Steve Peacock's U.S. Trade & Aid Monitor,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,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),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,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