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51. House of Bush, House of Saud (Book Review) [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... on what crooks and liars these House of Nixon remnants are. But where is the offensive material, likely to provoke a lawsuit in the UK? It doesn't seem very obvious. The only individual libelled in the book (as far as I can tell) is Saleh Idriss, the owner of the Sudanese asprin factory destroyed by Clinton's cruise missiles in the midst of Monicagate. Unger is desperate to exonerate Clinton, and accuses Idriss of being a terrorist. But so did Clinton and much of the US and UK media at the time. Is 'Prince Achmed Bin Salman Bin Abdul Aziz, well known .. . in publishing circles in London' the likely litigant? Not really ...
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52. Historical Notes [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... of separate dealings with the Soviet Union and protectionist measures against US trade: it would damage the long-term US projects to contain the USSR and make the world safe for liberal capitalism. The Americans offered West Germany the latest and best high-tech weaponry. This did not include nuclear arms but it did extend to nuclear-capable missile systems such as Pershing, Nike and Sergeant. It was a deal which was good for the US balance of payments and defence industry while rearming West Germany within the framework of the post-war western alliance. Any chance that West Germany might take an 'independent' road with France was finally wrecked by the construction of the Berlin Wall ...
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53. Terrorism, Anti-Semitism and Dissent [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... Ledeen and the role of several other leading Jonathan Institute figures in Iran-Contra and the 'public diplomacy' programme that ran alongside it during the Reagan years. Part of that White House programme, as I have indicated in Lobster 31 et seq, was directed against the British Left in its 1980s campaigning against the siting of Cruise and Pershing missiles in Western Europe. Ledeen was likewise part of the Neocon network that formed the Congressionally-funded National Endowment for Democracy in 1983. 3 Landis describes Ledeen's disinformation themes in the few years between the first Jonathan conference and his involvement in Iran-Contra as follows: 'The notion that the CIA was destroyed under Carter; that there was ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 11  -  01 Jun 2004  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue47/lob47-03.htm
... are as culturally significant to the history of both Western and Eastern Europe as the perhaps more aesthetically pleasing medieval castles that still pervade this continent centuries later; and which are now revered, looked after and recycled as major tourist attractions. We are, of course, unlikely to see that happen to this collection of control towers, runways, missile pads, command posts, watchtowers and other assorted redundancies. But who would have thought back in 1962 that the then heavily defended Thor Missiles Main Base at Hemswell, north of Lincoln, would 30 years later have a regional pull as an immensely successful antiques centre? You never know. This book is aimed mainly at professionals in the ...
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55. Perfidious Albion: an end to deceit [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... favourite ally. There has been no other time in post-war and earlier history that Britain has so regularly conducted military inter-ventions as junior partner to the US, as in the repeated bombing of Iraq and the wars in Yugoslavia and Afghanistan. ' As a vivid example, Curtis reminds us of Blair's support for the 1998 US missile attack on the Al Shifa plant in Sudan where 90 per cent of that very poor country's pharmaceuticals were made. In words to be almost exactly echoed five years later in support of the attack on Iraq, the British Prime Minister said: 'Our ally, the United States, said at the time of the strike against Al Shifa that ...
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56. Bean counters and empire [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... in public consciousness for some years. It was sent up remorselessly as a typically blimpish episode by the Goons in 'The Nasty Affair at the Buraimi Oasis', broadcast on the Home Service on 4 October 1956, during bizarrely the build-up to Suez. 3 The White Paper argued that future wars would be decided by nuclear weapons and missiles. 4 These interpretations of Healey's/the Treasury's policy can be found in Alan Sked and Chris Cook, Post War Britain A Political History (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1979). Last | Contents | Next ...
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57. Historical Notes [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... action against Saddam. Meanwhile military preparations were made on both sides of the Atlantic. By February 1998 there was a powerful US task force stationed in the region, comprising two aircraft carriers (the Nimitz and the George Washington, each with 50 warplanes), 'at least a half-dozen Navy vessels equipped with precision-guided Tomahawk cruise missiles', 24,500 ground troops, and 174 Air Force warplanes including Stealth bombers and B1s. The Americans were supported by a sizeable British presence which included the aircraft carrier the Invincible, 50 Tornado ground-attack planes and special forces.(1 ) The robust Anglo-American position was not shared by others: there was ...
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58. Advertising, Iraq and espionage [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... at the level that the target audience perceives them. Meantime it rewarded the memory of dead MICE by signing-up Saddam Hussein's hated, secret police. According to US logic, all the local agents in Iraq it is desperate to recruit but cannot are MICE; the brave agent executed by Saddam Hussein in April this year for guiding US missiles to a restaurant, in which attack innocent civilians were killed, was also one; (10) as was the magnificent Shia cleric Abd al Majid Khu'i, also murdered in Iraq. British attitude to Agents Agents are equally despised in Britain. (11) The most recent, high-profile stereotypical attack was made by former Ambassador ...
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... 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 other way of looking at it, the Cuban Missile Crisis had demonstrated that the Cold War had become so dangerous it had to be managed; and detente was that management. Detente had two major American lobbies against it. The military-indust-rial complex and the Republican right (often the same people, of course) didn't want it because management implied reduction, which had implications ...
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60. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... subsidised EU food imports. This creates massive social disruption and unemployment. In addition, they must spend at least 2% of their GDP on defence, preferably on arms made in the US. Consequently, a small country like Lithuania, whose economy has collapsed so catastrophically, has just announced the purchase of $34 million worth of Stinger missiles, made by the Raytheon Corporation of Tucson, Arizona. When Tanzania announced it was spending $40 million on a new civilian air traffic control system, there was an outcry; but Lithu-ania, whose official GDP is not much larger than Tanzania's, will have to spend $240m on arms every year as the price for ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 14  -  01 Jun 2003  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue45/lob45-24.htm
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