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Статья в Foreign Policy,  How Social Media Built the Case for Trump’s Strike on Syria, довольно критическая по поводу ударов по Сирии, недовольна, что решение было принято на основании твитов, но противопоставляет эти твиты организованной кампании русских троллей:


The intelligence assessments presented over the weekend by the United States and France to justify missiles strikes against Syria for its alleged use of chemical weapons in a Damascus suburb relied to an unusual degree on information gleaned from open source material and social media. Russia, meanwhile, is mustering an army of internet trolls to shift blame for the chemical weapons attack.


А вот кто и как организовал и финансировал эти "open source material and social media": 


https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/factsheet-the-uks-non-humanitarian-aid-response-to-the-syria-crisis--2/providing-non-humanitarian-assistance-in-syria


Moderate voices, Civil Society and Human Rights: £12m


[...] Syrian human rights activists are being given the training and tools necessary to promote accountability via the collection of forensic and other evidence of human rights abuses, including of sexual violence for future use in criminal proceedings. UK-funded projects are also building the capacity of civil society, media, local councils and a range of other key stakeholders to support transitional justice and good governance. 



Tags: media, syria, uk
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