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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    GRAND JIHAD YET TO COME.
    Jun21

    GRAND JIHAD YET TO COME.

    “In the lands of the Crusaders is not innocents” Avraham Shmulevich Bloody Islamist terror list will grow as long as Western leaders do not recognize that faced with a frontal attack. The carnage in Orlando, the very next day – two terrorist attacks in Paris, a few days before – shot in a shopping mall in Tel Aviv … This is only the most recent...

    ‘Hello, Lenin!’ Three Components of America’s Misguided Foreign Policy
    Jun21

    ‘Hello, Lenin!’ Three Components of America’s Misguided Foreign Policy

    Since the end of the Cold War, American foreign policy could almost have been designed to undermine our national interests. Whether under Republican George W. Bush or Democrats Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, we have seen “regime changes” and “color revolutions,” facilitation of global jihadism while claiming to combat it, and gratuitous...

    Dare to Take Charge: The EU, Areas of Conflict in International Politics, and the Case for Assuming Greater Responsibility
    Jun21

    Dare to Take Charge: The EU, Areas of Conflict in International Politics, and the Case for Assuming Greater Responsibility

    We cannot quarantine ourselves from the instability that reigns south and east of Europe. Europe must strike a new balance between idealistic foreign policy and realism. The opening address of the 17th Annual Foreign Policy Conference. This is the 17th Annual Foreign Policy Conference of the Heinrich Böll Foundation – it has become a proud...

    Money Behind Boris Nemtsov’s Killing, Russia Says
    Jun21

    Money Behind Boris Nemtsov’s Killing, Russia Says

    Investigative Committee closes investigation, rules out religious motive for death of prominent Kremlin critic. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Russia Apportions Blame for Boating Disaster
    Jun21

    Russia Apportions Blame for Boating Disaster

    Storm that caused deaths of 14 youngsters had been predicted; instructors ignored pleas to cancel trip. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Don’t ignore the left! Connections between Europe’s radical left and Russia.
    Jun21

    Don’t ignore the left! Connections between Europe’s radical left and Russia.

    By PÉTER KREKÓ and LÓRÁNT GYŐRI 13 June 2016 “In order to address the far left’s relationship with the Kremlin, investigative journalists, policy leaders, and intelligence services must acknowledge that these old “comrade networks”, established during Soviet times by the KGB, are still alive. Furthermore, left-wing parties such as Syriza...

    A Brexit would hurt Canada, too
    Jun21

    A Brexit would hurt Canada, too

    Pull Quote: “…the message for Canada is clear. We should move swiftly to improve our access in more promising Asian markets” Like any collision on a busy highway resulting from a fast-moving car veering without warning into the exit lane, Britain’s departure from the European Union will trigger a …read more Source:...

    What rising protests in South Africa say about attitudes towards local government
    Jun21

    What rising protests in South Africa say about attitudes towards local government

    Residents of Zandspruit, a shanty town north-west of Johannesburg, during a violent protest against the removal of illegal electricity connections. EPAKevin SutherlandThe euphoria of South Africa’s 2016 municipal elections is at its peak, with political parties parading their manifestos, all in competition for a stake in the local sphere of...

    Britain and Europe: a long history of conflict and cooperation
    Jun21

    Britain and Europe: a long history of conflict and cooperation

    William Sadler II’s Battle of Waterloo. Britain’s referendum on the EU marks another step in the country’s long and troubled history with its European neighbours. Divorce or not, Europe will continue to have a huge influence over British politics and society – history has a few lessons for us here. Europe made the UK. The...

    France wants EU summit to discuss Russia sanctions
    Jun21

    France wants EU summit to discuss Russia sanctions

    France on Monday (20 June) called for EU leaders to have a full discussion on the future of economic sanctions imposed on Russia over Ukraine, even though they are expected to be rolled over shortly. …read more Source:...

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