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Russian Nuclear Monitoring Stations Went Silent After Missile Blast - WSJ
“It is a very odd coincidence that these stations stopped sending data shortly after the Aug. 8 incident,” said Daryl Kimball, the executive director of the Arms Control Association, a nongovernmental organization promoting arms-control policies // because OF COURSE THEY DID
nukes  skyfall  osint  russia 
2 days ago by yorksranter
Norway detects radioactive iodine by Russian border days ...
Norway's nuclear safety authority is analysing tiny amounts of radioactive iodine detected in the air in northern Norway in the days after a deadly explosion during a rocket engine test over the border in Russia // ok so it's a reactor
nukes  russia  skyfall 
6 days ago by yorksranter
A Mysterious Explosion Took Place in Russia. What Really Happened?
There are human beings out in the real world who will bear the costs of this arms race. Here are five of those people. Five people whose parents, spouses, and children will never see them again. Is that worth it? I don’t think so. No, the United States does not need more nukes. And no, Russia does not need new ones. Not as much as wives need their husbands or children need their fathers.
skyfall  nukes  rocket  russia 
8 days ago by yorksranter
Some thoughts on the security side of Saturday’s Moscow crackdown | In Moscow's Shadows
ut it also speaks to a wider issue, in that for a while now there have been quiet indications that the police (and the MVD as a whole) is not comfortable with the stormtrooper role. Indeed, this was one of the reasons for the creation of the National Guard out of the MVD’s OMON, Interior Troops, etc.
russia  policing  protest  omon 
9 days ago by yorksranter
When Soviet workers rose up and troops opened fire: a history Russian authorities try to conceal - Coda Story
As recently as ten years ago, Russian officials acknowledged the tragedy, which was documented in a 1991 Soviet prosecutor’s report showing that Soviet troops opened fire on protesters in the city, killing 22 people and injuring 39 others. In a 2008 visit to Novocherkassk, President Vladimir Putin even laid a wreath for the victims. But that was then. Now, the only plaque at the plant commemorating the events has disappeared. It’s unclear who removed it, or when. But it’s a vivid illustration of how historic amnesia infects Russia today, compounded by the perfidy of local officials.
novocherkassk  history  memorial  russia  ussr 
14 days ago by yorksranter
The Politics of Chinese Loans in Russia - RIDDLE
In other words, Moscow is happy to turn to Beijing for financing in times of need, or to secure politically expedient projects. But even as proposals to ban Russian sovereign debt circulate in Washington, Moscow fears becoming dependent on Chinese financing. Such a ban would likely precipitate Russian sovereign panda bonds, which could further heighten the partnership between Moscow and China. But the imbalance of power, in particular financial firepower, is too great for this to become an interdependent alliance.
china  russia  finance  pandabond 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
NATO Considers Missile Defense Upgrade, Risking Further Tensions With Russia - The New York Times
Russian military doctrine, according to American and European military strategists, is increasingly focused on using limited nuclear strikes to quickly end a potential conflict in Moscow’s favor. Such a use of nuclear weapons for a battlefield effect is unthinkable to European politicians and has made some allied officials more open to examining the practicality of using the existing missile defense system to defend against Russia.
nukes  aegis  sam  ssc-8  russia  europe 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
bellingcat - The Arrest of Vladimir Tsemakh and Its Implications for the MH17 Investigation - bellingcat
If Tsemakh indeed had uttered “I hid this dickhead”, in Russian he would have had to use the accusative case for animate objects [“прятал этого хуя”], which would have required 5 syllables to fit within the bleeped-out section of his interview (“..э-то-го ху-я…”). If he had uttered “I hid the Buk”, only 3 syllables (“…э-тот Бук”) would have to fit under the bleep.
mh17  russia  ukraine  buk  osint 
6 weeks ago by yorksranter
Russian Deep-Sea Military Vessel Catches Fire, Killing 14 - The New York Times
In a possible indication of the importance of the vessel or its mission, Mr. Putin said seven of those who died were captains and that two of the dead had received high military honors.
submarine  russia 
7 weeks ago by yorksranter
[Review] The Trials of Vasily Grossman, by Aaron Lake Smith | Harper's Magazine
After Babel was shot for his association with the ousted N.K.V.D. head Nikolai Yezhov, Grossman lamented that so many of his literary peers were attracted to power, asking a friend, “What happened to his soul? Why did he celebrate New Year with the Yezhovs? Why do such unusual people—him, Mayakovsky, your friend Bagritsky—feel so drawn to the [N.K.V.D.]?”
grossman  russia  books 
7 weeks ago by yorksranter
In Michael Cohen’s Rolodex, an Investor Tied to Russia Saw Pay Dirt - The New York Times
Mr. Cohen presented Columbus Nova with a potential $500,000 investment in an ice pop maker that was co-founded by an old friend of his and specialized in alcohol-infused treats. Mr. Cohen also proposed an oil and gas deal in the American Southwest and a plan to buy distressed taxi medallion loans in Chicago.
cohen  trump  russia  corruption 
7 weeks ago by yorksranter
Exclusive: “Climategate” Email Hacking was Carried out from Russia, in Effort to Undermine Action…
The registration records of the website used to release the second batch of emails in 2011 server was originally registered to an employee of the Ural region Federal University in Ekaterinburg // well whaddya kno
russia  climategate  climate  hacker 
7 weeks ago by yorksranter
bellingcat - The GRU Globetrotters: Mission London - bellingcat
On the morning of March 4, Fedotov made several data connections from his Paddington hotel. At 9:03 AM his phone rang, and he spoke with “Amir” for just about a minute. At 10:20 he sent or received a file of 8 MB, commensurat with a photo file. Notably, at that same moment, the Chepiga/Mishkin team left by train from Waterloo to Salisbury.
gru  Russia  novichok  osint  CDR  intelligence 
7 weeks ago by yorksranter
„Skandal-Reise“: „Bild“-Reporter führt Leserschaft in die Irre — BILDblog
Es handelt sich nicht, wie man bei den Überschriften von „Bild“ und Bild.de direkt denken könnte, um irgendeine Reise eines AfD-Politikers, der sich Jürgen Trittin und Gregor Gysi überraschend angeschlossen haben. Es geht um einen offiziellen Besuch der Deutsch-Russischen Parlamentariergruppe
bild  germany  russia 
8 weeks ago by yorksranter
Blessed Be Thy Nuclear Weapons: The Rise of Russian Nuclear Orthodoxy
At first glance, Adamsky’s argument that Orthodox priests also function within the Russian nuclear forces at the tactical level – in addition to the ideological – seems to be a bit of overreach. Yet he convincingly depicts the lengths to which the military has gone to accommodate this nuclear priesthood, from field churches for the strategic missile force to underwater temples in ballistic nuclear submarines. More than 40 such temples exist across the Russian Navy alone
russia  nukes  disturbing  religion  orthodox 
8 weeks ago by yorksranter
An Idiotic Exhibit | In the Pipeline
While the original German sarin pilot plant was encased in an air-locked glass enclosure, and manned by workers in full top-to-toe protective gear, some of whom still died (one managed to get an entire liter of finished product inside his protective suit)
sarin  chemistry  russia  syria  germany 
8 weeks ago by yorksranter
Russia’s Su-57 fighter program – it’s worth following – Russia Military Analysis
. Beyond IFF, and EW, it’s unclear what the L-band matrices are for – perhaps utility can be improved via networking between multiple aircraft. Could be part of a kitchen sink approach to countering stealth, reminiscent of the USSR sticking lots of non-acoustic detection sensors onto its submarines to compensate for capability gaps in acoustic detection.
su57  stealth  radar  aviation  russia 
12 weeks ago by yorksranter
Skripal poisoning suspects received mystery phone call following attack | UK news | The Guardian
Police have not been able to establish definitively whether the bottle used by Sturgess was discarded by the GRU officers some 17 weeks earlier, sources say. This is the principal reason why police charged the Russian pair over the attack on the Skripals, but shied away from accusing them over the death of Sturgess.

While ministers have been briefed it is “highly likely” that Sturgess collapsed after being poisoned by the same batch of the chemical, sources admit “some of the details don’t add up”.
skripal  russia  novichok 
may 2019 by yorksranter
Your 5G Phone Won’t Hurt You. But Russia Wants You to Think Otherwise. - The New York Times
Even as RT America has worked hard to damage 5G, the scientific establishment in Russia has embraced a contrary and questionable position: that the high frequencies of 5G communications are actually good for human health. It recommends their use for healing wounds, boosting the immune system and treating cancer. Millions of Russian patients are said to have undergone such high-frequency therapies.

Beauty clinics in Moscow use these high frequencies for skin regeneration, according to a scientific study. One company says the waves can remove wrinkles and fight hair loss.
russia  fakenews  therays  raaays  conspiracy  5g 
may 2019 by yorksranter
Mic’s drop | The Outline
These stories got traction on Facebook, so Mic replicated them, attracting more social justice readers as well as more social justice writers, who then wrote more social justice stories. “Mic realized earlier than most places that they could commodify people’s feelings about race and gender," was the view of one early staffer who has since left // this is after all exactly what the Russians did.
mic  journalism  advertising  fakenews  catblindfold  russia 
may 2019 by yorksranter
Nikolai Kibalchich - Wikipedia
On March 26, General Komarov, Chief of the Gendarmery Department, informed the Police Department: "Pursuant to the request from Nikolai Kibalchich, the son of the priest, who is accused of high treason, I have the honor to present hereby his design of an aeronautic device."
kilbalchich  russia  rockets 
may 2019 by yorksranter
Russian Hackers Were ‘In a Position’ to Alter Florida Voter Rolls, Rubio Confirms - The New York Times
At the time, Mr. Nelson’s warnings did not appear to be taken seriously, and in fact were widely criticized.

“When Bill Nelson said that, Republicans ripped him apart,” said Ion Sancho, the longtime supervisor of elections in Tallahassee, who recently retired. “‘You senile old man!’ Guess what, he might have been right.”
elections  trump  russia  huawei  to_blog 
may 2019 by yorksranter
Mueller report reveals Kushner's contacts with a ‘pro-Kremlin’ campaign adviser - POLITICO
they have this very bitter, resentful outlook on the world,” the former campaign adviser said. “Dmitri fit into that mold. #MICEMICEBABY
trump  spook  russia  wanktanks  simes 
may 2019 by yorksranter
The Unexpected Costs of Cooperating With the Mueller Investigation - Bloomberg
Simes has spent his career mostly behind the scenes, moving to the U.S. in 1973 and serving as an informal foreign policy adviser to President Richard Nixon. Nixon personally installed him at the helm of the Center for the National Interest when he founded it in 1994 as the Nixon Center for Peace and Freedom // this guy is a second Philby
simes  russia  trump  nixon  wanktanks 
may 2019 by yorksranter
Inside The Wagner Group, Russia's Semi-Official Guns For Hire
After he published an exposé alleging that Wagner operatives killed a Russian blogger and tested poison on Syrian soldiers, someone sent caged sheep to the offices of his newspaper, threatening a slaughter. Another reporter died last year in a mysterious fall from a balcony. Three journalists who traveled to the Central African Republic to investigate the company were shot to death.
wagner  mercenaries  sheep  russia 
april 2019 by yorksranter
AP Exclusive: Undercover spy targeted Kaspersky critics
He also asked Giles to repeat himself or speak louder so persistently that Giles said he began wondering “whether I should be speaking into his tie or his briefcase or wherever the microphone was.”
security  spook  blackcube  paranoia  Israel  kaspersky  Russia 
april 2019 by yorksranter
Leo Strauss on Twitter: "Per earlier, doctrine only part of Western assessment. Other factors include OPLANs, exercises, force posture. Soviet history teaches doctrine and operational planning can be divorced. Task is to distinguish trad military continen
Ogarkov’s OMGs resurrected Soviet armored experiences from BOB campaigns (specifically, but not limited to, 1944s Bagration) and (ironically) Guderian’s initial concept for Blitzkrieg as embodied in the 1940 French campaign to bring about NATO collapse with conventional arms.
russia  ussr  doctrine  nukes  armour 
april 2019 by yorksranter
Psychic Healing at the End of History | Hannah Gais
After at least twenty-five years practicing as a clinical psychotherapist, Kashpirovsky engaged in the ultimate pivot: he embraced his psychic abilities and used them to, supposedly, help the Soviet Union’s Olympic weightlifting team dominate the competition during the 1988 Summer Olympics [that, and steroids]. He first captured the attention of Soviet audiences that same year through a bizarre psychic experiment, in which his “power of suggestion” enabled surgeons to conduct a stomach operation on a woman in Kiev without anesthetics. (She contested the claim that this surgery was painless, asserting that the process was actually excruciating.)
history  fakenews  russia  quackery 
april 2019 by yorksranter
Russian A2/AD capability overrated - Totalförsvarets forskningsinstitut - FOI
Secondly, analysis shows that the actual range of the new Russian anti-aircraft system, S-400, which is promoted as having a range of 400 kilometres, is actually only 150-200 kilometres. Against low-flying missiles, the S-400’s range may be as short as 20 kilometres.
a2ad  sam  russia  baltic 
march 2019 by yorksranter
You have around 20 minutes to contain a Russian APT attack | ZDNet
CrowdStrike says Russian hackers (which the company calls internally "Bears") have been the most prolific and efficient hacker groups last year, with an average breakout time of 18 minutes and 49 seconds.

They're followed by North Korean groups (Chollimas) with two hours and 20 minutes, Chinese hacker groups (Pandas) with four hours, Iranians (Kittens) with five hours and nine minutes, and cybercrime gangs (Spiders) with roughly nine hours and 42 minutes.
security  apt28  crowdstrike  russia 
february 2019 by yorksranter
In Central Asia’s forbidding highlands, a quiet newcomer: Chinese troops  
They also sought to gauge Russia’s reaction with questions: How would Moscow view China’s move into its traditional sphere of influence? Would it be more palatable if China deployed private mercenaries instead of uniformed men?
china  russia  afghanistan  tajikistan  201strifle 
february 2019 by yorksranter
Book review of The Threat: How the FBI Protects America in the Age of Terror and Trump by Andrew G. McCabe - The Washington Post
Trump dismissed the missile launch as a “hoax,” McCabe writes. “He thought that North Korea did not have the capability to launch such missiles. He said he knew this because Vladimir Putin had told him so.”
trump  Russia  norks  rockets 
february 2019 by yorksranter
Belgian Counterintelligence Chief Suspected of Spying for Russia
Clement Vandenborre, counterintelligence head in Belgium’s intelligence service, has been placed under house arrest over suspicions that he might have spied for Russia
belgium  spook  russia 
february 2019 by yorksranter
No One Is Prepared to Come to Grips With Unreality – Hmm Daily
Everyone has been told by now that the intra–Democratic Party conflict was pumped up by misinformation campaigns, which took real disputes and escalated them to an artificial level of hostility. Yet so far, the only visible lesson from that seems to be that the left faction believes the establishment faction unfairly blames it for the behavior of its troll impersonators, and the establishment faction believes the left faction unfairly blames it for the behavior of its own troll impersonators. And but of course this apparent retrenchment might itself be fake, and people still might be made angry about it.
yes  trolls  fakenews  russia  bots 
february 2019 by yorksranter
These Secret Files Show How The Trump Moscow Talks Unfolded While Trump Heaped Praise On Putin
Dmitry Klokov is a weightlifter. A previous version of this story misidentified him as a wrestler // why is he even involved?
trump  russia  klokov 
february 2019 by yorksranter
Maria Butina’s Beau Snookered Investors With a Shady Oil Deal
While he was involved with accused Russian spy Maria Butina, Paul Erickson was trying to sell investors on an oil-rich real estate deal using a company that appears not to have existed on land that he did not own, according to multiple sources, court records, and data reviewed by The Daily Beast // perfect lead.
russia  butina  trump  corruption  journalism 
february 2019 by yorksranter
Russia Conducts Test of Nuclear-Powered Cruise Missile | The Diplomat
Russia conducted a partially successful test of its developmental nuclear-powered cruise missile, the Burevestnik, on January 29, 2019, according to U.S. government sources with knowledge of Russia’s weapons programs who spoke to the The Diplomat. The test took place at Russia’s Kapustin Yar missile test range and is the thirteenth to date involving the missile // Skyfall, is it?
skyfall  russia  rockets  nukes 
february 2019 by yorksranter
He Was the Perfect Fixer for Putin’s Russia. Until He Got Fixed. - The New York Times
“There is such a concept of being friends against someone. This is true in this situation,” he said
ukraine  russia 
february 2019 by yorksranter
Trump Sought a Loan During the 2016 Campaign. Deutsche Bank Said No. - The New York Times
Among their concerns was that if Mr. Trump won the election and then defaulted, Deutsche Bank would have to choose between not collecting on the debt or seizing the assets of the president of the United States // because of course he would totally have done that!
trump  deutschebank  russia 
february 2019 by yorksranter
Implementing the Minsk Agreements Might Drive Ukraine to Civil War. That’s Been Russia’s Plan All Along
At the same time, neither side wants to win, as evidenced by both Ukrainian and Russian unwillingness to assume reconstruction costs. A common joke is, “Loser gets Donbas.”
ukraine  russia 
february 2019 by yorksranter
Russia: an increasingly ‘normal’ country…with an abnormal regime | In Moscow's Shadows
Rather, what I want to focus on is her core point, that especially since 2014, Russia has been moving towards what Westerners might consider ‘normalcy,’ with less of the atomisation, survivalism and dependence on state institutions that has so consistently dogged Russian politics and society. In terms of the global values map reproduced below, the country is slowly but surely moving to the right // unfortunately it shows the UK as less secular than Austria?
january 2019 by yorksranter
Moscow shows the 9M729 missile and its launcher - Blog - Russian strategic nuclear forces
It's worth recalling that the U.S. case is built on a statement that even though the 9M729 missile has indeed never been tested to more than 500 km from a mobile launcher, it was tested "to distances well over 500 kilometers (km) from a fixed launcher." If the United States stands by this statement, it should say directly what Russia is not telling us about its tests.
rockets  russia  armscontrol  9m729 
january 2019 by yorksranter
Who Directed ‘Senior’ Trump Campaign Official To Contact Stone About WikiLeaks? – Talking Points Memo
A person familiar with the situation confirmed to TPM that the “high-ranking” official is Bannon. But that person noted that Bannon could not be the “senior Trump Campaign official” who initially contacted Stone about feeding the campaign information on WikiLeaks’ plans.
trump  bannon  russia  wikileaks 
january 2019 by yorksranter
Russia Is Running Low on World War II Soviet Tanks. It Found Help in Laos. - The New York Times
Too good. Putin does so many GPW parades Russia is combing the world for running T-34s.
t34  tank  putin  russia  kitsch 
january 2019 by yorksranter
French Donbas sniper heads 'security' for anti-government protests in Paris | KyivPost
According to French newspaper reports from 2014, as a member of the far-right bloc Identitaire de Toulouse, Lenta, allegedly referred to as “uncle Adolf” by his comrades, took part in multiple “ratonnades” – racist attacks, in English – that included the alleged firebombing of a mosque while he was a soldier based in Carcassonne, southern France, in 2008.
yellowjackets  russia  ukraine 
january 2019 by yorksranter
Far-Right German Journalist Implicated In Firebombing Of Hungarian Center In Ukraine
Together with Frohnmaier, the Bundestag member from the AfD, Ochsenreiter and others in 2016 founded a think tank called the German Center For Eurasian Studies. Ochsenreiter and Piskorski, the Polish nationalist suspected of espionage, served on the organization’s board.
russia  afd  ukraine  spook 
january 2019 by yorksranter
Trump's weekend: New Russia questions, shutdown irritants
White House aides expressed regret that the president did not more clearly and forcefully deny being a Russian agent when asked by the usually friendly Fox News host
media  trump  to_blog  russia 
january 2019 by yorksranter
Manafort Accused of Sharing Trump Polling Data With Russian Associate - The New York Times
Mr. Manafort asked Mr. Gates to tell Mr. Kilimnik to pass the data to two Ukrainian oligarchs, Serhiy Lyovochkin and Rinat Akhmetov, the person said. The oligarchs had financed Russian-aligned Ukrainian political parties that had hired Mr. Manafort as a political consultant.
trump  russia  manafort 
january 2019 by yorksranter
Air Force Magazine
The US and Britain devised a ludicrously simple and completely transparent cover story for the first overflights from UK bases. USAF was to provide four RB-45Cs to the RAF, which was to paint them in RAF colors and use American-trained RAF crews to fly them. If one was forced down in the Soviet Union, the US would point to the British insignia and disclaim all knowledge, while the British would make it clear that they owned no RB-45s, so it could not be theirs. Fortunately, the ruse was not put to the test.
spy  imaging  russia  coldwar  rb45 
january 2019 by yorksranter
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