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    Naftogaz: A Good Start Has Slowed But Optimism Remains High
    Mar25

    Naftogaz: A Good Start Has Slowed But Optimism Remains High

    Ukraine hasn’t bought Russian gas since November 2015. In January 2017, Gazprom charged Naftogaz $5.3 billion for gas it had not purchased, under a take-or-pay clause covering the second through to the fourth quarter of 2016. The applicability of the take-or-pay principle is currently being reviewed by the Arbitration Institute of the...

    Why it’s high time to bury Lenin
    Mar24

    Why it’s high time to bury Lenin

    In an article published today at The American Spectator, Acton Senior Editor Rev. Ben Johnson comments on the solemn centenary of the Russian communist revolutionary Vladimir Lenin’s ascendancy to power. Continue Reading… Related posts:Russian Evangelicals, Like Most Russians, ‘Thank God for Putin’ Commentary: Rome and Moscow...

    The evidence that the Russians hacked the DNC is collapsing
    Mar24

    The evidence that the Russians hacked the DNC is collapsing

    The allegation – now accepted as incontrovertible fact by the “mainstream” media – that the Russian intelligence services hacked the Democratic National Committee (and John Podesta’s emails) in an effort to help Donald Trump get elected recently suffered a blow from which it may not recover.Crowdstrike is the cybersecurity company hired by...

    Enemies of Europe Never Changed
    Mar24

    Enemies of Europe Never Changed

    Ahead of the Rome Summit Andrew Moravcsik, professor of Politics and Director of the European Union Program at Princeton tells Visegrad Insight that the future is going to be multi-track. And that Trump will reverse his negative attitude towards EU. Wojciech Przybylski, Visegrad Insight: At the Heinrich-Böll Foundation international conference...

    Ukraine Says Killing of Putin Critic a Russian ‘Terror Act’
    Mar24

    Ukraine Says Killing of Putin Critic a Russian ‘Terror Act’

    New Europe. Belgium. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    More Arrests as Belarusian Crackdown Continues
    Mar24

    More Arrests as Belarusian Crackdown Continues

    President says militants funded from abroad planned ‘armed provocations.’ …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Kleptocracy Weekly: March 24, 2017
    Mar24

    Kleptocracy Weekly: March 24, 2017

    The latest on KI.org: KI’s Executive Director Charles Davidson was part of a U.S. delegation in Lithuania that met with the Lithuanian foreign minister to discuss “Europe and the United States: Reaffirming Transatlantic Solidarity”. U.S. Kommersant alleges that an intelligence agent charged by the U.S. in the hacking of half a billion Yahoo...

    Russia’s Slow Pivot Away From Europe
    Mar24

    Russia’s Slow Pivot Away From Europe

    Russia / Europe Over the last five years, Russia has been trying to achieve two strategic goals: A “Pivot to Asia” (away from Europe) and a renewed focus on post-soviet integration with its Eurasian Economic Union (EEU). Both of those aspirations are rooted in the desire to break away from dependence on Europe, while reasserting its influence in...

    Kleptocracy Daily: March 24, 2017
    Mar24

    Kleptocracy Daily: March 24, 2017

    News An exiled Kremlin critic was killed in Kiev in brazen daylight shooting, which Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has called “an act of state terrorism by Russia.” (RFE/RL) The Kremlin denies that French presidential candidate Francois Fillon received $50 million for arranging a meeting between Putin, a Lebanese billionaire, and the CEO of...

    Tips for Russians Traveling Abroad
    Mar24

    Tips for Russians Traveling Abroad

    Useful counsel from the Foreign Ministry: avoid racial slurs, don’t insult an Uzbek’s mothers, and above all do not raise your eyebrows while in Britain. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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