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Competitive Intelligence professional, former U.S. Army Foreign Area Officer (FAO), and Information Operations practitioner with 30 years' experience in the intelligence community. Focused on opportunities and threats, strategy and security in the Information Age. English, Deutsch, по-русски, 普通話

The Legacy of Srebrenica

11 July 1995: 20 years ago this month, two decades before ISIS de-sensitized people to mass, up-close-and-personal execution of non-combatants because of religious affiliation, there was Strebrenica. Bosnian Serb forces led by Radovan Karadžić and his military commander, Ratko Mladić executed an estimated 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and […]

Way # 6 of 40+ Ways Putin’s Russia Parallels Hitler’s Germany: Leader gains popular support via a false narrative based on patriotism, revisionist history and xenophobic nationalism

In the case of both Hitler’s Germany and Putin’s Russia, the Leader successfully tapped into popular resentment by pushing a false narrative based on patriotism, revisionist history and xenophobic nationalism. ADOLF HITLER Great Depression-era Germany was an environment rife with massive economic, social and political turmoil and uncertainty. […]