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    Ukrainian authorities have sufficient evidence at their disposal proving that Russia’s seizure of Crimea was a premeditated move, and the active phase of the plan’s implementation began in 2013, Justice Minister Pavlo Petrenko told a Kyiv press conference Thursday, according to a UNIAN correspondent. Politics 18:20, 09 February 2017 136 READ LATER REUTERS “We have been able… Continue reading Russia was preparing to annex Crimea in 2013: Justice Ministry says has enough evidence

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    9th February 2017 Download publication file (2.53 MB) Editors Dr. Vladimir Sazonov, M.A. Kristiina Müür and Dr. Holger Mölder Authors Dr. Vladimir Sazonov, Dr. Holger Mölder, M.A. Kristiina Müür, Prof. Dr. Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt, M.A. Igor Kopõtin, COL (ret.) Aarne Ermus, MAJ Karl Salum, CPT Andrei Šlabovitš, Dr. Viljar Veebel and Dr. René Värk Leader of… Continue reading Russian Information Campaign Against the Ukrainian State and Defence Forces

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    It’s not quite the 36 infantry battalions that President Donald Trump has cited, but the Marine Corps is asking Congress for its biggest force increase in nearly a decade. The assistant commandant of the Marine Corps, Gen. Glenn Walters, asked lawmakers Wednesday for 194,000 troops — a 12,000-Marine increase from the current force strength of… Continue reading Corps Wants 12K More Marines to Boost Cyber, Info Ops, ISR

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  • 02/10/17--12:53: We Are In A War Of Ideas
  • Why Information Is More Important Than Cyber I speak with reporters almost every day, they want to know about the Russian hacking. I tell them, quite plainly, Russia hacked us, they’re still hacking us, and they will continue to hack us. We can only stop a percentage, the network administrators are only human.  They need to… Continue reading We Are In A War Of Ideas

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    First, we need a “National Information Strategy”.  Making a great strategy takes time, so that effort must start immediately. Any and all maneuvering in the information space must fit within the limits stated there. Next, we need to establish Measures of Effectiveness or MOE. A combination of academics, practitioners, policy wonks, and corporate experts must… Continue reading How Do We Fight A War Of Ideas?

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    WEEK 13 – 11 Feb 07 Last Chance  From half way around the world, most of the US pundits and politicians are saying this is the last chance.  At times, all of the negativity can be distracting and, if one is not mindful, even demoralizing.  Whether it is Iraq’s last chance is up in the… Continue reading Baghdad Ten Years Ago: 11 FEB 07

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    Dear Mr. President, Attention: the future National Security Advisor For the past eight years, the position of Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications was not filled properly and was not executed, almost not at all. As a result, the Strategic Communications community and capabilities of the United States suffered. This came at a tremendous cost… Continue reading Spotlight: Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications

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    Major General Lawlor brings up a good idea, an ‘information Manhattan Project’, but he only teases at the concept.  We have only just begun to grasp the wide range and depth of the ideas we must not only recognize, but to perceive, determine response options, do the proper planning, coordinate and synchronize responses, and then… Continue reading Time for an ‘information Manhattan Project’

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    There’s a new automated propaganda machine driving global politics. How it works and what it will mean for the future of democracy. BERIT ANDERSON AND BRETT HORVATH ILLUSTRATION BY CODY FITZGERALD “This is a propaganda machine. It’s targeting people individually to recruit them to an idea. It’s a level of social engineering that I’ve never… Continue reading The Rise of the Weaponized AI Propaganda Machine

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    Full disclosure: I had a small number of UK reporters contact me regarding my blog: “Russian Proxy “News” Site Exposed: YourNewsWire“, asking for my opinion, doing research on Sean Adl-Tabatabai.  I simply can’t remember if this reporter spoke with me or not.  It’s been 18 months since I wrote that blog and I still stand by my… Continue reading Sean Adl-Tabatabai on being in the eye of the ‘fake news’ storm

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    WEEK 14 – 17 Feb 07: Say Something The following is a true story.  The names were changed to protect the guilty. Last September, Mike and Barbara dropped off their oldest daughter, Jan, at college near Houston some two hundred miles from home.  They unloaded the car, set up Jan’s dorm room, had lunch and… Continue reading Baghdad Ten Years Ago: 17 FEB 07

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    February 17, 2017 | Jordana Mishory Inside the Army – February 20, 2017 The Pentagon’s advanced research arm is seeking industry’s input to develop an architecture to enhance offensive swarming tactics with an eye for how this could help in challenging urban environments, according to a new broad agency announcement. The Defense Advanced Research Projects… Continue reading DARPA releases BAA for offensive swarming technologies

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    World Affairs Winter 2009 The Human Element: When Gadgetry Becomes Strategy H. R. McMaster http://www.worldaffairsjournal.org/2009%20-%20Winter/full-McMaster.html Wrong, terribly wrong The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and the political debates concerning the nature and scope of U.S. involvement in those countries, have resurrected the “lessons” of Vietnam once again. Far from having kicked the “Vietnam syndrome,” as… Continue reading The Human Element: When Gadgetry Becomes Strategy H. R. McMaster

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    As least they won’t be as bad as Levada, in Russia.   Levada published a few reports which could be interpreted as critical of Russia and got shut down by the government.  A few short months later and they were working again. They are owned. </end editorial> Brent Moulton January 24, 2017 Are the White… Continue reading Why I’m Concerned About the Independence of U.S. Statistical Agencies

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    I give some rather harsh opinions in this blog about the performance of the job of Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications (DNSA/SC) for the past eight years in this blog.  These are my personal observations as an expert in the field, the chief person at a non-profit coordinating the leaders in their respective fields… Continue reading Reading List: Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications

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    Whoo hoo!   My anonymous expert, who has compiled, analyzed, and reported these reports on Russia, has produced 100 of these.  This is #100! I missed quite a few, but I’m pleased to share them with you.  </end editorial> Russian propaganda machine turns on POTUS, and launches personal attacks. This is consistent with their escalation… Continue reading Russia / New Administration Media Ad Hoc – 21 Feb 2017

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    A few months ago I began noticing Russian sites posting copies of mostly US publications on Information Operations, some Electronic Warfare, but very, very few about cyberwar. I noticed a few trends. All the domains are used once The spellings of the domains are seemingly random Many of the books are copyrighted and blatantly stolen… Continue reading Russian Interest In US Information Operations from 1 – 20 February 2017

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    *argh*  The phrase “What we’ve got here is failure to communicate” is a quotation from the 1967 film Cool Hand Luke, spoken in the movie first by Strother Martin (as the Captain, a prison warden) and later, abridged, by Paul Newman (as Luke, a stubborn prisoner). – Wikipedia Dr. Ken Geers is a friend of… Continue reading “What we’ve got here is failure to communicate”

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    Seldom do I label anyone a Useful Idiot or Propagandist for Russia, but Dan Kovalik has worked hard to earn that title with this piece. As an expert, I proudly declare, he deserves it. He has light years to go to be on the same level as Stephen F. Cohen, but he’s trying. As I… Continue reading Dan Kovalik, Russian Useful Idiot Or Propagandist?

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    Hollywood Made in China American studios want a bigger piece of China’s USD 6.8 billion box office. They are willing to edit scripts and flatter China to get it. The Chinese government wants to limit American cultural influence in China, but also to use Hollywood to build China’s soft power. Washington has taken note of… Continue reading Event: Hollywood Made in China

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