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How to Deal With RUSSIAN Information Warfare? Ask Sweden’s Subhunters

Other nations can learn from the Swedes’ long experience with mysterious incidents followed by disinformation campaigns. By – Elisabeth Braw A mysterious incident occurs. It can’t be conclusively attributed, but the targeted country pins the attack with near-certainty on another country — which unleashes a disinformation campaign, ridiculing the target and proposing a range of other explanations. The UK in 2018? Yes – ...

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Russian warship to fire SIX MILES off Sweden coast

Northern Fleet missile cruiser the Marshal Ustinov has been deployed to the Barents Sea for live firing drills between April 4-6, TASS reported, citing the Russian Navy’s press service. By –  Joshua Nevett The military exercises will take place in six miles south off Karlskrona, in Sweden’s southeastern Blekinge County, Swedish newspaper Expressen reports. The missile system tests – on the doorstep of ...

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Turkey Destroy Fundamental Right, Becoming More of a DICTATORSHIP

Today, news broke that Turkey’s government destroyed one of its citizens’ most fundamental rights. The country is added to a growing list of unchecked dictatorships around the world. By – Adam Casalino If we don’t defend our freedoms, they will be taken away. Each generation must stand up for their God-given rights. Governments across the globe daily seek to erode our ...

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The John Bolton’s Effect on Global Security

John Bolton, who last year was blocked from regularly visiting the White House, will become President Donald Trump’s third national security adviser in 14 months, granting the unpredictable commander in chief unfettered access to the former U.N. ambassador’s brashly hawkish and interventionist ideas. By – Paul D. Shinkma Since Trump tweeted the announcement late Thursday – reportedly surprising National Security Council staff – advisers have ...

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Putin At War: Battles on Twitter over the Skripal poisoning case

Since the British government accused Russia of an “illegal use of force” against the United Kingdom by attempting to poison former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in the English city of Salisbury, Twitter has become a battleground. By – Ben Nimmo  Supporters and defenders of the Russian government have clashed over who was to blame, and which side to ...

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Russia President Vladimir Putin mocks Mueller charges as ‘yelling and hollering’

Russian President Vladimir Putin called on the United States government to provide evidence his citizens meddled in the 2016 presidential election, dismissing the allegations as nothing more than “yelling and hollering” in Washington. By – Jessica Schladebeck  “I have to see first what they’ve done. Give us materials, give us information,” Putin said in a recent interview with NBC’s Megyn Kelly. Special counsel ...

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‘Kill Them All’: New ISIS Call for Truck Attacks as Stockholm Terrorist Goes on Trial

A pro-ISIS group has been issuing a wave of online posters in English and Arabic encouraging would-be jihadists to conduct simple attacks at home employing a variety of methods. By – Bridget Johnson The latest poster from the media group calling itself Muharar al-Ansar shows the front of a white cargo truck similar to that used to kill 86 people in ...

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Key Russian oligarch in touch with Russia, Assad before mercenaries attacked US troops

Before a Russian mercenary attack on US and allied forces in Syria earlier this month, the Russian oligarch believed to control the mercenaries — a man who the US special counsel indicted last week — was “in close touch” with Russian and Syrian officials, The Washington Post reported Thursday evening. By –  Eli Watkins The Post, citing US intelligence reports, said intercepted communications showed the ...

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Sweden fears of possible Russian election meddling

Russia could try to influence the outcome of national elections in Sweden in September if authorities in Moscow feel their strategic interests are threatened, the Swedish security service said on Thursday. By – Johan Ahlander  The service’s head of counter-intelligence, Daniel Stenling, cited membership of NATO – which Sweden has debated joining – and security around the Baltic Sea as two ...

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Iran’s Most Famous General Is More Popular Than President

The head of Iran’s most secretive, elite force has become increasingly popular at home as he helps expand Tehran’s influence through military victories by allies across the Middle East. By – Tom O’Connor Major General Qassem Soleimani, head of the expeditionary Quds Force branch of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), enjoyed a “very favorable” view among 67.7 percent of Iranians, according ...

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