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Sins of Statecraft: The War on Terror Exposed
August 16, 2006 No Comment
Sins of Statecraft: The War on Terror Exposed

By Brian Bogart, 16 August, 2006
Few things are more crucial to our global situation today than a comprehensive understanding of the fundamental habits and recent overtly aggressive trend present in United States foreign …

Fear as A Weapon The Effects of Psychological Warfare on Domestic and International Politics
December 1, 2005 No Comment
Fear as A Weapon The Effects of Psychological Warfare on Domestic and International Politics

By Daniele Ganser, World Affairs, Vol.9, No.4, Winter 2005
When we think of weapons, our mind most often conjures up images of military hardware. We think of guns and tanks on land, guided missiles and fighter …

The British Secret Service in Neutral Switzerland: An Unfinished Debate on NATO’s Cold War Stay-behind Armies
December 1, 2005 No Comment
The British Secret Service in Neutral Switzerland: An Unfinished Debate on NATO’s Cold War Stay-behind Armies

By Daniele Ganser, Intelligence and National Security, Vol.20, No.4, December 2005
In 1990, the existence of a secret anti-Communist stay-behind army in Italy, codenamed ‘Gladio’ and linked to NATO, was revealed. Subsequently, similar stay-behind armies were …

Terrorism in Western Europe An Approach to NATO’s Secret Stay-Behind Armies
April 1, 2005 No Comment
Terrorism in Western Europe An Approach to NATO’s Secret Stay-Behind Armies

By Daniele Ganser, Orbis, Spring 2005
Recent research has revealed secret armies have existed across Western Europe during the Cold War. Coordinated by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), they were run by the European military …