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    US Rebalancing Policy towards Asia
    May30

    US Rebalancing Policy towards Asia

    “US Rebalancing Policy towards Asia” Introduction Asia is experiencing major changes in its security architecture. There are a number of issues being faced by Asia at present, which include power balancing and alliances, governance and democracy, maritime and energy security, the relationship between economics and security, human security,...

    Parallele Welten – gegenläufige Ziele: Wie Rüstungspolitik die Agenda 2030 unterwandert
    May30

    Parallele Welten – gegenläufige Ziele: Wie Rüstungspolitik die Agenda 2030 unterwandert

    Am 29. Mai erinnerte UN-Generalsekretär Ban Ki-moon an das 60-jährige Bestehen der bewaffneten UN-Friedenssicherungsmissionen. Ihr erster Einsatz erfolgte im Mai 1956 in der Suez-Krise. Er erwähnte auch, dass diese UN-Einrichtung 1988 den Friedensnobelpreis erhalten hat – beides von der Öffentlichkeit kaum wahrgenommen. Fatale Entwicklungen Der...

    ’I Will Never Return To Donetsk’ — Conflict Reduces One Woman’s Life To Rubble
    May30

    ’I Will Never Return To Donetsk’ — Conflict Reduces One Woman’s Life To Rubble

    Former Donetsk resident Nadia Zaslavska spoke to Dmitry Volchek from RFE/RL’s Russian Service about why the conflict in eastern Ukraine drove her from the city even though she had spent many happy years living there. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    As Our Past Wars Are Glorified This Memorial Day Weekend, Give Some Thought To Our Prospects Against The Russians And Chinese In World War III
    May29

    As Our Past Wars Are Glorified This Memorial Day Weekend, Give Some Thought To Our Prospects Against The Russians And Chinese In World War III

    The Saker reports that Russia is preparing for World War III, not because Russia intends to initiate aggression but because Russia is alarmed by the hubris and arrogance of the West, by the demonization of Russia, by provocative military actions by the West, by American interference in the Russian province of Chechnya and in former Russian...

    Moscow Plays Divide-and-Conquer Strategy Against Crimean Tatars
    May28

    Moscow Plays Divide-and-Conquer Strategy Against Crimean Tatars

    According to Refat Chubarov, the president of the Crimean Tatar World Congress and the elected chairperson of the Mejlis (the quasi-governing assembly of the Crimean Tatars), the Russian Federation is in the process of creating a Crimean Tatar military corps to neutralize protests and counter defiance against the occupying forces of the annexed...

    Inside Latvia’s New State Defense Concept: Riga Declares Its Military Ambitions Ahead of NATO Summit
    May28

    Inside Latvia’s New State Defense Concept: Riga Declares Its Military Ambitions Ahead of NATO Summit

    Latvia’s new State Defense Concept, approved by the Cabinet of Ministers this week (May 24), is an ambitious declaration for a stronger defense buildup. At the same time, it represents a kind of “wish list” just ahead of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO) approaching July summit in Warsaw, during which Alliance members...

    Ukraine Insists on International Police Mission in Donetsk-Luhansk
    May28

    Ukraine Insists on International Police Mission in Donetsk-Luhansk

    The top leaders of Russia, Germany, France and Ukraine (the “Normandy Group”) conferred by telephone on the night of May 23–24, at Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko’s initiative. Poroshenko sought an endorsement of Kyiv’s proposal for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) to create and deploy an armed...

    Iran Without Nuclear Weapons: We Can Only Hope
    May27

    Iran Without Nuclear Weapons: We Can Only Hope

    Related Commentaryvia StrategikaHistory suggests three ways to prevent a state that has the capacity of going nuclear from exercising that option. The first is a security guarantee in exchange for denuclearization. The former Soviet republic of Ukraine took this route in 1994, when it gave up its extensive nuclear stockpile and jointed the...

    Europe Revolts Against Russian Sanctions
    May27

    Europe Revolts Against Russian Sanctions

    From ministerial offices to barricades on the streets, Europe is in open revolt against anti-Russian sanctions which have cost workers and businesses millions of jobs and earnings. Granted, the contentious issues are wider than anti-Russian sanctions. However, the latter are entwined with growing popular discontent across the EU. Germany’s...

    Should Ukraine Privatise its Energy Companies?
    May27

    Should Ukraine Privatise its Energy Companies?

    Recent studies have focused on the importance of fighting corruption and transitioning to the standards of the EU energy market, but Zaslavskiy argues that Ukraine also needs large-scale and quick privatisation of its hydrocarbon sector. Without a strong market foundation, populist demands will continue to overtake energy policy-making in the...

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