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Latest "Peace Researcher" Now Online

Latest "Peace Researcher" Now Online


Peace Researcher is the journal of the Anti-Bases Campaign. The August 2003 issue (number 27) is now available online.

You can read it at http://www.converge.org.nz/abc/pr27covr.html

It's got plenty of good reading in it, something for everyone.

The contents are:

Waihopai 2003: War Is Good For Business by Bob Leonard "Big Balls" A Big Success by Murray Horton

Waihopai Part Of US Network Spying On UN by Murray Horton

Militant Protest At Pine Gap Warbase by Lindy Nolan & Murray Horton

Terrorism Suppression Act Passed by Murray Horton

Telecommunications Interception Bill by Bob Leonard

Counter-Terrorism Bill: "Without Lawful Authority" by Bob Leonard

Australia: Vicious New Law Turns ASIO Into A Secret Police Agency by Murray Horton

The Invasion Of Iraq – And How The Media War Was Won And Lost: Half Truths And Media Spin. Whom Do You Believe? by David Robie

Government Still Coy On UKUSA Agreement by Murray Horton

Debating The GCSB Director by Murray Horton

Who Watches The Watchers? The Intelligence And Security Committee by Murray Horton

Who Watches The Watchers? The Inspector-General Of Intelligence And Security by Murray Horton

Government Approves New USAF Communications Facility In NZ by Murray Horton

Air NZ Bids For USAF Maintenance Contract by Murray Horton

The "War On Terror": Out Of Sight But Not Out Of Mind by Murray Horton

Obituaries

The Peacemaker & Christian Pacifist Society by Murray Horton

Neil Cherry by Kate Dewes

Death In The Family: Gwen Jones

Bob Leonard Retires As PR Editor: But Stays On As Writer

The annual subscription to Peace Researcher is $20 (which includes membership of the Anti-Bases Campaign). If you live in Australia, it is $NZ25; if you live elsewhere overseas it is $NZ30. We are not registered for GST. Make cheques to: Peace Researcher, Box 2258, Christchurch, New Zealand.

And while you're reading the latest PR online, have a look round the rest of our Website. You'll find plenty of interesting material there.

ABC Anti-Bases Campaign Box 2258, Christchurch, New Zealand cafca@chch.planet.org.nz www.converge.org.nz/abc


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