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    Europe’s Forgotten War: Fighting in the Donbas Has Never Stopped
    Jul06

    Europe’s Forgotten War: Fighting in the Donbas Has Never Stopped

    Despite the existence of a ceasefire agreement, fighting in eastern Ukraine continues and is increasing. On July 5, three Ukrainian servicemen were killed and thirteen were wounded. The uptick in fighting began this past January, when Ukrainian officials reported up to seventy-one attacks a day and the OSCE’s Special Monitoring Mission...

    A Security Dilemma in Northeastern Europe?
    Jul06

    A Security Dilemma in Northeastern Europe?

    At NATO’s summit in Warsaw this week, the Alliance is expected to approve a plan to rotationally deploy as many as four battalions—roughly 4,000 troops—on the territory of the Baltic States and Poland in what it calls a new “persistent presence.” This represents a significant qualitative improvement in the reassurance and deterrence steps...

    Thousands Protest Electricity Price Hikes in Ukraine
    Jul06

    Thousands Protest Electricity Price Hikes in Ukraine

    June 6, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    How Ukraine Can Open Its Door to NATO
    Jul06

    How Ukraine Can Open Its Door to NATO

    The discussion paper was written by Bruno Lete, Transatlantic Fellow, Security and Defense. The English version is available on GMF site: …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Obama’s Last Trip to Europe, and the Burdens that Divide
    Jul06

    Obama’s Last Trip to Europe, and the Burdens that Divide

    Transatlantic TakeWASHINGTON—Barack Obama’s visit to Poland this week for the NATO Summit will likely be his last time in Europe as President. And in many ways, it is a bookend to his trip to the continent exactly eight years ago, in July 2008 as a candidate for president, when he spoke before 200,000 enthralled Germans packed into...

    Turkey Makes up with Russia; America Also Needs to End New Cold War with Moscow
    Jul06

    Turkey Makes up with Russia; America Also Needs to End New Cold War with Moscow

    Doug Bandow Turkey and Russia have kissed and made up. Or at least done the diplomatic equivalent. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan expressed his regret over the shoot-down of a Russian aircraft last November. Russian President Vladimir Putin began dropping his government’s retaliatory sanctions. There’s talk of possible...

    The Fallout from Brexit
    Jul06

    The Fallout from Brexit

    Marian L. Tupy As someone who supported Brexit, it behooves me to use my column this week to address some of the issues that have arisen since the outcome of the referendum on British membership in the European Union was announced on June 24. Below, I will discuss the supposed lack of planning by the supporters of Brexit, xenophobia and racism...

    Russia On Course to Drain $87 Billion Fund in 2017
    Jul06

    Russia On Course to Drain $87 Billion Fund in 2017

    Amid recession and low oil prices the government has used its once-overflowing wealth funds to fill holes in the budget. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Euro 2016 enters final straight with a worried look to UEFA’s uncertain future
    Jul06

    Euro 2016 enters final straight with a worried look to UEFA’s uncertain future

    What will you remember most about the 2016 UEFA European Championship? For many people, the success of smaller nations such as Wales and Iceland has been notable. For others it will be the troubling scenes early in the tournament when mass hooligan violence returned to international football. Perhaps in years to come we will simply remember the...

    Foreign Policy Audit:Ukraine-Slovak Republic
    Jul06

    Foreign Policy Audit:Ukraine-Slovak Republic

    On June 11, the Institute of World Policy will organize a presentation of “Foreign Policy Audit:Ukraine-Slovak Republic” …read more Source: Institute of World...

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