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    Watch List: Dec. 14, 2016
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    Watch List: Dec. 14, 2016

    The items listed below represent potential emerging issues that our analysts are tracking. These can be long term or short term, but will be updated daily. If an item on our Watch List becomes critical, we will email you a full analysis explaining its significance. Each Saturday, we will follow up our daily Watch List for each week with our...

    25 Years without the Soviet Union: where are post-Soviet trajectories heading?
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    25 Years without the Soviet Union: where are post-Soviet trajectories heading?

    Language English On December 8, 2016, President of CASE, Dr. Christopher A. Hartwell talked during the discussion session “Reality Check: A new Cold War?” at the international conference “25 years without the Soviet Union: where are post-Soviet trajectories heading?” organized by the expert initiative “Minsk dialogue”. The events’s agenda...

    Presentation of the research paper “Audit of the Minsk Agreemnets”
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    Presentation of the research paper “Audit of the Minsk Agreemnets”

    On December 19, the Institute of World Policy will hold presentation and discussion of the research paper on implementation of Minsk Agreements and possible scenarios for Ukraine …read more Source: Institute of World...

    ‘Many not happy’ with Dutch limits of Ukraine pact
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    ‘Many not happy’ with Dutch limits of Ukraine pact

    Many countries are not happy with the arrangement to push through the EU-Ukraine pact following the Dutch referendum, in which a majority of votes rejected the deal, a diplomat said ahead of tomorrow’s (15 December) EU summit. …read more Source:...

    Rex Tillerson Might Make Good Deals. But for Whom?
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    Rex Tillerson Might Make Good Deals. But for Whom?

    Emma Ashford Donald Trump’s cabinet of generals and billionaires looks poised to gain another controversial member: Rex Tillerson. The CEO of ExxonMobil is now the secretary of state nominee. His nomination raises several red flags, but the central one is: conflicts of interest. In that, he’s a perfect match for the Trump...

    Security in Europe from a Visegrad viewpoint
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    Security in Europe from a Visegrad viewpoint

    By Public Relations. On December 9th, GPI Research Fellow Tomáš A. Nagy represented our GLOBSEC Policy Institute at Think Visegrad roundtable entitled Security in Europe from a Visegrad viewpoint organised by Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) and EUROPEUM Institute in Brussels. The roundtable was devoted to the future of Visegrad...

    V4+ Security Roundtable in Kiev
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    V4+ Security Roundtable in Kiev

    By Public Relations.On December 7th, Reseach Fellows, Tomáš A. Nagy and Katarína Klingová represented our GLOBSEC Policy Institute at the V4+ Security roundtable series in Kiev, Ukraine. The roundtable was devoted to two asymmetrically cover topics – i.e. cooperation within the sphere of defence training and education (minor attention) and...

    Outlook for the 15 December 2016 European Council
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    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?
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    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”
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    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...

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