Monthly Archives: March 2014

Russia: old and new propaganda at work

This good analysis appeard a week ago in The Guardian, and was spotted by Nicole Matejic. The analysis puts the events in Crimea within a longer perspective, in terms of the information war. <p  

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The #HoCoPolice and the #ColumbiaMall Shooting

There has been a shooting incident at the Columbia mall. No additional details yet. PIO en route. Will update ASAP. — Howard County Police (@HCPDNews) January 25, 2014 Following crisis news in real time is nothing new. Orson Welles proved…

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