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    Hungary’s referendum had more to do with Russia than immigration
    Oct04

    Hungary’s referendum had more to do with Russia than immigration

    On Sunday, the vast majority of those Hungarians who showed up at the polls said “no” to the question of whether “the European Union should have the power to impose the compulsory relocation of non-Hungarian citizens to Hungary without the consent of the National Assembly of Hungary”. Yet with a turnout well below 50 per cent, the controversial...

    Stop Mistaking Russia for Europe
    Oct04

    Stop Mistaking Russia for Europe

    Like a coin inserted into a broken candy machine, the most recent attempt by the United States to broker a ceasefire with the Russians in Syria has vanished with nothing to show for it. Instead, in a calculated gesture of contempt, Russian and Syrian government forces annihilated a humanitarian convoy before beginning an unprecedented...

    About axis  Ankara – Moscow -Tegeran.
    Oct04

    About axis Ankara – Moscow -Tegeran.

    A special analysis from Russia for GCSSI. A.Sytin Head of North&Eastern Europe Research Political Center. …In this regard, the South Caucasian states will have to determine for themselves the degree and program, as well as appropriate for each individual case of participation in various economic and transport and logistics projects. In doing...

    Global news through Ukrainian Prism
    Oct04

    Global news through Ukrainian Prism

    Written by Serhiy Herasymchuk, Project Coordinator, Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism” The last weeks of the troubled summer of 2016 have proven once again that safety and finding ways to guarantee it are the dominant topics on the international agenda. International terrorism is in first place amongst the major security challenges...

    Hungarian gatekeepers
    Oct04

    Hungarian gatekeepers

    Despite failure of the Hungarian referendum on 2 October 2016 due to low turnout Prime Minister Viktor Orban triumphed and quickly announced constitutional changes regarding migration. Contrary to general account of the result his government has succeeded in three areas: internal politics, European affairs and demographic policy. Only 43 per cent...

    Conceivable Surprises
    Oct04

    Conceivable Surprises

    Russia’s foreign policy has taken numerous unexpected turns in recent years, from annexation of Crimea to military intervention in Syria. The element of surprise for Germany and the EU arises out of a mix of lack of political transparency in Russia, Western misperceptions and the Kremlin’s deliberate instrumentalisation of...

    Chechens Plead Not Guilty to Nemtsov Murder
    Oct04

    Chechens Plead Not Guilty to Nemtsov Murder

    Suspect and alleged accomplices deny being contracted to kill the Russian opposition politician, who was slain in Moscow. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Milan Nič’s comments on Hungarian referendum in POLITICO
    Oct04

    Milan Nič’s comments on Hungarian referendum in POLITICO

    By Public Relations. Photo: Flickr|Moyan Brenn. Licensed by CC BY 2.0On October 2, 2016 Hungary held the referendum on the plan of the European Union to relocate refugees in Europe using quotas. The referendum was perceived to be part of Victor Orbán’s European powerplay, since Orbán asked voters a question to which he already knew the...

    Kremlin Panics after Dutch Report, and It Should
    Oct03

    Kremlin Panics after Dutch Report, and It Should

    The report of the Dutch-led investigation team on the shoot down of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine offered a momentary glimpse into the true nature of the proverbial riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma. Instead of denying any Russian involvement in the death of 298 people in July 2014, a number of official...

    The Threat of Kleptocracy: States Bordering the Russian Federation
    Oct03

    The Threat of Kleptocracy: States Bordering the Russian Federation

    Join the Kleptocracy Initiative at Hudson Institute on October 19 for a discussion of the threats posed by kleptocracy to states bordering the Russian Federation. The expansion of the Kremlin’s kleptocracy is now seriously undermining the integrity of Europe. Nowhere is this threat more salient than in the Baltics, Eastern Europe, and...

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