colin at purcell-lee408.fsnet.co.uk
Thu Mar 18 03:19:16 EST 2004
James Cowley could try the UK official MI5 website where the question of
state-sponsored violence is addressed/evaded depending on one's take on
these issues. He might also attempt to set up a dialogue with 5 about his
area of interest.
The Dept. of Peace Studies, University of Bradford, UK could be a useful
source of information re. conflict resolution + intelligence agencies.
I suspect he might have difficulty obtaining the specific evidence he seeks.
An advert in the national newspapers might generate some interesting
Colin R. Purcell-Lee.
----- Original Message -----
From: "sw tpc" <sw_tpc at yahoo.com>
To: <intelforum at his.com>
Sent: Tuesday, March 16, 2004 2:38 PM
Subject: Re: Research Advice
> --- James <jsc2 at aber.ac.uk> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I have been a reader of this forum for sometime but
> > am a first time poster
> > so please forgive any mistakes in form. I am a final
> > year undergraduate
> > studying for a degree in International Politics and
> > Intelligence Studies
> > at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth. I am having
> > some difficulties
> > conducting research for my dissertation, entitled
> > 'State Sanctioned
> > Assassination : Its Uses and Abuses.'
> > Would any forum members familiar with this area of
> > intelligence be willing
> > to undertake some form of correspondance via email
> > to be used as interview
> > material? If anyone can proffer advice on how to go
> > about finding sources
> > it would be most appreciated.
> > James Cowley
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