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    Media Note Washington, DC April 20, 2017 The Department of State has renewed the Charter for the U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy. The bipartisan Commission appraises U.S. government activities intended to understand, inform, and influence foreign publics. It may conduct studies, inquiries, and meetings, as it deems necessary. It may assemble and disseminate information… Continue reading Renewal of the Charter for the Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy

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    Helle Dale / @Helledale / April 19, 2017 / Appointing a new CEO to head U.S. international broadcasting is one of the many tasks on the list for the Trump White House. In part thanks to the snail-paced confirmation process orchestrated by Senate Democrats, the administration’s to-do list is still lengthy and the presidential appointment… Continue reading US International Broadcasting Needs Deep Reform. Here’s What Trump Should Look for in Choosing Its Leader.

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    Sebastien Roblin April 21, 2017 U.S. warplanes flying over Syria today find themselves operating within the range of Russian S-400 surface-to-air missiles. While the U.S. military is unlikely to intentionally attack Russian forces in Syria, the situation highlights the importance of suppressing enemy air defenses—one major tactic U.S. flyers have long relied upon is radar… Continue reading How the Pentagon Plans to Beat Russia and China’s Air Defenses in a War

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    By: Mark Pomerleau, April 21, 2017 (Photo Credit: Army) The Army is getting up-to-date on cyber and electromagnetic activity policies, finally releasing the long-anticipated updated field manual for cyber and EW functions. The document, titled FM 3-12 “Cyberspace and Electronic Warfare Operations,” and dated for mid-April, though publicly released within the last week, replaces FM 3-38,… Continue reading Army releases new cyber, EW field manual

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    WEEK 23:  Don’t trust anyone to tell the whole story? Start with yourself. Do It Yourself Information War “We don’t need another hero We don’t need to know the way home All we want is life beyond the thunderdome” – Tina Turner So you wanna be an Information War hero and win with one bold… Continue reading Baghdad Ten Years Ago – 22 APR 07: DITY Info War

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    Russian opposition politician is seen as an increasingly serious challenger to Putin APRIL 22, 2017 by: Kathrin Hille in Krasnoyarsk When Kremlin officials are asked about Alexei Navalny, they like to laugh off the Russian opposition politician’s chances of challenging president Vladimir Putin. But this week the Kremlin appeared to signal that it takes Mr… Continue reading Kremlin kickstarts Navalny smear campaign

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    Just in case you didn’t turn on your computer since Friday of this past week, there is a little storm brewing around Louise Mensch and Joe Bernstein of Buzzfeed. Louise Mensch, in case you didn’t know, is a former British MP, meaning a member of parliament. For reasons I don’t fully understand, she displaced and… Continue reading Louise Mensch, Joseph Bernstein, and Russian Agents

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    A forthcoming article establishes a connection between Vladislav Surkov and the Russian Invasion of East Ukraine (I can’t bring myself to call it a hybrid war).  The article at Russia Funds and Manages Conflict in Ukraine, Leaks Show is the basis for the article…  which uses InformNapalm documents taken from Vladislav Surkov’s computer. It establishes a direct… Continue reading Russia Supplies Surplus Equipment and Active Duty Russian Military to LPR and DNR in Donbass

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    This article establishes a connection between Vladislav Surkov, Personal Advisor to Russian President Vladimir Putin, and the Russian Invasion of East Ukraine (I can’t bring myself to call it a hybrid war).  The article at Russia Funds and Manages Conflict in Ukraine, Leaks Show is much of the basis for this claim…  which uses InformNapalm/CyberHunta documents. It… Continue reading Russia Runs LPR and DNR in Donbass, Ukraine

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    Anonymous expert compilation, analysis, and reporting. </end editorial> France is dominating MSM traffic, especially Russian hacking of the Macron campaign, and Russian media speculating on how wonderful it would be if a major terrorist attack propelled Le Pen to the Presidency, in turn producing speculation that Russia might arrange or facilitate such an attack, or… Continue reading Russia / Strategy Media Update – 25 April 2017

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