Not a day seems to go by without the American media writing about Russia’s Internet meddling in the US elections.
The killing of three oligarch-connected Russian journalists in the war-torn Central African Republic has cast a spotlight on the irresponsible and ultimately lethal lengths that Khodorkovsky is willing to go in order to discredit President Putin.
In political sciences it is common to divide war into Western and Eastern modes of warfare, and this also influences all kinds of informational operations independent of military action.
The recent attempt to attack a Russian Air Force base in Syria with a group of explosively armed drones is nothing else than the testing of a specific US battle doctrine in the field.
The coup d’état in Ukraine is interesting from the standpoint of the analysis of network technologies and political manipulations.