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    Kleptocracy Daily: October 10, 2016
    Oct10

    Kleptocracy Daily: October 10, 2016

    News A major RFE/RL investigation of Russian Railways sheds light on how corruption functions at the highest level in Putin’s Russia. The U.S. formally accused Russia of hacking the Democratic Party and attempting to interfere in its elections. (Guardian) A new study suggests that Xi Jinping’s anti-graft campaign may be backfiring, as...

    Kerry’s Anger as Assad Poised to Win; the US Still Serves Israel and Saudi Arabia
    Oct10

    Kerry’s Anger as Assad Poised to Win; the US Still Serves Israel and Saudi Arabia

    The headline reads “John Kerry calls for war crimes investigation of Russia and Syria over Aleppo attacks”. John Kerry is angry that the Syrian army is about to take eastern Aleppo. He’s angry because the US has no viable force to stop this. He’s angry because Assad is still in power. He’s angry that Assad has allies in Russia,...

    Kleptocracy, Inc.: How America Enables Global Corruption
    Oct10

    Kleptocracy, Inc.: How America Enables Global Corruption

    By Nate Sibley, KI Communications Manager How should the U.S. deal with the growing number of regimes that are not only corrupt, but using corruption as their guiding principle of government? It is an increasingly urgent question. From rogue states to terrorism, insurgencies, cyberattacks, and disinformation, it is kleptocracy, or “rule by...

    How Ukraine Can Make Its Diplomacy Smarter
    Oct10

    How Ukraine Can Make Its Diplomacy Smarter

    Public diplomacy has been singled out as a far-reaching mechanism for promoting Ukraine’s interests in the world. Diplomats have taken first steps in utilizing instruments from the country’s existing foreign policy tools. These include increasing person-to-person engagement, promoting economic interactions, intensifying exchange...

    Washington’s Patience with Kyiv Runs Thin
    Oct10

    Washington’s Patience with Kyiv Runs Thin

    Last week my colleagues Mustafa Nayyem, Svitlana Zalishchuk, and I had dozens of meetings in the United States. Our impression was disappointing. Since the resignation of Arseniy Yatsenyuk (Washington’s favorite Ukrainian politician), reports of further corruption, and the lack of progress in resolving the conflict in eastern Ukraine, the...

    A Government is Seizing Control of Our Election Process, and It Is Not the Russians
    Oct10

    A Government is Seizing Control of Our Election Process, and It Is Not the Russians

    There is an attempt underway for a government to take control of our election process and throw the election to Hillary Clinton. It is not the Russian government. Mark this day — it is when we came to understand that the American government decided to elect a president.(Note: I understand in the minds of the mass media the most important issue in...

    Six Tasks for the New UN Secretary-General António Guterres
    Oct10

    Six Tasks for the New UN Secretary-General António Guterres

    By choosing a former head of government as the UN’s ninth Secretary-General, the UN Security Council has expressed its wish for a more decisive executive. António Guterres lacks neither skills nor determination, but he has a tough task ahead.After four months and six rounds of votes, the UN Security Council has chosen its successor to Ban...

    Russia Moves Missiles to NATO’s Baltic Border
    Oct10

    Russia Moves Missiles to NATO’s Baltic Border

    Members of the military alliance squirm as Moscow transfers nuclear capable Iskander-M missiles to its Kaliningrad enclave. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Putin Has Made Russia America’s Top Spoiler, Not Its Global Peer
    Oct10

    Putin Has Made Russia America’s Top Spoiler, Not Its Global Peer

    Transatlantic TakeRussia has dominated the U.S. foreign policy discussion in recent weeks, and it has been an international issue making headlines throughout the U.S. presidential election campaign. With its actions in Syria and Ukraine, its probing of the Euro-Atlantic security architecture, and its apparent interference in the U.S. campaign,...

    V4+ Security: Strengthening the Eastern Frontier of the V4
    Oct10

    V4+ Security: Strengthening the Eastern Frontier of the V4

    Park Hotel Praha, Veletržní 20, Prague10 October, 2016 – 19:00 to 11 October, 2016 – 16:30GLOBSEC Policy Institute is taking part at the kick-off meeting of the V4+ Security: Strengthening the Eastern Frontier of the V4 project organized on the 11th October in Prague. The project will consist of 4 workshops, organized in Kiev, Prague,...

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