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Trump’s Win Wasn’t Ideological. It Was Brilliant

CNN explained well “5 surprising lessons from Trump’s astonishing win”, and the historic crushing failure of traditional Presidential-year American politics, but it really boils down to one simple fact: In the battleground states, where most of the advertising dollars and get-out-the-vote money was being spent, the Trump organization made use …

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China’s Fall 2016 Latin America Charm Offensive

In recent months, the People’s Republic of China has successfully faced and largely overcome a significant crisis in its relationships with Latin America, even while the United States, as it approaches the upcoming presidential election, plunges into a new phase of uncertainty in its own relationship with the …

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Assange Backed Into a Corner, Drops Bomb On Entire U.S. Government

Julian Assange and WikiLeaks have done this world a great service. While they are not the group actually hacking agencies, they have spent more than ten years collecting, validating, archiving, and disseminating information the people deserve to see. WikiLeaks has played a major role in exposing Hillary Clinton, …

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How the Pentagon Could Soon Share Americans’ Data With Foreign Militaries

By Patrick Tucker The new cyber strategy could provide allies with Americans’ information gathered under proposed legislation. As Ashton Carter unveiled the Pentagon’s new Cyber Strategy last week, he underscored its importance by revealing that DOD networks had been infiltrated by actors within Russia. The defense secretary did not emphasize a provision …

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