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    Michael McFaul On Matt Mackowiak’s Mack On Politics (4:30)
    Feb07

    Michael McFaul On Matt Mackowiak’s Mack On Politics (4:30)

    Image credit: Believe_In_Me, iStockInterviewsinterview with Michael McFaulvia Matt Mackowiak’s Mack On PoliticsHoover Institution fellow Michael McFaul discusses Russia, the Ukraine, NATO, the Russian reset, and many other items. …read more Source: Hoover...

    Making sense of Putin’s visit to Hungary
    Feb07

    Making sense of Putin’s visit to Hungary

    Making sense of Putin’s visit to HungaryRussian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Hungary signals strengthened ties, but his American counterpart Donald Trump holds some of the cardsRussian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Hungary signals strengthened ties, but his American counterpart Donald Trump holds some of the...

    Making deals with Moscow
    Feb07

    Making deals with Moscow

    The future of economic sanctions against Russia for its ongoing attack on Ukraine has become a litmus test for the foreign policy effectiveness of President Donald Trump. Lifting sanctions without any tangible benefits to the security of the United States and its allies would make Washington more likely to become embroiled in a future...

    Elliott Abrams To State Dept: You Can’t Be Serious!
    Feb07

    Elliott Abrams To State Dept: You Can’t Be Serious!

    Hardline neocon Elliott Abrams is rumored to be under consideration for Deputy Secretary of State in the Trump Administration. He is meeting President Trump today. Abrams has never seen a war, intervention, or regime change that he hasn’t enthusiastically endorsed. Each of the policies he has endorsed has ended up in disaster. Libya?...

    Russia and China: A Strange Case of Convergence
    Feb07

    Russia and China: A Strange Case of Convergence

    After every meeting between Chinese president Xi Jinping and Russian president Vladimir Putin, the two sides issue warm statements and stress their growing cooperation. Especially since the war in Ukraine began in 2014, Russia has tacked ever closer to China, shedding some of its traditional fear of its southern neighbor and seeking to compensate...

    Heinrich Böll – a chronicle of his life and work
    Feb07

    Heinrich Böll – a chronicle of his life and work

    Heinrich Böll was one of the most significant writers of the post-war years. In this chronicle we remind of his life, his writings and political interventions. His courageous and unerring intervention influenced political culture in Germany. Throughout his life, Heinrich Böll transcended ideological boundaries in his committed support of...

    Merkel Urges Putin to Help End Violence in Eastern Ukraine
    Feb07

    Merkel Urges Putin to Help End Violence in Eastern Ukraine

    February 7, 2017 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    February 6th, 2017
    Feb07

    February 6th, 2017

    CHINA China’s Intelligent Weaponry Gets Smarter John Markoff and Matthew Rosenberg, THE NEW YORK TIMES The United States no longer has a strategic monopoly on A.I. technology, which is widely seen as the key factor in the next generation of warfare. The Pentagon’s plan to bring A.I. to the military is taking shape as Chinese...

    Russia’s Bad Equilibrium
    Feb07

    Russia’s Bad Equilibrium

    The fear of economic destabilization that has permeated Russia since its 2014 invasion of Ukraine, which was met with crippling Western sanctions, has all but evaporated. For many Russians, the mix of nationalist euphoria, creature comforts, and domestic repression seems to be a potent elixir. …read more Source: Project Syndicate (Czech...

    Disgraced Transplant Surgeon Continues Research in Russia
    Feb07

    Disgraced Transplant Surgeon Continues Research in Russia

    Once hailed as a pioneer of stem-cell research, Paolo Macchiarini could face criminal charges in Sweden over patient deaths. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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