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    Several space events in Kyiv confirmed Ukraine’s status as a hi-tech nation
    Nov25

    Several space events in Kyiv confirmed Ukraine’s status as a hi-tech nation

    This fall we celebrated two prominent space anniversaries: the 60th anniversary of the launch of the first satellite (October 4) and the 20th anniversary of the flight of the first astronaut of independent Ukraine (November 19). Several events were conducted around these dates, including the International Space and Future Forum, the world’s...

    Russian-speaking Germans: Who are they?
    Nov25

    Russian-speaking Germans: Who are they?

    Russia / Europe For many years, residents of West Germany born in the USSR were unofficially labeled “invisible migrants”. After the collapse of the Berlin Wall, stories on the “Russian mafia” intially circulated through the German news media, but soon faded from the forefront. The topic of Russians in Germany in the years after unification has...

    Watch List Findings: Nov. 25, 2017
    Nov25

    Watch List Findings: Nov. 25, 2017

    What follows are the preliminary findings for issues identified in the daily Watch Lists this week. We are only sending findings that we regard as significant or potentially significant to keep this list manageable. We have findings for all the Watch List items. Should you be interested in findings not listed here, please contact us and we will...

    Thanksgiving 2017 – Why There Is No Peace On Earth
    Nov25

    Thanksgiving 2017 – Why There Is No Peace On Earth

    After the Berlin Wall fell in November 1989 and the death of the Soviet Union was confirmed two years later when Boris Yeltsin courageously stood down the red army tanks in front of Moscow’s White House, a dark era in human history came to an end. The world had descended into what had been a 77-year global war, incepting with the...

    Thanksgiving 2017 – Why There Is No Peace On Earth
    Nov25

    Thanksgiving 2017 – Why There Is No Peace On Earth

    After the Berlin Wall fell in November 1989 and the death of the Soviet Union was confirmed two years later when Boris Yeltsin courageously stood down the red army tanks in front of Moscow’s White House, a dark era in human history came to an end. The world had descended into what had been a 77-year global war, incepting with the...

    German Intelligence Failures Ahead of Stalingrad
    Nov25

    German Intelligence Failures Ahead of Stalingrad

    (click to enlarge) But the Germans made a critical error even before the invasion began. Barbarossa was a three-pronged attack. One prong was into the Baltic states and then toward Leningrad (modern-day St. Petersburg), the second was toward Moscow, and the third was into the south, designed to capture Ukraine and then the Caucasus. Formulating...

    Debacle in the Donbas
    Nov25

    Debacle in the Donbas

    The Donbas is seeing a coup within a coup, as two of the leading separatists turn on each other. …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

    Ukrainian victim of Russia’s first ‘absolutely Stalinist trial” spends 4th birthday in brutal isolation
    Nov24

    Ukrainian victim of Russia’s first ‘absolutely Stalinist trial” spends 4th birthday in brutal isolation

    Oleksandr (Sasha) Kolchenko is spending a fourth birthday in Russian captivity, one of the first victims of Russia’s mounting appetite for fake ‘terrorism’ show trials, aimed at crushing dissent, and trying to provide justification for Russia’s invasion and occupation of Crimea. He and Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov are...

    Eastern Partnership summit and Ukraine’s ‘return to Europe’ at times of uncertainty
    Nov24

    Eastern Partnership summit and Ukraine’s ‘return to Europe’ at times of uncertainty

    Ukraine’s expectations for the upcoming Eastern Partnership Summit. …read more Source: European Policy...

    In an Era of Brexit and Chinese Power, is it Time for a New UK–India ‘Special Relationship’?
    Nov24

    In an Era of Brexit and Chinese Power, is it Time for a New UK–India ‘Special Relationship’?

    As the UK looks to define a new global role for itself after Brexit, it should embrace India as a partner in upholding the rules-based, liberal international order.Download the article (PDF)At the launch of the Access India Programme in late September, the assistant vice president of Invest India, Vivek Abraham, announced that India hopes to...

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