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    Watch List: Oct. 11, 2017
    Oct11

    Watch List: Oct. 11, 2017

    The items listed below represent potential emerging issues that our analysts are tracking. These can be long term or short term, but will be updated daily. If an item on our Watch List becomes critical, we will email you a full analysis explaining its significance. Each Saturday, we will follow up our daily Watch List for each week with our...

    Dartmouth Conference: from escalation to dialogue?
    Oct11

    Dartmouth Conference: from escalation to dialogue?

    A question is haunting the ever-worsening relationship between Russian and the United States: how low can it go? Diplomats are waging a tit-for-tat war of retaliation, closing consulates, slashing numbers of staff, and even eliminating parking spaces near embassies. Moscow and Washington accuse each other of violating arms control agreements. The...

    Russification or Expanding Opportunity?
    Oct11

    Russification or Expanding Opportunity?

    As Georgian-language schools disappear in South Ossetia, supporters say the move will expand the horizons of local pupils, while critics claim discrimination. From JAMnews. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Trump and China Boost EU–India Relationship
    Oct11

    Trump and China Boost EU–India Relationship

    The relationship between the European Union and India may be about to finally fulfill its huge potential. It has long been described as a relationship between “natural partners” but it has also disappointed in terms of concrete results. However, two developments — the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States and the challenge of...

    Also in Media: Excerpt: “Mikhail Khodorkovsky Lantos Rule of Law Speech”, October 10, 2017
    Oct11

    Also in Media: Excerpt: “Mikhail Khodorkovsky Lantos Rule of Law Speech”, October 10, 2017

    It is a great honour for me to give the first Tom Lantos Rule of Law Lecture. I would like to thank Annette Lantos, Katrina Lantos, and their whole large family for all their support over these 10 long years. Today, the outside world is seeing Russia more and more as an aggressive country with an outmoded economy… Against the background of the...

    Hungary: a state captured by Russia
    Oct11

    Hungary: a state captured by Russia

    Mihály Vajda, a renowned Hungarian philosopher[1] recently resigned from his post as Professor Emeritus after the University of Debrecen awarded Vladimir Putin an honorary degree. This event took place during the Russian president’s most recent visit to Budapest and remarkably encapsulates how Hungary’s political right has come full...

    Kennan Cable No.26: Women’s Organizations Peacebuilding across Conflicts in the Former Soviet Union
    Oct11

    Kennan Cable No.26: Women’s Organizations Peacebuilding across Conflicts in the Former Soviet Union

    The collapse of the Soviet Union spurred numerous conflicts at the edges of the former empire. Many of these ethnic conflicts, including Chechnya (Russian Federation), Transnistria (Moldova), Nagorno-Karabakh (Armenia-Azerbaijan), and Abkhazia (Georgia), have turned into frozen conflicts. However, the outbreak of the 2008 war in Georgia and the...

    Hungary: a state captured by Russia
    Oct11

    Hungary: a state captured by Russia

    Mihály Vajda, a renowned Hungarian philosopher[1] recently resigned from his post as Professor Emeritus after the University of Debrecen awarded Vladimir Putin an honorary degree. This event took place during the Russian president’s most recent visit to Budapest and remarkably encapsulates how Hungary’s political right has come full...

    What Russia’s Middle East Strategy Is Really About
    Oct11

    What Russia’s Middle East Strategy Is Really About

    By Xander Snyder A new balance of power is solidifying in Syria. Iran, Turkey and Russia have all played a role in the conflict there – jockeying for position and even agreeing in September to set up zones of control. But Russia in particular has deftly managed the game up to this point, and it is emerging from the Syrian civil war with a strong...

    Hungary wants EU to review Ukraine ties over minority languages law
    Oct11

    Hungary wants EU to review Ukraine ties over minority languages law

    Hungary will ask the European Union to review its ties with Ukraine over Kyiv’s decision to scrap teaching subjects in languages of its ethnic minorities, including in Hungarian, from its secondary school curriculum. …read more Source:...

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