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    The peninsula as an island. Crimea in its third year since annexation
    Dec09

    The peninsula as an island. Crimea in its third year since annexation

    Regardless of the transport and social problems, the vast majority of the population have remained on the peninsula adapting to the new situation. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

    December EP Plenary Session: Human rights in focus: Yazidi activists win Sakharov Prize
    Dec09

    December EP Plenary Session: Human rights in focus: Yazidi activists win Sakharov Prize

    Written by Clare Ferguson with Jack Meredith, European Union 2015 – EP Yazidi survivors and public advocates Nadia Murad Busee and Lamiya Aji Bashar will receive the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought – the European Parliament’s recognition of human rights activism, bestowed annually – on Tuesday. Parliament’s Conference of...

    Reuters: Large UK-based international banks want transition period of up to five years after Brexit
    Dec09

    Reuters: Large UK-based international banks want transition period of up to five years after Brexit

    Reuters: Large UK-based international banks want transition period of up to five years after BrexitAccording to a document prepared by law firms and seen by Reuters, large UK-headquartered international banks want the Government to allow their industry to remain subject to EU law for a period of up to five years after the UK formally leaves the...

    Russia bombs Syria & uses refugees as a weapon while denying them asylum
    Dec09

    Russia bombs Syria & uses refugees as a weapon while denying them asylum

    Russia’s Migration Service is consistently denying Syrians asylum, claiming that there is nothing to stop them returning to their country. The officials cite Russia’s Foreign Ministry and Defence Ministry, ignoring both Russia’s direct involvement in making large parts of Syria unsafe for civilians and reports from the UN and...

    Trump, Brexit, and the Myth of Ukrainian Nationalism
    Dec09

    Trump, Brexit, and the Myth of Ukrainian Nationalism

    Assertions of a nationalist menace have always been directly at odds with the available electoral evidence on the ground in Ukraine. The rising tide of right-wing populism elsewhere in the Western world is now helping to highlight just how misplaced and disproportionate this scaremongering about Ukrainian nationalism really is. …read more...

    Russia bombs Syria & uses refugees as a weapon while denying them asylum
    Dec09

    Russia bombs Syria & uses refugees as a weapon while denying them asylum

    Russia’s Migration Service is consistently denying Syrians asylum, claiming that there is nothing to stop them returning to their country. The officials cite Russia’s Foreign Ministry and Defence Ministry, ignoring both Russia’s direct involvement in making large parts of Syria unsafe for civilians and reports from the UN and...

    Kerry at OSCE: Ukraine Crisis Must Be Resolved
    Dec08

    Kerry at OSCE: Ukraine Crisis Must Be Resolved

    United States. REMARKS. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Russia Is Fighting For Relevance, Not Dominance
    Dec08

    Russia Is Fighting For Relevance, Not Dominance

    Image credit: Poster Collection, RUSU 562, Hoover Institution Archives.Featured Commentaryvia StrategikaPrevalent in many western capitals is the narrative that Vladimir Putin is striving to regain dominance of the “lost” Soviet empire, and his aggressive behavior in Ukraine—especially his blatant annexation of Crimea in March 2014—is just the...

    Ukrainian President Rebuffs Fugitive’s Explosive Claims
    Dec08

    Ukrainian President Rebuffs Fugitive’s Explosive Claims

    Former lawmaker Onyshchenko, facing embezzlement case, releases recording allegedly proving Poroshenko’s dirty dealing. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    ‘Channeling Brussels’ with Sandy Vershbow
    Dec08

    ‘Channeling Brussels’ with Sandy Vershbow

    Former NATO Deputy Secretary General Alexander “Sandy” Vershbow on the challenge posed by Russia When someone with the long-range perspective of Sandy Vershbow says relations with Russia are the worst he’s seen in his entire career, everyone should take notice. In this week’s “Channeling Brussels,” Vershbow...

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