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InfowarCon 2018: CALL FOR PAPERS


Guys and Gals of the information warfare community, information operations world, strategic communications, public diplomacy, cybersecurity, cyberwarfare, electronic warfare, etc – InfowarCon is THE event that you should attend.   I’ve been to quite a few of these through the years. Founded by Winn Schwartau back when the concept of information warfare was just gaining traction… Continue reading InfowarCon 2018: CALL FOR PAPERS

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Russia: The Next Slice of Salami


May 17, 2016 By Maxim Trudolyubov @russiafiles Living in Russia and being involved in politics (or just writing about it or worrying about it) creates an odd sense of time. Political time in Russia moves at a carefully measured pace. It creeps along, rather than passing. New legislation, new rules, new prices, new problems for… Continue reading Russia: The Next Slice of Salami

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National Security Council: Fractured Advice, Conflicting Messages


Now, more than ever, we need a National Information Strategy that is insulated from domestic politics. This article highlights several serious problems which this administration is loathe to admit, Democrats cannot stop cheerleading enough to see, and that Republicans cannot stop attacking enough to fix this. We have a severe lack of military experience in… Continue reading National Security Council: Fractured Advice, Conflicting Messages

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“Al-Jazeera” Denies Closing Their Syrian Coverage Office


Al-Jazeera is widely regarded as neutral and reporting is mostly unbiased and has mostly fair and objective reporting. If the Assad regime is leaning on Al-Jazeera, this is a serious censorship problem. Al-Jazeera channel confirmed to ElDorar AlShamia network, thatAl-Jazeera’s office in the Turkish city of Gaziantep continues its coverage of the Syrian events, and… Continue reading “Al-Jazeera” Denies Closing Their Syrian Coverage Office