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    Somber Mood Darkens Successful Putin-Lukashenka Meeting
    Apr04

    Somber Mood Darkens Successful Putin-Lukashenka Meeting

    The two leaders announced a reset of energy agreements, seemingly ending years of squabbling that has hurt the Belarusian economy. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Propaganda and Challenges to the Russian Regime
    Apr04

    Propaganda and Challenges to the Russian Regime

    By Xander Snyder A bomb was detonated on a Russian subway train Monday afternoon, killing at least 11 people and injuring dozens. As of this writing, no one has claimed responsibility for the attack. The impact on President Vladimir Putin’s government will heavily depend on who orchestrated the bombing. If it was a Chechen group, for...

    Waiting for Boris
    Apr04

    Waiting for Boris

    Britain’s Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, has postponed his visit to Moscow, and declared that he will not be “cosying up” to the Kremlin. The news is a source of disappointment for Moscow, which is interested in getting to know the ‘great Brexiteer’ and perhaps experiencing the ‘Boris effect’ on Anglo-Russian relations. Links...

    Waiting for Boris
    Apr04

    Waiting for Boris

    Britain’s Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, has postponed his visit to Moscow, and declared that he will not be “cosying up” to the Kremlin. The news is a source of disappointment for Moscow, which is interested in getting to know the ‘great Brexiteer’ and perhaps experiencing the ‘Boris effect’ on Anglo-Russian relations. Links...

    IMF releases $1 billion loan for cash-strapped Ukraine
    Apr04

    IMF releases $1 billion loan for cash-strapped Ukraine

    The International Monetary Fund has decided to release the next $1 billion loan payment to Ukraine, which had been postponed following the blockade imposed on the separatist east of the country, the Ukrainian president said yesterday (3 April). …read more Source:...

    Russia ignores its own international agreements in trying journalist for saying Crimea is Ukraine
    Apr04

    Russia ignores its own international agreements in trying journalist for saying Crimea is Ukraine

    Russia is claiming that Mykola Semena sought to violate Russia’s territorial integrity in a text opposing Russian annexation, although it has never withdrawn from international conventions which recognize Crimea as Ukrainian …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Blacklist exposes judges involved in political persecution in Russian-occupied Crimea
    Apr04

    Blacklist exposes judges involved in political persecution in Russian-occupied Crimea

    The Crimea Human Rights Group has collated important information about all judges involved in illegally imprisoning Ukrainian citizens in Russian-occupied Crimea. The blacklist will provide vital documentation for international courts as well as evidence to back demands for the individuals to face Ukrainian and international sanctions....

    US Needs ‘Strategic and Moral Clarity’ for Russia Reset
    Apr04

    US Needs ‘Strategic and Moral Clarity’ for Russia Reset

    The presence of “strategic and moral clarity” in Washington is essential before a reset in the US-Russia relationship can be attempted, John E. Herbst, director of the Atlantic Council’s Dinu Patriciu Eurasia Center and a former US ambassador to Ukraine, said in Washington on March 28. US President Donald J. Trump has expressed a desire for...

    Russia–Japan Relations in the Era of Trump
    Apr03

    Russia–Japan Relations in the Era of Trump

    Photo credit: Drop of Light / Shutterstock.com As Russia continues to dominate Washington’s domestic politics and threatens European cohesion on a daily basis, one country has been consistently courting the Kremlin with enthusiasm: Japan. Tokyo has pursued a rapprochement with Moscow ever since Prime Minister Shinzo Abe returned to power in...

    Japan–Russia Relations: The View from Moscow
    Apr03

    Japan–Russia Relations: The View from Moscow

    Photo credit: knyazev vasily / Shutterstock, Inc. At a time when Russia is criticized across the West for invading Ukraine, annexing Crimea, and meddling in elections, Japan remains committed to trying to build closer ties with Russia. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe believes that better relations with Moscow would promote Japan’s...

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