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Published December 2011/January 2012
EYE SPY INTELLIGENCE MAGAZINE ISSUE 77
Each edition of Eye Spy Intelligence Magazine is 84pp - full colour throughout.
INTELLIGENCE: INSIDE THE WORLD
Eye Spy examines the fastest growing element of counter-intelligence and all its complexities
CUBA: AN ISLAND OF SPIES?
Is the spy base of Lourdes listening again?
HAVE BLUE AGAIN
Why the loss of a Sentinel UAV to Iran is not such a tragedy: Eye Spy examines America’s real aviation ‘Dream Factories’ and the secret test zones in Nevada...
THE SENTINEL INCIDENT
Why the case against Bradley Manning and his alleged dealings with WikiLeaks may also be significant to the web site’s founder - Julian Assange
MOSCOW HACKER HUNTER
The strange story of Christopher Keenan whose journey to Russia’s capital in search of ‘cyber talent’ ended in a frozen Moscow forest
THE WRONG GREAT GAME?
Spy allegation against Russian parliamentary secretary Katia Zatuliveter dropped - but did MI5 really ‘play’ the wrong game?
NUCLEAR RED LINE
Former CIA Director Leon Panetta is
joined by three powerful voices who announce America would not
hesitate to engage Iran over its nuclear bomb programme
H E A D L I N E R S
As Iran shows off a captured US Sentinel drone, Eye Spy looks at the genesis for these remarkable aircraft and the design teams behind their futuristic shape, including the Skunk Works. There’s also a peak at the strange test Nevada region popularly known as ‘Area 51’
MAJOR CONTENT GUIDE
60 MINUTES - NYPD FOIL TERROR PLOT
Police in New York foil another bomber as FBI officials give impression of down-playing seriousness of incident
HAVE BLUE AGAIN
Israel has re-erected its 1980s ‘Depth Corps’ in a move connected to its expected response of Iran’s nuclear bomb
Pentagon officials reveal fearsome ‘bunker busting bomb’ described as the ‘Massive Ordnance Penetrator’. It is without doubt intended as a warning to those parts of Iran’s nuclear weapons programme which are buried deep underground
The British Government has announced a doubling of the 2012 Olympic security budget due to increasing fears of terrorism
MI5 AND THE
ZATULIVETER SPY CASE
A special panel of judges has dismissed espionage concerns about a former Russian parliamentary secretary and given her leave to stay. But this is far from a simple case...
PHOTOGRAPHY PART VI
Peter Jenkins provides useful tips of night photography and the use of image intensifiers
CUBA: IS RUSSIA
Nick Shepley investigates claims that some parts of the former Russian spy base at Lourdes, Cuba, are once again active. A fascinating presentation that might provide an answer
HACKING AND INTERCEPTION
Communications authority Paul Beaumont delves deep into the history of telephone intercepts and provides a worrying modern insight. A must read feature for anyone who uses a cell phone or similar communication platform today
It was the biggest single electronic intelligence breach in history - the passing of over 400,000 US documents to a site dedicated to making public all manner of sensitive materials. But the investigation is set to involve more than just the person thought responsible for leaking the files to WikiLeaks
Paul Beaumont looks at the remarkable number of intelligence messages, communications and signals picked up over the airwaves, including the code-names for the US President!
MIND CONTROL -
INTEL CYCLE PART 14
A fascinating look at how simple words and phrases can effect the way in which a person or group thinks and acts. This is the world of ‘Word Strategy’ and ‘Vocal Viruses’
USAF posthumously award legendary CIA
U-2 flyer Francis Gary Powers its prestigious Silver Star
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