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    Ukraine’s Defense Ministry Says Website Targeted By Cyberattacks
    Dec13

    Ukraine’s Defense Ministry Says Website Targeted By Cyberattacks

    Ukraine’s Defense Ministry says its website was temporarily knocked out of service by cyberattacks that appeared to be aimed at preventing the release of news about Kyiv’s conflict in eastern regions with Russia-backed separatists. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Robert Reich: 6 Reasons Why Trump’s Presidency Is Illegitimate
    Dec13

    Robert Reich: 6 Reasons Why Trump’s Presidency Is Illegitimate

    Click here for reuse options! And they’re all related to Russia. “A dark cloud of illegitimacy hangs over the pending presidency of Donald Trump,” wrote former Labor Secretary Robert Reich on Facebook Sunday night, following CIA reports of Russian interference in the presidential elections, and specifically interference that...

    Even Canada should be careful about Russian hacking
    Dec13

    Even Canada should be careful about Russian hacking

    Evidence is mounting that Russian hackers may have influenced the U.S. presidential election. The CIA has amassed evidence that these Russian-based hackers compromised databases at the Democratic and Republican National Committees, and also obtained and leaked emails between candidate Hillary Clinton and her campaign manager, John Podesta. These...

    Savchenko Defends Meeting With Russia-Backed Separatist Leaders
    Dec13

    Savchenko Defends Meeting With Russia-Backed Separatist Leaders

    Speaking to RFE/RL on December 13, Ukrainian lawmaker Nadia Savchenko, who was jailed in Russia in 2014 and became a national symbol of resilience before her release in May, rejected critics’ claims that her talks with the separatist leaders Aleksandr Zakharchenko and Igor Plotnitsky was a step towards legalizing “terrorists.”...

    Donald Trump’s pick to head State Department recommended by lobbyist to Exxon, Russia
    Dec13

    Donald Trump’s pick to head State Department recommended by lobbyist to Exxon, Russia

    (Credit: AP/Jon Gambrell/Paul Sancya/Ben Margot) Late Monday, President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team quietly announced that it was postponing his first post-election conference, meant to address potential conflicts of interests for the incoming commander-in-chief. Then early Tuesday, Trump announced his selection of Exxon CEO Rex...

    Ukraine’s defence ministry says website hit by cyber attack
    Dec13

    Ukraine’s defence ministry says website hit by cyber attack

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine’s defence ministry said on Tuesday its website was down due to cyber attacks that appeared aimed at disrupting it… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s defence ministry says website hit by cyber attack
    Dec13

    Ukraine’s defence ministry says website hit by cyber attack

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine’s defence ministry said on Tuesday its website was down due to cyber attacks that appeared aimed at disrupting it… …read more Source:...

    The Art of the Global Deal
    Dec13

    The Art of the Global Deal

    Whether one likes it or not, Donald Trump is now President-elect Trump. Nothing said or thought during the seemingly interminable campaign, whether about Trump or the record of the Obama Administration, matters as much as the future: What to do next.The global situation has deteriorated markedly during the past three years. This is now a time to...

    Why it’s hard for the CIA to make its case on Russian hacking
    Dec13

    Why it’s hard for the CIA to make its case on Russian hacking

    If recent media reports are accurate, the CIA believes that the Russian government used its hacking prowess to help Donald Trump get elected president — a potentially unprecedented case of foreign interference in an American election decided by fewer than 100,000 votes in three key states. US elected officials have traditionally taken pride in...

    Why it’s hard for the CIA to make its case on Russian hacking
    Dec13

    Why it’s hard for the CIA to make its case on Russian hacking

    If recent media reports are accurate, the CIA believes that the Russian government used its hacking prowess to help Donald Trump get elected president — a potentially unprecedented case of foreign interference in an American election decided by fewer than 100,000 votes in three key states. US elected officials have traditionally taken pride in...