Daily Archives: Wednesday May 16th, 2018

American official: Damascus and Moscow are testing us daily and knocking our communications down

American forces in Syria are increasingly facing attacks from Russian and Syrian electronic warfare weapons, as Moscow uses the conflict to test its future arsenal. General Raymond Thomas, head of the U.S. Special Operations Command, said that Syria has become “the most aggressive electronic warfare environment on the planet”.  Speaking at a geospatial intelligence conference in Florida, Thomas said that ...

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The critical juncture between two major projects

By Nasser Qindeel If we were to recount history, we can safely say that the Israeli invasion of Lebanon was one link of  many other links forming the open-ended series of confrontations. At that time,  the US,  its multi-national forces and those of  France, Britain and Italy maintained sizeable military presence and sponsored the 17th of May Treaty. Back then, ...

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Justice and Development Party – undermining the foundations of the Turkish Republic (Part X)

Prepared by “Ahmed Suleiman Ibrahim”  Researcher in Turkish affairs (10 of 16) If we address the issue within this framework, Turkey, according to Fuller’s view, is a “failed” example of secularism that followed the model of the French secular school. Because of its secularism, it has renounced the Islamic world and can no longer influence it, but (in a positive ...

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The world’s smallest neurotransmitter innovation

Japanese optogenetics scientists have shown that chemical compounds are not the only ones that affect brain function and activity. The scientists stressed that light is also a powerful stimulator of the work of the brain, the light waves activate certain proteins and affect the activity. Scientists implanted optical devices in the brains of rodents and altered the behavior of animals ...

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