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He continued (emphasis added): "It is designed, as retired KGB General Oleg Kalugin once defined it, 'to drive wedges in the Western community alliances of all sorts, particularly NATO, to sow discord among allies, to weaken the United States in the eyes of the people in Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America, and thus to prepare ground in case the war really occurs.' The most common subcategory of active measures is , or disinformation: feverish, if believable lies cooked up by Moscow Centre and planted in friendly media outlets to make democratic nations look sinister." It is not surprising, then, that the Kremlin would pay internet trolls to pose as Trump supporters and build him up online. From his interviews with former trolls employed by Russia, Chen gathered that the point of their jobs "was to weave propaganda seamlessly into what appeared to be the nonpolitical musings of an everyday person." "Russia's information war might be thought of as the biggest trolling operation in history," Chen wrote."And its target is nothing less than the utility of the Internet as a democratic space." From threats about pulling out of NATO to altering the GOP's policy on Ukraine — which has long called for arming Ukrainian soldiers against pro-Russia rebels — Trump is "the gift that keeps on giving" for Putin, Russian journalist Julia Ioffe noted in a piece for Politico.
Source: World Maritime News August 15th 2016 As the container industry revenues are contracting faster than carriers can cut costs, the shipping consultancy Drewry said that prolonged losses in the container shipping industry are likely to lead to more container merger and acquisition activity or more industry consolidation among carriers.Linsky then asked Chen who he thought "was paying for that." "I don't know," Chen replied."I feel like it's some kind of really opaque strategy of electing Donald Trump to undermine the US or something. You know, that's how I started thinking about all this stuff after being in Russia." In his research from St.With carriers waving goodbye to likely more than USD 50 billion of sales in two years since 2014, Drewry said that it should be no surprise that most of the big players are losing money and that some are close to the financial abyss, or that a number of lines are merging in order to better prepare for such hard times.The latest results indicate that the second quarter was harder on carriers than expected with operating margins falling to the lowest point since the first-quarter 2012.