issue twenty seven
Published 16 August 2004
Main News Features and Reports
FBI's Task Force: USA domestic agency creates powerful intel unit to combat growing threat of terrorism.
The Nightmare Scenario: Security specialists ponder closing down huge swathes of inner London as terrorist threat grows.
When the Wind Blows: US Senate investigative commission release responsible report on intelligence failings surrounding 9/11.
Iraq's Niger Quest: Eye Spy reveals the truth behind Iraq's attempts to get uranium.
Secrets of the Spy Trade: Dead letter drops and boxes.
The Bletchley Park Story: The concluding feature on this most important and historic code-breaking British site.
Mossad's Glass Ball: Mossad insist Israel's national passenger airline carry anti-surface-to-air defence systems over London. Why?
CIA's Big WMD Bang.
The Secret War: Armageddon? Israel ready to launch pre-emptive attack on Iran's nuclear facilities.
INTEL: Tracking biological weapons
Saddam Codename Black List One: Eye Spy takes a look at who was in charge and responsible for the intel happenings at Abu Ghraib prison.
Michael Smith's column
Storm Clouds Gather Over MI6
John Walker's Spy Ring
A Chilling Reminder
The Secrets of Rue St Roch: Intelligence Operations Behind Enemy Lines in the First World War, Six Days: How the 1967 War Shaped the Middle East, The Interrogator's War: Inside the Secret War Against Al-Qaeda, Station 43: Audley End House and SOE's Polish Section, Get Rommel: The Secret British Mission to Kill Hitler's Greatest General, Crypto: Secrecy and Privacy in the Cold War, Knights of Darkness: Secrets of the World's Deadliest Night Fighters, Stirling's Men: The Inside History of the SAS in World War II, Midnight in Some Burning Town: British Special Forces Operations From Belgrade to Baghdad, Dictionary of Military Terms, and the Puppet Masters: Spies, Traitors and the Real Forces Behind World Events.
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