The British Gladio and the murder of Sergeant Speed

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[PDF file]: […] essentially a cover story. The context The mid-1970s was a turbulent period for the Anglo-American intelligence and security services. In the United States, in the wake of Watergate the CIA was under scrutiny by Congress and journalists as never before. CIA officers, notably Philip Agee and Victor Marchetti, revealed details of the Agency’s operations. […]

The Dr Strangeloves of the Mind

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[PDF file]: […] as extensive as that of War and Peace. Here you’ll find new information about James Angleton, James McCord (one of the early Olson investigators and later a Watergate burglar), William Colby, Richard Helms, William Donovan, Allen Dulles (later the intelligence community’s ‘minder’ on the Warren Commission, who had earlier been sacked from the CIA […]

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[…] £60m to Boris Johnson’s party over ten years, new analysis by Transparency International shows.’ 25 10 Coups are US If you have read Jonathan Marshall’s essay on Watergate in this issue of Lobster, you will have some idea of what to expect in his new essay, ‘U.S. Cold War Policy and the Italian Far-Right: […]

When the Lights Went Out, and, Strange Days Indeed

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[PDF file]: […] dreadful. ‘The daily drama in Wilson’s kitchen cabinet was a Strindberg play with scenes from Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf.’ (p. 214) We get another go round Watergate and Nixon without any of the more recent work on the story. He portrays all manner of potentially interesting material, and declines to draw any conclusions […]

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[…] I guess there are limits to what Times readers can be expected to digest over breakfast. Coups are US If you have read Jonathan Marshall’s essay on Watergate in this issue of Lobster, you will have some idea of what to expect in his new essay, ‘U.S. Cold War Policy and the Italian Far-Right: […]

The view from the bridge

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[PDF file]: […] esign Greasing the wheels A piece in the Telegraph on 22 August 2009, ‘Millions spent on NHS management consultants with Labour links’, began: ‘The 6 ‘Britain’s own Watergate scandal (shurely shome mishtake? Ed)’, The Independent, 14 September. 7 Page 107 Winter 2009/10 Lobster 58 Department of Health has spent almost £500 million on management […]

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[…] I guess there are limits to what Times readers can be expected to digest over breakfast. Coups are US If you have read Jonathan Marshall’s essay on Watergate in this issue of Lobster, you will have some idea of what to expect in his new essay, ‘U.S. Cold War Policy and the Italian Far-Right: […]

The devil has all the best songs: reflections on the life and times of Simon Dee

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[PDF file]: […] of the CIA’s most influential figures in the post-war period. He helped Philips establish the Association of Former Intelligence Officers in 1975, during the aftermath of the Watergate affair, when the reputations of many in the CIA and their supporters on the political right in the US were at a low 33 Loving Awareness […]

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[…] I guess there are limits to what Times readers can be expected to digest over breakfast. Coups are US If you have read Jonathan Marshall’s essay on Watergate in this issue of Lobster, you will have some idea of what to expect in his new essay, ‘U.S. Cold War Policy and the Italian Far-Right: […]

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[…] JFK research community which the major media either is unaware of or choses to ignore. *new* Coups are US If you have read Jonathan Marshall’s essay on Watergate in this issue of Lobster, you will have some idea of what to expect in his new essay, ‘U.S. Cold War Policy and the Italian Far-Right: […]

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