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According to the Associated Press, the Centre for Research on Globalization promotes conspiracy theories. According to PolitiFact, the Centre "has advanced specious conspiracy theories on topics like 9/11, vaccines and global warming." Foreign Policy
notes that the Centre "sells books and videos that 'expose' how the
September 11 terrorist attacks were 'most likely a special covert
action' to 'further the goals of corporate globalization.'" A 2010 study categorized the website as a source of anti-vaccine misinformation. An Atlantic Council fellow has described it as "pro-Putin and anti-NATO".[unreliable source?] The Jewish Tribune described the Centre as being "rife with anti-Jewish conspiracy theory and Holocaust denial." The Centre has promoted the Irish slavery myth, which prompted a letter by more than 80 scholars debunking the myth. Writing for the New Republic, Muhammad Idrees Ahmad, Lecturer in Digital Journalism at the University of Stirling, describes the Centre's website as a "conspiracy site".