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301. JFK: Oswald? Which one? [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... , 1963. ' (13) To this we might add Stephen Birmingham's discovery that JFK wanted a joint space exploration programme with the Soviets. Birmingham not the American writer of that name has been researching Kennedy and the space programme. He has written: 'John F. Kennedy's lasting desire regarding the manned lunar landing program is recorded in National Security Action Memoranda 271 (a document kept secret for almost twenty years) in which he boldly called for the development of a program of substantial co-operation with the Soviet Union in matters relating to outer space, including collaboration in lunar landing programs; which he authorised and signed on November 12, 1963 ten days before his dreadful assassination ...
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302. The view from the Bridge [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... left the Royal Marines and joined the Foreign Office. 'He was posted to the British Mission to the United Nations in Geneva where he was responsible for Britain's relations with a number of United Nations organisations and took part in the negotiation of several international treaties and agreements between 1974 and 1976. He was also involved in some aspects of the European Security Conference (the Helsinki Conference). ' <http://ue.eu.int/pesc/envoye/cv/Ashdown/Ashdown.htm> 2 <http://politics.guardian.co.uk/profiles/ story/0 ,9396,459350,00.html> 3 <www. ...
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303. The CIA and 'The Paris Review' [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... the training grounds for the mujahadeen, armed and trained there to throw the Soviets out of Afghanistan. One of the people arming and training the Afghan fighters was Osama bin Laden. While Plimpton served as editor of The Paris Review, he was an agent of influence for the CIA, according to a former ambassador who served on the National Security Council. That is, he was not an intelligence officer as Matthiessen was, but one of the many journalists who were paid sub rosa to penetrate the media to influence policy. By deciding who would and who would not be published by The Paris Review, he had power in the culture and the ability, through the interviews of ...
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304. Inside the UDA (Book Review) [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... are at least serious about politics, could be quickly upstaged by drug-dealing Fascists and open gangsters like Johnny Adair and some of his former allies, who are still involved in squalid, sectarian thuggery in Belfast. Inevitably, general interest in Craw-ford's book will centre on its treatment of collusion between the Loyalist para-militaries and security forces, but as an ethnographer who studies terrorists as 'ordinary people driven beyond normal boundaries', Crawford is more concerned with the culture of collusion than with the detail of investigation. Without a class perspective he also lacks the scepticism of a journalist of the calibre of Henry McDonald, in his excellent book, (with John Cusack, ...
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305. Terrorism, Anti-Semitism and Dissent [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... Petain pale in comparison with the rhetorical devotion with which certain congressmen have bathed the Israel of Ariel Sharon. ' After detailing several examples of the way the Israeli lobby operates, including preventing an investigation over the Israeli 'arts students' saga, he concludes: 'Israel's strategy of using its influence on the American political system to turn the US national security apparatus into its own personal attack dog or Golem has alienated the United States from much of the Third World, has worsened US ties to Europe among rancorous insinuations of anti-Semitism, and makes the United States a hated bully. ' Sutherland quotes the words of EU commissioner Chris Patten in The Washington Post: 'A senior Democratic senator ...
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306. Pretexts [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... Tonkin Gulf incident to the Arabian Gulf in 2003, little seems to have changed in the United States' approach to starting war. Ellsberg's account of secret White House activity in the wake of the Tonkin incident shows how initial ineptitude was turned into cynical manipulation to create the pretext for ramping up military activity in Vietnam. The key component in securing the future of any military campaign would be to convince Congress that this had to be done. The first 'torpedo attack' by the North Vietnamese on the USS Maddox took place on 2 August 1964, with a second alleged attack two days later. But after reports came in to Washington of the second attack and as confirmation was sought ...
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307. Historical Notes [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 46) Winter 2003 Last | Contents | Next Issue 46 Historical Notes Scott Newton Back to the future: the USA, the UK and Iraq The US threatens to attack Iraq and is backed by the UK. There are objections in the UN Security Council from Russia and France. A large task force is assembled. Guess what happens next? Not a lot. There is a diplomatic crisis temporarily resolved after the intervention of UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan and no invasion takes place because this is 1998 not 2003. In all the ferment about the second Gulf war there was hardly any reference to ...
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... experienced. In addition the police refused to respond or investigate when he and his family were subjected to serious harassment including theft, criminal damage and threats of violence by a stalker. Authorities must be held accountable 'The key to improving our justice system is accountability, ' said McMahon. 'As long as the police and the Crown Prosecution Service are secure in the knowledge that they are unlikely to be held accountable for malpractice it will continue. ' In conclusion, McMahon said: 'Victimisation and harassment against the miscarriage of justice fraternity is a serious matter and must be taken seriously. It often involves criminal activity by the authorities, and they must be held accountable. ' Don Hale, ...
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309. Re: [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... on stream is Quantum Leap, a 'data-mining program' that allows an analyst'...to get quick access to all the information available classified and unclassified about virtually anyone'. Meanwhile, Kevin J. Lawner ruminates on the impact that the Echelon interception system might have on the right to privacy, concluding that the National Security Agency's'...... surveillance activities in Europe must be subject to rigorous oversight, and guarantees must be provided to safeguard against abuse'. Alan A. Block, 'The National Intelligence Service murder and mayhem: a historical document', Crime, Law and Social Change, 38 (2 ) (September 2002) ...
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... failed to take Shayler's information on board and swore allegiance to the sanctity and virtue of our secret servants. (But privately, who knows?) Even Robin Cook, then Foreign Secretary, felt obliged to parrot the line written for him by civil servants on the subject. Another source for some of this information is bureaucratic infighting among British security and intelligence agencies for budget share and status. This used to be kept within Whitehall but is now conducted in part in the media.(2 ) Like a barium enema, a whistle-blower like Shayler illuminates the nether regions. The fact that the Intelligence and Security Committee of the House of Commons has never taken written or ...
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