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New Analysis of Hacked Documents from ‘Putin’s Rasputin’ Takes Us Into the Heart of Russia’s War Machine
17 July 2019,
A new report, co-authored by a Conservative MP, sheds more light on Vladimir Putin's sinister hybrid war, which – tested in Ukraine in 2014 – was then brought to Britain, the EU and the US.
25 June 2019,
It is almost five years since flight MH17 was destroyed by a BUK missile fired by Russian soldiers, yet many people still think Putin’s regime did not shoot down the plane.
7 June 2019,
A cache of hacked documents which allegedly expose an FSB agent has been released by the Distributed Denial of Secrets, but the truth reveals the importance of UK shell companies
13 May 2019,
Stephen Komarnyckyj on a cache of hacked materials that shed a disturbing light on the culture of a man and an organisation once hailed as champions of transparency.
EXCLUSIVE TV Comedian leads Polls in Ukraine Presidential Elections – but is Zelensky really offering a fresh start?
16 April 2019,
Marketing himself as a newcomer to politics, TV Comedian Volodymyr Zelensky is currently in the lead in the run-up to Ukraine’s presidential elections. But maybe he's not as disconnected to the wheels of power as he appears.
5 April 2019,
A hacked trove of documents shows Russia’s interior ministry struggling to cope with a refugee crisis caused by President Putin’s Ukrainian adventure
1 April 2019,
When hackers targeted Andrea Manafort’s mobile phone they uncovered messages that appear to implicate Paul Manafort in politically motivated killings - so why didn't Wikileaks publish them?
Crimea River: How Subversive Technology Piloted by Russia in Ukraine was used to Orchestrate Brexit and Trump
6 March 2019,
Why the West took a risk ignoring Russia's subversive infiltration in Ukraine.
19 February 2019,
How the Narnia-like countries created by Russia manipulated western coverage of the occupied Donbas
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