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    China’s Strategic Path after the Arbitral Ruling on the South China Sea
    Dec06

    China’s Strategic Path after the Arbitral Ruling on the South China Sea

    Pursuing multilateral cooperation is more likely to allow China’s ambitions in the South China Sea to be realised. Download the article (PDF)On 1 July, Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke at the 95th anniversary celebration of the establishment of the Chinese Communist Party. Xi said that China does not ‘covet other countries’...

    Turkish Foreign Policy: Ankara Seeks to Take Advantage of Regional Rivalries
    Dec06

    Turkish Foreign Policy: Ankara Seeks to Take Advantage of Regional Rivalries

    Turkey’s new foreign policy will see Ankara favouring closer ties with the US and Russia, and orienting away from Europe towards the Middle East. Download the article (PDF)When the 15 July coup attempt against his government failed, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan seized an opportunity to push forward yet another foreign policy...

    Ukraine peace plan follows a familiar path – but there are potholes in the east
    Dec06

    Ukraine peace plan follows a familiar path – but there are potholes in the east

    More than two years after protests that defenestrated its president and kicked off a conflict, Ukraine remains a starkly divided country, with violence still simmering in the east among Russian-backed separatists. For most of 2016, it has been trying to solve these problems through a deal struck by the leaders of Ukraine, Russia, Germany and...

    Global Petroleum Survey 2016
    Dec06

    Global Petroleum Survey 2016

    This report presents the results of the Fraser Institute’s 10th annual survey of petroleum industry executives and managers regarding barriers to investment in oil and gas exploration and production facilities in various jurisdictions around the globe. The survey responses have been tallied to rank provinces, states, other geographical...

    Gazprom’s EU Strategy Is a Dead End
    Dec06

    Gazprom’s EU Strategy Is a Dead End

    The main obstacle to energy negotiations between Russia and the EU is the clash between their perceptions of energy security. Moscow claims that the biggest threat to European energy security is Ukraine’s unreliability as a gas transit country, while Brussels believes the construction of new Russian pipelines circumventing Ukraine will do...

    Ukraine ready to join trilateral gas talks in Brussels
    Dec06

    Ukraine ready to join trilateral gas talks in Brussels

    Ukraine is ready to join trilateral talks to discuss gas issues with Russia on 9 December in Brussels, the country’s state energy company Naftogaz said on its Twitter account yesterday (5 December). …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s Most Overlooked Reform Could Bring in Billions
    Dec06

    Ukraine’s Most Overlooked Reform Could Bring in Billions

    Of the key battles fought in post-Maidan Ukraine, the one over land reform attracts little attention which is a shame …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Ukrainian Muslims join in affirmation of unity and support for Ukraine
    Dec06

    Ukrainian Muslims join in affirmation of unity and support for Ukraine

    The Charter of Muslims of Ukraine and its affirmation of support for Ukraine’s unity are especially vital given the challenges brought by Russia’s occupation of Crimea and military conflict in Donbas. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    “WARRIOR  MONK” HEADED WORLD’S FIRST ARMY.
    Dec06

    “WARRIOR MONK” HEADED WORLD’S FIRST ARMY.

    Teimuraz Toumanishvili “I come in peace. I didn’t bring artillery. But I’m pleading with you, with tears in my eyes: If you fuck with me, I’ll kill you all.” From his youth to commemorate generals crashed one phrase: “I want you to remember that no bastard still has not won a war by dying for his country. The winner is the one...

    Preserving the Memory of Stalin’s Repressions, One Person at a Time
    Dec05

    Preserving the Memory of Stalin’s Repressions, One Person at a Time

    To receive an email when a new post becomes available, subscribe here. In Russia, as in much of the post-Soviet space, the past is the present. From Ukraine, to Belarus, to Poland and Lithuania, historical narratives of communism, World War II, the Holocaust, and the Holodomor—Ukraine’s Terror-Famine—are being reviewed, revised, and in many...

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