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391. Neural Manipulation by Remote Radar [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... Medici, R.J ., and Adey, W.R ., Effects of Modulated VHF fields on specific brain rhythms in cats', in Brain Research, Vol. 58, 1973, pp. 365-384. Microwave US-USSR, Vol. VI, July-December 1976, p. 4, Office of Security, US Department of State. Jaski, Tom and Susskind, Charles, Electromagnetic radiation as a tool in the life sciences', in Science, vol. 133, no. 3451, 1961, pp. 443-447 Ibid Ibid Edson, Lee, The psyche and the surgeon' in New York Times Magazine, September 30 ...
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392. Historical Notes [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... (6 ) But South Africa's value to Britain was not only economic. Home regarded it as as a pivotal point in the defence of the South Atlantic and Indian oceans' (7 ) - which was why he had set up the Simonstown Agreement. Arms exports were good for the balance of payments and domestic employment; and guaranteed the security of the sea lanes around the Cape. The Wilson governments of 1964-70 had inherited the agreement from the Conservatives but had never been happy about it and by the time Labour left office exports of arms to South Africa had stopped. When the Tories returned, however, their first instinct was to resume the practice. And indeed ...
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393. United States foreign policy [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... , had not played an essential role in the overthrow of a secular and fairly progressive government, which allowed women much more freedom than they'll ever have under the current government. The problem, then as now, is that the consequences for the people of Afghanistan have been a matter of imperial indifference. On Washington's agenda in this case are secure oil and gas pipelines, military bases, and, if and when security can be instituted, the forces of globalisation will march in. Meanwhile in Iraq, what the US bombing, invasion and occupation have brought to the people there is every bit as appalling. This is William Blum's opening statement at a debate on American foreign policy ...
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394. Atlantic Crossings [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... , Douglas Jay, William Rodgers, and Mary Benson of the Africa Bureau.(21) It is easy at this distance to be indignant about Labour politicians hobnobbing with the CIA. But in 1955, say, when Saul Rose left his job as Labour's International Secretary, the media simply did not discuss the Anglo-American intelligence and security services. There were Americans with money scattered about the higher reaches of the Labour movement in Britain; but Americans with money had been scattered about Britain since the war years, they had been Britain's allies only a few years before, they were anti-Stalinist - and some of them, the labour officers in one guise or another ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 24  -  01 Jun 1996  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/caucus/lobcc-05.htm
... ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 44) Winter 2002 Last | Contents | Next Issue 44 Spinning the European Union: pro-European propaganda campaigns in the British media Andy Mullen See note (1 ) This article explores the three pro-European Union propaganda campaigns mounted to date: in 1962-63 to secure public support following Britain's first application to join the EU; in 1970-71 to prepare the public for accession; and in 1974-75 to ensure continued EU membership in the 1975 Referendum. For simplicity, the term European Union (EU), rather than Common Market, European Economic Community (EEC), or European Community ...
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396. Harassing Robert Henderson [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... Use of the DPA has also resulted (after years of trying) in confirmation from MI5 that they have had a file on me since 1997. The Data Protection Tribunal (DPT)I made a subject access request to MI5 under the 1998 DPA act when it became live' in 2000. I received a reply which took the regulation Security Service We can neither confirm nor deny' line. This appeared to be in direct contradiction of the 1998 DPA and the Human Rights Act (HRA). Accordingly I appealed to the DPT (now the Information Tribunal), challenging MI5's right to neither confirm nor deny whether any data was held. (Under the DPA MI5 have ...
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... analysts in DoD intelligence agencies should routinely monitor internet traffic related to their responsibilities. DoD intelligence agencies should investigate the role of the internet in helping co-ordinate the operations of political activists and paramilitary groups in regions of interest. An early warning capability should be established that uses internet messages to help identify developing situations overseas that could lead to security threats. Officials planning and conducting DoD civil affairs programs overseas should be informed about any activists working in their vicinity who use the internet. The DoD should continue to monitor the evolution of the internet and its role in national security. The internet should be incorporated in Psyops planning as an additional medium. Means of employing the internet offensively ...
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398. Brands and Britannia [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... the most unlikely places, including British spooks. Reasons include: dilution of the espionage profile – even the McLaren Formula One team appear to be at it;(5 ) believing media-friendly populism to be the same as authenticity; and losing control of the populism so it is mistaken for it, including in some testosterone-driven security studies courses in universities. The overriding blockage, however, is that authenticity' is driven by niche appeal, whose success depends first on its brand reputation, and second on the ability to differentiate it from others. If the conduct of those operating within a niche is at odds with the standards their client – in this case, ...
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399. The view from the bridge [Lobster #32 (Dec 1996)]
... ) Typical of Searchlight to make a startling allegation without offering any evidence. What is British intelligence'? MI5? SIS? And who was Geoff Dominy? Clean aprons A correspondent wrote to MI5 asking for its position on Freemasonry. MI5 replied that the Service could not investigate the activities of the Freemasons unless they posed a threat to national security. In fact, membership of the Freemasons would not in itself prevent or hinder anyone from working for the Security Service'. Help the CIA celebrate its 50th anniversary!The May 1996 issue of the CIA's in-house What's News at CIA was devoted to th Agency's 50th anniversary. Lasting the entire year, it will celebrate our ...
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... in the Latin American bus market. Enter Jack Anderson No-one at Leyland appears to have suspected any skullduggery until 1975, when a Washington Post headline CIA Accused in 64 Thames Collision' appeared on a story from the Capitol Hill columnist Jack Anderson. Anderson and Les Wilton reported that sources in the Central Intelligence Agency and the secretive National Security Agency were confirming their suspicion that the'....mishap on the Thames was quietly arranged by the CIA to keep the buses from reaching Cuba. Long before the deal was arranged the US government became aware of the negotiations and sought to smash the sale. It would rip an immense hole, Washington feared, in the ...
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