Cyberattacks: Toward attribution beyond a reasonable doubt

As DOJ Deputy Assistant Attorney General John Demers said in revealing the October charges against the seven Russian GRU officers, “the defendants believed that they could use their perceived anonymity to act with impunity, in their own countries and on territories of other sovereign nations, to undermine international institutions and to distract from their government’s ...
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Obama and Renzi Toast Remarks at State Dinner

Toast Remarks by President Obama and Prime Minister Renzi of Italy at State Dinner The White House Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release October 18, 2016 South Lawn Tent 9:21 P.M. EDT PRESIDENT OBAMA:  Good evening, everybody!  Buonasera!  On behalf of Michelle and myself, welcome to the White House.  And welcome to the final ...
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Remarks by Vice President Biden, Secretary Kerry and Italian PM Renzi at State Luncheon

Our two nations are NATO allies; we work together extremely closely in Afghanistan and Iraq. We are partners in training international peacekeepers and security forces. We stand side by side in the fight against terrorist groups who are trying to destroy the very civilization that Roman lawmakers, philosophers, and artists did so much to create.
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Press Conference of President Obama and PM Renzi

Press Conference of President Obama and Prime Minister Renzi of the Republic of Italy The White House Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release October 18, 2016 Rose Gargen 11:44 A.M. EDT PRESIDENT OBAMA:  Please, everybody have a seat.  Salve.   Once again, I want to welcome Prime Minister Renzi and his delegation back to ...
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Remarks by President Obama and PM Renzi in Arrival Ceremony

And in Italy, and in Prime Minister Renzi, the United States has a partner with whom we share a common vision. Inclusive, growing economies that create opportunity and reduce injustice and inequality. A Europe that is whole, and free, and at peace. A strong NATO alliance committed to our collective defense and united in the ...
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Fact Sheet: United States-Italy Cooperation

The United States and Italy are working together bilaterally and through the NATO Alliance on international security and humanitarian efforts such as the Counter-ISIL Coalition, Afghanistan, Syria, Libya, and the refugee and migration crisis in the Mediterranean. Italy is a strong partner and leader in the global effort to counter terrorism and violent extremism, and ...
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Joint Statement on Syria by the Foreign Ministers of France, Italy, Germany, the UK, the U.S., and the EU

We demand immediate, expanded humanitarian access to all areas of Syria, including those on the United Nations' priority list, and we deplore the delays and obstruction caused primarily by the Syrian regime of humanitarian deliveries to Syrians in desperate need. We fully support the United Nations investigations of the use of chemical weapons in Syria ...
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Joint Communique on Libya

We reaffirm our solidarity with the Libyan people and express our sympathy for those who lost their lives in the fight against terrorism. We also welcome the efforts against terrorist groups as listed by the UN in other parts of Libya, including Benghazi, and commit to collectively pursue those efforts. We urge all Libyans to ...
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