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    Why There Is No Peace On Earth
    Jan01

    Why There Is No Peace On Earth

    After the Berlin Wall fell in November 1989 and the death of the Soviet Union was confirmed two years later when Boris Yeltsin courageously stood down the red army tanks in front of Moscow’s White House, a dark era in human history came to an end. The world had descended into what had been a 77-year global war, incepting with the...

    Future War of the Worlds.
    Jan01

    Future War of the Worlds.

    Media focused now the war on “Islamic state”, but the global military giants are preparing their armies in a conflict incomparably larger scale. 01.01.2016 BY Andrzej Talaga The current clash with IS, previous Western operations in Afghanistan and Iraq and the Russian invasion in Georgia and in Ukraine – it is only an anticipation of what the...

    EU-Ukraine Deal Comes Into Force, Angers Russia
    Jan01

    EU-Ukraine Deal Comes Into Force, Angers Russia

    January 1, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Five biggest security threats facing the world in 2016
    Jan01

    Five biggest security threats facing the world in 2016

    It’s not looking good. Reuters/Mohamad TorokmanThis has been a remarkably violent year – and many of the worst threats to human security that have dogged people all over the globe are no less a problem than they were a year ago. Here, in no particular order, are some of the biggest risks the world faces in 2016. 1: Civil conflict Civil wars...

    Soros Plays Both Ends in Syria Refugee Chaos
    Dec31

    Soros Plays Both Ends in Syria Refugee Chaos

    Since John D. Rockefeller was advised to protect his wealth from government taxation by creating a tax-exempt philanthropic foundation in 1913, foundations have been used by American oligarchs to disguise a world of dirty deeds under the cover “doing good for mankind,” known by the moniker “philanthropy” for mankind-loving. No less the case is...

    Special feature: What we will be watching in 2016
    Dec31

    Special feature: What we will be watching in 2016

    This past week, we issued a challenge. We asked some of our scholars to reflect on and list the main events, trends, negotiations, policy goals, etc., that will, could, or should shape 2016.So what should we mark in red on our calendars? What is at the front of policy and political leaders’ minds this New Year? Read on to be enlightened by...

    Ukrainian politics at the end of 2015: an unstable equilibrium
    Dec31

    Ukrainian politics at the end of 2015: an unstable equilibrium

    Both Poroshenko and Kolomoyskyi are satisfied with the premiership of Yatsenyuk, who is an unpopular politician, and thus not a threat. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

    Putin’s Conversation with Angela Merkel, Francois Hollande and Petro Poroshenko
    Dec30

    Putin’s Conversation with Angela Merkel, Francois Hollande and Petro Poroshenko

    STATEMENT. Russia. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Can America And Russia Cooperate In Syria?
    Dec30

    Can America And Russia Cooperate In Syria?

    Image credit: istockFeaturedvia Moscow TimesPresident Vladimir Putin’s decision to intervene in Syria marked a major turning point in Russian foreign policy in 2015. While Putin correctly calculated that most of the world would condemn his military actions in Chechnya, Georgia, and Ukraine, he hopes for solidarity and support from the...

    Leaders Of Ukraine, Russia, France And Germany Back Extension Of Ukraine Peace Deal
    Dec30

    Leaders Of Ukraine, Russia, France And Germany Back Extension Of Ukraine Peace Deal

    December 30, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

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