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Links 1 through 10 of 43 by Simon Phipps tagged War

I've read plenty of books about the cunning diversionary and alternative intelligence tactics used in the Second World War but these photographs show just how remarkable some of the efforts were.

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It's just possible this is the most important step towards middle east peace we have yet seen.

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Yes, I get the fact the documents smear the war and that the US government spins the facts. I also get that there's a damage control media campaign in progress. But this former General makes excellent points that I only see the Wikileaks people making indignant hand waving responses to. And I can totally see how the leaks advantage America's enemies.

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If this is true it undermines the whole transparency case Assange is making and shames everyone involved. Investigative journalism is not about enabling the enemy to kill more people, regardless of the war disgrace being exposed

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It seems that the instinctive reactions of human beings driven to fighting for their freedom (rightly or wrongly) follow a pattern that can be analysed and forecast.

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Somali pirates hit navy ship 'in error' and get soundly beaten, some captured.

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I've always suspected that a prime motivation for Bush and Blair in Iraq was connected to the evangelical theology of Revelation. The source in this case (an fundamentalist secularist web site) needs treating with suspicion, but the line of investigation deserves exploring as I fear it was the background dialectic biasing (undoubtedly hard) strategic decisions.

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Well worth the read, this article suggests that the wider context of Iranian hegemony should frame the conflict. Rather Machiavellian conclusions, but worth the time nonetheless.

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Not me saying that this time - it's a column in the Wall Street Journal.

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