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Ukraine / Russia Ad Hoc Media Update (246)


Anonymous, expert compilation, analysis, and reporting. </end editorial> ———————————————————– SECDEF Esper on INF blowback. Amb Huntsman to sadly retire from Muscovy. Finnish minesweeper enters Russian waters. Russian VDV copies Ukrainian VDV. Russia’s donation of relics to Serbia. Slovakia’s Vipers. CW sanctions on Russia. Much on continuing protests in Russia. Ukrainian media citing Russia opposition websites… Continue reading Ukraine / Russia Ad Hoc Media Update (246)

Information operations · Information Warfare · Russia · Ukraine

Ukraine / Russia Ad Hoc Media Update (245)


Anonymous expert compilation, analysis, and reporting. The Mainstream media is starting to pick up on the importance of the protests in Moscow.  I received a CNN alert about the hundreds arrested.  This does not mark the end of the world, as some say, and it’s certainly not the end of Russia or Putin.  It does, however,… Continue reading Ukraine / Russia Ad Hoc Media Update (245)

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Ukraine / Russia Ad Hoc Media Update (244)


Anonymous expert compilation, analysis, and reporting. My apologies for the mixup on the previous ‘244’.  I deleted the ‘fake’ 244.  </end editorial> Vale INF – Muscovy gets what it wants, freedom to threaten everybody with GLCMs and IRBMs. Ryabkov already threatening deployments close to the US. More on Russian aerial and naval provocations. Nordstream 2… Continue reading Ukraine / Russia Ad Hoc Media Update (244)

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Ukraine / Russia Ad Hoc Media Update (243)


Anonymous expert compilation, analysis, and reporting. </end editorial> INF expiry. Senate FRC pushes Nordstream 2 sanctions bill forward – much to the chagrin of Russia’s little helpers in the US media. Analyses on Muscovy’s alliance-of-convenience with Beijing. More on OneWeb, Mayak radiation leak and the Su-57. Much again on the Moscow protests and the campaign… Continue reading Ukraine / Russia Ad Hoc Media Update (243)

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Poroshenko: “We failed to protect ourselves against Russian information aggression.”


Former Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko took blame for his lack of a defense against Russian information aggression.  In an interview with Ukrayinska Pravda, Poroshenko admitted the lack of capability to protect against Russian propaganda, fake news,  disinformation, and other malign information.  Ukraine President Ze has stated he wants to counter Russian propaganda.  Russia’s President Putin… Continue reading Poroshenko: “We failed to protect ourselves against Russian information aggression.”

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Alliance for Securing Democracy: Securing Democracy Dispatch


Securing Democracy Dispatch   July 29, 2019 Our Take In testimony to Congress last week, former Special Counsel Robert Mueller highlighted the scope of the threat posed by Russian interference, Director Laura Rosenberger emphasized for NPR and in Just Security. On NPR’s All Things Considered, Non-Resident Fellow Clint Watts argued that the erosion and subversion… Continue reading Alliance for Securing Democracy: Securing Democracy Dispatch

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Ukraine / Russia Ad Hoc Media Update (240)


Anonymous expert compilation, analysis, and reporting. First, when dealing with anything Russia does, ask why.  Why did Russia return the dog taken with the 24 captured Ukrainian sailors first?  A dog from the captured tug “Yana Kapu” returned to Ukraine Dog of Ukrainian sailors detained in Russia returned Certainly the dog does not exceed Russia’s… Continue reading Ukraine / Russia Ad Hoc Media Update (240)