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    North Korean Missile Engines: Not from Ukraine
    Sep15

    North Korean Missile Engines: Not from Ukraine

    Sep 12, 2017″A new report points to Ukraine as a possible source of liquid propellant engines (LPE) powering intercontinental-range missiles successfully ground-tested by North Korea last year and flight-tested this year. As the world grapples with the fait accompli of North Korean nuclear and missile capability, the path Pyongyang took to...

    The Victory at Stake in the Russian-Belarusian War Games
    Sep15

    The Victory at Stake in the Russian-Belarusian War Games

    Despite all the reputational risks posed by its war games with Russia, Minsk is trying to reap diplomatic benefits from them. The Belarusian military can show Western observers that Minsk’s guarantees can be trusted. On the other hand, it can convince Moscow that the country isn’t “going down the Ukrainian route,” because it...

    Six Major US Foreign Policy Failures of the Post-Cold War Era
    Sep15

    Six Major US Foreign Policy Failures of the Post-Cold War Era

    In the 1990s, US officials, all of whom would go on to serve in the George W. Bush White House, authored two short, but deeply important policy documents that have subsequently been the guiding force behind every major US foreign policy decision taken since the year 2000 and particularly since 9/11.These documents include the Defense Planning...

    Crimean Tatar abducted after ‘search’ by masked men in Russian-occupied Crimea
    Sep14

    Crimean Tatar abducted after ‘search’ by masked men in Russian-occupied Crimea

    Renat Paralamov has not been seen since masked men carried out what they claimed to be an ‘inspection’ of his home in Nizhnegorsk, in Russian-occupied Crimea. Even if, as seems likely, the Russian FSB is behind this latest seizure, there is every reason to consider that their treatment of the young Crimean Tatar should be viewed as an...

    How Attorneys in Ukraine Can Use Health Law to Save Lives
    Sep14

    How Attorneys in Ukraine Can Use Health Law to Save Lives

    In Ukraine and other parts of the world, attorneys who understand how laws governing justice and health intersect have a much better chance of protecting their clients—both literally and legally. …read more Source: Open Society...

    How solar power can protect the US military from threats to the electric grid
    Sep14

    How solar power can protect the US military from threats to the electric grid

    Using solar power could give the U.S. military some advantages – and more security. Diane Durden/U.S. Marine CorpsAs the U.S. military increases its use of drones in surveillance and combat overseas, the danger posed by a threat back at home grows. Many drone flights are piloted by soldiers located in the U.S., even when the drones are flying...

    Witty Protest Highlights Critical Choice for Ukraine – Supreme Court Judges or Monsters in Judge’s Robes
    Sep14

    Witty Protest Highlights Critical Choice for Ukraine – Supreme Court Judges or Monsters in Judge’s Robes

    Ukrainian civic activists staged a clever protest action in Kyiv on September 13 in a final attempt to prevent 30 judges who received negative assessments from the Public Integrity Council from being appointed to the Supreme Court …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Hungary Pulls Away From the Kremlin
    Sep12

    Hungary Pulls Away From the Kremlin

    By Antonia Colibasanu As tensions between the U.S. and Russia heat up, the concept of the Intermarium alliance among Eastern European states to block Russia’s expansion westward is gaining steam. Romania and Poland – both of which have strong military ties to the U.S., a major supporter of the Intermarium – have long been the pillars of...

    Will Ukraine’s Parliament Accomplish Anything This Fall?
    Sep12

    Will Ukraine’s Parliament Accomplish Anything This Fall?

    On September 5, a new political season began in Ukraine. Parliamentary speaker Andriy Parubiy has already branded parliament’s new plenary session “the autumn of reforms” by promising to deliver results on some of the most hot-button issues, including healthcare, pension, education, and judicial reforms …read more Source: Kharkiv...

    European Court of Human Rights intervenes over Russia’s abduction of 19-year-old Ukrainian
    Sep12

    European Court of Human Rights intervenes over Russia’s abduction of 19-year-old Ukrainian

    The European Court of Human Rights has given Russia until September 25 to provide medical documents for Pavlo Hryb [or Gryb], the young Ukrainian whom Russia is believed to have forcibly taken from Belarus and imprisoned …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

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