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    Putin Has Made Russia America’s Top Spoiler, Not Its Global Peer
    Oct10

    Putin Has Made Russia America’s Top Spoiler, Not Its Global Peer

    Transatlantic TakeRussia has dominated the U.S. foreign policy discussion in recent weeks, and it has been an international issue making headlines throughout the U.S. presidential election campaign. With its actions in Syria and Ukraine, its probing of the Euro-Atlantic security architecture, and its apparent interference in the U.S. campaign,...

    V4+ Security: Strengthening the Eastern Frontier of the V4
    Oct10

    V4+ Security: Strengthening the Eastern Frontier of the V4

    Park Hotel Praha, Veletržní 20, Prague10 October, 2016 – 19:00 to 11 October, 2016 – 16:30GLOBSEC Policy Institute is taking part at the kick-off meeting of the V4+ Security: Strengthening the Eastern Frontier of the V4 project organized on the 11th October in Prague. The project will consist of 4 workshops, organized in Kiev, Prague,...

    Syria needs the best of the West’s diplomats; not lawyers
    Oct10

    Syria needs the best of the West’s diplomats; not lawyers

    Getting the US and Russia to work together in Syria was always going to be difficult. Now it looks as though a diplomatic solution was from the start a mirage at best and a trick at worst. Almost every day brings news of the further breakdown in US-Russia relations. As the death toll from Russian-Syrian aerial bombardment of Aleppo climbs, US...

    Syria needs diplomats, not lawyers
    Oct10

    Syria needs diplomats, not lawyers

    Getting the US and Russia to work together in Syria was always going to be difficult. Now it looks as though a diplomatic solution was from the start a mirage at best and a trick at worst. Almost every day brings news of the further breakdown in US-Russia relations. As the death toll from Russian-Syrian aerial bombardment of Aleppo climbs, US...

    Relationship with Putin as a war criminal became irreversible after the veto on the UN Security Council
    Oct09

    Relationship with Putin as a war criminal became irreversible after the veto on the UN Security Council

    Piontkovsky: Relationship with Putin as a war criminal became irreversible after the veto on the UN Security Council /Syrian Aleppo – the sacrificial lamb which is prepared for the New Year worldwide slaughter?/- GCSSI. 10/9/16 Andrei Piontkovsky … With regard to the Syrian army will be taken of Aleppo, the way yesterday and discussed at the...

    Tip of the Iceberg: Russian Use of Power in Syria
    Oct09

    Tip of the Iceberg: Russian Use of Power in Syria

    BESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 371 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The Russians are determined to reacquire some of the status once enjoyed by the Soviet Union of yore. They believe Western carelessness is to blame for the rise of Islamic State, and are using the Syrian theater to demonstrate their strategic capability. Russia’s status in the Middle...

    Kleptocracy Weekly: October 1-7, 2016
    Oct07

    Kleptocracy Weekly: October 1-7, 2016

    The Kleptocracy Initiative’s weekly round-up of leading stories on kleptocracy and its enablers. Events On October 14, Hannah Thoburn, Brian Whitmore, and Angela Stent will examine Consolidation and Control: Power Shifts in Putin’s Kremlin. Join KI, the Lithuanian ambassador, and a distinguished panel at Hudson Institute on October 19...

    Krym Put In learns from Kim Jong-un nuclear blackmail.
    Oct07

    Krym Put In learns from Kim Jong-un nuclear blackmail.

    Andrei Piontkovsky: Krym Put In learns from Kim Jong-un nuclear blackmail October 7, 2016 The main political events of the outgoing week was the appointment of Sergey Kiriyenko for the post of first deputy head of presidential administration, which since the times of Surkov is considered one of the key in the power system of the Russian...

    Russia Lurking in the Background of Contentious Moldovan Election
    Oct07

    Russia Lurking in the Background of Contentious Moldovan Election

    If elected, the pro-Russia presidential candidate leading the polls might turn the country away from its pro-Western path, local politicians warn. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Kadyrov Apples Don’t Fall Far From the Tree
    Oct07

    Kadyrov Apples Don’t Fall Far From the Tree

    Chechen strongman has been criticized after three of his children fought in a MMA competition without proper protective gear. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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