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19.10.2021

"Kidnappers in Haiti Demand $17 Million to Free Missionary Group"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/19/world/americas/haiti-missionaries-ransom.html

Die Entführer der kürzlich in Haiti verschleppten 17 nordamerikanischen Missionarinnen und Missionare forderten 17 Millionen US-Dollar Lösegeld, berichten Maria Abi-Habib, Constant Méheut und Andre Paultre. "'The demand was made to the country chief of the Christian Aid Ministries,' [Haiti's] Justice Minister Liszt Quitel said in a phone interview. It might signal just the start of a long negotiation, Mr. Quitel said. (…) As far as he knows, Mr. Quitel said, the gang has not issued a deadline for payment."

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19.10.2021

"Ecuador's President Declares State of Emergency to Battle Crime"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/19/world/americas/ecuador-state-of-emergency.html

Ecuadors Präsident Guillermo Lasso habe den Ausnahmezustand ausgerufen, um den Drogenhandel und andere Verbrechen in seinem Land zu bekämpfen, berichtet The New York Times. "In a national broadcast on Monday night, Mr. Lasso said, 'There is only one enemy: drug trafficking.' (…) The state of emergency gives the authorities the power to restrict freedom of movement, assembly and association. Mr. Lasso said drug trafficking had fueled an increase in homicides, burglaries, thefts of vehicles and goods, and robberies of people."

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16.10.2021

"Syria Accuses Israel of Assassinating Official Near Golan Heights"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/16/world/syria-accuses-israel-of-assassinating-official-near-golan-height
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Syriens Regierung habe Israel beschuldigt, ein ehemaliges Mitglied des syrischen Parlaments getötet zu haben, bemerkt Ronen Bergman. "The official, Midhat Saleh, who was responsible for overseeing the strategic Golan Heights boundary, was shot and killed by an apparent sniper while inside Syria near the shared border between the two countries. (…) Mr. Saleh, a member of the Druse religious minority, served 12 years in an Israeli prison on charges of using mines and explosives with the intention of killing Israeli civilians and soldiers. (…) In 1997, after his release, he went to Syria, where he was elected to Parliament. A senior Israeli defense official, who would not address Israel's involvement in any killing, said Mr. Saleh was working with Iran's Revolutionary Guard to establish the military infrastructure along the border necessary for an attack against Israel."

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12.10.2021

"Cases of 'Havana Syndrome' Reported at U.S. Embassy in Colombia"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/12/us/politics/havana-syndrome-colombia.html

Mindestens zwei Angestellte der US-Botschaft in Kolumbien zeigten Symptome des sogenannten "Havanna-Syndroms", bemerkt Lara Jakes. "The State Department is investigating new complaints of brain injuries linked to the so-called Havana Syndrome at the U.S. Embassy in Colombia, a senior administration official said on Tuesday, a week before Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken is scheduled to visit the country. (…) Though the origins of Havana Syndrome remain unknown, its symptoms are similar to those caused by surveillance equipment used by Russia during the Cold War."

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12.10.2021

"North Korea Displays Large Missile Arsenal Amid Stalled Talks"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/12/world/asia/north-korea-missiles-kim-jong-un.html

Nordkoreas Machthaber Kim Jong Un habe erklärt, er glaube den wiederholten Beteuerungen der USA nicht, keine feindlichen Absichten gegenüber seinem Land zu hegen, schreibt Choe Sang-Hun. "Mr. Kim vowed to further build up his country's military might. 'The U.S. has frequently signaled it's not hostile to our state, but there is no action-based evidence to make us believe that they are not hostile,' he said. He called the United States 'hypocritical' for helping South Korea boost its missile and other military forces in the name of 'deterring' North Korea - just as it was condemning the North's own development and tests of missiles as 'provocations.'"

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07.10.2021

"Two Teachers Are Killed in Kashmir, Where Militant Attacks Are Surging"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/07/world/asia/kashmir-killings-militants-teachers.html

In Kaschmir sollen am vergangenen Donnerstag zwei Lehrer von maskierten Angreifern getötet worden sein, meldet Sameer Yasir. "The masked militants barged into a school in Kashmir, a Muslim majority region in India, demanding to know the religious identity of its teachers. Then they separated two non-Muslim teachers and shot them at close range, a police officer said. The killings on Thursday in the city of Srinagar were the latest in a series of attacks largely targeting Hindu and Sikh civilians in Kashmir, once again raising alarm about the rise of a militancy that drove out religious minority groups from the region nearly three decades ago."

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05.10.2021

"For Sale Now: U.S.-Supplied Weapons in Afghan Gun Shops"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/05/world/asia/us-weapons-afghanistan.html

In Afghanistan würden Waffenhändler Geschäfte mit beschlagnahmten US-amerikanischen Waffen machen, erklären Ruhullah Khapalwak und David Zucchino. "In the chaos of the American military withdrawal and the Taliban takeover this summer, thousands of American-made weapons and tons of military equipment were seized by the militants as government military bases surrendered or were overrun. With the Taliban in power, more American weapons and military accessories are now being openly sold in shops by Afghan gun dealers who paid government soldiers and Taliban fighters for guns, ammunition and other matériel, according to weapons dealers in Kandahar Province in southern Afghanistan."

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05.10.2021

"Captured, Killed or Compromised: C.I.A. Admits to Losing Dozens of Informants"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/05/us/politics/cia-informants-killed-captured.html

Der US-Geheimdienst CIA habe eingeräumt, in den vergangenen Jahren zahlreiche Informantinnen und Informanten im Ausland verloren zu haben, bemerken Julian Barnes und Adam Goldman. "Top American counterintelligence officials warned every C.I.A. station and base around the world last week about troubling numbers of informants recruited from other countries to spy for the United States being captured or killed, people familiar with the matter said. The message, in an unusual top secret cable, said that the C.I.A.'s counterintelligence mission center had looked at dozens of cases in the last several years involving foreign informants who had been killed, arrested or most likely compromised. (…) In recent years, adversarial intelligence services in countries such as Russia, China, Iran and Pakistan have been hunting down the C.I.A.'s sources and in some cases turning them into double agents."

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04.10.2021

"Why the Taliban's Repression of Women May Be More Tactical Than Ideological"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/04/world/asia/taliban-women-afghanistan.html

Frauen würden von den Taliban in Afghanistan nicht nur aufgrund ideologischer Überzeugungen unterdrückt werden, konstatiert Amanda Taub. "(…) [T]he Taliban's decision to restrict women's freedom begins to look like a political choice as much as it is a matter of ideology. (…) [R]estricting women's freedom serves as a powerful demonstration of the Taliban's power. When women and girls vanish from offices and schools, it shows that the Taliban have enough power - and implicitly, enough capacity and willingness to use violence - to dramatically re-engineer public spaces."

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02.10.2021

"Pakistan in Talks With Taliban Militants, Even as Attacks Ramp Up"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/02/world/asia/pakistan-taliban-talks.html

Pakistans Regierung führe Verhandlungen mit Teilen der pakistanischen Taliban, erläutert Salman Masood. "Pakistan is holding talks with factions of the Pakistani Taliban, a banned militant group responsible for some of the country's worst terrorist attacks, and would forgive members who lay down their weapons, Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Friday. Although details of the talks were unclear, negotiations with the group known as Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan, or T.T.P., would be the most significant development since similar efforts failed in 2014 and Pakistan turned to a massive military operation to diminish the group."

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29.09.2021

"In Week of Words, It Often Seemed Like the Divided Nations"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/29/world/un-general-assembly-speeches.html

Rick Gladstone analysiert die Reden der Staats- und Regierungschefs vor der diesjährigen UN-Generalversammlung: "They all spoke about unity, shared values and the common enemies Covid-19 and climate change. But in speeches this past week by dozens of leaders at the U.N. General Assembly, many simply talked past each other when it came to the many regional conflicts percolating around the world. Intransigence, and sometimes even hardened positions, permeated the words from antagonists in the Middle East, Asia, Latin America and Europe."

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22.09.2021

"Biden Declared the War Over. But Wars Go On."

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/22/us/politics/biden-war.html

Mark Mazzett beleuchtet das weltweite militärische Engagement der USA: "There are no longer American troops in Afghanistan, but America's wars go on. (…) There are more than 40,000 American troops stationed around the Middle East, including 2,500 troops in Iraq more than 18 years after President George W. Bush ordered an invasion of that country. About 900 troops are in Syria on a mission begun by President Barack Obama in 2015, and Mr. Biden has said he would direct the military to carry out future operations in Afghanistan against emerging terrorist threats, even if they are launched from bases outside the country."

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22.09.2021

"India Opens Its Highest Military Ranks to Women After Lengthy Fight"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/22/world/asia/india-military-women.html

Indiens Oberstes Gericht habe Frauen die Möglichkeit eröffnet, eine militärische Laufbahn auf höchster Ebene einzuschlagen, bemerken Hari Kumar und Emily Schmall. "The court ordered the government to allow women in November, for the first time, to take the entrance exam to India's premier defense academy, the pipeline for the country's top army, navy and air force commanders. While the court allowed the government to continue to exclude women from most combat roles, the ruling could encourage more women to pursue careers in the military. (…) Across India, women have been pushing for greater roles in the workplace."

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21.09.2021

"Australia's Submarines Make Waves in Asia Long Before They Go to Sea"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/21/world/asia/australia-submarines-china.html

Chris Buckley fasst die Reaktionen asiatischer Staaten auf das jüngst angekündigte Sicherheitsbündnis "AUKUS" zwischen Australien, Großbritannien und den USA zusammen: "Japan and Taiwan, both strong United States allies, quickly endorsed the security agreement. Other Asian governments have, through their remarks or silence, signified misgivings or apprehension about riling China. (…) India, which has veered between border clashes with China and efforts to patch up ties with its neighbor, has been muted about the agreement. So has South Korea, which wants to keep steady relations with Beijing while it focuses on potential conflict with North Korea. Indonesia's foreign ministry said it was 'deeply concerned over the continuing arms race.' Malaysia has voiced worry."

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21.09.2021

"In his U.N. debut, Biden calls for global unity against common threats."

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/21/world/americas/un-general-assembly-biden.html

Rick Gladstone, David Sanger und Michael Shear fassen Joe Bidens erste Rede als US-Präsident vor der UN-Vollversammlung zusammen: "Speaking to a smaller than usual audience of his peers because of the still-raging Covid-19 pandemic, Mr. Biden called for a new era of global unity against the coronavirus, emerging technological threats and the expanding influence of autocratic nations such as China and Russia. 'No matter how challenging or how complex the problems we're going to face, government by and for the people is still the best way to deliver for all of our people,' he said, insisting that the United States and its Western allies would remain vital partners."

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18.09.2021

"The Scientist and the A.I.-Assisted, Remote-Control Killing Machine"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/18/world/middleeast/iran-nuclear-fakhrizadeh-assassination-israel.html

Ronen Bergman und Farnaz Fassihi rekonstruieren die Tötung des iranischen Atomwissenschaftlers Mohsen Fakhrizadeh am 27. November 2020: "Convinced that Mr. Fakhrizadeh was leading Iran's efforts to build a nuclear bomb, Israel had wanted to kill him for at least 14 years. (…) Around 1 p.m., the hit team received a signal that Mr. Fakhrizadeh, his wife and a team of armed guards in escort cars were about to leave for Absard, where many of Iran's elite have second homes and vacation villas. The assassin, a skilled sniper, took up his position, calibrated the gun sights, cocked the weapon and lightly touched the trigger. He was nowhere near Absard, however. He was peering into a computer screen at an undisclosed location more than 1,000 miles away. The entire hit squad had already left Iran."

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11.09.2021

"F.B.I. Releases Newly Declassified Document Related to Sept. 11 Attacks"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/11/us/politics/sept-11-saudi-arabia-biden.html

Die US-Bundespolizei FBI habe ein bisher unter Verschluss gehaltenes Dokument zur möglichen Rolle der Regierung Saudi-Arabiens bei den Terroranschlägen vom 11. September 2001 veröffentlicht, beobachten Mark Mazzetti und Michael Schmidt. "Some members of the commission that investigated the 2001 attacks believed that if the Saudi government had any role in the plot, it was likely to have involved consular officials. But the document released on Saturday provided no new conclusive evidence about the Saudi government's role. Speculation around the possible Saudi role increased over the years because of the government's refusal to declassify 28 pages of a 2002 congressional inquiry into the Sept. 11 attacks that specifically addressed possible connections between the kingdom and the terrorist plot."

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10.09.2021

"Facebook sent flawed data to misinformation researchers."

https://www.nytimes.com/live/2020/2020-election-misinformation-distortions/facebook-sent-flawed-data-to-m
isinformation-researchers

Facebook habe fehlerhafte Daten an Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler weitergeleitet, welche die Verbreitung von Falschnachrichten untersuchten, erklärt Davey Alba. "The data included the interactions of only about half of Facebook's U.S. users - the ones who engaged with political pages enough to make their political leanings clear - not all of them as the company had said. (…) 'This undermines trust researchers may have in Facebook,' said Cody Buntain, an assistant professor and social media researcher at the New Jersey Institute of Technology who was part of the group of researchers, known as Social Science One, who have been given the user activity information. (…) This is the second time in recent weeks that researchers and journalists have found discrepancies in the data sets Facebook has provided for more transparency on the platform."

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09.09.2021

"A Qatari jet carries more than 100 foreigners from Kabul."

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/09/world/asia/afghanistan-china.html

Erstmals seit dem Ende der Evakuierungsaktion der USA und anderer Staaten habe ein internationales Passagierflugzeug Afghanistan verlassen, schreiben Victor Blue, Sami Sahak und Marc Santora. "The first passenger flight to leave Afghanistan since the frenzied U.S. military evacuation ended late last month arrived in Doha, the Qatari capital, on Thursday with more than 100 foreigners, including Americans, aboard, and Biden administration officials said they expected more such flights in coming days. (...) The flight was the first step in resolving a diplomatic impasse that has left scores of Americans and other international workers stranded in Afghanistan. However, there has been no indication that the Taliban will allow tens of thousands of Afghans who qualify for emergency American visas to leave."

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03.09.2021

"Biden Moves to Declassify Some Documents Related to Sept. 11"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/03/us/politics/biden-sept-11.html

Präsident Joe Biden habe das US-Justizministerium und weitere Behörden angewiesen, die Veröffentlichung geheimer Dokumente zu den Terroranschlägen am 11. September 2001 auf die USA zu prüfen, beobachtet Annie Karni. "For years, families of the victims of the Sept. 11 attacks have pushed the federal government to reveal more information about any Saudi involvement in financing the attacks. (…) It is not clear what documents the Justice Department will release when its review is complete."

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25.08.2021

"Facebook Said to Consider Forming an Election Commission"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/08/25/technology/facebook-election-commission.html

Facebook erwäge die Berufung einer Kommission, die das Unternehmen bei Fragen rund um Wahlen beraten soll, bemerken Sheera Frenkel, Mike Isaac und Ryan Mac. "Facebook has approached academics and policy experts about forming a commission to advise it on global election-related matters, said five people with knowledge of the discussions, a move that would allow the social network to shift some of its political decision-making to an advisory body. The proposed commission could decide on matters such as the viability of political ads and what to do about election-related misinformation, said the people, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the discussions were confidential. (…) Outsourcing election matters to a panel of experts could help Facebook sidestep criticism of bias by political groups, two of the people said."

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24.08.2021

"Biden Sticks to Afghan Deadline, Resisting Pleas to Extend Evacuation"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/08/24/world/asia/biden-afghanistan-withdrawal-evacuation.html

Die USA hielten an ihrem Vorhaben fest, bis Monatsende sämtliche Truppen aus Afghanistan abzuziehen, konstatieren Mark Landler und Michael D. Shear. "President Biden said Tuesday that the United States intended to withdraw completely from Afghanistan at the end of the month as planned, rebuffing pleas from Britain, France and other NATO allies to keep troops in Kabul and hastening the end of a frantic evacuation that has become a grim coda to two decades of war. (...) Even as Mr. Biden spoke from the White House, officials said the United States had already begun to reduce its military presence at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, sending about 300 of the 5,800 Marines and soldiers home in anticipation of the conclusion of their rescue mission within a week."

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22.08.2021

"ISIS Poses 'Acute' Threat to U.S. Evacuation Efforts in Kabul, Sullivan Says"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/08/22/us/politics/isis-kabul-airport.html

Der Nationale Sicherheitsberater von US-Präsident Joe Biden, Jake Sullivan, habe vor einem Terroranschlag des sogenannten "Islamischen Staates" auf den Flughafen in Kabul gewarnt, schreibt Eric Schmitt. "President Biden's national security adviser warned on Sunday that the threat of a terrorist attack by the Islamic State posed a serious danger to the administration's evacuation of thousands of Americans and Afghan allies from the international airport in Kabul. 'The threat is real. It is acute. It is persistent. And it is something that we are focused on with every tool in our arsenal,' Jake Sullivan, the national security adviser, said on CNN's 'State of the Union.'"

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19.08.2021

"With Afghan Collapse, Moscow Takes Charge in Central Asia"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/08/19/world/asia/afghanistan-russia.html

Russland habe in Folge der faktischen Machtübernahme der Taliban in Afghanistan an Einfluss in Zentralasien gewonnen, erklären Andrew Kramer und Anton Troianovski. "The strengthening of Russia's position in Central Asian security matters is part of a broader shift brought about by the Taliban's rise to power. Russia, China and Pakistan all stand to gain influence in regional affairs with the West's withdrawal, while the United States and India stand to lose. 'I'm thinking of this as a post-Western or post-U.S. space now,' said Alexander Cooley, director of the Harriman Institute at Columbia University, and an authority on Central Asia. 'It's a region transforming itself without the United States.' And largely to Russia's benefit."

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17.08.2021

"Intelligence Warned of Afghan Military Collapse, Despite Biden's Assurances"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/08/17/us/politics/afghanistan-biden-administration.html

Die US-Geheimdienste hätten frühzeitig vor einem schnellen Kollaps des afghanischen Militärs gewarnt, stellen Julian Barnes, Adam Goldman und Mark Mazzetti fest. "One report in July - as dozens of Afghan districts were falling and Taliban fighters were laying siege to several major cities - laid out the growing risks to Kabul, noting that the Afghan government was unprepared for a Taliban assault, according to a person familiar with the intelligence. Intelligence agencies predicted that should the Taliban seize cities, a cascading collapse could happen rapidly and the Afghan security forces were at high risk of falling apart."

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16.08.2021

"Biden stands behind Afghan withdrawal, despite 'hard and messy' final days."

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/08/16/us/politics/biden-afghanistan.html

Präsident Joe Biden habe seine Entscheidung verteidigt, die US-Truppen aus Afghanistan abzuziehen, berichten David Sanger und Michael Shear. "Speaking to the American people from the East Room after returning briefly to the White House from Camp David, Mr. Biden said he had no regrets about his decision to end the longest war in United States history. But he lamented that two decades of support failed to turn the Afghan military into a force capable of securing its own country. (…) 'Afghanistan political leaders gave up and fled the country,' he said, accusing the military of laying down its arms after two decades of U.S. training and hundreds of billions of dollars in equipment and resources."

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09.08.2021

"U.S. Signals It Will Release Some Still-Secret Files on Saudi Arabia and 9/11"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/08/09/us/politics/sept-11-saudi-arabia-biden.html

Die US-Regierung erwäge, bislang unter Verschluss gehaltene Akten zu den Terroranschlägen vom 11. September zu veröffentlichen, schreiben Katie Rogers, Heather Murphy und Charlie Savage. "The Biden administration, under pressure from families of victims of the Sept. 11 attacks, said on Monday that it intended to disclose some long-classified documents that the families think could detail connections between the government of Saudi Arabia and the hijackers who carried out the attacks. (...) In a court filing in long-running litigation brought by the victims' families against Saudi Arabia, the Justice Department said that the F.B.I. 'recently' closed a portion of its investigation into the terrorist attacks and was beginning a review of documents that it had previously said must remain secret with an eye toward disclosing more of them."

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28.07.2021

"South Africa Is Falling Apart"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/07/28/opinion/south-africa-violence-anc.html

William Shoki beschreibt die jüngsten Entwicklungen in Südafrika: "In the past few weeks, South Africa was gripped by the biggest explosion of unrest in decades. Shopping malls and warehouses were looted, supply trucks attacked and businesses destroyed. At least 337 people died. (…) President Cyril Ramaphosa has since sought to calm the country, suggesting the worst is over. But it doesn't feel that way. In fact, the events of the past weeks have demonstrated a bleak truth about the country. The deep rot of South Africa's social and political order - rife with racial tension, communal mistrust, injustice and corruption - is now on full display. The rainbow nation, supposed beacon of reconciliation, is falling apart."

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25.07.2021

"Disinformation for Hire, a Shadow Industry, Is Quietly Booming"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/07/25/world/europe/disinformation-social-media.html

Private Firmen, deren Geschäftsmodell die Verbreitung von Desinformationen ist, gewönnen an Bedeutung, konstatiert Max Fisher. "Private firms, straddling traditional marketing and the shadow world of geopolitical influence operations, are selling services once conducted principally by intelligence agencies. They sow discord, meddle in elections, seed false narratives and push viral conspiracies, mostly on social media. And they offer clients something precious: deniability. 'Disinfo-for-hire actors being employed by government or government-adjacent actors is growing and serious', said Graham Brookie, director of the Atlantic Council's Digital Forensic Research Lab, calling it 'a boom industry'."

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20.07.2021

"Constant but Camouflaged, Flurry of Cyberattacks Offer Glimpse of New Era"

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/07/20/world/global-cyberattacks.html

Einst als eine neue Art der Kriegsführung gedacht, seien von Regierungen beauftragte Hackerangriffe inzwischen ein weitverbreitetes und vielleicht dauerhaftes Merkmal der globalen Ordnung geworden, konstatiert Max Fisher. "Governments have become cannier at exploiting the connectivity of the digital era to advance their interests and weaken their enemies. So have freelance hackers who often sell their services to states, blurring the line between international cyberconflict and everyday crime. (…) Rather than resembling a new kind of war, hacking is coming to play a role in the 21st century much like espionage did in the 20th, analysts and former officials believe. It is a never-ending cat-and-mouse game played by small states and great powers alike."

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