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531. The once and future king? [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... Labour Party? He could launch his own movement. It would bring together strands of regionalism, socialist rhetoric and environmentalism in a stew not dissimilar to Umberto Bossi's Northern League in Italy.(29) A prototype of this has already been successfully road-tested by Livingstone in London between 1999 and 2004. With electoral reform it would probably secure a bloc of 25-35 seats in what would then be permanently 'hung' Parliaments. In circumstances such as these it would be highly likely that bigger parties, all seeking to form coalitions, would need to do deals with him. He would have a major role, and in neither of these cases would Livingstone be so old ...
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532. Britain spinning in the Sibel Edmonds web [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... with the MI6 station chief, where he related his recent experiences at police headquarters. He was awoken later that night in the early morning hours for an impromptu meeting. The MI6 officer warned him that he was in immediate danger. Amin dismissed these concerns and insisted that he could continue the investigation, relying on the local British embassy for security if need be. The following evening he received a call from his boss, Mickey Bispham. He was ordered to return to London immediately. Amin was thereafter almost taken back to square one. The only hard evidence he had to rely on had already been recovered in the raid on Siddiqui. While it did seem there was a ...
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533. The politics of the organic movement - an overvie [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... I have argued elsewhere, it is impossible to separate his agricultural activities from his political aims.(6 ) Lymington was also a close friend of two other 'squires', the Dorset forester, farmer and folk-dancer Rolf Gardiner, and the East Kent landowner Lord Northbourne. Gardiner's sympathies for Germany have been well documented; the British security services were so wary of him that he was denied access to post-war Germany for some years. His defenders claim that he was a naïve romantic who knew nothing about politics, but a researcher is badly needed who can investigate German archives for records of his activities on the Continent. As for Northbourne, who wrote one of ...
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534. Why are we with Uncle Sam? [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... much of the time and spent most of my days in the library here, educating myself in post-war history, American history, what was available then about the intelligence services – almost nothing – and the post-WW2 geopolitical order, centrally the Cold War and American imperialism. Looking at the reading list for the intelligence and national security component of this course, what struck me was that almost none of its literature existed when I was here. I have read a few of the books on the list and none of the academic articles. What could I say on a subject of whose content I have read so little? I have done what anybody would do: ...
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535. Re: [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... detail now requested for the Pupil Level Annual Schools' Census and the development of the National Pupil Database (12) provide the state with a mechanism to engage effectively in a panoptic sort of the school population in an effort to render the identity of potential terrorists auditable. '( 13) Radio days The first full account of the Radio Security Service. Established at the start of World War Two to interceptthe wireless messages of enemy spies, it achieved its greatest success through the work of its Analysis Bureau, headed by Hugh Trevor-Roper. This included the production of reports on Axis intelligence activities and resulted in its eventual independence from the SIS as the Radio Intelligence Service. ...
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536. Reflections on the 'cult of the offensive' [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... imperative. The ghost of Marx: warfare, technology and the paradigm of 1914 For millennia, warfare has been an established – and indeed, celebrated – institution in the conduct of human affairs. As much recent scholarship has shown, conflict has been central to both technological/material advance and social cohesion.(3 ) Progress was not secured without a price, however. Writing in the 1850s, Karl Marx observed that at certain stages in history, economic and technological factors can outrun the social and political capability to manage and control them. And nowhere was this thesis more tragically vindicated than in the outbreak of World War One, when a combination of ill-understood technological ...
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537. Sources [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... size within the borders of such a close ally, according to intelligence sources in both London and Washington. Bruce Riedel, a former CIA officer who has advised Mr Obama, told The Sunday Telegraph: "The British Pakistani community is recognised as prob-ably al-Qaeda's best mechanism for launching an attack against North America. The American security establishment believes that danger continues and there's very intimate cooperation between our security services to monitor that." .. .. The British official said: "The Americans run their own assets in the Pakistani community; they get their own intelligence. There's close cooperation with MI5 but they don't tell us the names of all their sources. ...
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538. Politics and Paranoia [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... and I also joined the Labour Party that year, partly, I con-fess, because it seemed a likely source of stories for a local lefty magazine I was involved in. In the mid 1980s I was one of the few people in the Labour Party who were trying to educate themselves about the role played by the intelligence and security services in our democracy. In 1985/86 I was corresponding with my equiv-alents in New Zealand and getting material from them on the attempts being made by the United States to overturn New Zealand's nuclear-free policy. I had read enough about the role of the CIA to recognise some of the names of the people and ...
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539. Terrorism and Intelligence in Australia [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... 57 Terrorism and Intelligence in Australia A history of ASIO and National Surveillance Frank Cain Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2009, p/b , $39.95. ISBN 978 1 921509 322 Frank Cain was just a name to me but a little googling showed that he is Austral-ia's leading academic historian of intelli-gence and security history. This history of ASIO and its antece-dents – more or less equivalent to the UK's MI5 – shows what you might have ex-pected: the spooks were allied with the conservatives, persecuted the left, hunted reds, real and imaginary (mostly imagin-ary) and kowtowed to the Americans. They had no ...
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540. The view from the bridge [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... months into a 17 year sentence for smuggling heroin, jurors were told. It was always thought they were allowed out of jail because the pair had turned supergrass and passed on important information to the police. But Haase allegedly told Mr Kilfoyle that he had paid large sums of money to the former Tory party leader and a customs official to secure their freedom, the court heard. Both Haase and Bennett are currently on trial for perverting the course of justice, accused of duping the authorities by setting up fake gun and drugs caches in order to get an early release. ' 9/11 The thought does occur that there are so many things the American state would rather the ...
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