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    New Mass Detention in Russian-occupied Crimea
    Feb21

    New Mass Detention in Russian-occupied Crimea

    Another Crimean Tatar has been charged in Russian-occupied Crimea over an innocuous social network post from 2014, with 10 other Crimean Tatars who arrived outside his home to show moral support and report what has happening also taken away …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    As Trump flounders on foreign policy, Russia flexes its nuclear muscles
    Feb21

    As Trump flounders on foreign policy, Russia flexes its nuclear muscles

    Thirty years after Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev signed a landmark nuclear arms treaty which laid the foundations of post-Cold War relations between the West and the Soviet Union, recent developments suggest that the Kremlin has quietly restarted the nuclear arms race with the deployment of a new generation of nuclear weapons which could...

    The future of the European security order
    Feb21

    The future of the European security order

    In recent years numerous new threats have emerged in Europe and across its neighborhood. Several of these represent a resurgence of traditional security threats—from Russia’s annexation of Crimea and destabilization of Western Ukraine, to the rise of Islamic extremism and turmoil in the Middle East, and the terrorism it has bred. Other...

    Complete issue: January/February 2017
    Feb21

    Complete issue: January/February 2017

    This issue of Newsbrief includes articles on the evolution of US special forces, how Trump could shatter global non-proliferation efforts, and how to respond to the threat from foreign fighters returning to Europe from Syria and Iraq, as well as articles on the Philippines, Kazakhstan and Kosovo. Download the complete issue (3.3 MB)Download the...

    Eastern Ukraine Ceasefire Begins — But Will it Hold?
    Feb21

    Eastern Ukraine Ceasefire Begins — But Will it Hold?

    February 21, 2017 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    February 21st, 2017
    Feb21

    February 21st, 2017

    CAMBODIA Cambodian Political Analyst Arrested For Defaming Prime MinisterRADIO FREE ASIA Prominent Cambodian political analyst and social commentator Kim Sok was arrested on Friday and charged with inciting social chaos and defaming Prime Minister Hun Sen during a radio interview with RFA’s Khmer Service last week. Hundreds of supporters...

    Trump’s Russian Vanishing Act
    Feb21

    Trump’s Russian Vanishing Act

    The Kremlin denies ordering Russian TV to slash coverage of the U.S. leader. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Turkey and the United States Groping to Accommodation
    Feb21

    Turkey and the United States Groping to Accommodation

    By George Friedman The Munich Security Conference is a place where senior leaders make speeches and hold meetings with each other. Sometimes, the meetings are merely formal, sometimes they are substantive. It is not always easy to figure out which is which. This year’s meeting was held last week, and everyone was focused on the United...

    Ukraine: Foresters keep alive a century-old tradition
    Feb21

    Ukraine: Foresters keep alive a century-old tradition

    Article | In the Luhansk region, foresters take great pride in regenerating forests, helping protect the environment and provide firewood for the local population. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

    Romania’s Difficult Transition
    Feb21

    Romania’s Difficult Transition

    The latest anti-corruption and anti-government demonstrations in Romania, the biggest since the overthrow of the communist regime in 1989, raise difficult questions about the country’s political transformation. But they should raise fewer doubts about Romania’s continued commitment to European integration, or about the country’s...

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