Friday, August 26, 2022

Links — 26 August 2022 Part 1

A Son of the New American Revolution
Combined Arms–A Look At Russian Air Ops in the Donbas
Larry C. Johnson | CEO and co-founder of BERG Associates, LLC, an international business-consulting firm with expertise combating terrorism and investigating money laundering, formerly Deputy Director in the U.S. State Department’s Office of Counter Terrorism (1989-1993, and CIA operations (1984-1989)

Reminiscence of the Future
Speaking In Purely Military Terms...
Andrei Martyanov, former USSR naval officer and expert on Russian military and naval issues.


Sputnik International (Russian state-sponsored media)
Americans Blacklisted by Ukraine Demand US Lawmakers Take Action – Letter (Lambert Strether discovered that the Myrotvorets kill-list is linked to a Washington-based NATO server. See Links at Naked Capitalism, 25 Aug 22) "On its site, Myrotvorets claims an address in Langley, VA. I don’t know what that might mean, but what is clear is that Myrotvorets’ logo is served by NATO: [screen shot, not included here] ( is owned by NATO; see also here.) It’s not clear to me why NATO would put its infrastructure at the service of a hit list including American academics. Perhaps somebody could ask the State Department about this.")

Nord Stream 2 Provided Opportunity to Secure Peace in Europe - Ex-US Lawmaker [Retired US Colonel and former Virginia State Senator,  Richard H. Black] (One of the voices of reason.)

Defense One
The US Just Revealed a Secret Airborne Test of a Long-Range Cruise Missile ("The December test was part of the effort to equip B-2 bombers to fire the stealthy JASSM-ER")
Marcus Weisgerber

The Verge
The US government got caught using sock puppets to spread propaganda on social media (Who started this, Russia and China or the US?)
Mitchell Clark

Southfront (sanctioned by the US Treasury Department)
EU Tug-Of-War Policy On Ukraine Crumbling Further As Member States Diverge
Drago Bosnic, independent geopolitical and military analyst

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