Monthly Archives: March 2017

“Transnistrian scenario” in Donbas

Chronologically, Russia’s 1992 aggression against Moldova in Transnistria became the “mother of frozen conflicts,” initiated and then frozen (or heated up again as needed) by post-Soviet Russia. In many ways, the Transnistria conflict presaged the methodology of Russia’s conflict undertakings … Continue reading

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Belarus Protests

Belarus has defended the arrests of hundreds of people who were taking part in rare protests on Saturday. About 400 people were arrested on Saturday while participating in an unsanctioned protest against the authoritarian government of President Alexander Lukashenko, who … Continue reading

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North Korea – Tillerson Showdown?

“The policy of strategic patience has ended,” Mr. Tillerson said, a reference to the term used by the Obama administration to describe a policy of waiting out the North Koreans, while gradually ratcheting up sanctions and covert action. “We are … Continue reading

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Wikileaks CIA Files – What this means for Internet security and encryption

from blogger  at https://protonmail.com/blog/cia-wikileaks-encryption/ Posted on March 8, 2017 by Andy Yen wikileaks cia vault7 Earlier today, Wikileaks dumped a large database of secret documents from the CIA in a released dubbed #Vault7. Here we do a deeper analysis of the … Continue reading

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