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    Counting Emigration’s Toll on Eastern Europe
    Aug17

    Counting Emigration’s Toll on Eastern Europe

    The flight of young, educated workers continues across the region, with long-term damage to the economies of their home countries, the IMF says. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Eurasian Disunion: Russia’s Vulnerable Flanks
    Aug17

    Eurasian Disunion: Russia’s Vulnerable Flanks

    Eurasian Disunion: Russia’s Vulnerable Flanks examines the impact of Moscow’s neo-imperial project on the security of several regions bordering the Russian Federation, analyses the geopolitical aspects of Kremlin ambitions, and makes recommendations for the future role of NATO, the EU, and the United States in the Wider Europe....

    Podcasts April 2016: Listen again!
    Aug17

    Podcasts April 2016: Listen again!

    Written by Richard Freedman, Looking back on this series of EPRS podcasts, in April 2016 the Plenary podcasts focussed on protecting businesses’ trade secrets and on the technical pillar of the fourth railway package. Protecting businesses’ trade secrets Industrial espionage is a growing problem in the EU. To allow companies to better...

    Explosive Toll of Remnants of War
    Aug17

    Explosive Toll of Remnants of War

    Anti-personnel landmines and other explosive remnants of war continue to endanger civilian populations around the world long after the conflicts have moved on. Impressive international action has been taken by both state and non-state actors to manage and remove the threats but the International Committee of the Red Cross says worldwide adoption...

    Menacing Crimean Tatar link claimed as Russia’s ‘Ukrainian sabotage stunt’ flops
    Aug17

    Menacing Crimean Tatar link claimed as Russia’s ‘Ukrainian sabotage stunt’ flops

    Although Russia’s claims that Ukraine had tried to ‘attack’ its own territory in Crimea have failed to convince anybody, the arrests are continuing. In a potentially menacing new slant, a top official in the occupation government has claimed that Ukraine is planning “new sabotage” under the guise of acts of resistance by Crimean...

    Ukraine: Infighting Threatens Anti-Corruption and Prosecutorial Reforms
    Aug16

    Ukraine: Infighting Threatens Anti-Corruption and Prosecutorial Reforms

    Press ReleasesUkraine: Infighting Threatens Anti-Corruption and Prosecutorial ReformsAugust 16, 2016Agents of Ukraine’s National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NACB) were illegally detained and abused by prosecutors. …read more Source: Freedom...

    Why Peace Is Impossible with Putin
    Aug16

    Why Peace Is Impossible with Putin

    Written by Alexander J. Motyl Source: Atlantic Council Peace in Europe is impossible as long as Vladimir Putin remains Russia’s leader. As both the biggest obstacle to peace and the key source of potential war, Putin has become the main threat to Russia’s neighbors and the West. But what, exactly, motivates him? Analysts are divided...

    Ukraine Grants Asylum to Kremlin Critic
    Aug16

    Ukraine Grants Asylum to Kremlin Critic

    Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. Czech Republic. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Trump Campaign and Its Chief, Paul Manafort, Try to Move Past Ukraine Report
    Aug16

    Trump Campaign and Its Chief, Paul Manafort, Try to Move Past Ukraine Report

    August 16, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Vacuum bombs in Syria: the latest chapter in a long history of atrocity from the skies
    Aug16

    Vacuum bombs in Syria: the latest chapter in a long history of atrocity from the skies

    Imagine taking a deep breath then submerging yourself in water. Then imagine having all of the oxygen forced instantaneously from your body. Try to inhale again. But instead of cold water filling your lungs, toxic, flammable particles start killing you from the inside out. Such suffering and death is distressing and inhumane. That is what is...

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