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    Spring Goes to Winter: A Very Twenty-First Century Revolution in the Middle East
    Apr06

    Spring Goes to Winter: A Very Twenty-First Century Revolution in the Middle East

    The Arab Spring of 2011, a time of hope and optimism especially for the region’s young people, has become an Arab Winter. To turn the tide, young people must rally behind a unifying cause and not be discouraged by incremental, imperfect reforms. Download the article (PDF)Seven years on from the so-called Arab Spring, the end goal of a...

    Newsbrief Vol. 38, No. 3
    Apr06

    Newsbrief Vol. 38, No. 3

    Concise briefings on contemporary issues and trends in international securityNo: 3Volume: 38Newsbrief …read more Source: Royal United Services Institute...

    World Bank Group Offers More Support for Belarus
    Apr06

    World Bank Group Offers More Support for Belarus

    The World Bank Group will continue to help Belarus achieve sustainable and inclusive growth as well as improved living standards. The 2018-22 Country Partnership Framework (CPF) consultation underlined the importance of transparency of information, the use of impact data, and public-private dialogue in the decision-making process. The CPF’s...

    Russian Historian of the Terror Yuri Dmitriev acquitted of main charges
    Apr06

    Russian Historian of the Terror Yuri Dmitriev acquitted of main charges

    In a step back from the brink, a court in Russia has acquitted renowned historian Yuri Dmitriev of manifestly absurd charges for which the prosecutor had demanded a nine-year maximum security prison sentence. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Russia to recruit young Crimean kids for Internet propaganda about Crimea
    Apr06

    Russia to recruit young Crimean kids for Internet propaganda about Crimea

    Crimean youth are to be enlisted for filling the Internet with ‘correct information’ about life in Russian-occupied Crimea, with the occupiers determining just what content is ‘correct’, and what is to be dubbed ‘fake’ …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Interrogantes ante la nueva victoria de Putin
    Apr05

    Interrogantes ante la nueva victoria de Putin

    Vladímir Putin va a ganar las elecciones presidenciales del 18 de marzo y renovará su mandato por seis años más hasta el 2024. De hecho, su victoria es tan inevitable que sus críticos se resisten a calificar los comicios de elecciones y optan por fórmulas como plebiscito, celebración, espectáculo o performance. Si se cumplen las previsiones,...

    A Moscow Apartment House, Possessed by History
    Apr05

    A Moscow Apartment House, Possessed by History

    Czarist tycoons, revolutionary artists, and Soviet squatters all feature in Russian scholar Dmitry Oparin’s new book. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Collective Security without an Alliance: Finland’s Defense Relationship with Sweden
    Apr05

    Collective Security without an Alliance: Finland’s Defense Relationship with Sweden

    Recent concerns over Russian aggression have led countries all around the Baltic Sea to take their security more seriously. Poland certainly has; Sweden has, too. Those concerns have also driven Sweden closer to Finland. A country well-accustomed to the threat from Russia, Finland fought two major wars against the Soviet Union, Russia’s...

    Four things you need to know about Russian media manipulation strategies
    Apr05

    Four things you need to know about Russian media manipulation strategies

    The crisis embroiling the West and Russia over the apparent use of chemical weapons in the English cathedral town of Salisbury can tell us a lot about how the Putin administration is becoming more and more adept at manipulating media coverage of events to gain advantage, both at home and abroad. The furious accusations levelled against Moscow by...

    In Memory: Yuri Soloshenko, the Kremlin’s oldest Ukrainian hostage
    Apr05

    In Memory: Yuri Soloshenko, the Kremlin’s oldest Ukrainian hostage

    Yuri Soloshenko, Ukrainian pensioner and one of the first hostages of Russia’s undeclared war against Ukraine, has died less than two years after his release from Russian captivity . …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

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