistan and Turkey, all of which are predominantly Muslim but not Arab. If this is the case, it could do well to remember that the Tigris and Euphrates rivers are the warrior sisters of the Nile, not the Indus. 2 As a development, 'DIY' is an alternative 'third way' and natural, albeit inadvertent ...
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116. Beyond 'The Da Vinci Code' [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... by the US Institute of Peace, full of its complement of Deweys, Rostows, Lipsets, Crockers and other masters of the intellectual universe.( [18]) This list will apparently be drawn up and revised on a six monthly cycle. It remains the case (it is said) that regime change [in countries such as Iran] would be brought about 'by opposition groups rather than by direct US military intervention' which is tantamount to recognition that covert political warfare is 'in' and country invasion is 'out'. Post-conflict work will focus on creating the laws and institutions of a 'market democracy' an attractive proposition to those who see the global extension of the ...
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117. The view from the bridge (Summer 2012) [Lobster #63 (Summer 2012) (free)] [Free Issue]
... danger; but this is being used by those behind the drive towards judicial secrecy i.e. the intelligence and security services, who can see a way of covering-up their screw-ups (and their subservience to America) to try and get the legislation through.2 4 Briefly 22 James Kirkup, 'Britain had to plead with US to take part in Iran flotilla', Daily Telegraph 06 Feb 2012. 23 Alan Travis, 'Thatcher went behind cabinet's back with Trident purchase' The Guardian, 30 December 2011. 24 See Martin Beckford, 'Lord Macdonald: Ministers wrong on CIA secret justice fears' in the Telegraph 13 March 2012, and Tim Shipman, 'No need for secret justice say CIA ...
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118. Fifth Column [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... to make serious headway across the Islamic world. The Palestine issue is not going to be solved within the necessary time frame, Iraq is not responding to 'surge' and is likely to see increased intervention by neighbouring powers, Turkey and Pakistan are going through a period of domestic instability and the West is trying to provoke a similar instability in Iran. Meanwhile, the intervention in Somalia has simply dispersed Islamist radicals, increasing Islamism in Eastern Africa and Northern Nigeria. The catalogue could go on. Most truly insurgent groups are small and localised but the mood 'out there' is one of a worthy cause that is managing to do something that has been prayed for by young Arab and ...
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119. Spook PR [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... present government which is keen to attract foreign investment. The Observer 18 August 2002& 1 September 2002. (It may be only a matter of time before the SIS are sued by the victims of SAVAK, the Shah of Iran's evil 'police' whom Britain trained, given the 'benefits' this achieved for British and American companies operating in Iran...) The lawsuit has being filed, coincidentally, simultaneously with one by 'descendants of slaves in the United States' against the US government, as well as Lloyd's of London 'and other leading companies... and claim that these benefited financially from the work of slaves and should repay the profits made...' ...
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... 'a Nuclear Expeditionary Force.... primarily for use against China or Third World targets', which is required because 'Nations with the wealth and ideological fervour to pursue nuclear programs, no matter what the time or cost, are very different' from traditional nuclear powers such as Britain and France. North Korea, Algeria, Libya, Iran and, of course, Iraq fit this bill. To quote: 'They and their terrorist cousins are more likely driven by.... the desire to.... terrorise, blackmail, coerce, or destroy' among other motives. (16) Two years later, the New York Times revealed that staff at US ...
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