Beyond the Tweets, Is there a Method to the Madness when it Comes to Trump 2017

US President Donald Trump’s transactional approach to multinational agreements is very different from that of his predecessors. Whereas previous presidents have viewed international accords in the context of broader US trade and security strategy, Trump looks at them in isolation. Continue reading Beyond the Tweets, Is there a Method to the Madness when it Comes to Trump 2017

Germany and Austria Denounce More US Aggression – LewRockwell

“Unacceptable” new anti-Russian sanctions approved by the US Senate violate international law, affect European companies and have a real aim of benefitting the US oil and gas sector, Berlin and Vienna said in an angry joint statement. The new anti-Russian Continue reading Germany and Austria Denounce More US Aggression – LewRockwell

The Korean Peninsula Battleground No Longer Requires The US

Washington has been deeply involved in the Korean Peninsula since the end of World War II. Subsequently, the Cold War gave a zero-sum quality to international relations, with Washington’s loss being the Soviet Union’s gain. Having invested some 37,000 lives Continue reading The Korean Peninsula Battleground No Longer Requires The US

How To Hold Cyber Attackers Accountable When the State Denies Responsibility

The public attribution of a malicious cyber incident consists of identifying the responsible party behind the activity. A cyber attribution finding is a necessary prerequisite for holding actors accountable for malicious activity. Recently, several cyber incidents with geopolitical implications and Continue reading How To Hold Cyber Attackers Accountable When the State Denies Responsibility