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Cybersecurity News Cybersecurity Round-Up: Critical Infrastructure and Cyber Resignations Monday, July 22, 2013 | 2:22 PM Cyber Port Authority When you think of U.S. ports, images of ships and maritime commerce may be top of mind. Yet, while the U.S. Cybersecurity News
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Maintenant que les négociations sont bien lancées sur le dossier nucléaire iranien, le jeu diplomatique avec Téhéran s'ouvre. Si un accord est loin d'être acquis, la perspective d'un compromis a suffi à ouvrir les vannes. Les Occidentaux et leurs concurrents se bousculent pour bénéficier de l'accès escompté à un marché de près de 80 millions d'habitants dans un pays qui sera pour longtemps l'une des premières puissances pétrolières, avec des besoins d'investissements considérables.

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Situation Report: Expert analysis, briefings and commentary from across the political spectrum. Preserving Ukraine's European Choice by Stephen Larrabee, 24 Dec -- "With tens of thousands defiant protestors marching in the streets of Kiev, the crisis in Ukraine continues to evolve with no clear resolution in sight. At stake are Ukraine's future political orientation and the balance of power in Central Europe. ..." Putin's Pardons by Olga Oliker, 23 Dec -- "There's an old Soviet-era joke about Vladimir Lenin, a play on all the stories of the kind, grandfatherly figure schoolchildren in the USSR heard endlessly. - Reliable Security Information - Reliable Security Information

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DEBKAfile, Political Analysis, Espionage, Terrorism, Security DEBKAfile Exclusive Analysis Apr 18, 2014, 7:37 PM (IDT) The Kerry-Lavrov “de-escalation” recipe for Ukraine, concluded in Geneva Thursday, April 17, consists of the same ingredients as their previous deals: a slick-sounding compromise that the US and Russian can more or less live with; a gloss over the real elements at issue between them; and a deal that goes over the heads of the prime movers involved in the conflict. By Friday, the two rival camps in Ukraine were digging in their heels against it. Though threatened with sanctions, Vladimir Putin is waiting to see if the West makes the Kiev government moderate its positions. More>