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    The Best Countries Understand ‘Soft Power’
    Jan27

    The Best Countries Understand ‘Soft Power’

    Cross-posted from U.S. News and World ReportDAVOS, Switzerland — While global leaders who gathered at the World Economic Forum’s meeting debate solutions to social, political and economic uncertainty, quietly a new force is gaining credibility around the world: the desire for “soft power.”Let’s start with the data....

    Poland advances in transparency ranking
    Jan27

    Poland advances in transparency ranking

    Poland ranked 30th in a report on the government transparency level published by Transparency International, thus it recorded a five spot advance compared with the previous edition. Denmark came in first among 168 countries included in the analysis. When it comes to the CEE region, only Estonia performed better than Poland (23rd place). The...

    Hackers may have wider access to Ukrainian industrial facilities
    Jan27

    Hackers may have wider access to Ukrainian industrial facilities

    Hackers were able to attack four sections of Ukraine’s power grid with malware late last year because of basic security lapses and they could take down other industrial facilities at any time, a consultant to government investigators said. …read more Source: Channel...

    First Nations might be OK with Wernick in top job
    Jan27

    First Nations might be OK with Wernick in top job

    If you were to listen to Conservative attacks you’d think the Trudeau government was soft on Islamic State terrorism, indifferent to the economic travails of the oil and gas industry, too ready to make nice with nasty Iran, insufficiently friendly to Israel, and not as supportive of Ukraine vis-à-vis Russia as it should be. Conservatives...

    Exclusive – Hackers may have wider access to Ukrainian industrial facilities
    Jan27

    Exclusive – Hackers may have wider access to Ukrainian industrial facilities

    KIEV (Reuters) – Hackers were able to attack four sections of Ukraine’s power grid with malware late last year because of basic security lapses and they could take down other industrial facilities at any time, a consultant to government investigators said. …read more Source: The...

    Exclusive – Hackers may have wider access to Ukrainian industrial facilities
    Jan27

    Exclusive – Hackers may have wider access to Ukrainian industrial facilities

    Hackers were able to attack four sections of Ukraine’s power grid with malware late last year because of basic security lapses and they could take down other industrial facilities at any time, a consultant to government investigators said. …read more Source: Channel...

    NATO may start using military tactics to try and combat Russian propaganda
    Jan27

    NATO may start using military tactics to try and combat Russian propaganda

    Thomson ReutersNATO may combat Kremlin “weaponization of information” used to support action such as the 2014 seizure of Crimea by creating a new more powerful communications section and declassifying more sensitive material, according to draft plans. Both NATO and the European Union are concerned by Russia’s ability to use...

    NATO looks to combat Russia’s ‘information weapon’: document
    Jan27

    NATO looks to combat Russia’s ‘information weapon’: document

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – NATO may combat Kremlin “weaponization of information” used to support action such as the 2014 seizure of Crimea by creating a new more powerful communications section and declassifying more sensitive material, according to draft plans. …read more Source:...

    NATO looks to combat Russia’s ‘information weapon:’ document
    Jan27

    NATO looks to combat Russia’s ‘information weapon:’ document

    NATO may combat Kremlin “weaponization of information” used to support action such as the 2014 seizure of Crimea by creating a new more powerful communications section and declassifying more sensitive material, according to draft plans …read more Source: The Daily...

    NATO looks to combat Russia's 'information weapon' – document
    Jan27

    NATO looks to combat Russia's 'information weapon' – document

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – NATO may combat Kremlin “weaponisation of information” used to support action such as the 2014 seizure of Crimea by creating a new more powerful communications section and declassifying more sensitive material, according to draft plans. …read more Source: The...