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    Lame Duck Senate Shouldn’t Ratify NATO’s Inclusion of Corrupt, Military Midget Montenegro
    Dec06

    Lame Duck Senate Shouldn’t Ratify NATO’s Inclusion of Corrupt, Military Midget Montenegro

    Doug Bandow Historically countries made alliances to improve their defense or otherwise advance important security interests. In contrast, the U.S. uses NATO as a form of international welfare, inducting nations with little military capability or even economic strength. The latest recipient of defense charity is expected to be Montenegro, whose...

    Lame Duck Senate Shouldn’t Ratify NATO’s Inclusion of Corrupt, Military Midget Montenegro
    Dec06

    Lame Duck Senate Shouldn’t Ratify NATO’s Inclusion of Corrupt, Military Midget Montenegro

    Doug Bandow Historically countries made alliances to improve their defense or otherwise advance important security interests. In contrast, the U.S. uses NATO as a form of international welfare, inducting nations with little military capability or even economic strength. The latest recipient of defense charity is expected to be Montenegro, whose...

    Kremlin’s New Cybersecurity Bible Targets Foreign Threats
    Dec06

    Kremlin’s New Cybersecurity Bible Targets Foreign Threats

    Russia needs to keep pace with rest of world in IT and set up a national internet control system, Putin says. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Kremlin’s New Cybersecurity Bible Targets Foreign Threats
    Dec06

    Kremlin’s New Cybersecurity Bible Targets Foreign Threats

    Russia needs to keep pace with rest of world in IT and set up a national internet control system, Putin says. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    ‘It’s a Pretty Disturbing Time for Ukraine’: Trump’s Russia Ties Unnerve Kiev
    Dec06

    ‘It’s a Pretty Disturbing Time for Ukraine’: Trump’s Russia Ties Unnerve Kiev

    December 6, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    What the Indo-Russian Arms Deal Says about India, the US and the Future of Asia
    Dec06

    What the Indo-Russian Arms Deal Says about India, the US and the Future of Asia

    Although India and Russia are at odds over the US in Asia, India still wants to maintain military ties between the two countries. Download the article (PDF)After a long period of drift in Russia–India ties, the $10.5-billion arms deals signed on the sidelines of the recent BRICS summit may not be enough to restore Russia’s image as an old...

    Virtual Currencies and Financial Crime: A Challenge and an Opportunity
    Dec06

    Virtual Currencies and Financial Crime: A Challenge and an Opportunity

    The emergence of virtual currencies over the past several years – and in particular the rapid rise of bitcoin – has prompted worldwide discussion about the future of financial crime. Download the article (PDF)Press reports of criminals exchanging bitcoin on online black markets have stoked the widespread public impression that virtual currencies...

    China’s Strategic Path after the Arbitral Ruling on the South China Sea
    Dec06

    China’s Strategic Path after the Arbitral Ruling on the South China Sea

    Pursuing multilateral cooperation is more likely to allow China’s ambitions in the South China Sea to be realised. Download the article (PDF)On 1 July, Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke at the 95th anniversary celebration of the establishment of the Chinese Communist Party. Xi said that China does not ‘covet other countries’...

    Turkish Foreign Policy: Ankara Seeks to Take Advantage of Regional Rivalries
    Dec06

    Turkish Foreign Policy: Ankara Seeks to Take Advantage of Regional Rivalries

    Turkey’s new foreign policy will see Ankara favouring closer ties with the US and Russia, and orienting away from Europe towards the Middle East. Download the article (PDF)When the 15 July coup attempt against his government failed, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan seized an opportunity to push forward yet another foreign policy...

    Ukraine peace plan follows a familiar path – but there are potholes in the east
    Dec06

    Ukraine peace plan follows a familiar path – but there are potholes in the east

    More than two years after protests that defenestrated its president and kicked off a conflict, Ukraine remains a starkly divided country, with violence still simmering in the east among Russian-backed separatists. For most of 2016, it has been trying to solve these problems through a deal struck by the leaders of Ukraine, Russia, Germany and...

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