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501. The view from the bridge [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... of Books 1 March 2007. <www.sundayherald.com/59005> <www.opednews.com/articles/genera_rob_kall_061117_clear_evidence_2006_.htm> The National Institute of Standards and Technology issued a report in December on electronic voting systems and concluded that they 'cannot be made secure'. Will this deter the British government from introducing electronic voting? Of course not. <www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/11/30/AR2006113001637.html> Last | Contents | Next ...
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502. Apartheid's friends, reviewed [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... . But huge chunks of this will be new to anyone who has not been reading the South African press for the last 30 years. To my knowledge no-one has ever tried to bring all this material together before. And don't be misled by the title: this is much more than an account of the South African intelligence and security agencies. Indeed, in some ways for the general reader, that will be the least interesting strand in the book. For, although the names of the main personnel and those of the agencies will be unfamiliar, the internecine squabbling, empire-building and general bureaucratic nonsense these agencies engaged in will be familiar to anyone who has ...
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503. Blairusconi: populism and elite rule [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... Prodi: 'Raising the level of competitiveness of business and enterprise is an indispensable condition to giving impetus to economic growth and employment; to assuring more streamlined procedures; to guaranteeing a flexible and dynamic employment market and to stimulating research and innovation. A stronger European continent must also take into consideration the consolidation of other determining factors such as: the security of our external frontiers; an adequate migration policy; a firm defence policy able to respond to the changing international scenario; a common foreign policy that can strengthen Europe's global role and that is fully in line with the Atlantic Alliance. ' Their common commitment to flexible labour markets and the privatisation of social services has stood alongside, and ...
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504. Philanthropic imperialism [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... , and Claudiu Tufis, 'Correlation vs. Interchangeability: The Limited Robustness of Empirical Findings on Democracy using Highly Correlated Datasets'. Unpublished Paper presented at CSCW, Oslo, 26 May 2004. Michael Hershman was the co-founder of Transparency International and the chair of Decision Strategies/Fairfax International, now one of the biggest private investigation, security and business intelligence companies in the US. According to his biography he 'began his career in intelligence and investigations in Europe during the late 1960's as a Special Agent with U.S . Military Intelligence, specialising in counter-terrorism'. <www.michaelhershman.us/bio.shtm> On Transparency International see Julie Bajolle 'The ...
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505. Coach into pumpkin: some problems with Paget [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... and the present writer is sure that his report has told the truth. But it has not told the whole truth. Indeed, there are parts of Paget that leave one reeling. Possibly the classic illustration of Paget's ability to talk around its subject comes on p. 821, which deals with Fayed's claim that: 'An assertion by the security services that they have no involvement in illegal activities such as assassinations is not credible [as] confirmed by the report of an inquiry carried out by Sir John Stevens......... ' You or I might take this as a claim that Britain's security and intelligence institutions have been involved in assassinations (the ...
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506. Fifth Column [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... MI5 that was going to have to pick up the pieces. As we move towards 2008, the last Prime Minister's over-speedy insertion of expensive military collateral into Iraq may now be slowly and nervously turning into a withdrawal, but his similar insertion of troops into Afghanistan is turning into only one aspect of a major wider and more serious security problem. His involvement has stirred up a hornet's nest of resentment against Britain. Not only are British troops fighting on Afghan soil but many in the region perceive that Britain is fighting against Islam and that it is engaged in a project to promote certain values at the expense of traditional education and culture. Worse, and most recently, ...
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507. 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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508. Re: [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... told the police that the fact that he was found dead in the woods was not surprising. The fact that they said he committed suicide was. ' Dogs of war A study by the Project for Excellence in Journalism (PEJ) published in June (26) estimates that some 30,000 employees of US and European-based Private Security Companies (PSCs) are at work in Iraq. 'They have been involved in firefights.....scores of them.....have perished.....[and they] add by 20% the number of foreign troops in the country. ' Not that this would be apparent from news coverage ...
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509. The rise of warfare capitalism [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... the drum-beat of still further wars is being fueled by poor intelligence derived from 'interrogations' (i .e . torture) carried out by private intelligence consultants in privately run torture centres outside the US. This complements the cherry-picking of the best building contracts in Iraq by American companies and the fact that the number of private security personnel in Iraq now outnumbers serving British soldiers three to one. It is further complemented by the profits to be made in the manufacture of hi-tech security fences and biometric ID. All of this is meticulously catalogued in Klein's important book. She also seems to grasp that this is being driven more by a crisis of finance and ...
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510. The view from the bridge [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... ned.org/>, while maintaining the fiction that it is a 'private organisation' despite receiving an 'annual congressional appropriation' – its chosen euphemism for US tax dollars. The death of diplomacy Vladimir Putin is now making a habit of speaking bluntly to the West. He did so in spectacular fashion in at the 43rd Munich Conference on Security Policy in February 2007, a speech which got little attention in this country other than the use of fragments to cast Putin as restarting the Cold War. In his diaries Alastair Campbell describes an encounter between Putin and Blair in 2003 at which, in the presence, of David Manning, Blair's then foreign policy advisor, and Campbell, ...
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