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This new post from The Strategy Bridge has all the right intentions.  What’s missing is the discussion of structural impediments within the NSC and its inability to direct any resources within the departments without a Presidential Directive and even then it is limited.  Yes, there are some PDDs that live on past one administration but...
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From Defense One: A broad disinformation campaign of fake news and other tricks aims to turn the Baltic nation’s public against the alliance. FORT BRAGG, North Carolina — The Russian effort to smear NATO’s reputation in Lithuania is broader than previously revealed — and is likely a harbinger of future disinformation campaigns in the country, throughout...
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The latest Kremlin Watch Briefing from the European Values Center for Security Policy Topics of the Week Russian exploits in Africa: Strategic goal or a testing ground for the Kremlin? How does GRU attack Android phones? Kremlin’s Current Narrative: China is a victim of US aggression  
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From The Hill:  Some good news in the cyber-domain. State election officials said Ohio detected and stopped an election-related cyberattack earlier this month, The Associated Press reported.
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The latest from the Alliance for Securing Democracy The Russian government is doubling down on its victory from 2016 by advancing false narratives inside our country again, such as the notion that Ukraine meddled in the U.S. presidential election, Non-Resident Fellow Clint Watts told Ali Velshi on MSNBC. Authentic domestic voices that pick up Moscow’s...
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Syracuse’s racist AirDrop incident is the terrifying future of information warfare Syracuse University in upstate New York has been rocked by an escalating series of racist incidents that have ultimately prompted the involvement of the FBI and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo. While racist provocation on college campuses is nothing new, the volume of back-to-back...
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