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Notes on Contributors

JOHN STONE

is a former Secretary of the Australian Treasury and Senator, and is
the Honorary Secretary of The Samuel Griffith Society.


DR. ANDREW CAMPBELL

has previously contributed articles to this journal examining Soviet
intelligence, intelligence methodologies and clandestine political
action in regard to Australia-United States relations, and has a
special interest in history, development and trends in Russian
intelligence services.

PROFESSOR JOEL BRIND


is Professor of Human Biology and Endocrinology at Baruch
College of the City of New York.


RICHARD BULLIVANT

is a former intelligence officer at the Office of National
Assessments.


T.E. BOSTOCK

is a former partner at Mallesons Stephen Jacques and is a
consultant with Gadens Lawyers.


R.J. STOVE

is a writer and commentator on public affairs and has had
numerous articles published in Quadrant, National Observer,
Chronicles and The American Conservative, and his work The
Unsleeping Eye: A Brief History of the Secret Police and Their
Victims was published in 2004.


DR. I.C.F. SPRY Q.C.

is a Queen’s Counsel, the Editor of National Observer and a former
member of the Law Faculties of the University of Melbourne and
Monash University.

 

National Observer No. 66 - Spring 2005