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... with investors unnerved by the prospect of a global trade war as China fired its first retaliatory salvo against tariffs of up to $60 billion announced by the Trump administration. Investors sought shelter in gold and the Japanese yen, which was trading at its highest levels since the U.S. presidential election ...

I've previously written about how elections consist of both the procedural and technical processes to collect and tally votes, and the arena of ideas where ... the Internet Research Agency (IRA) from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election.
Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg waded into the Cambridge Analytica scandal, apologizing in an interview with CNBC Thursday (March 22) and predicting the company will face more regulation as a result. Echoing what Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said about the scandal ...
The Baltic states–Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia–have long since turned to the West; NATO troops are even stationed there now, a direct result of Russia's continued antagonism. ... Putin's worst decision was the green light he gave his intelligence services to play with the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
A recent study by education company Kaplan Test Prep has found that more students were encouraged to apply to law schools as a result of the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Boston University's School of Law has seen a spike in the number of applicants in recent years and a greater demonstrated ...
The story is still linked to Russia meddling in the US presidential election that saw Donald Trump racing ahead of Hillary Clinton. But around two years after the talk of this meddling started, the contours of the whole operation are coming into sharper focus. And it is in this big picture we meet Cambridge ...
Russian President Vladimir Putin is not losing any sleep over accusations that some of his fellow Russian citizens interfered with the U.S. presidential election. Why? Because there's ... “Could anyone really believe that Russia, thousands of miles away … influenced the outcome of the election? Doesn't that ...
The discovery of the unprecedented data harvesting, and the use to which it was put, raises urgent new questions about Facebook's role in targeting voters in the US presidential election. It comes only weeks after indictments of 13 Russians by the special counsel Robert Mueller which stated they had used ...
As a result, relations with the West have hit a post-Cold-War low. Britain and Russia are locked in a diplomatic dispute over the poisoning, and Washington is eyeing new sanctions on Moscow over allegations that it interfered in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, which Russia denies. Putin said late on ...



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