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201. Princess Diana: the Hidden Evidence (Book Review) [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 43) Summer 2002 Last | Contents | Next Issue 43 Princess Diana: the Hidden Evidence How MI6 and the CIA were involved in the death of Princess Diana Jon King and John Beveridge New York: SPI Books, 2002, 18.95 Terry Hanstock In the five years since the Paris car crash that killed Princess Diana, Dodi Fayed, and Henri Paul, interest in Diana herself may have waned, (1 ) but the circumstances surrounding her death still prompt the occasional publication. Published by New York-based SPI Books, King and Beveridge's Princess Diana: the Hidden Evidence has received little ...
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202. Historical Notes [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... government in the UK, elected in June 1970, tried to strike a hawkish pose on foreign policy issues. The Foreign Secretary, Lord Home, was something of a (admittedly mild-mannered) cold warrior. It was his initiative which led to the expulsion of over 100 Soviet diplomats from London in early 1971, on charges of spying; and it was Home who wanted to strengthen British links with South Africa, then of course firmly in the grip of apartheid and something of an international leper. Why did HMG take this line? The answer can be found if we go back to 1964, when Home, then Sir Alec Douglas-Home and Prime Minister, ...
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203. Spook PR [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... multi-racial population here, every bit as much as it could have created the necessary goodwill overseas. It is vital to do so because the SIS can only service what, in PR terms, would be called a multi-market account, in collaboration with local agencies. In addition, to further this, it requires personnel (spies) employed locally or from Whitehall who have the appropriate attributes, including, for example, ethnicity, to seek out intelligence (without, it could be added, any effort being put into their personal safety) and/or maximise relationships, sometimes including with such local agencies. (16) If the last of these, the ...
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... it was a delight to see the illustrations of Wilson and Tupper from the comic they were in. But if you don't know them, will it be of any interest? The significant material here is the account of left/anarchist/anti-nuclear politics of the period, chiefly in the Glasgow area and a later in London: Spies for Peace, Committee of 100 - and the legendary group Scots Against War, whose campaign of sabotage against military installations in Scotland was the subject of much rumour-mongering in the teenage CND circles I was in at the time. Christie is hinting that he knows rather more about this than he tell us here. Christie cruised the ...
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205. How many divisions does the Pope have? [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... on the basis of his supposed access to an extensive network of anti-communist activists stretching from the Elbe to the Urals. Little proof of this materialised. In 1942 Gehlen had been unable to predict the time and place of the Soviet counter-attack at Stalingrad.(5 ) In his new role running a major US-funded spy organisation, Gehl-en produced numerous reports claiming a Soviet invasion of the west was imminent, that the Soviets were building a fleet of flying wing jet fighters, that the Soviets were planning a huge submarine fleet to starve Europe into submission etc, heightening the tension between the two power blocs, and also giving Germany an essential role ...
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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 45) Summer 2003 Last | Contents | Next Issue 45 Baghdad's Spy: A Personal Memoir of Espionage and Intrigue from Iraq to London Corinne Souza Edinburgh/London: Mainstream, 2003, 15.99, h/b This is an important and interesting book but rather hard to describe because it contains so much. At its heart is Souza's father, an Iraqi Anglophile, who became SIS's agent in Iraq, and later in London. Using her firsthand knowledge supplemented by her father's papers, Souza has created a classic of the espionage genre: I know of no better account of the experience, ...
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207. Lying about Iraq [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... Cdr. Martin Packard (rtd), former NATO intelligence adviser, commented: 'Scepticism over US-UK spin on Iraq is validated by the number of senior military officers and former intelligence analysts who remain unconvinced that war at this stage is justified'. (24) On 9 February Paul Lashmar and Raymond Whitaker reported: 'Britain and America's spies believe that they are being politicised: that the intelligence they provide is being selectively applied to lead to the opposite conclusion from the one they have drawn, which is that Iraq is much less of a threat than their political masters claim. Worse, when the intelligence agencies fail to do the job, the politicians will not stop at ...
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208. The Man from the FRU [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... of:'.....a group of shadowy intelligence operatives who believed they were accountable to nobody' (emphases added). And in case we hadn't got the message, Liam Clarke told us in The Sunday Times that the man who had been in charge of the FRU, Brigadier Gordon Kerr, 'sent agents on rogue spying missions against the Russians after the fall of the Berlin Wall' (emphasis added). (2 ) Damn, these psy-ops people are clever! In the wake of the publication of the summary of the Stevens Report, Captain Fred Holroyd (Rtd.) had a letter in The Guardian (18 April 2003) pointing ...
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209. Re: [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... ideology and the 1955 Milan Conference: Defining the Parameters of Discourse', Journal of Contemporary History, 37 (3 )( July 2002), pp 437-455. Fred Halliday proposes an outline for an anthology of Cold War literature covering five major themes: nuclear war; wars of the third world; belief and betrayal; the spy novel; and the end of cold war. Fred Halliday, 'High and just proceedings: Notes towards an anthology of the Cold War', Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 30 (3 ) (2001). Latin America Francois Le Roy analyses the 1967 'Mirage Affair', in which Peru had the temerity to buy twelve ...
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210. Demos [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... ; former chair of the Joint Intelligence Committee, Political Director FCO, IISS, Harkness Fellow, Governor Ditchley Foundation and BBC), Adair Turner (Forward Strategy Unit) (38) and Baroness Smith, wife of the late Labour leader, at the time a director of the Hakluyt Foundation, the intelligence firm connected to MI6, who spied on environmental groups for oil companies including BP. Smith is an advisor for BP Scotland. Hargreaves is on the board of Greenpeace and Hakluyt spied on Greenpeace. BP are well represented on CER's board. Shell fund Demos. BP's Andrew Mackenzie is Demos' Treasurer. Hakluyt also spied on Demos' Anita Roddick's Body Shop. (39 ...
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