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Infoguerre : Stratégie, Influence et Guerre de l’information

​Le GPS Navstar est un système de positionnement par satellite développé par l'US Air Force à partir de 1973. Il convient de préciser que le terme « GPS » (Global Positioning System) est un terme générique. Cependant, se référer au GPS revient le plus souvent à se référer au système de GPS américain Navstar. Autrement dit, les Etats-Unis se sont arrogés le terme générique, témoignage d'une forte influence, si ce n'est d'une hégémonie totale en matière de système de positionnement par satellite. Infoguerre : Stratégie, Influence et Guerre de l’information
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Chavez headed the lists of the CIA and the Pentagon as the main target of their attacks, and the US significantly expanded its military presence open and clandestine-around Venezuela during his administration. Western corporate media, its Oil and Gas counterparts (GCC) are once again attempting to bolster and rebrand the public image of the fundamentalist rebels in Syria. If there is anything the House of Saud knows well, it is rounding up Al Qaeda terrorists at the service of Washington. The House of Saud has also played a role in destabilizing the Russian Federation and organizing terrorist attacks inside Russia. The police hope to have drones able to fire “non-lethal weapons” at people they deem to be involved in criminal activity. Non-lethal weapons will soon become lethal weapons and the US will be trying and executing citizens at home as it has done elsewhere without even a hint of due process. Global Research

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TomDispatch [Note for TomDispatch Readers in or around New York City: On Friday, January 17th at 7 pm, Nick Turse will be discussing his bestselling book, Kill Anything That Moves: The Real American War in Vietnam (just out in paperback), with TomDispatch regular Chase Madar at a favorite independent bookstore of mine -- Brooklyn's Book Court. For more details, click here. Tom] These days, when I check out the latest news on Washington’s global war-making, I regularly find at least one story that fits a new category in my mind that I call: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?


Antifascist Calling... In 2008, the Armed Forces Journal published a prescient piece by Colonel Charles W. Williamson III, a staff judge advocate with the Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas, the National Security Agency listening post focused on intercepting communications from Latin America, the Middle East and Europe. Titled "Carpet bombing in cyberspace," Col. Antifascist Calling...
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Ghosts of Alexander Artemy M. Kalinovsky, A Long Goodbye: The Soviet Withdrawal From Afghanistan (Harvard University Press, 2011) Artemy Kalinovsky has worked his LSE dissertation on the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan into a book that is both very readable and a valuable scholarly contribution to the literature on Afghanistan, the Soviet Union and International Relations. The book’s focus – the decision-making process behind the withdrawal of Soviet forces from Afghanistan – is obviously relevant to the contemporary situation in Afghanistan as the American leadership decides how to attempt to manage its exit. Kalinovsky’s research question is stated clearly: