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    Ukraine Power Grid Hacking:  Could it Happen in the United States?
    Apr07

    Ukraine Power Grid Hacking: Could it Happen in the United States?

    In December, a portion of the Ukrainian power grid was hit with a cyber attack. The perpetrators wiped data from SCADA systems (the industrial controls behind power grids), disrupted power to tens of thousands of customers, and blinded grid operators with an attack against the power company’s phone systems. …read more Source: Belfer...

    Obama Silent on Violence in Nagorno-Karabakh, While Putin Plans Shuttle Diplomacy
    Apr06

    Obama Silent on Violence in Nagorno-Karabakh, While Putin Plans Shuttle Diplomacy

    Absence of US Leadership May Have Consequences in Syria, Ukraine, and Beyond The United States has been conspicuously absent during the latest crisis over Azerbaijan’s breakaway region of Nagorno-Karabakh (NK). The White House has not yet issued a statement on this unprecedented uptick in violence. US Secretary of State John Kerry’s...

    New Schedule for Minsk Implementation Urgently Needed
    Apr06

    New Schedule for Minsk Implementation Urgently Needed

    For several months, the Minsk peace process has been in a stalemate. Meetings of the Trilateral Contact Group and the Normandy Four have failed to make progress on the issue of elections in the Russian-occupied areas of the Donbas.The fourth provision of the Minsk II agreement envisages that local elections should be discussed “in accordance with...

    “Ilham Aliyev was convinced that Azerbaijan in the United States have good friends.”
    Apr06

    “Ilham Aliyev was convinced that Azerbaijan in the United States have good friends.”

    Ex-Minister Temur Yakobashvili, “Ilham Aliyev was convinced that Azerbaijan in the United States have good friends.” Wars does not go between civilizations but within civilizations. April 6, 2016 Author: Interview by Akbar Hasanov Fighting continues in Karabakh. The Armenian side has continued its provocations and after Azerbaijan agreed to sign...

    Ukraine Comment on the Aggravation of Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict
    Apr06

    Ukraine Comment on the Aggravation of Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict

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

    The Dutch Referendum on thee EU-Ukraine Association Agreement: What’s at Stake?
    Apr06

    The Dutch Referendum on thee EU-Ukraine Association Agreement: What’s at Stake?

    Open Europe. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Report: Putin’s Third Term: Assessments Amid Crisis
    Apr06

    Report: Putin’s Third Term: Assessments Amid Crisis

    March 12, 2015 The year 2014 was a turbulent one for Russia, prompting questions about the country’s long-term trajectory under the leadership of President Vladimir Putin. Can Russia rebound from its current economic crisis? What, if any, vestiges of cooperation with the West exist amid the crisis in Ukraine and beyond? What is the...

    Ukraine to Ban Imports of Russian Oil Products
    Apr06

    Ukraine to Ban Imports of Russian Oil Products

    April 6, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    America Can’t Be the World’s Nuclear Police
    Apr06

    America Can’t Be the World’s Nuclear Police

    Doug Bandow Donald Trump is once again causing consternation among world leaders. His remarks about South Korea and Japan developing nuclear weapons have set off a minor firestorm. “It would be catastrophic were the United States to shift its position and indicate that we support somehow the proliferation of nuclear weapons to additional...

    Fine-Tuning EU Support for Ukrainian Democratization
    Apr06

    Fine-Tuning EU Support for Ukrainian Democratization

    The EU needs to step up its support for Ukraine’s still-fragile democracy, focusing on the three areas of conditionality, decentralization, and engagement with civil society. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

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