Kseniya Kirillova explains the influences that make Russians overseas prey to pressure from Vladimir Putin, and how to counteract them.
With his expertise in Ukraine, Paul Niland dissects the disinformation about the Oil and Gas company and highlights the real corruption Trump ignores.
This summer the US President asked the new UK Prime Minister to ‘help’ with allegations of Russian collusion. But what would Johnson know about it? Peter Jukes digs deeper. Donald Trump, currently mired in new allegations of using Ukraine to interfere in the next US election over the summer, was at the same time reportedly…
Zarina Zabrisky provides a timeline of Aleksandr Dugin’s career and his connections to Russian Intelligence.
Assange and the “radical transparency” organisation he founded wittingly waged a disinformation campaign to provide cover for themselves — and they used a dead man’s name to do it.
The Trump campaign didn’t have to coordinate directly with the Russian government — because it had a middleman to do its dirty work.
As the world awaits publication of the Mueller Report, Attorney General Bill Barr is readying himself for the final act of a slow-motion cover-up.
Attorney General Barr appears to be living up to his nickname of the “Coverup General,” this time by burying the substance of the Mueller report and selectively editing the information that will see the light of day.
Attorney General Barr’s hasty decision to let Trump off the hook on obstruction of justice leaves a cloud of doubt that will linger for the remainder of Trump’s presidency.
Caroline Orr explains how special counsel Mueller’s report represents the end of the beginning, not the beginning of the end.
Trump’s former campaign chairman could face up to 25 years in state prison on the new charges. And Trump can’t pardon these crimes.
Caroline Orr explains how, when Manafort goes to prison, he will carry with him a slew of secrets about Super PACS, polling data and a possible Wikileaks Connection
Following the FACTS outlined by the congressional requests for documents, Caroline Orr sets out the road map ahead and argues a new era of accountability is on the way for Trump and his digital operation
The expanded inquiry puts Cambridge Analytica, WikiLeaks, and the Trump campaign’s digital operation squarely in the cross-hairs of congressional investigators
Clearly, Mueller isn’t afraid to bring charges against those who lie to investigators — and based on Cohen’s testimony, that may even include the president.
Trump allies join forces with Putin proxies to seize control through the Trojan horse of Russian gas.
The revelation that the special counsel’s office is still unraveling mysteries at “the heart” of the Russia investigation seems to contradict the recent suggestion by acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker that the inquiry is “close to being completed.”