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- 07/20/17--04:20: Russia Increasingly Promoting Stalin
- 07/20/17--05:56: Moscow Cannot Afford a South Ossetian Strategy in Ukraine’s Donbas
- 07/20/17--06:02: 38 governors sign cybersecurity compact
- 07/20/17--06:13: Event: Politics, Hacking, and the New Russia
- 07/20/17--06:16: Event: Examining the Geopolitical Impact of the 4th Estate
- 07/20/17--06:21: US Army Seeks Internet-of-Battlefield-Things, Distributed Bot Swarms
- 07/20/17--06:28: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING? CYBER COMMAND AND THE NSA
- 07/20/17--06:34: Kremlin TV: Singing from the same hymn sheet
A Russian Foreign Ministry official posted this on his Facebook page today. Nearly two-thirds of Russians support the installation of Stalin memorial signs Acceptance of this mass murderer in Russia is being pushed by Putin and his administration is helping sell the idea. The survey was conducted by VTsIOM. I wasn’t familiar with them, being more… Continue reading Russia Increasingly Promoting Stalin
Making Sense of Russian Hybrid Warfare: A Brief Assessment of the Russo–Ukrainian War Preface Russian warfare in the 21st century has ushered in a new paradigm—one in which states are in perpetual conflict with one another in a manner that best operates in the shadows. This model, known to Americans and most Westerners as hybrid… Continue reading Making Sense of Russian Hybrid Warfare: A Brief Assessment of the Russo–Ukrainian War
FOREWORD As noted in the U.S. Army Operating Concept,1 senior leaders and planners face a very complex, unpredictable world. Witness for example, Russia entering the fight against the Islamic State, and then its subsequent alleged withdrawal of forces from Syria. Russia’s actions certainly caught many by surprise—but should they have? Predicting Russia’s actions is indeed… Continue reading Strategic Landpower And A Resurgent Russia: An Operational Approach To Deterrence
Publication: Eurasia Daily Monitor Volume: 14 Issue: 94 By: Paul Goble July 18, 2017 08:12 PM Age: 2 days Vladimir Putin has slammed the brakes on a much-ballyhooed Duma proposal to offer Ukrainians in the occupied Donbas region Russian citizenship on a simplified basis (Kommersant, July 18). Almost certainly, the initiative was abandoned because if these individuals… Continue reading Moscow Cannot Afford a South Ossetian Strategy in Ukraine’s Donbas
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe wants to run as the Democratic candidate for President in 2020 and is positioning himself to appear as a national player. This is, however, a good initiative and much needed. </end editorial> By Jason Shueh JULY 17, 2017 12:12 PM Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe calls for universal cybersecurity measures at the National Association… Continue reading 38 governors sign cybersecurity compact
You are cordially invited to a lecture on the topic of Politics, Hacking, and the New Russia with Jack Thomas Tomarchio Principal, Agoge Group, LLC Former Principal Deputy Under Secretary for Intelligence and Analysis Operations Thursday, July 20 12:30-2:30 PM The Institute of World Politics 1521 16th Street NW Washington, D.C. Parking Register About the lecture… Continue reading Event: Politics, Hacking, and the New Russia
Friday, July 21, 2017 9:30 am – 10:30 am CSIS Headquarters REGISTRATION ADD TO CALENDAR Email The email to associate with this registration. First name This field is required. Last name This field is required. Organization Title Attendance This field is required. – Select a value – In-Person Online CANCEL Please join the Center for Strategic and International… Continue reading Event: Examining the Geopolitical Impact of the 4th Estate
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BY PATRICK TUCKER JULY 18, 2017 After nearly two decades of war against technologically unsophisticated foes, the Army Research Lab is reorienting to counter China and Russia. The Army Research Lab is turning more of its attention to fighting land wars against far more technologically sophisticated adversaries than it has in the past several decades. In… Continue reading US Army Seeks Internet-of-Battlefield-Things, Distributed Bot Swarms
Regardless of these crucial authorities and any new command arrangements, what will Cyber Command’s role be in protecting the country from threats like Russian information operations? Maybe it’s time we get away from using “cyber” as the description of what needs to be done, and instead, think about what an Information Warfare Command would look… Continue reading MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING? CYBER COMMAND AND THE NSA
July 19, 2017 – 21:37 Context By East Stratcom “The West is the cause of all problems in the world, whereas Russia is invariably the only source of positive hope”. This is the conclusion of a recent study on the messages from Russian TV channels in Moldova, published by the Association of independent press (API). In spring 2017,… Continue reading Kremlin TV: Singing from the same hymn sheet