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Australia 1975

The following Wikipedia article recounts allegations that the CIA supported Sir John Kerr in his move to dismiss Gough Whitlam in favor of Malcolm Fraser in the 1975 Australian federal election: see Australian constitutional crisis of 1975. The article states, "A minority of commentators believe the United States was involved."

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Australia 1977

U.S. President Jimmy Carter sends a message to the Australian Government denying allegations of CIA meddling in the Whitlam government made by convicted Soviet spy, Christopher John Boyce.[1]

Australia 1999

Counterintelligence

[2] An indication of the United States' close operational cooperation is the creation of a new message distribution label within the main US military communications network. Previously, the marking of NOFORN (i.e., NO FOREIGN NATIONALS) required the originator to specify which, if any, non-US countries could receive the information. A new handling caveat, USA/AUS/CAN/GBR/NZL EYES ONLY, used primarily on intelligence messages, gives an easier way to indicate that the material can be shared with Australia, Canada, Great Britain, and New Zealand.

References

  1. ^ "Carter denied CIA meddling", by Mike Steketee, "The Australian", January 1, 2008
  2. ^ US Defense Information Services Agency (19 March 1999), DMS [Defense Messaging Service GENSER [General Service] Message Security Classifications, Categories, and Marking Phrase Requirements Version 1.2], http://www.fas.org/sgp/othergov/dod/genser.pdf  

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