Those who have read my latest article until the end —exactly zero as of this date, contrary to the Integrity Initiative ones— will have understood that I have a certain ‘opinion’ about the events of September the Eleventh (although I did not expose it in its entirety). I owe much of what I know now… Read More Interlude — Video Translation and Announcement: New “Ad Hominem Project”
[Temporary notice: Links still need a final check, but it needs time. I figured it would be alright if I still post the article for now] The core of this research has been undertaken a few years ago. It was back then in the form of one single long read mainly dealing with a US… Read More Narrative Supremacy — Part I: Narrative Networks
Note: If you wish to be introduced to the subject before reading this, it is all still relatively messy, but I recommend you start here and, if you have more time, here. You can also check here for the opinion of a former insider. Professor Tim Hayward is updating an inventory of relevant links at… Read More The Institute for Statecraft in Morocco
Note: As I have said previously, the Integrity Initiative scandal is only one component of research I have been conducting. But the more I go into this, the more it seems I will have to use these articles as ‘addons’ to the research, instead of these posts being excerpts: this post quickly stopped being one.… Read More Does the IfS Have a Trojan Horse in the Foreign & Commonwealth Office?
Note: This ‘article’ is [EDIT: was intended to be] an excerpt (with some changes) from an upcoming long read. The Integrity Initiative international scandal is a major event —perhaps not as much as Julian Assange’s arrest and the precedent that sets but still— despite it only scratching the surface of behind-the-scenes maneuvers and, of course,… Read More The IfS’s Middlewomen