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Lobster Issue Issue 57 Summer 2009

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Issue 57 cover
Journal:Lobster
Issue:57
Date:Summer 2009
Publisher:Robin Ramsay
Editor:Robin Ramsay
ISSN:0964-0436
  • Reflections on the 'cult of the offensive': pre-emptive war, the Israeli lobby and US military Doctrine by Paul Todd
    • The ghost of Marx: warfare, technology and the paradigm of 1914
    • The Summer of War - the other 1967
    • The USS Liberty
    • The doctrine take hold
    • The New Cold War
    • 'Remoralising US foreign policy': irrationalism and the rise of polical religion
    • History will judge harshly?

  • Why are we with Uncle Sam?
    • The factors
    • The threat
    • An American colony?

  • American, Israel and the Israel lobby by Simon Matthews
    A review of: The Israel Lobby, John J. Mearsheimer and Stephen M. Walt. London: Allen Lane, 2007, £25
    • Post War
    • Iraq

  • Lobster goes to the movies!: Frost/Nixon (or a load of old dick) by Anthony Lewin

  • The crisis
    • Only one warning light on the UK economy: inflation
    • The blame game
    • The FSA and the City
    • The Clinton administration's part in the drama
    • Deregulating the financial sector
    • Fraud
    • Simon says
    • Manufacturing returns to the UK agenda
    • Further reading

  • Et enfin

  • It's all Jacques to me. William Clark and Tim Pendry

  • Still hazy after all these years: The assassination of the sixties
    • JFK: Farewell America
    • LBJ's role
    • Marcello's 'confession'
    • RFK
    • The attempt on George Wallace

  • Moscow on the Hudson? John McFall
    Empires Apart: America and Russia from the Vikings to Iraq, by Brian Landers. Hove. Picnic Publishing, 2009. £15 p/b

  • The View from the Bridge
    • NuLab and Uncle Sam
    • Obama and the Bilderbergers
    • Defence against which missiles?
    • There is nothing like a Dame
    • Something of the night...
    • 9/11
    • Common Purpose
    • Did someone say prescient?

  • The meaning of the 2009 Budget by Scott Newton

  • Politics and Paranoia
    • A conspiracy theorist?
    • A subject nation?

  • Re: by Terry Hanstock
    • Iraq -- fallout continues
    • Unofficial histories and authorised versions
    • Crooke's tour (Alastair Crooke)
    • Special relationships
    • Top of the form
    • Radio days
    • 'Nation shall speak peace unto Nation'
    • Don't give up on the day job
    • Privates on the payroll
    • Iops
    • The miners united...
    • All in the mind?
    • Intelligentsia
    • Human Security
    • UFOs

  • Sources
    • CIA: read all about it
    • Russell's story (Roderick Russell)
    • Stealing elections
    • Martial law in America?
    • MI6, BP and oil
    • Making dolphins deaf
    • Talking teeth
    • Get into the gr[o]ove
    • Creeping militerisation
    • Pollard
    • Brain waves
    • Hearts and minds
    • Bilderberg and chips

  • The Jewish Holocaust: held captive by its remembrance or liberated by its lessons? by Tom Easton
    • Catastrophic Zionism
    • What are we to conclude?

  • Books
    • Chasing Alpha: How Reckless Growth and Unchecked Ambition Ruined the City's Golden Decade by Philip Augar (2009) reviewed by Tom Easton
    • Spies, Lies, and the War on Terror by Paul Todd, Jonathan Bloch, and Patrick Fitzgerald (2009) reviewed by Michael Carlson
    • Major Farran's Hat: Murder, Scandal and Britain's War Against Jewish Terrorism 1945-1948 by David Cesarani (2009), reviewed by John Newsinger
    • Agreement! The State, Conflict and Change in Northern Ireland by Beatrix Campbell (2008) reviewed by Colin Johnson
    • Secret and Lies. A history of CIA mind control and germ warefare by Gordon Thomas (2007) reviewed by Phil Chamberlain
    • Pius XII, the Holocaust and the Cold War by Michael Phayer (2008) reviewed by John Newsinger
    • Unmasking the State: A rough guide to democracy by Paul Feldman (2008) reviewed by Richard Alexander
    • In Government We Trust: Market failure and the delusions of privatisation by Warrick Funnell, Robert Jupe and Jane Andrew (2009)
    • Within The Secret State: a disturbing study of the use and misuse of power by Peter Evans (2009)
    • Marching to the fault line: The 1984 miners' strike and the death of industrial Britain by Francis Beckett and David Hencke (2009)
    • On the Trail of the JFK Assassin by Dick Russell (2008)
    • Terrorism and Intelligence in Australia: A history of ASIO and National Surveillance by Frank Cain (2009)
    • The CIA and the Culture of Failure by John Diamond (2008)
    • Welcome to Mars: Fantasies of Science in the American Century 1947-1959 by Ken Hollings (2008)
    • Voodoo Histories: The Role of Conspiracy theory in Shaping Modern History by David Aaronovich

  • Tittle-Tattle by Tim Easton
    • Lord Stevenson
    • Murray's movement (Craig Murray)
    • The Quick and the dead
    • Godsons

48 pages.


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