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L’OTAN est-elle parvenue à affaiblir la Russie ?

Plusieurs de mes correspondants affirment que l’un des objectifs de l’occident otanien dans sa guerre de proxy contre la Russie était de l’affaiblir et que cet objectif est presque atteint aujourd’hui. Dans mon appréhension des événements et des faits, je pense qu’ils se trompent lourdement et qu’au contraire la Russie …

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Scientific and Institutions. How Russian intelligence recruits young scientists abroad through its research institutes

After a number of high-profile failures and mass expulsions of the “Didiplomatov” in the shoulders, Russian intelligence began to act more actively in circumvention, including through scientific organizations with international ties. One of such spy was the National Research Institute for the Development of Communications (NIIRK), whose leadership included immigrants …

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Iranian President’s Helicopter Crashes, Condition Unknown

Latest Developments A helicopter carrying Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian crashed in Iran on May 19. Iranian personnel are still searching for the aircraft, which fell into Iran’s mountainous Eastern Azerbaijan Province. The passengers’ conditions remain unknown. Twenty rescue teams — including rescue workers, dogs, drones, …

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Iran Update, May 17, 2024

Hamas is continuing to discuss its desired political end state in which a Hamas-influenced government governs the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. Hamas Political Bureau Chairman Ismail Haniyeh gave a speech on May 15 that outlined this end state, which will include an “administration” for the post-war Gaza Strip …

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In Ukraine, Russia is Beginning to Compound Advantages

By stretching Ukrainian forces along a wide front, Russia is overcoming the limitations of its undertrained army. Russia has now started the early phases of its anticipated summer offensive with renewed attacks on Kharkiv. Over the past few days, Russian troops crossed the Ukrainian border, occupying a number of villages. …

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