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Eastern Europe Russia War Scenarios

Three Scenarios worth discussion. The people of Kharkiv strongly resisted the separatist scenario in 2014-2015. Demonstrations for Ukraine were consistently well-attended, despite the obvious threat of violence. A university city, the fragmented nature of Kharkiv is quite distinct from the … Continue reading

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The Dark Hackers

Today was a summit of the best minds in the computer world. The hackers who hacked google and others are increasing their appetite for money. They well funded and have support in equipment and hosting. They hit targets for money. … Continue reading

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Paul Tudor Jones Warns of a Terrifying Stock Market Bubble in 2017

Hedge fund legend Paul Tudor Jones says this ‘terrifying’ chart should freak out the Fed Tudor Jones was referring to a chart of the stock market’s value versus the economy, showing valuations not seen since the dot-com bubble of 2000. … Continue reading

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Venezuela’s Anti-government Protests

Thousands of Venezuelans took to the streets in Caracas on Wednesday, protesting President Nicolás Maduro. At least six Venezuelans have already died this month in what have been the biggest anti-government protests since 2014. General Motors says Venezuela illegally seized … Continue reading

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About that St. Petersburg bombing

The death toll in a suicide attack in St. Petersburg rose to 16 The explosion in the underground of St. Petersburg took place on April 3 on the stretch between the stations “Sennaya” and “Institute of Technology”. Suicide bomber Akbarzhon … Continue reading

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Syria and Chemical Weapons

Two chemical weapon attacks by Syria March 24 March 30 prior to April 4 attack. _ Rex Tillerson The White House and the UK blamed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime for the attack that struck the rebel-held town of Khan … Continue reading

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“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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