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Radio Free Europe receives notification of possible registration as foreign agent in Russia


Well, that didn’t take long.   Actually, “possible registration”. You know it’s coming, he knows it’s coming, the only person that doesn’t know it’s not coming is…  I dunno.  This tit for tat game that Russia is playing is growing tiresome.  The problem is that each time Russia retaliates it suffers more than anyone else. Russia… Continue reading Radio Free Europe receives notification of possible registration as foreign agent in Russia

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Russia Charges Ukrainian Journalist With Espionage


Ukrainian journalist Roman Sushchenko, who was detained in Russia on September 30, has been charged with espionage. Sushchenko’s lawyer, Mark Feigin, told TASS on October 7 that his client was officially charged with espionage, adding that Sushchenko pleaded not guilty. Sushchenko, a Paris-based correspondent of the Ukrinform news agency, was detained in Moscow on suspicion… Continue reading Russia Charges Ukrainian Journalist With Espionage

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My Secret Service ‘Diploma’ Shows What Macedonia Has Become


This is what we fear in the US with the government openly monitoring our conversations. I worked in intelligence for years and strongly backed security over privacy. Today I am not so sure. I have seen this abused, especially since 9-11-2001, in many different ways. Unimpeded access to iPhones is yet another way to erode… Continue reading My Secret Service ‘Diploma’ Shows What Macedonia Has Become