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    Dutch senators approve compromise on EU-Ukraine pact
    May31

    Dutch senators approve compromise on EU-Ukraine pact

    Dutch senators backed a hard-won compromise yesterday (30 May) to ratify an amended EU-Ukraine deal, clearing one of the final hurdles for approval of the deal to help nudge Kyiv closer to the West. …read more Source:...

    Detention Of Bard-Loving Boy In Moscow Sparks Outrage
    May31

    Detention Of Bard-Loving Boy In Moscow Sparks Outrage

    The boy’father said his son has a speech defect and that his therapist advised him to recite literature in public, which is why he was reading Shakespeare on the street. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Your Dishonour as title for many judges in failed Ukraine Supreme Court reform?
    May31

    Your Dishonour as title for many judges in failed Ukraine Supreme Court reform?

    Ukraine’s first-ever ‘open competition’ for vacant Supreme Court judge posts is in danger of turning into farce. The Commission which chooses successful candidates has ignored 80% of the negative assessments issued by the Public Integrity Council and is rejecting calls for vitally needed transparency …read more Source: Kharkiv...

    Watch List: May 30, 2017
    May30

    Watch List: May 30, 2017

    The items listed below represent potential emerging issues that our analysts are tracking. These can be long term or short term, but will be updated daily. If an item on our Watch List becomes critical, we will email you a full analysis explaining its significance. Each Saturday, we will follow up our daily Watch List for each week with our...

    What Did John Brennan and Anonymous Sources Really Say?
    May30

    What Did John Brennan and Anonymous Sources Really Say?

    The Washington Post and a number of other mainstream media outlets are sensing blood in the water in the wake of former CIA Director John Brennan’s public testimony before the House Intelligence Committee. The Post headlined a front page featured article with Brennan’s explosive testimony just made it harder for the GOP to protect...

    Ukraine’s Past Isn’t Going Away Without a Fight
    May30

    Ukraine’s Past Isn’t Going Away Without a Fight

    The official “decommunization” drive and conflicting allegiances lead to clashes during wartime commemorations. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukraine Accuses Yandex of Spying for Russia
    May30

    Ukraine Accuses Yandex of Spying for Russia

    Russian social media and internet operators are already under sanction as potential cyberthreats. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Chisinau Expels Five Russian Diplomats
    May30

    Chisinau Expels Five Russian Diplomats

    President Dodon accuses the West of orchestrating the move, which follows a junior coalition party’s departure from government over graft allegations. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    President Donald Trump Spoiled NATO Party in Brussels and Americans Should Thank Him
    May30

    President Donald Trump Spoiled NATO Party in Brussels and Americans Should Thank Him

    Doug Bandow NATO leaders gathered yesterday. The meeting didn’t go as planned. To his credit, President Donald Trump put America first when he addressed them. That’s certainly not what they expected. There was much scuttlebutt about how the Europeans planned to play President Trump. Push simple ideas, make him think he won something....

    How Russians Perceive Information War
    May30

    How Russians Perceive Information War

    Politics Russia has entered an era of confrontation. In general, its citizens do not feel safe after years of frosty relations with other states, and various high profile hunts for “internal enemies”. According to opinion polls carried out by the Levada Center in March 2016, 81 percent of Russians believe that the nation has enemies. It follows...

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