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The West doesn't want to push Putin toward using nuclear weapons. It might not matter.March 03, 2022
The war has entered an uglier and bloodier phase, one we watch unfold on our phones. The next chapter for Ukraine will not end well; it’s more likely to feature a repeat of the horrors Russia unleashed on the Chechen capital Grozny in 1999 and the Syrian city Aleppo in 2016 — two broadcasts the West tuned out. After all, Putin has never lost a war.
But it’s crucial to consider what would happen if he did. It would not be a “victory.”
Russians bid hasty farewell to InstagramMarch 15, 2022
“I don’t think anyone is going to risk going to jail over their Instagram account,” said Graham Shellenberger, global team director at Miburo Solutions, which tracks online extremism. But he added: “It’s one thing to control a population’s information flow from day one, like a China or North Korea. It’s another to give them access to western culture and internet freedom and . . . then take it away.”
Pro-China misinformation group continues spreading messages, researchers say.December 22, 2021
The accounts point to a “well-resourced, high-skill actor that keeps reappearing,” said Nick Monaco, the director of China research at Miburo. He added that the timing and messaging of the posts in the network aligned perfectly with public messaging put out by the Chinese government in the last year.
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