Kit Klarenberg

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Kit Klarenberg is an investigative journalist exploring the role of intelligence services in shaping politics and perceptions. Follow him on Twitter @KitKlarenberg.
At the start of June, Admiral Robert Bauer, head of NATO’s military committee, announced that the military alliance had finalized plans to recognize state-backed cyberattacks on its members as a dedicated pretext for activating Article 5. Reportedly “a joint decision of all allies,” from now on, foreign hacking blitzes...
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On March 24th, this journalist exposed how London was at the forefront of efforts to launch a ground invasion of Yugoslavia, during NATO’s illegal March-May 1999 bombing campaign. Mercifully, this noxious project never came to pass, but declassified files show there was a further, secret component to Britain’s war effort...
Numerous Hong Kong residents who participated in violent protests against Chinese Communist Party rule just a few years ago are now living and working in China, according to a recent article by Bloomberg. Among the “record number of residents” who are “flocking to Shenzhen for cheap food and a...
On February 4th, The Economist published a devastating analysis—or perhaps, “pre-mortem”—on the collapse of the German Social Democratic Party (SPD) under Olaf Scholz’s stewardship. Elected in what the Western media contemporaneously branded a “shock” result in September 2021, hopes for his coalition government in many quarters were high. Today,...
Kosovo Albanians gather to pay their respects to their relatives and victims of the Racak massacre in the village of Racak, Kosovo on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019. Kosovo Albanians gathered in the village of Racak on Thursday to mark the 20th anniversary of the massacre of more than 40 ethnic Albanians by Serb security forces. (AP Photo/Visar Kryeziu)
The Lies About the Killing at Račak Continue in the West to This Day January 15th marked the 25th anniversary of an alleged massacre in Račak, Kosovo, then a core component of what remained of Yugoslavia. The alleged killing of Albanian civilians by Serbian security forces provided the trigger for NATO’s...
On December 17th, Serbian voters went to the polls in a snap general election. The result was President Aleksandar Vucic’s ruling Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) coalition regained its parliamentary majority. Immediately, pro-Western, liberal opposition party Serbia Against Violence (SPN) declared widespread fraud in the government’s favor, and committed to...
On February 2nd, eagle-eyed pro-China activist Arnaud Bertrand revealed that WEghur Stories, a podcast “working to create a conversation within and about the global Uyghur diaspora” that has been aggressively promoted on Facebook and Spotify, is funded by Washington’s French diplomatic mission—and that John Bair, its co-creator, co-host and...
The at-times fiery protests that raged across Belarus throughout 2020 had largely fizzled out by the time local activist and seeming neo-Nazi Roman Protasevich was dramatically arrested in May this year. Now, the country has been catapulted back to the top of the mainstream news agenda, with new life breathed...
Classified UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) documents released by hacktivist collective Anonymous raise serious questions about London’s cloak-and-dagger activities in Lebanon, and whether they may have led to the ouster of the country’s government.   Due to Lebanon’s position at the crossroads of the Mediterranean Basin and Arabia, and...