Researches about Ukraine

TEG Working Group News Roundup April 28 – May 5

Hoover Institution

TEG Working Group News Roundup April 28 – May 5
Mon, 05/22/2023 – 14:26
In this week’s edition, Russia blames Ukraine for a drone incident at the Kremlin, big tech CEOs meet with Vice President Kamala Harris, Samsung bans employees from using ChatGPT, and climate misinformation is still monetized on YouTube.

Industrial Policy & International Security

Russian Government Says Kremlin Hit by Ukraine Drones, Blames Kyiv | Wall Street Journal

On Wednesday, two drones crashed into the Kremlin, and Russian government officials have blamed Ukraine for the incident. However, Ukrainian officials have officially denied these allegations. Mykhailo Podolyak, an advisor to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, has suggested that domestic opponents of Russian President Vladimir Putin may have been responsible for the attack. White House officials have denied any involvement in the incident and emphasized that the US does not support any attacks by Ukraine outside of its borders. Although White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre did not directly accuse Russia of staging the attack as a means to generate more political support for their offensive against Ukraine, she did mention that Russia has a history of carrying out false flag operations. The incident precedes planned Victory Day celebrations scheduled in the …read more

Source:: Hoover Institution

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