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61. President Putin and Sochi 2014 PR (Summer 2014) [Lobster #67 (Summer 2014) (free)] [Free Article]
... heard of Lenin because they know the story of Tsar Nicholas and the fate of himself/family. Couple this information vacuum with a 'new' local narrative bankrolled in London by anti-Putin oligarchs such as the late Boris Berezovksy – ostentatious Russian philistines with too much money in their pockets rushing around London murdering innocent (! ) oligarchs and spies – and Russia's image/PR is poor. (As importantly for the UK, it impacts on Anglo-Russian trade and friendship groups.) Hence the need for President Putin to find and promote a singular PR statement internationally which will be as enduring as ever the West's was. Replacement narrative PR S ochi 2014 has given President ...
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62. View from the Bridge (Winter 2013) [Lobster #66 (Winter 2013) (free)] [Free Article]
... who writes as Alan Judd: 'Realistically, however, we've no alternative but to go on as before. We have enemies, as Andrew Parker reminds us, who although relatively few would not hesitate to obliterate us if they could. If we want to protect ourselves – and who seriously would argue that we shouldn't? – we have to spy on them. In electronic terms that means looking for needles in haystacks and you can't do that without having access to the whole hayfield. '16 GCHQ head Sir Ian Lobban, facing the Intelligence and Security Committee, 7 November: 'The internet is "an enormous hayfield" and GCHQ was trying to access "those parts of the ...
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63. In Spies We Trust (Book review) (Winter 2013) [Lobster #66 (Winter 2013) (free)] [Free Article]
... In Spies We Trust: the story of western intelligence Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones Oxford University Press, 2013, £20, h/b Bernard Porter Britain and America came quite late to the spying game, but by the late 20th century had come to dominate it. It is this, I suppose, that justifies the subtitle of this book, which scarcely mentions other Western intelligence agencies except in a chapter at the end discussing a possible EU alternative to the current Anglo-American axis. The main title must be meant ironically. The overwhelming impression left by the book is of massive untrustworthiness. It's true, as Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones points out, that 'an intelligence ...
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64. Apocryphylia [Lobster #66 (Winter 2013) (free)] [Free Article]
... '80s Civil War; Roger Gale became Conservative MP for Thanet North (1983-); Paul Burnett, who had joined Radio 270 from the RAF Broadcasting Service in the Persian Gulf (shades of the late Simon Dee) became a popular DJ on the BBC. 6 Stonehouse was the subject of allegations in 1969 that he was a Czech spy. Was the selection of the RNI broadcasting frequency a deliberate attempt to compromise or embarrass him? If so, by whom? voters to ditch Wilson and go Tory in the name of personal freedom. Approximately five million electors were aged between 18 and 24 in 1970, about 14% of all those registered to vote. The anti ...
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65. Asil Nadir: another victim of the arms-to-Iraq conspiracy? (Winter 2013) [Lobster #66 (Winter 2013) (free)] [Free Article]
... after the murder of Gerald Bull, British Customs seized eight gun barrel sections, designed by Bull, manufactured by Sheffield Forgemasters, waiting at Teesport for shipment to Iraq. The supergun was never built. The apparent CIA document The apparent CIA document was taken to Asil Nadir's London solicitors in November 2010 by Olivia Frank. Ms Frank, who spied in Germany for the Israeli secret service in her youth, says that MI5 arranged for her to be jailed at the high-security Cookham Wood prison in Kent where she was to conduct negotiations with Mrs Elizabeth Forsyth, Asil Nadir's private banker. Mrs Forsyth, born into the McAlpine family, was jailed in 1996 for laundering £400 ...
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... Literary Spying British Writers and MI5 Surveillance 1930-1960 James Smith Cambridge University Press, 2013, £55.00, h/b John Newsinger Smith's book is an immensely valuable preliminary examination of the British secret state's surveillance of 'the left-wing writers and artists' of George Orwell's generation. As the author makes clear, the context was very different from the United States. In Britain surveillance of the arts and artists was not informed by any US-style Red Scare. In Britain, he argues, 'MI5's activity was much more circumspect and rarely resulted in direct forms of censorship', let alone any 'explosive arrests'. MI5, unlike the FBI, did ...
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67. Six Moments of Crisis: inside British foreign policy (Reviewed) (Summer 2013) [Lobster #65 Summer 2013) (free)] [Free Article]
... pound with cuts to domestic demand, including public expenditure. Labour's left would buy cuts in domestic spending only at the price of a drastic reduction in overseas defence commitments. Many resisted, but, as the author points out, by mid-1967: 'There was no avoiding the conclusion that Britain's global responsibilities were unsustainable. ' The 'Soviet spy' affair of 1971 certainly had potential to turn into a foreign-policy crisis. In the event, the Edward Heath government gambled that it would not and was proved correct. Rejigging the six 'moments' in ascending 'crisis' order, rather than chronologically, gives us, I suggest, Korea, EC membership application, the 'spies ...
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68. Canada's spy agency gone rogue (Summer 2013) [Lobster #65 Summer 2013) (free)] [Free Article]
... Canada's spy agency gone rogue: Prime Minister Harper couldn't care less Roderick Russell Dr. Arthur Porter, the former chair of Canada's spy watchdog, the Security Intelligence Review Committee (SIRC), is in prison in Panama awaiting extradition to Canada where he faces multiple charges that include allegations of bribe taking, money laundering and conspiracy. Two years ago I formally complained to the SIRC, which was then chaired by Dr. Porter. My complaint was about Canada's spy agency's (CSIS) illegal campaign of threats, intimidation, and harassment against my wife and I. I provided a significant body of evidence, yet Dr. Porter's SIRC dismissed my complaint without any investigation. Dr ...
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... of post invasion Iraqis – allowed the community, and its children in particular, to evolve quietly as more Iraqis rolled in. It was only in the intelligence sphere – which the majority of 1970s Iraqis were seeking to avoid – that it had high visibility. Some Iraqis were sought out by the SIS; but for the most part the spies interested in the community were not Brits but fellow Iraqis.1 In due course there were unexplained deaths, suicides, obvious murders and hellish other incidents. These came as one-offs or in waves. They stopped as quickly as they started, only to kick off again just as a semblance of peace of mind was being restored ...
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70. The Clandestine Caucus (1996) [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... Establishment of the Foreign Office Research Department 1946-48, (History Notes, August 1995) 63 Merrick p. 458. This is before the Cominform rejection of the Marshall Plan, for example, over a year away in 1947; before even the March arrest of Dr Allan Nunn May and the revelation of the Canadian-based Soviet spy ring; and before Churchill's American speech in which he first used the term 'Iron Curtain'. deteriorating political circumstances and a proposal from within the Party itself swung the day and the Cabinet approved the formation of this outfit in January 1948. In the second volume of his Diaries, Robert Bruce-Lockhart, who had been a part ...
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