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    Hackers caused a blackout for the first time, researchers say
    Jan07

    Hackers caused a blackout for the first time, researchers say

    Hackers caused a power outage in Ukraine during holiday season, researchers say, signalling a potentially troubling new escalation in digital attacks. WP: Hackers caused a blackout for the first time, researchers say …read more Source: The American Center for a European...

    13 people put on Interpol wanted list for serious crimes in ATO zone
    Jan07

    13 people put on Interpol wanted list for serious crimes in ATO zone

    Thirteen dangerous criminals who have committed serious criminal offences and crimes against peace and security in the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) zone in eastern Ukraine have been put on Interpol’s international wanted list, the media liaison office of the Ukrainian National Police’s main department in Donetsk region has reported....

    Keeping hope alive
    Jan07

    Keeping hope alive

    Many Russians find it hard to accept that Ukraine is really a state; moreover, Ukrainians are essentially Russians. The territory they inhabit is therefore part of Moscow’s patrimony. At the heart of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine is the contested legacy of a long-forgotten superpower: Kievan Rus. The Economist: Keeping hope alive...

    US Probes Suspected Russian-Backed ‘BlackEnergy’ Attack on Ukraine
    Jan07

    US Probes Suspected Russian-Backed ‘BlackEnergy’ Attack on Ukraine

    Malicious software BlackEnergy, said to have caused massive blackout in Ukraine last month was also used in a 2014 cyberattack on U.S. utilities. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukraine Stops Power Supply to Russian-Annexed Crimea
    Jan06

    Ukraine Stops Power Supply to Russian-Annexed Crimea

    Shortly before its residents rang in the New Year, the Russian-annexed peninsula of Crimea again found itself entirely without Ukrainian electricity. As in November, this was caused by unidentified saboteurs who blew up a power transmission line tower in Ukraine’s Kherson province, which borders Crimea. However, this time, Kyiv is unlikely...

    Russia Decides Who the Terrorists Are
    Jan06

    Russia Decides Who the Terrorists Are

    At the end of 2015, an unnamed Kremlin official announced that Moscow was now sharing intelligence about the Islamic State with the Afghan Taliban, even though the Taliban remains on the Russian list of terrorist organizations. Predictably the Taliban denied the assertion (Russianews.net, December 26, 2015). But none of this appears to have been...

    Tatarstan’s President Defies Kremlin Efforts to Unite Russians against Another Common ‘Enemy’
    Jan06

    Tatarstan’s President Defies Kremlin Efforts to Unite Russians against Another Common ‘Enemy’

    An unexpected result of Russia’s aggressive foreign policy in the Middle East has been Tatarstan’s opposition to the decision to cut ties with Turkey. After a Turkish F-16 downed a Russian warplane that allegedly crossed from Syria into Turkey’s airspace last November, President Vladimir Putin vowed to punish Ankara for what he...

    The Geopolitics of Cheap Oil
    Jan06

    The Geopolitics of Cheap Oil

    (Image: woodleywonderworks / Flickr) The market was supposed to save the planet. That, at least, was the argument of many economists grappling with the problem of climate change. As fossil fuels became scarcer, they pointed out, the price of oil and natural gas would go up. And then other options, like solar and wind, would become cheaper,...

    How Ukraine’s Prosecutor General Sabotaged the Reform Process
    Jan06

    How Ukraine’s Prosecutor General Sabotaged the Reform Process

    Viktor Shokin, Ukraine’s prosecutor general, was upbeat in his New Year’s message to colleagues. While “2015 was a difficult and responsible year for us all,” he wrote, we “carried out unprecedented reform and overhaul of the prosecutor’s system, bringing it closer to European standards.” Almost thirty...

    Russia’s military: Don’t believe the hype.
    Jan06

    Russia’s military: Don’t believe the hype.

    / On the photo: The inscription on the stone before the Russian knight, “How to go straight – do not be alive – there is no way any passer or roadway, or flies.” (“Knight at the Crossroads” – a picture of Viktor Vasnetsov, 1882)./ Kyle Mizokami January 4, 2016The Bear is back. Or so the headlines would have you believe. The Russian military, led...

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