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    East Europe Cold Snap Begins to Ease
    Jan09

    East Europe Cold Snap Begins to Ease

    The bitter weather that bore down on much of Europe in recent days left a trail of death and damage. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Turf wars for Trump’s transition team
    Jan09

    Turf wars for Trump’s transition team

    It promises to be a long winter in America. Donald Trump appears to be struggling to put a credible team in place as infighting and turf wars dominate the transition process. The volatility is palpable, compounding the uncertainties already associated with the incoming administration in its domestic and foreign policies. The airing of internal...

    The CIA, Russia and the American Election
    Jan09

    The CIA, Russia and the American Election

    By George Friedman The CIA’s report on the Russian attempt to influence the American presidential election has been issued. The report asserts that the Russians stole emails belonging to the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and John Podesta to embarrass Hillary Clinton and cause her defeat. In addition, it says that the Russians engaged...

    Afghan Peace processes sans peace
    Jan09

    Afghan Peace processes sans peace

    Another Afghan peace process has caught international attention, albeit belatedly. Russia, China and Pakistan got together in Moscow, on December 27, for the third round of secretary level talks. Though earlier two rounds went almost unnoticed, the recent one invoked an overreaction from Kabul, while Washington also radiated a feeling of unease....

    Putin’s Real Long Game
    Jan06

    Putin’s Real Long Game

    published By MOLLY K. MCKEW on www.politico.com January 01, 2017 “The world order we know is already over, and Russia is moving fast to grab the advantage. Can Trump figure out the new war in time to win it?” little over a year ago, on a pleasant late fall evening, I was sitting on my front porch with a friend best described as a Ukrainian...

    Year in Review: 2016, the Year of Unmarked Change
    Jan06

    Year in Review: 2016, the Year of Unmarked Change

    Compared to the tumult of 2013-2015, 2016 was a year of seemingly relative quiet in Russia’s near abroad. There were no obvious invasions, the wars that had seemed to be ever-present remained that way, and change seemed to come to the periphery alone. This is mistaken. Ukraine’s ongoing war in the East continued to no real resolution,...

    Naftogaz official: The EU should not worry about another gas crisis
    Jan06

    Naftogaz official: The EU should not worry about another gas crisis

    An official with Ukraine’s Naftogaz told EurActiv.com today (6 January) that EU countries need not fear a disruption of gas supplies, despite Russian warnings that a harsh winter may trigger a crisis similar to those of 2006 and 2009. …read more Source:...

    January 6th, 2017
    Jan06

    January 6th, 2017

    CHINA Christians Severely Beaten by Communist Gangs for Protecting Church from Destruction Stoyan Zaimov, THE CHRISTIAN POST Christians in China’s northern Hebei province were severely beaten by gangs hired by the Communist regime after they tried to protect their church property from being destroyed. China Aid reported on Wednesday that...

    Adapting to the Evolving Strategic Environment – Applying the Lessons of the Global War on Terror to Future Threats
    Jan06

    Adapting to the Evolving Strategic Environment – Applying the Lessons of the Global War on Terror to Future Threats

    Army Spc. Grant Richardson stands guard duty in a tower at Forward Operating Base Hieder in the Ninewa Province town of Rabi’ah, Iraq, on June 30, 2005. Photo taken by Petty Officer 2nd Class Robert M. Schalk, U.S. Navy, accessed via Wikimedia Commons. A career in the US Army in the last fifteen years has mostly centered on the fight...

    USA Today Parrots Kremlin Propaganda on Crimea
    Jan06

    USA Today Parrots Kremlin Propaganda on Crimea

    Hopes are high in Russia that its investment in the US elections will pay off in the removal of economic sanctions and acceptance of Russia’s illegal invasion and annexation of Crimea. Since none of the conditions for waiving sanctions have been met, other methods to sell such an option are being applied …read more Source: Kharkiv...

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