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How does the blockade against Venezuela manifest? Part I

Since the coming to power of the Bolivarian Revolution, with the election of Hugo Chavez as President in 1998, Venezuela is in the sights of U.S. interests in the continent and occupies a privileged place – as a priority target – in its strategy of global domination.

The Changing Face of Regime Change

External involvement to influence election outcomes isn’t anything new. All parties contesting national polls do try the best they can to influence the process. Where things start going wrong is when they choose to use ‘any means possible’ to influence the vote, including a wide array of inordinate, irregular and/or illegal means ranging from ‘buying votes’ to ‘spreading false news’.

How the Russian government used disinformation and cyber warfare in 2016 election – an ethical hacker explains

The Soviet Union and now Russia under Vladimir Putin have waged a political power struggle against the West for nearly a century. Spreading false and distorted information – called “dezinformatsiya” after the Russian word for “disinformation” – is an age-old strategy for coordinated and sustained influence campaigns that have interrupted the possibility of level-headed political discourse.

Trump Draws Ire For Demanding Deportation Without Courts

Law360 (June 25, 2018, 10:29 PM EDT) -- The White House press secretary defended President Donald Trump’s tweets suggesting that unauthorized border crossers should be deported without judicial proceedings despite widespread condemnation from the legal community, saying Monday that immigrants who do not have hearing before a judge still retain due process rights.
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