Selected Articles: Facebook Censorship and the Atlantic Council

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Former US National Security Adviser Michael Flynn Denies Claims He Was Bribed to Kidnap Wanted Turkish Cleric Fethullah Gulen

By Steve Sweeney, October 15, 2018

Former US national security adviser Michael Flynn has denied claims he was offered a bribe to kidnap an Islamic cleric and smuggle him to Turkey, where he is accused of masterminding the failed 2016 coup.

Bolsonaro and Brazil’s “National Security Ideology”: Order and Progress Was Never a Civilian Slogan

By Dr. T. P. Wilkinson, October 15, 2018

His appearance and election (unless something utterly unexpected happens on 28 October) should be understood within Brazil’s ancient domestic political culture and the subordination of the Brazilian military in the widest sense of the term to the hemispheric national security ideology that has prevailed since its formulation in the late 1940s.

Sabra and Shatila: The Secret Papers. Carefully Planned Israeli Atrocities Led by Ariel Sharon

By Jeremy Salt, October 15, 2018

Sabra and Shatila, September 1982, stands as one of the worst single atrocities in modern history. Up to 3500 Palestinians were massacred when Israel’s Falangist proxies surged through the two Beirut camps in September 1982. Israel sought to dump the blame on to the Falangists.

Meet Ten Corporate Giants Helping Israel Massacre Gaza Protesters

By Joe Catron, October 15, 2018

As Israeli soldiers gun down unarmed Palestinian demonstrators in the Great March of Return, their lethal operations depend on an array of contractors and suppliers, many of them companies based outside Israel.

Facebook Censorship and the Atlantic Council

By Jonathan Sigrist, October 14, 2018

In total, 559 pages and 251 personal accounts were instantly removed from the platform, for having “consistently broken our rules against spam and coordinated inauthentic behavior” according to Nathaniel Gleicher, Facebook’s Head of Cybersecurity and former White House National Security Council Director of Cybersecurity Policy under Obama.

Sharing the Defense Burden: What Europe No Longer Can – or Knows How to – Do

By Isabella Martinez, October 14, 2018

Cracks are forming within the Western alliance: but they are not of a political nature. Western European countries are struggling to remain in line with their American ally, and a change in strategy has nothing to do with it: they simply can’t keep up. Financial resources necessary to fund defense efforts are increasingly difficult to find and industrial standards are slipping across the continent.

If NAFTA Has Been Replaced by USMCA, Is Canada Still Haunted by the FTA?

By Professor John Ryan, October 14, 2018

The first provision obliges Canada to make available to the USA the same proportion of any type of energy that it has exported over the previous three years, even if Canada itself needed this energy product. The second was a dispute settlement provision that allowed American and Mexican corporations to sue Canada for any law or regulation that they think causes them “loss or damage” and which they feel breaches the spirit of NAFTA.


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