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51. The View From The Bridge [Lobster #29 (Jun 1995)]
... chess-playing with the Soviet intelligence officer Richardas Vaigaukus, and commented that 'at times Kagan seemed a sinister figure'. Come now...... Oleg Lyalin, Soviet defector whose information led to the famous expulsion of 105 Soviet spies from London. See Richard Norton-Taylor's obituary in the Guardian 28 February 1995. Peter Wright, of Spycatcher fame. Scott Newton reports that Teletext, on Independent Television, devoted eight pages to him, and said he had been suffering from diabetes, heart trouble and pneumonia. Ceefax, on the other hand, the service broadcast by the BBC, devoted only one page, and announced he had been suffering from Alzheimer's Disease ...
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52. Neural Manipulation by Remote Radar [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... electrodes.(3 ) But the real progress was made in the 1920 when F. Cazzamali, an Italian physician, discovered that he could induce hallucinations in the minds of highly suggestible individuals, and claimed to have detected radiation from the mind. His work, Radiating Brain, was translated in 1965 by the Foreign Technology Division of the Wright Patterson Air Force in the United States. The Dutch physician, W. A. G. van Everdingen made further progress during 1938-43. He observed that microwave irradiation affected the heart action of the chicken embryo in relation to its glycogen level.(4 ) In 1946 J. E. Nyrop recorded specific effects on bacteria ...
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53. Loose cuts and short ends [Lobster #31 (Jun 1996)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 31) June 1996 Last | Contents | Next Issue 31 Loose cuts and short ends Spycatcher in Kenya?Peter Wright? Is the picture on the right that of the old Spycatcher himself, Peter Wright? It has been used as if it is three times, in the Sunday Times on 12 July 1987 and 16 October 1988; and more recently, the version shown, heavily cropped to illustrate Wright's obituary in the Independent, 28 April 1995. It was taken in 1952, and the original caption was 'Peter Wright from Kenya'. It accompanied the story of the expulsion of 'Peter Wright' ...
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54. Was there a 'communist threat'? [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... of the party'. (The Moscow subsidy ended in 1979.)(155) Secret Party members?There were also secret Party members, though how many there were and what they did is unclear. The existence of 'secret members', a staple on the right since the war, appeared most strikingly in Spycatcher in which Peter Wright recounts how MI5 had found the CPGB membership files stashed in a rich member's flat and photographed the whole lot - 55,000 files - in one weekend, 'with a Polaroid camera'.(156) Wright claimed that these files also 'contained the files of covert members of the CPGB..... people who had gone ...
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55. The Crozier operations [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... ) and launched the apparently still-born US Institute for the Study of Conflict.(134) The Wilson plots Because hard information on the covert operations of this period came first from Colin Wallace, a member of the British Army's psychological warfare unit in Northern Ireland, in whose narrative the 'bad guys' were MI5, and from Peter Wright, who had been an MI5 officer, those of us who began researching this period in 1986 and after began by looking for MI5 operations.(135) In fact three British intelligence agencies had an iron in the fire of the mid 1970s crisis. There was a group of MI5 officers, led by Peter Wright, who were ...
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56. Books and articles cited [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... , Nothing So Strange, Cassell, London, 1970. Wilson, H.H . 'Techniques of Pressure - Anti-Nationalisation Propaganda in Britain', in Public Opinion Quarterly, Summer 1951 Windlesham, Lord, Communication and Political Power, Cape, London, 1966 Winks, Robin, Cloak and Gown, Collins Harvill, London, 1987 Wright, Peter, with Greengrass, Paul, Spycatcher, Viking, New York, 1987 Wrigley, Chris (ed.), Warfare, Diplomacy and Politics, Hamish Hamilton, London, 1986 Yakovlev, Nikolai, CIA Target: the USSR, Progress, Moscow, English edition 1982 Young, Kenneth (ed.), The Diaries ...
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... , yet again, Hermann Patteet, head of the Administrative Department of the ICFTU. All the lectures and discussions dealt with the so-called Communist countries and the Communist-controlled World Federation of Trade Unions.(31) The ICFTUE no longer exists.(32) Postscript On January 9 1995, I wrote to John H. Wright, Information and Privacy Co-ordinator of the CIA, asking, under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), if the Agency could supply me with copies of any records and/or documentation which it held relating to the ICFTUE. On July 6, 1995 he wrote, informing me that 'No records responsive to your request ...
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... . We laughed a lot in those days. Whoever was tapping our phones heard lots of laughter. I taped a long interview with Fred and Colin that day which appeared as a double-page spread in Tribune - and then the first dribs and drabs began to leak out of Australia about a book by a former MI5 officer called Peter Wright in which he apparently mentioned plotting against the Wilson government; and my telephone began to ring. Lots of journalists wanted me to explain the story. And no wonder, looking back on it. The Wallace narrative was very difficult to become adept at - even if you believed that the story was true. Fred and Colin, with ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 62  -  01 Dec 1996  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue32/lob32-09.htm
... a super-power! For all the welcome candour of some of his interviewees, there are still corns that Urban won't tread on. The whole 'Wilson plots' revelations of 1986-89, thousands of column inches, the major cause of our present increased understanding of the British spooks, is evaded with a brief reference to the Peter Wright interview with John Ware in which Wright recanted(1 ) - as if that's all there was to it - and somehow he manages not to mention that the reason there were not enough Challenger spare parts to maintain operational tank units in Germany and Iraq at the time of Desert Storm had something to do with the cost of Trident/ ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 34  -  01 Dec 1996  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue32/lob32-13.htm
... , 1990), culminating in the hegemony of a post-Marxist version of Gramsci's conception of 'hegemony' - in which 'struggle' is posited without any identifiable human beings as its active protagonists, and with the stakes reduced to ideas rather than concrete interests. This was in sharp contrast with the USA, where the impetus of C. Wright Mills's pioneering study of the network of interests involved in the Cold War (Mills, 1956) was continued by a flourishing group of scholars. There has been nothing in Britain of comparable scope or detail to the work conducted in the USA by G. W. Domhoff, Thomas Dye, Mark Mizruchi or Noam Chomsky, etc. ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 14  -  01 Dec 1996  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue32/lob32-01.htm
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