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    ONS sees no major economic impact from Brexit vote so far, as OECD halves 2017 growth forecast
    Sep22

    ONS sees no major economic impact from Brexit vote so far, as OECD halves 2017 growth forecast

    ONS sees no major economic impact from Brexit vote so far, as OECD halves 2017 growth forecastThe Office for National Statistics (ONS) yesterday published its ‘Assessment of the UK post-referendum economy’, where it argued, “The post-referendum picture is still emerging and will continue to do so over coming months, quarters and years....

    Numbers Don’t Lie: Statistics Point To Massive Fraud In Russia’s Duma Vote
    Sep22

    Numbers Don’t Lie: Statistics Point To Massive Fraud In Russia’s Duma Vote

    According to one estimate, ” the scope of the falsification in favor of United Russia in these elections amounted to approximately 12 million votes” …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Free Trade Agreement With China Boosts Georgia’s Security, Strategic Regional Importance
    Sep22

    Free Trade Agreement With China Boosts Georgia’s Security, Strategic Regional Importance

    On September 13, First Deputy Prime Minister of the Georgian government and Minister of the Economy and Sustainable Development Dimitry Kumsishvili stated at a press conference that Tbilisi and Beijing had finalized a free trade agreement between their two countries. “China’s Commerce Minister Gao Hucheng plans to visit Tbilisi to sign a...

    Crimean Residents Vote in Russian Elections, Reluctantly
    Sep21

    Crimean Residents Vote in Russian Elections, Reluctantly

    For the first time since Russia annexed Crimea, Russian elections were held on the territory of the disputed peninsula. That elections were held in Crimea has been a source of contention between Russia and the international community. OSCE election observers refused to monitor the polls in Crimea, and the US and EU condemned the September 18...

    Meet Maxim Nefyodov: How Ukrainian Geeks Tackled Corruption in Public Procurement
    Sep21

    Meet Maxim Nefyodov: How Ukrainian Geeks Tackled Corruption in Public Procurement

    One day in September 2013, when Maxim Nefyodov, a managing partner at the investment firm Icon Private Equity, was leaving his office on Rylskiy Lane, he witnessed a funny scene. Accompanied by eight bodyguards, President Viktor Yanukovych’s odious ally, Yuriy Ivanyushchenko, was walking from an office building to his luxury SUV.To Nefyodov...

    Kleptocracy Daily: September 21, 2016
    Sep21

    Kleptocracy Daily: September 21, 2016

    China will shift the focus of its global hunt for graft suspects from evidence-gathering to the seizure of allegedly stolen assets. Other countries remain reluctant to cooperate, citing espionage and human rights concerns. (Reuters, Globe & Mail) In a major planned restructuring of Russia’s security services, the Kremlin is resurrecting...

    September 21st, 2016
    Sep21

    September 21st, 2016

    CHINA Why China’s Experiment in Direct Democracy Is Flawed BLOOMBERG The detentions of Wukan’s protesters underscore the collapse of what rights advocates once saw as a “Wukan model” for encouraging direct elections at the village level in China’s one-party political system. Once voted into power, the inexperienced village...

    German economy minister to discuss EU sanctions with Putin
    Sep21

    German economy minister to discuss EU sanctions with Putin

    German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel, heading to Moscow for talks about trade with President Vladimir Putin, said on Wednesday he favoured a lifting of EU sanctions on Russia but that would require making progress on peace in Ukraine. The European Union imposed the sanctions after Russia annexed Ukraine’s Crimea peninsula in 2014. Soon...

    Czechs Hold Russian Dissident Artist on Interpol List, Extradition Unsure
    Sep21

    Czechs Hold Russian Dissident Artist on Interpol List, Extradition Unsure

    Moscow is awaiting official notice from Prague about the possible repatriation of Oleg Vorotnikov, a founding member of Russian public-art collective Voina. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Intellectual courage versus industry of fear
    Sep21

    Intellectual courage versus industry of fear

    MICHAL HAVRAN: Is there any sense in speaking about the project of the ‘new’ Enlightenment today given, first, a history of criticism against the flawed original project, and second, taking into account our contemporary political reality? Patrik Ouředník: I do not have any problem with the notion of the ‘new Enlightenment’. While...

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