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    Russia extends embargo on EU food products
    Jun30

    Russia extends embargo on EU food products

    The Russian government decided on Wednesday (29 June) to prolong a ban on EU food imports from August, until the end of 2017, in retaliation for EU sanctions over Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Brexit is England’s silliest decision since Suez
    Jun30

    Brexit is England’s silliest decision since Suez

    It’s now over 70 years since British Prime Minister Winston Churchill told his Australian counterpart John Curtin of his wish to see a united western Europe, of which Britain would be a member. The allies had fought their way up the southern Italian peninsula but the Normandy landing was still a month away, Hitler still controlled Europe...

    “Christ did not write denunciations!” Protest at mounting repression in Russia
    Jun30

    “Christ did not write denunciations!” Protest at mounting repression in Russia

    Courageous believers have held a third picket in Moscow affirming that denunciations and prosecutions for ‘offending believers’ feelings’ run counter to Christ’s teachings. Their protest came as Russia’s upper house of parliament passed a law which criminalizes failure to denounce others and makes it possible to prosecute...

    “Christ did not write denunciations!” Protest at mounting repression in Russia
    Jun30

    “Christ did not write denunciations!” Protest at mounting repression in Russia

    Courageous believers have held a third picket in Moscow affirming that denunciations and prosecutions for ‘offending believers’ feelings’ run counter to Christ’s teachings. Their protest came as Russia’s upper house of parliament passed a law which criminalizes failure to denounce others and makes it possible to prosecute...

    Kremlin Donbas Proxies launch Russian-style ‘fight against Ukrainian extremism’
    Jun30

    Kremlin Donbas Proxies launch Russian-style ‘fight against Ukrainian extremism’

    While Russia continues, without any credibility, to deny its undeclared war against Ukraine, the Kremlin’s proxies in Donbas are introducing measures to ‘combat the ideology of extremism and terrorism’ copied straight from the Russian original. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Russia’s June 2016 Snap Exercise: Same Old Story, but With a New Touch
    Jun30

    Russia’s June 2016 Snap Exercise: Same Old Story, but With a New Touch

    Russian President Vladimir Putin initiated a country-wide snap exercise, on June 14, which lasted until June 22, though some units continued to hold maneuvers the following day (Mil.ru, June 14; RIA Novosti, June 23). Various elements of the exercise took place in all four Russian military districts—West, South, Central and East (see EDM, June...

    Anders Åslund: “Cameron might go down in history as the gravedigger of the European Union.”
    Jun29

    Anders Åslund: “Cameron might go down in history as the gravedigger of the European Union.”

    Language English Following the results of Britain’s recent Brexit referendum, we would like to take a look back at commentary on the potential British exit from the European Union (EU) provided by two CASE Fellows, Anders Åslund and Marek Dąbrowski, which was published in the Spring 2016 issue of The International Economy. Anders Åslund...

    Former Moldovan Prime Minister Gets Long Prison Term
    Jun29

    Former Moldovan Prime Minister Gets Long Prison Term

    Vlad Filat says he’s being made a scapegoat for the “theft of the century” bank fraud scandal. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Russia Accuses US Destroyer of Conducting Reckless Maneuvers
    Jun29

    Russia Accuses US Destroyer of Conducting Reckless Maneuvers

    Moscow says actions violated international law, while U.S. defense officials say nearby Russian ship was at fault. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Friends With Benefits? Russian-Chinese Relations After the Ukraine Crisis
    Jun29

    Friends With Benefits? Russian-Chinese Relations After the Ukraine Crisis

    Facing sanctions from the West after the annexation of Crimea, Russia has reoriented its economy toward China. The results of the shift are mixed, but if trends continue, Moscow is likely to drift further into Beijing’s embrace. An asymmetrical interdependence is emerging, with global implications. …read more Source: Carnegie...

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