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41. Michael Ledeen again [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... teaching at the John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) centre in Bologna. (Ledeen's old friend Paul Wolfowitz was dean of the SAIS headquarters in Washington before becoming deputy to Donald Rumsfeld at the Pentagon.) Ledeen was the principal source of the 'Billygate' stories that helped undermine the Jimmy Carter White House by suggesting links between Libya and Carter's brother Billy. As we have seen, he was also a key figure in spreading the KGB plot to kill the Pope story soon after Reagan was elected president. Following the US invasion of Grenada in 1983 Ledeen was given the job of assembling and publishing 'documents' from the Caribbean island purporting to justify the US invasion. ...
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... '.....other than recruiting an elite corps of hard-core political activists, the strategy of these "political soldiers" lacked clarity' (p . 36). I disagree.While Copsey half-heartedly describes some 1980s initiatives such as throwing out biological separatism, forging links with Black separatists and ideological sympathy for Libya (p .44), he misses out far more of relevance to today: discussions of technology, Green politics, economic policy, the role of front groups, state repression and, indeed, strategy in the grand sense. It is Griffin's impressive ability to learn from that era, including mistakes made, that marks him out ...
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... rise of the Chinese, Korean and Indian economies is considerable, other countries can match what the US can offer. The CIA could consider selling off its name while its brand recognition, in an ever more crowded market, remains high. Watch out for CIA merchandise! [6 ] US irritations with the Italian government included its links with Libya, and the announcement that Rucco Buttiglione, Italy's Minister for Europe, a senior Christian Democrat and friend of Pope John Paul II had said he was ready to go to Baghdad and testify as a character witness in the trial of Tariq Aziz. [7 ] 'Poachers' usually have the upper hand because people move on pretty quickly when ...
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44. After Iraq: some FCO/SIS issues [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... to make the final jump dreaded by all PRs into other 'associations', such as, for example, recognising that although the government's position is that it does not negotiate with terrorists, it does with some, including financial ones. (15) Spook recruitment These developments have understandably obscured 'good' FCO/SIS work, such as in Libya or, before the American executive derailed the peace process, Palestine. (16) This means that the only view prospective SIS recruits may have at a time when 'good' recruitment has national and international consequence may be determined by a poverty of balanced judgement and an overemphasis of SIS's anti-terrorism role. This could limit SIS's ability ...
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45. Halliburton: Winning the Brown and Root Way [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... what he does come out with reveals his amoral, corporate 'doability' philosophy anything for a buck. This philosophy is most evident in his and Halliburton's dealings with 'rogue' foreign states. As Cheney said, 'The problem is that the good Lord didn't see fit to always put oil and gas resources where there are democratic governments' such as Libya, or Burma for example. (19) In 1986, having launched from a British airfield his bomber raid on Colonel Gadhafi's family, President Reagan described the Libyan despot as a 'unique threat to free peoples', a 'rogue regime that advances its goals through the murder and maiming of innocent civilians'. Sanctions followed, but not ...
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46. Stakeknife & Mad Dog (Book Reviews) [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... killing of republicans for the FRU. Ingram suspects that Nelson never left the British Army (as does Paul Larkin: see below). As well as directing the loyalist killer gangs, the FRU also provided some of their arms, apparently believing that this was the only way to redress the balance of forces after the IRA received arms from Libya. (p . 191) The behaviour of Johnny 'Mad Dog' Adair and his gang goes some of the way to illustrate the claims of those who defend the FRU running Nelson; namely, that in so doing they were saving lives (and, some of the time, killing the 'right' people) by having their man ...
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47. The Crux of the Matter [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... Marmara Petrol ve Rafineri Islem AS (5 %) . ' A Turkish consortium won a bid 'to construct the 46 inch, 160 mile pipeline from Dogubayazit, on the Iranian border, to Erzurum' - to carry Iranian gas. This 'brought criticism from the US for political reasons. The deal also initially appeared to violate the Iran-Libya Sanctions act (ILSA). .. .. However, because Iran will only receive transit fees for moving the gas to Turkey, the United States determined that Turkey was not in violation of the ILSA' (emphasis added). Turkmenistan'....is important to world energy markets because it contains over 100 trillion ...
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48. Spook PR [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... governments to approve of some despots but not others has baffled the Iraqis. 'But is Iraq the only Arab country that is a dictatorship? ' - query of an Iraqi official, quoted in The Guardian, 24 October 2002 exploding the hypocrisy of both governments. The Arab League: The Independent 25 October 2002 said that President Gaddafi had pulled Libya out of the League and was now looking to Africa for some of his strategic alliances. This was interesting for two reasons. Firstly, because it is about time the countries of the North African Mediterranean started to take Africa seriously (which means coming to terms with two-way racism); and for what the Libyan president said ...
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49. Tittle-tattle: New Labour - old Spooks? [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... , Vernon Walters, a former Deputy Director of the CIA, and a man who had a history of showing up before coups, visited the island. In addition to meeting Bavrada, he also met his overthrower, Rabuka. During Bavrada's short spell in office, a bogus 'Libyan scare' campaign suddenly broke out in the Pacific area (Libya in the Pacific?). Rabuka used this to justify his coup. Immediately before the coup, various CIA-linked labour unions turned up in the area; as did the National Endowment for Democracy, which, as Blum notes elsewhere in the book, does overtly what the CIA used to do covertly. The day after the ...
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... reading of the way events were moving: western demand in conjunction with the market power of OPEC and the middle eastern situation made some kind of jolt inevitable. On page 446 Goodwin says: "As early as the spring of 1970 Akins's Fuel and Energy Office put together the implications of reduced reserves of domestic natural gas and the success of Libya in negotiating better terms from the oil companies and began predicting a price for crude at the Persian Gulf of $4 .50 by 1980. Three years later Akins (3 ) warned publicly that OPEC was in an uncommon position for a cartel, since it controlled a product that was virtually irreplaceable in the short run." ' ...
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