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    Judge seized by Kremlin-backed Donbas militants after arriving for his father’s funeral
    Nov11

    Judge seized by Kremlin-backed Donbas militants after arriving for his father’s funeral

    Kremlin-backed militants from the so-called ‘Luhansk people’s republic’ [LNR] have taken Vitaly Rudenko , a judge from the Luhansk Regional Court of Appeal, prisoner and are threatening to try him for ‘state treason’ …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Crimean Tatar who sued Putin over annexation ‘deported’ from Russian-occupied Crimea
    Nov11

    Crimean Tatar who sued Putin over annexation ‘deported’ from Russian-occupied Crimea

    Nedim Khalilov, a Crimean Tatar activist who in February 2016 filed a civil suit asking for the actions of the occupation regime and Russian President Vladimir Putin to be declared illegal, has been ‘deported’ from his homeland and is being forcibly sent to Uzbekistan …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Will Bulgaria Tilt Toward Russia?
    Nov11

    Will Bulgaria Tilt Toward Russia?

    Bulgaria’s orientation toward Russia, and the renewed awareness of this shift, has become a major political issue in its presidential elections. While neither of the leading candidates has directly disputed Bulgaria’s membership in NATO and the European Union (EU), they have both argued that the EU should lift the sanctions imposed on...

    What are the Kremlin’s next moves with Kiriyenko on board?
    Nov11

    What are the Kremlin’s next moves with Kiriyenko on board?

    Politics The recent appointment of Sergey Kiriyenko as the Kremlin’s First Deputy Chief of Staff prompted a tide of contradictory opinions. Some observers believe he is capable of offering a more meaningful and rational agenda to the Kremlin in terms of domestic policy. Others feel that the country is about to enter an insane era of...

    Kennan Cable No.19: One Bed, Different Dreams
    Nov11

    Kennan Cable No.19: One Bed, Different Dreams

    As China and Russia have grown closer in recent years, many describe their relationship as a marriage of convenience. Both nations have agreed to strengthen bilateral coordination on foreign policy. Chinese and Russian foreign ministers have recently reaffirmed their common positions on Syria, North Korea, Afghanistan, and the 5+1 agreement on...

    What are the Kremlin’s next moves with Kiriyenko on board?
    Nov11

    What are the Kremlin’s next moves with Kiriyenko on board?

    Politics The recent appointment of Sergey Kiriyenko as the Kremlin’s First Deputy Chief of Staff prompted a tide of contradictory opinions. Some observers believe he is capable of offering a more meaningful and rational agenda to the Kremlin in terms of domestic policy. Others feel that the country is about to enter an insane era of...

    Moldova Elections Aren’t About Europe or Russia. They’re About Moldova.
    Nov10

    Moldova Elections Aren’t About Europe or Russia. They’re About Moldova.

    After this week’s U.S. election, not many in the United States or Western Europe are focused on the elections that are taking place in Moldova. Those who have been following saw a fascinating political drama unfold, as Maia Sandu took 38 percent of the vote to Socialist Party’s Igor Dodon’s 48 percent in the first round of...

    Trump: Don’t Follow the Bush-Obama Foreign Policy Legacy
    Nov10

    Trump: Don’t Follow the Bush-Obama Foreign Policy Legacy

    Eight years ago, President Obama had a chance to change the warmongering direction that outgoing President Bush and the U.S. national-security establishment had led America for the previous eight years. Obama could have said, “Enough is enough. America has done enough killing and dying. I’m going to lead our country in a different direction...

    What Europeans Should Want From the Trump Administration
    Nov10

    What Europeans Should Want From the Trump Administration

    Transatlantic TakeBRUSSELS – It 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...

    Watch List: Nov. 10, 2016
    Nov10

    Watch List: Nov. 10, 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...

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