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Lost in cyberspace

10th January 2017 – The Washington Times

Lost in cyberspace

Clifford D. May

Russia’s hacking of the Democratic National Committee was mischievous. Did it change the outcome of the 2016 elections? No evidence suggests that and the intelligence community isn’t claiming that. more...

Analysis & Commentary

17th January 2017 – Quoted by Jennifer Rubin - The Washington Post

Europe is freaking out

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

President-elect Donald Trump’s recent outburst against NATO, criticism of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and praise (again) for Russian President Vladimir Putin has thrown European politicians and national security officials into a semi-panicked state. more...

11th January 2017 – Quoted by Jamie Dettmer - Voice of America

Will Iran’s Alliance With Russia Last?

Boris Zilberman

At Tuesday's funeral in Tehran of Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, a key figure in the 1979 Islamic Revolution who later pushed for reconciliation with the West, reformist mourners not only chanted for the release of hunger-striking rights activists held in Iranian jails but also called for an end to their country's burgeoning alliance with Moscow. more...

10th January 2017 – The Washington Times

Lost in cyberspace

Clifford D. May

Russia’s hacking of the Democratic National Committee was mischievous. Did it change the outcome of the 2016 elections? No evidence suggests that and the intelligence community isn’t claiming that. more...

9th January 2017 – Quoted by Mitch Prothero, Nancy A. Youssef - BuzzFeed

Trump’s Tweets Are Freaking Out America’s Closest Allies

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

Intelligence services across Europe are growing increasingly worried that President-elect Donald Trump’s unpredictability and impulsive tweeting could harm intelligence-sharing agreements with the United States. more...