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    Outlook for the 15 December 2016 European Council
    Dec14

    Outlook for the 15 December 2016 European Council

    Written by Ralf Drachenberg and Susanna Tenhunen, koya979 / Shutterstock.com At their 15 December 2016 European Council meeting, EU Leaders will mainly discuss migration, and internal and external security, as well as economic and social development. Particular attention will be paid to assessing the implementation of previous European Council...

    Indian foreign policy: a paradigm shift?
    Dec14

    Indian foreign policy: a paradigm shift?

    This article was first delivered as a speech earlier this month at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, inaugurating the Rajni Kothari Memorial Lecture Series Indian foreign policy is undergoing a paradigm shift. It has had several such shifts over the last seven decades, but over the course of time, these have amounted to continuity....

    Keir Starmer: British are “open and tolerant” but on free movement the “status quo is not an option”
    Dec14

    Keir Starmer: British are “open and tolerant” but on free movement the “status quo is not an option”

    Keir Starmer: British are “open and tolerant” but on free movement the “status quo is not an option”Sir Keir Starmer, the shadow Brexit secretary, said in a speech yesterday that seeking changes to free movement would “make a deal on single market access harder,” but that, nevertheless, “The status quo is not an option.” Starmer said that the...

    Misleading OSCE Media report ignores Russia’s annexation of Crimea
    Dec14

    Misleading OSCE Media report ignores Russia’s annexation of Crimea

    An OSCE representative should certainly treat Crimea and areas under the control of Kremlin-backed militants as Ukraine, but ignoring Russia’s culpability for flagrant rights violations leads to serious distortion of the facts. This is just one of the concerns about the report by Dunja Mijatović, the OSCE Representative on Media Freedom....

    Ukraine bans import of ’anti-Ukrainian’ books from Russia
    Dec14

    Ukraine bans import of ’anti-Ukrainian’ books from Russia

    Ukraine’s parliament has passed a law aimed at checking books from an aggressor state for ‘anti-Ukrainian content’ and, where such content is found, banning them. While the ongoing abundance on the Ukrainian market of material full of toxic lies and propaganda is of concern, doubts arise about the law’s efficacy, as well as over...

    Beyond the Headlines: RAND’s Christopher Paul Discusses the Russian ‘Firehose of Falsehood’
    Dec13

    Beyond the Headlines: RAND’s Christopher Paul Discusses the Russian ‘Firehose of Falsehood’

    Christopher Paul, a senior social scientist, discussed his study on Russian propaganda at a recent RAND event. A massive, ingenious, and concerning campaign of propaganda has been pumping westward for years, supporting the Russian agenda in Ukraine and Syria and likely trying to influence the U.S. presidential election. …read more Source:...

    Dutch PM to Propose Weakening Landmark Ukraine Pact
    Dec13

    Dutch PM to Propose Weakening Landmark Ukraine Pact

    Domestic dilemma forces Mark Rutte into taking a position that many Ukrainians see as a betrayal of their hopes. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Dutch PM to Propose Weakening Landmark Ukraine Pact
    Dec13

    Dutch PM to Propose Weakening Landmark Ukraine Pact

    Domestic dilemma forces Mark Rutte into taking a position that many Ukrainians see as a betrayal of their hopes. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Q&A: What Does a Friend of Putin at Foggy Bottom Mean for Ukraine?
    Dec13

    Q&A: What Does a Friend of Putin at Foggy Bottom Mean for Ukraine?

    President-elect Donald Trump has picked ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson as his secretary of state. In 2013, Russian President Vladimir Putin personally bestowed Russia’s Order of Friendship on Tillerson. As CEO of ExxonMobil, he’s argued for sanctions relief on Russia. By October 2016, some reports estimate that Exxon has lost $1 billion...

    A Threat to U.S. Democracy: Congress Must Investigate Allegations of Russian Hacks
    Dec13

    A Threat to U.S. Democracy: Congress Must Investigate Allegations of Russian Hacks

    The U.S. government and independent cyber security firms determined earlier this year that Russia took unprecedented steps to manipulate the American public during the 2016 presidential election. Now, we learned that the CIA has concluded that the Russians’ intention was actually to influence the outcome in favor of one candidate,...

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