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Peace Researcher Issue # 34 July 2007

Peace Researcher Issue # 34 July 2007

Waihopai 2007: Counting The Costs Of 20 Years Of Spying – by Murray Horton
From “Secret Power” To “The Hollow Men” – by Nicky Hager
Another Bloody Terror Submission – by Bob Leonard
The Secret Policeman’s Ball: SIS Turns 50, All The Big Brothers Came To the Party – by Murray Horton

Updates – by Murray Horton

Add Tonga To The Growing List Of NZ’s Pacific Interventions
US Building New Secret Spybase In Western Australia
Pine Gap Protesters Fined, But Not Jailed, In Groundbreaking Court Case
Okinawa And Guam: US Military Pawns Since WWII – by Bob Leonard
The US Troops’ “Unconventional” Presence: Are US Special Operations Forces Engaged In An “Offensive War” In the Philippines? – by Herbert Docena

Reviews by Jeremy Agar

“The Hollow Men” by Nicky Hager
“Negligent Neighbour” by Maire Leadbeater
“Strange Liberators: Militarism, Mayhem And The Pursuit Of Profit” by Gregory Elich


Stan Hemsley – by Murray Horton
Wilton Willis – by Maire Leadbeater
Phil Amos – by Murray Horton
Deaths In The Family: Harry Dewes & Wolfgang Rosenberg
Waihopai Display Creates A Stir: PSA Union Official Bans It From Trade Union Centre So As Not To Upset Her Members, The Spies – by Murray Horton


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