London (MEE) – The head of the Twitter editorial for MENA is a part-time officer in the 77th Brigade, an ‘information warfare’ unit which has worked on ‘behavioral change’ projects in the region. The senior Twitter executive with editorial responsibility for the Middle East is also a part-time officer in
Geneva (GPA) – Last week, Geopolitics Alert editor Randi Nord participated in the 42nd session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland. Nord spoke as part of an eye-opening and in-depth panel alongside well-known Gulf activists, former politicians, and journalists living in exile. Participants broke down the
Tehran (TNA) – Twitter activists highlighted the amount of attention given to Notre Dame cathedral fire incident in comparison to destruction in Syria, Iraq, and even Palestine done by terrorist groups and Israeli forces. Twitter users pointed to the amount of attention paid and solidarities expressed by the nations and
Paris (GPA) – Emmanuel Macron recently voiced support for opposition in Venezuela even as his own country is ground to a halt every weekend by protests. There is an overused saying that “people in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones.” While these few words may be cliche there is definitely one
Kiev (GPA) – While western media frets over Trump’s withdrawal from Syria, Ukraine is trying to start a war with Russia. While much of the western media is fretting over the decision by US President Donald Trump to withdraw American troops from northern Syria there is another potential conflict brewing.
Paris (GR) – The Western media in chorus upholds France’s President Macron against the Yellow Vests Movement, which it describes as “Climate Deniers.” The New York Times casually describes the fuel tax hike as a carefully formulated economic policy to fight global climate change. It’s a lie. Hikes in the
Paris (TLS) – At least 168 protesters have been arrested in Paris. The police have used water cannons and tear gas to disperse demonstrations throughout France. Thousands of protesters took to the streets of French cities Saturday in the fifth weekend of nationwide demonstrations against Emmanuel Macron’s government, despite calls to hold off after a gun attack in Strasbourg earlier