Foreign Control Watchdog 121

Foreign Control Watchdog 121 - August 2009


greenball Let’s Dig A Bigger Hole! Which Seems To The Government’s Only Response To The Crisis, by Murray Horton
greenball The State Is Back: Back In Fashion, Back In Business, Back In Charge, by Bryan Gould
greenball “Obsolete”! : Christchurch City Council Quietly Scraps Its Progressive Foreign Investment Policy, by Murray Horton
greenball Move Along, Folks – Nothing To See Here: How National’s Broadcasting Policy Cover-Up Favours Sky, by Peter A Thompson
greenball Purchase Advisers, by Sue Newberry and Alan Robb
greenball Profiting From Imprisonment: Maori Party Smoothes The Way For Private Prisons, by John Minto
greenball Let There Be (A Heavily Censored Version Of) Light! SIS Files Update, by Murray Horton
greenball Activist Annals, by Maire Leadbeater
greenball Spooks: What SIS Files Tell Us About The SIS, by Liz Gordon
greenball Food And Free Trade Theory: Peddling Snake Poison by Dennis Small
greenball Reviews, by Jeremy Agar
“The Bases Of Empire: The Global Struggle Against US Military Posts”, edited by Catherine Lutz
“Island Of Shame”, by David Vine
“Kiwi Compañeros: New Zealand And The Spanish Civil War”, edited by Mark Derby
“The Take”, A DVD by Avi Lewis and Naomi Klein
greenball Obituaries, by Murray Horton, Jim Consedine, Nick Wilson and Cath Wallace
Ray Scott
Ian Prior
greenball Asleep At The Wheel: Government’s Foreign Investment “Oversight” Policy, by Murray Horton

The hard copy edition also included an article entitled Forecasting New Zealand's Net International Investment Position by Brian Easton. This was reproduced, with his kind permission, from his Website

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