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    The Razumkov Centre Newsletter №4 (33)
    Apr22

    The Razumkov Centre Newsletter №4 (33)

    The new issue of the Razumkov Centre Newsletter contains articles and interviews of our experts on the most important issues of Ukraine’s life in the areas of national security and defence, economy, energy, internal, external and social policy. In the issue: “Accepting DNR and LNR as Part of Ukraine is Equal to Drinking Poison”; “An...

    Russian Faux Pas in Mongolia
    Apr22

    Russian Faux Pas in Mongolia

    Locals feel snubbed after Russian foreign minister arrives for an official visit wearing jeans. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    What Mongol History Predicts for the Next Season of Game of Thrones
    Apr22

    What Mongol History Predicts for the Next Season of Game of Thrones

    As season six of HBO’s Game of Thrones looms, speculation is rife. Is Jon Snow really dead? What do the clips featuring a blind Arya mean? And what are the implications of the return of the Dothraki? This last question is the one that has got me thinking the most. The Dothraki are one of Game of Thrones’s more interesting cultures,...

    Russia’s Constitutional Court backs selective justice
    Apr22

    Russia’s Constitutional Court backs selective justice

    Human Rights Watch has condemned the Russian Constitutional Court’s first ruling that a binding European Court of Human Rights Judgment is ‘non-executable’. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Russia sentences Ukrainian hostage to 8.5 years on openly invented charges
    Apr22

    Russia sentences Ukrainian hostage to 8.5 years on openly invented charges

    A Russian court has convicted Serhiy Lytvynov of a ‘crime’ which was only reported a year after it allegedly took place, and just after Russia’s Investigative Committee had been forced to withdraw war crimes charges which had been proven to be total fiction …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Ideas for Australia: Australia boosts defences, but must pick its fights carefully in a time of tensions and uncertainties
    Apr21

    Ideas for Australia: Australia boosts defences, but must pick its fights carefully in a time of tensions and uncertainties

    The adjustment in Australia’s defence spending to 1.9% to 2% of GDP is reasonable. AAP/Tracey NearmyThe Conversation has asked 20 academics to examine the big ideas facing Australia for the 2016 federal election and beyond. The 20-piece series will examine, among others, the state of democracy, health, education, environment, equality,...

    Are Moldovan Consumers Financing Transnistrian Separatism?
    Apr21

    Are Moldovan Consumers Financing Transnistrian Separatism?

    The “leader” of the separatist Moldovan region of Transnistria, Evgheni Shevchuk, met with Russia Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, in Moscow, on April 14. No official press statement followed, other than a few lines by Rogozin’s assistant on social media. Reportedly, Rogozin called upon the would-be candidates in Transnistria’s...

    Russian Jets Fly Close to US Ship and Recon Aircraft Over Baltic Sea
    Apr21

    Russian Jets Fly Close to US Ship and Recon Aircraft Over Baltic Sea

    Last week (April 12), two Russian Su-24 bombers closely overflew the guided-missile destroyer USS Donald Cook, in the Baltic Sea, in international airspace. The incident happened relatively close to the Baltiysk naval base, in the Kaliningrad enclave. Two days later, an Su-27 fighter intercepted a United States RC-135 reconnaissance jet and...

    Germany and the European Neighbourhood Policy: Balancing Stability and Democracy in a Ring of Fire
    Apr21

    Germany and the European Neighbourhood Policy: Balancing Stability and Democracy in a Ring of Fire

    Photo: fdecomite In 2004, the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) was launched to create ‘a ring of friends’ at the external EU border. From today’s perspective, the policy has failed. The EU’s Eastern and Southern neighbourhood is destabilised by civil war, regional conflicts and terrorist networks, fuelling irregular migration...

    Connectography
    Apr21

    Connectography

    In Connectography, Parag Khanna presents a radical new take on American strategy: Connectivity rather than countries are the way to think about the 21st century. The most connected powers and people will be the most successful. Khanna shows how mankind is re-engineering planet earth, investing up to $10 trillion per year in transportation,...

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