The mutiny in Russia shows: Putin's system of adhocracy is becoming dangerous for the regime itself; the president can be blackmailed by political entrepreneurs. Russia thus goes weakened into the offensive of the Ukrainians.Read more: Mutiny on the Moskva
In der europäischen Hauptstadt Brüssel zündeten Anhänger der Terrorgruppe Daesh (ISIS) am Dienstagmorgen mehrere Bomben: 31 Menschen sterben, 270 werden verletzt. Die Attentate wurden nach demselben Muster, teils unter Beteiligung desselben Personals, verübt, wie die Anschläge von Paris im November 2015.Read more: ISIS-Terror in Europe: Measures after Brussels
The report of the Office for the Protection of the Constitution of the federal state of Northrhine-Westfalia (NRW), one of Germany's 17 domestic intelligence services, describes efforts by the Iranian Mullah-regime to obtain technology necessary for the development of their ballistic missile programme. This blog post looks at findings of the remaining German domestic intelligence services.Read more: What Germany's domestic intelligence services say about Iranian proliferation efforts
Even his staunchest admirers must have noticed that ex-NSA employee Edward Snowden did not offer any technical expertise via his Twitter account on this week-ends spread of the WannaCry ransomware. »The true HOOHA« Snowden who lives since he fled his native USA for Moscow to live under the auspices of Russian domestic spy service FSB, fired one tweet after the other towards his former employer, the National Security Agency (NSA), in which he put the sole blame for this most recent ransomware incident on the NSA.Read more: Edward Snowden, »WannaCry«: The »True HOOHA's« reaction to the ransomware incident certainly is to...
Jürgen Todenhöfer claims to have conducted an interview with an »al-Nusra commander«. His account of the events, as well as the interview itself pose questions that cast doubt on the authenticity of the interview.Read more: Aleppo: Jürgen Todenhöfer's Fake al-Nusra Interview