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    Will the FBI Spy on the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity? It Wouldn’t Surprise Me
    Apr24

    Will the FBI Spy on the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity? It Wouldn’t Surprise Me

    Carter Page is an FBI target of investigation, and he shouldn’t be. He has been under surveillance for years, and he shouldn’t be. The FBI’s reasons are his associations with Russians, built through business and financial matters, and his views on U.S. foreign policy toward Russia that are critical of U.S. foreign policy.On...

    Transatlantic Fragmentations and Policy Adaptation: The Security of Europe in 2025
    Apr24

    Transatlantic Fragmentations and Policy Adaptation: The Security of Europe in 2025

    Photo credit: Rokas Tenys / Shutterstock.com. The 2016 NATO Summit in Warsaw was designed around the concept of strategic adaptation. The security environment in which the NATO allies operate has indeed experienced major transformations in recent years, some of which was caused by transatlantic partners themselves. The lessons learned from the...

    Central Europe Increases Military Spending Due to Perceived Russian Threat
    Apr24

    Central Europe Increases Military Spending Due to Perceived Russian Threat

    Russia also increased its budget, which made it the third-largest spender worldwide in 2016, report says. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukraine Fights Its Shortfall of Trust in Education
    Apr24

    Ukraine Fights Its Shortfall of Trust in Education

    An ambitious effort is underway to strengthen the country’s educational institutions and change incentive structures to address corruption. …read more Source: Open Society...

    Crimean Attorneys Don’t Have It Easy
    Apr24

    Crimean Attorneys Don’t Have It Easy

    After the Russian annexation, few Crimean law professionals are eager to take on sensitive, politically charged cases. From Euroradio. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Despite scepticism, Europe has high vaccination rates – but it shouldn’t be complacent
    Apr24

    Despite scepticism, Europe has high vaccination rates – but it shouldn’t be complacent

    Luiscar74/ShutterstockIf news stories are anything to go by, Europe is performing poorly when it comes to vaccination – and the “anti-vaxxer” is to blame. In Britain, public memory still persists of the infamous measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) controversy, arising from a now debunked 1998 Lancet article about a link to autism. MMR vaccine uptake...

    American Member of Watchdog OSCE Killed in Ukraine
    Apr24

    American Member of Watchdog OSCE Killed in Ukraine

    April 24, 2017 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Mogherini: EU Stands Firm on Crimea Sanctions Against Russia
    Apr24

    Mogherini: EU Stands Firm on Crimea Sanctions Against Russia

    April 24, 2017 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    The Geopolitics of Nuclear Weapons
    Apr24

    The Geopolitics of Nuclear Weapons

    Originally produced on April 17, 2017 for Mauldin Economics, LLC By George Friedman, Xander Snyder and Cheyenne Ligon Nuclear bombs have a strange quality: They are a type of weapon that countries spend enormous sums of money to develop but don’t actually intend to use. While chemical weapons have been frequently used in war, no country has...

    Recent publications by the IEP (Germany)
    Apr24

    Recent publications by the IEP (Germany)

    Axt, Heinz-Jürgen, Populism and Euroscepticism in Greece: Left and Right United (TruLies Blog), April 2017 Normally, it is difficult to imagine a left wing and a right wing populist party building a government coalition together. In Greece, however, this has been a reality since the election of 25 January 2015. While the leftist populist party...

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