Monthly Archives: January 2019

The cyber threat and European elections

The cyber threat and European elections

Internet interference in the political debate and in the formation of consensus by “external actors” in America and in the European Union have exponentially increased in the last four years. The phenomenon has been the subject of preventive measures, deterrence and conflict in the United States and in several countries of the European Union. It undermines the very foundations of

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Europe has become a hunting ground for the Iranian intelligence service

Europe has become a hunting ground for the Iranian intelligence service

Former Italian Foreign Minister, Giulio Maria Terzi sharply criticized the Ayatollah regime and the European Union’s policy towards it, in a special interview with Israel Hayom. Italy’s former foreign minister and member of the national-conservative “Brothers of Italy” party, Giulio Maria Terzi, might have met his death in the spectacular terrorist attack the Iranian intelligence had planned to carry out

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Why the unusual speed of Canadian’s death sentence in China?

Why the unusual speed of Canadian’s death sentence in China?

“It is very unusual for a Chinese court to pronounce a death sentence only one hour after the end of the trial” said to Deutsche Welle an utterly surprised attorney Zhang Dongshuo after the Dalian People’s Intermediate Tribunal – a city in north-eastern China – sentenced to death for drug trafficking Robert Lloyd Schellenberg, a 36-year old Canadian citizen. It

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In memory of Kok Ksor

In memory of Kok Ksor

On 9 January, Kok Ksor, nonviolent leader of the indigenous people of the Central Highlands of Vietnam, known as Degar, or Monatgnards in French, passed away. He was 75 years old. He was also a tenacious and generous companion, a leading member of the Nonviolent Radical Party Transnational Transparty (NRPTT) as he sat in the General Council for many years.

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