Skripal Case Part of UK Bid to Revive Cold War - Ex-Pentagon Adviser - Sputnik International

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January 09, 2019
Skripal Case Part of UK Bid to Revive Cold War - Ex-Pentagon Adviser - Sputnik International
Salisbury home of poisoned Russian spy Sergei Skripal to be dismantled by military teams in Novichok decontamination effort - City A.M.
When free societies copy Russian media tactics, there’s only one winner - The Guardian
Prince Harry to join 1,000 soldiers in Norway practising Russia counter-attack - Metro.co.uk
Salisbury novichok attack: Ambulance station may never re-open - Daily Mail

Skripal Case Part of UK Bid to Revive Cold War - Ex-Pentagon Adviser - Sputnik International

Sputnik International
Opinion21:32 09.01.2019Get short URL WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - Leaks exposing the UK’s role in the notorious Skripal affair shine a light on London’s strategy to revive Cold War tensions and to justify increasing its intelligence budget, former Pentagon adviser Karen Kwiatkowski told Sputnik.
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Salisbury home of poisoned Russian spy Sergei Skripal to be dismantled by military teams in Novichok decontamination effort - City A.M.

City A.M.
Military experts are set to partly dismantle the home of a former Russian spy who was targeted with Novichok as part of ongoing decontamination works. Sergei Skripal, 66, and his daughter Yulia, 33, were poisoned by the nerve agent at his home in Salisbury in March when it was sprayed on the front door handle.
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When free societies copy Russian media tactics, there’s only one winner - The Guardian

The Guardian
How do you respond when a principle that forms part of the bedrock of your society is used to undermine it? This is the question facing liberal democracies across the world as Russia and others exploit free speech and its institutions – especially traditional and social media – through misinformation and electoral interference.
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Prince Harry to join 1,000 soldiers in Norway practising Russia counter-attack - Metro.co.uk

Metro.co.uk
Prince Harry is set to join one of Britain’s largest war exercises against Russia in 20 years, in a show of strength against Vladimir Putin, it has been revealed. The royal has secretly agreed to take part in training with more than 1,000 elite Marines in Norway, who will be practising a counter-attack against a Russian invasion of Norway.
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Salisbury novichok attack: Ambulance station may never re-open - Daily Mail

Daily Mail
2010 - Sergei Skripal, a former Russian military intelligence officer jailed for spying for Britain, is released and flown to the UK as part of a swap with Russian agents caught in the United States.
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