Steve Peacock's U.S. Trade & Aid Monitor tag:typepad.com,2003:weblog-94161205314098957 2012-08-16T13:24:24-04:00 Original reporting on little-known U.S. government funded foreign aid projects, so-called "drug war" initiatives, and overseas business subsidies. TypePad Hillary Goes to Hollywood, Hollywood Comes to Hillary tag:typepad.com,2003:post-6a00d834515b9569e20177442241d2970d 2012-08-16T13:24:24-04:00 2012-08-16T13:28:54-04:00 Equipping U.S. embassies with the unlimited ability to show movies to residents and visitors over the next five years could cost taxpayers more than $1.5 million. The U.S. Department of State claims the expenditure is necessary since the U.S. uses "feature films as programming tools to support foreign policy objectives." Steve Peacock "The Whistleblower" (movie trailer) tag:typepad.com,2003:post-6a00d834515b9569e20153907459c9970b 2011-08-05T11:09:26-04:00 2011-08-05T11:09:26-04:00 Though a fictional account,The Whistleblower appears to be critically relevant to some of the global contracting issues that U.S. Trade & Aid Monitor attempts to address Steve Peacock Army Seeks Industry Advice on Missile Technology Strategic Plan tag:typepad.com,2003:post-6a00d834515b9569e2014e8824029e970d 2006-07-10T00:00:00-04:00 2006-07-10T00:00:00-04:00 The development of advanced missile technology and related munitions -- and the deployment of those airborne weapons of mass destruction nearly two decades from now -- is in the early planning stages at the U.S. Army, TPR has discovered. This summer the Army Aviation & Missile Command will not be... Steve Peacock