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    What Europeans Ought to Want From the Trump Administration
    Nov10

    What Europeans Ought to Want From the Trump Administration

    Transatlantic TakeIt is commonplace to claim that external shocks jolt Europe into action. There have been plenty since 2008 — external and internal — and none seem to have had that effect. It is beyond question that Donald Trump’s victory in the U.S. presidential election is a wake-up call. In Europe, despite its history of populist...

    The Conflict in Eastern Ukraine: The Role of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission
    Nov10

    The Conflict in Eastern Ukraine: The Role of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission

    Wed30NovInvitation OnlyResearch EventThe Conflict in Eastern Ukraine: The Role of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission30 Nov 2016 – 10:30 to 12:00Add to CalendariCalendar Outlook Google Yahoo Chatham House, LondonRussia and Eurasia Programme, Ukraine ForumParticipantsAlexander Hug, Head, the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission in UkraineRasa...

    How Important Is the US President – or Any Leader?
    Nov10

    How Important Is the US President – or Any Leader?

    By George Friedman An election is always followed by the elation and respect of supporters, and the despair and contempt of opponents. This is a natural part of democracy. When Barack Obama was elected, his supporters were rapturous, while opponents were convinced it meant disaster. When George W. Bush was first elected, and then re-elected, the...

    Donald Trump’s win shakes Ukraine
    Nov10

    Donald Trump’s win shakes Ukraine

    Alyona Getmanchuk’s comment for Politico …read more Source: Institute of World Policy

    Why the EU must fashion a tough pre-Trump agenda
    Nov10

    Why the EU must fashion a tough pre-Trump agenda

    Lulled by the opinion polls and its own wishful thinking, Europe expected US foreign policy continuity following a Hillary Clinton victory. Now, Europeans must awaken to the unpredictable change and volatility a Donald Trump presidency will bring. The EU’s foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini tweeted her reaction only minutes after...

    May stresses special relationship while Merkel cites human rights in congratulating Trump
    Nov10

    May stresses special relationship while Merkel cites human rights in congratulating Trump

    May stresses special relationship while Merkel cites human rights in congratulating TrumpYesterday, Prime Minister Theresa May said in a statement, “I would like to congratulate Donald Trump on being elected the next President of the United States…Britain and the United States have an enduring and special relationship based on the values of...

    Here’s Why Nord Stream 2 Isn’t the Only Game in Town
    Nov09

    Here’s Why Nord Stream 2 Isn’t the Only Game in Town

    Most Russia watchers, including those at the Atlantic Council, recognize that in this age of hybrid warfare, energy trade is a potent weapon. What has changed with Nord Stream 2 is that the weapon is now pointed directly at the EU rather than Ukraine, and it is masquerading as a commercial project. But who could sensibly argue that another...

    China Laughing on the Sidelines
    Nov09

    China Laughing on the Sidelines

    Wednesday, November 9, 2016BY AMB. MARTIN FLEISCHER, JASMIN GONG For years, Europe has been running from one crisis into the next, the Greek financial disaster, the Ukraine conflict, the refugee inflow, the terrorist attacks, the Brexit, the rise of right-wing populism, the Italian banking trouble … the EU and European countries are in continuous...

    Does Saakashvili’s Resignation Mark the End of Reform in Ukraine?
    Nov09

    Does Saakashvili’s Resignation Mark the End of Reform in Ukraine?

    Mikheil Saakashvili’s resignation this week does not mark the failure of reform efforts in Ukraine. It opens a new chapter.“Odesa can only develop once Kyiv will be freed from these bribe takers, who directly patronize organized crime and lawlessness,” he bluntly told journalists when he announced he was quitting on November 7.This opinion...

    Ukraine, Not Syria, Should Be Top Priority for President Trump
    Nov09

    Ukraine, Not Syria, Should Be Top Priority for President Trump

    Resolving the conflict in Ukraine should be a higher priority for the United States and Europe than addressing the civil war in Syria, said Archbishop Zoria Yevstratiy, representative of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church Kyiv Patriarchate, during a visit to Washington, DC. “I’m very sorry about the Syrian people, but Ukraine can’t be...

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