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    What a Trumpist Republican party will mean for the US in Asia
    Jul11

    What a Trumpist Republican party will mean for the US in Asia

    The US Republican Party will gather from July 18–21 to formally nominate Donald Trump as its presidential candidate. This may be contested — the ‘Never Trump’ movement is searching for a way to open the convention — but regardless, Trump has already altered the Grand Old Party (GOP) dramatically. He will likely lose in November. But...

    NATO summit: Despite high public support for defense spending in Europe, discord over burden sharing emerges
    Jul11

    NATO summit: Despite high public support for defense spending in Europe, discord over burden sharing emerges

    President Obama with UK Prime Minister David Cameron. NATOThe NATO summit in Warsaw that wrapped up on July 9 demonstrated once again that the defense spending effort of European allies remains a contentious issue in the alliance. On the eve of the summit, news reports indicated that American officials had prepared a briefing designed in part to...

    Top Twelve Biggest Achievements of the Ukrainian Reforms
    Jul11

    Top Twelve Biggest Achievements of the Ukrainian Reforms

    The Reanimation Package of Reforms [RPR] has put together a list of key reforms . It states that despite huge resistance, Ukrainian reforms do produce tangible results and civil society will continue to push for these changes to become irreversible. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Crimean journalist placed on Russian ’List of Terrorists & Extremists’ for an article
    Jul11

    Crimean journalist placed on Russian ’List of Terrorists & Extremists’ for an article

    Disturbing details have emerged of the KGB-level surveillance used against Mykola Semena, the Crimean journalist charged with ‘public calls to violate Russia’s territorial integrity’ over a text supporting the Civic Blockade of Crimea. Semena has also been added to the Federal ‘List of Terrorists and Extremists’. …read...

    No ‘Civil War’: New Report Confirms that Ukraine was Shelled from Russia
    Jul11

    No ‘Civil War’: New Report Confirms that Ukraine was Shelled from Russia

    Rights activists have gathered vital evidence of direct shelling and military intervention from Russia in 2014 which they intend to pass to the International Criminal Court. The material will help victims defend their rights in international courts and also to refute the ongoing attempts to present the fighting in Donbas as a ‘civil war’....

    Ukraine wins pat on the back from NATO summit
    Jul10

    Ukraine wins pat on the back from NATO summit

    Ukraine won promises of continued support at a NATO summit yesterday (9 July) but the prospect of Kyiv’s eventual membership of the US-led military alliance seemed as distant as ever as the West seeks a tentative rapprochement with Russia. …read more Source:...

    Trudeau to deploy military to Latvia, concerns raised about “collision course” with Russia
    Jul10

    Trudeau to deploy military to Latvia, concerns raised about “collision course” with Russia

    July 9, 2016 – 4:53pm Canadian soldiers in Latvia. Source: Canadian Armed Forces. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, attending the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit in Warsaw on July 8-9, has announced that Canada will send 450 soldiers to Latvia, as well as armoured vehicles, up to six CF-18s and naval frigates to the Baltic...

    US Diplomacy, Ukraine Diverge on the Minsk ‘Agreement’
    Jul09

    US Diplomacy, Ukraine Diverge on the Minsk ‘Agreement’

    US Secretary of State John Kerry’s public message in Kyiv on July 7 (see accompanying article) reaffirms, broadly, the talking points that Assistant Secretary Victoria Nuland had been delivering in Kyiv since May 2015 (see EDM, May 26). It was at that point that Kerry and Nuland initiated non-transparent bilateral discussions with Moscow...

    John Kerry’s Unwelcome Message in Ukraine
    Jul09

    John Kerry’s Unwelcome Message in Ukraine

    US Secretary of State John Kerry and Assistant Secretary Victoria Nuland held talks with President Petro Poroshenko and other Ukrainian officials, in Kyiv on July 7. At the joint news conference, Kerry urged Ukraine to help jump-start the implementation of the Minsk armistice through unilateral steps, in “the days ahead,” “the next days,” as he...

    An Army of Storytellers
    Jul08

    An Army of Storytellers

    Public diplomacy has long been a positive tool of the United States and its partners, yet we are still losing in the battle happening online. At the Atlantic Council’s NATO Future Leaders Summit in Warsaw on July 7, three unique storytellers spoke about their experiences and efforts to bridge this online gap. Maxim Eristavi, a Ukrainian...

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