A multidimensional meeting of the leaders of military intelligence in the region took place in the GOU of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine June 25, 2018 An international special event of such a level of representation was first held in Ukraine since the beginning of Russian armed aggression against our state Within a few… Continue reading Eight Countries Military Intelligence Meet With Ministry of Defense of Ukraine
Today, Arkady Babchenko (Аркадий Бабченко)shared his words on Facebook about his current situation following the fake assassination. Russia was embarrassed, so obviously, Russia is going to try to squash this little bug. That is all he is to Russia. He caused Russia embarrassment, so he means even less and they also have an incentive to… Continue reading Arkady Babchenko Fears Another Russian Assassination Attempt
Thank goodness for good journalism. It still exists. Bloomberg mistakenly marked Crimea as a part of Russia on a map. The Ukrainian Embassy in the US called out the mistake. Bloomberg corrected the error and the correction was noted. Crimea is Ukraine.
A weak and feckless response by President Obama enabled Russia to not only illegally occupy Crimea with nary a repercussion but enabled Russia to invade Donbas and keep a long-term simmering war in Ukraine as a festering, non-healing wound. The 44th President enabled Russia to act loudly, brashly, and boldly, with most actions being illegal,… Continue reading Weak Response To Russian Meddling Emboldened Moscow, Official Says
Monday, 18 June 2018, 10:58 Speaking at the end of a closed-door meeting on religious freedom at the US Embassy to the Holy See, Major Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk, head of the Greek Catholic Ukrainian Church, stressed that “it is a matter of fact that the war in Ukraine has become a silent war.” The meeting… Continue reading Archbishop: Russian invasion of Ukraine is a ‘silent war’
I just read a moving article. It was heartfelt, emotionally evocative, and for someone not conversant in Russian Information Warfare, convincing. I was sent the entire article by a close friend. This is my review of “Our democracy is more important than Facebook’s profits“. While the article contains quite a few very good points, to… Continue reading On “Our democracy is more important than Facebook’s profits”
Anonymous expert compilation, analysis, and reporting. </end editorial> A very busy week in Ukraine, prior to Putin’s latest invasion threat, and his Siloviki warning about the “… danger that Ukrainian diversionary groups will enter Russia and carry out terrorist attacks …”. Pres Poroshenko has phone exchange with SECSTATE Pompeo, German and Estonian leadership visit Donbass, Canada’s… Continue reading Ukraine Ad Hoc Media Update (24)