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61. Michael Ledeen again [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... chief in Turkey, and Ledeen, who at the time worked as a consultant for senior Reagan administration member Alexander Haig. The Pope is now dead but Ledeen is still very much alive, propagandising for years with his old pal Richard Perle from their base at the American Enterprise Institute for a war on Iraq and now for similar intervention in Iran and Syria. Ledeen was a regular contributor on terrorism and the defence of Ariel Sharon's Israel in The Daily Telegraph and The Spectator when Conrad Black was owner. In the April 3 2005 radio interview with Los Angeles public radio KPFK, Vincent Cannistraro, the former CIA head of counterterrorism and intelligence director at the National Security Council under President ...
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62. 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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63. Paranoia is what the other guy has [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... 1950s it was widely accepted in the American media that the drugs trade was driven by a conspiracy between Chinese communists 6 and organised crime sometimes in the form of left-wing trade unions 7 in the United States. At the time Chinese nationalists and the South Vietnamese establishment were producing much of America's heroin. The other main heroin producer, Iran, was also an American ally. 8 In later years Cuba and then Nicaragua were both described as prime movers in the Caribbean cocaine trade when it is obvious now, and was fairly clear then, that Cuban and Nicaraguan exiles were far more important in this trade. These errors were not innocent misunderstandings. The close links between the ...
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64. 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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65. Enduring Freedom [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... the Middle East and the wider Islamic world's money traffic is done through hawala money brokers a thought apparently impenetrable to CIA spooks holed up in the embassy with a laptop and a scotch. In a quick overview of the relations between the US and other ex-enemies, (now comrades-in-arms), we get a glance at Yemen, Sudan, Iran, North Korea and Pakistan. If there's a criticism of this book it is too broad and too thin, constantly throwing up nuggets of detail that cry out for more in-depth coverage. Technologies of Surveillance 'One of the first things we noticed when we got on the Internet was that it's one of the most fabulous surveillance systems ever invented ...
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66. Halliburton: Winning the Brown and Root Way [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... and pillage, according to the human rights group Earthrights International. Earthrights list other dubious projects carried out by Halliburton: in Azerbaijan, where sanctions were imposed because of ethnic cleansing; in Indonesia, where 'Kellogg Brown and Root (Halliburton's engineering division) [used] collusive, corruptive and nepotistic practices with former president Suharto's family'; in Iran Cheney lobbied against the Iran-Libya Sanctions Act, which even when it was in place didn't stop Halliburton contracts there; Iraq since the war, Halliburton has helped to reconstruct Iraq's oil industry, more than once (more about that below); in Nigeria Halliburton was accused of 'complicity in the shooting of a protester by Nigeria's ...
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67. Terrorism, Anti-Semitism and Dissent [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... spreading it. For example, the former chief of Israeli military intelligence, General Shlomo Gazit, revealed that Arab terrorists participated in 50 different military schools and courses in the Soviet bloc, some 40 in the Soviet Union itself. The conference predicted also the rise of terrorist states, emphasising the importance of the then newly established Islamic republic of Iran.' 'Many observers," writes Netanyahu, 'believed the Jerusalem conference was a turning point in the understanding point in the understanding of international terrorism....But what was still lacking was a coherent and unified international response...To advocate such a unified policy and to suggest what it might consist of was the principal objective of the Jonathan's ...
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68. Historical Notes [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... And there was no grand assault, just some bombing of suspicious sites by American and British planes at the end of the year. What do these events tell us? First, that there was never any link between Iraq and al-Qaeda. The US conflict with radical Islam goes back not to 2001 but to 1979, when the Shah of Iran was toppled. His fall was a huge setback for Washington's ability to project its own influence and power throughout Near and Middle East. But Iran's replacement as a strategic ally by Iraq would reverse this defeat and provide Washington with the kind of regional influence it lost with the fall of the Shah. This would guarantee access to plentiful supplies ...
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69. United States foreign policy [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... of some 20 sovereign nations. Working to crush more than 30 populist movements which were fighting against dictatorial regimes. Providing indispensable support to a small army of brutal dictatorships: Mobutu of Zaire, Pinochet of Chile, Duvalier of Haiti, Somoza of Nicaragua, the Greek junta, Marcos of the Philippines, Rhee of Korea, the Shah of Iran, 40 years of military dictators in Guatemala, Suharto of Indonesia, Hussein of Iraq, the Brazilian junta, Trujillo of the Dominican Republic, the Taliban of Afghanistan, and others. Dropping powerful bombs on the people of about 25 countries, including 40 consecutive days and nights in Iraq, 78 days and nights in Yugoslavia, and ...
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70. The Crux of the Matter [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... oil and gas. An even more pertinent source of information concerning the subject of this article is the April 2000 report by the Senior Fellow for Strategic Assessment in the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Professor Anthony H. Cordesma. (1) This report summarised analyses of energy developments in Central Asia, the Caspian and Iran provided by the Energy Information Agency (EIA) of the US Department of Energy (DOE). Cordesman had previously been a director of policy and planning in the DOE (indeed, he had held many other prestigious positions within the US Administration). At this point it should be noted that all following quotes are taken from the ...
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