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    Kleptocracy Daily: September 1, 2017
    Sep07

    Kleptocracy Daily: September 1, 2017

    A Florida lobbying firm has been hired by a Turkish government-controlled bank implicated in a major Iranian money laundering scheme by the U.S. Justice Department. (Daily Caller) Gerhard Schröder is pressing on with plans to join the board of Rosneft, despite mounting criticism. (AP) China is rolling back Western global influence through a...

    Russia under Putin: Small child solemnly swears to prosecute her mother if required
    Sep07

    Russia under Putin: Small child solemnly swears to prosecute her mother if required

    At a ceremony in St Petersburg on September 1 marking the beginning of the academic year for future ‘investigators’, a little girl solemnly promised Alexander Bastrykin, head of the Investigative Committee that she would shop her mother if that were required by her work …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    The World Outside of North Korea
    Sep06

    The World Outside of North Korea

    By Jacob L. Shapiro North Korea commands the world’s attention, but its nuclear test shouldn’t overshadow the important developments that happened earlier this week in other parts of the world. While North Korea and the U.S. were lobbing threats at one another, China’s president was purging generals in the People’s...

    The Deep Roots of Russia’s Young Protestors
    Sep06

    The Deep Roots of Russia’s Young Protestors

    Politics This year’s anti-corruption protests first flared up over four months ago. But social media and traditional news media are still abuzz. What’s keeping the conversation alive? Largely, a fascination with how young the protestors were. After the first photographs from the protests were published, the media were flooded with...

    American Jackboot Diplomacy
    Sep06

    American Jackboot Diplomacy

    The latest extraordinary roughshod violation of Russian diplomatic rights by the American authorities shows that the US doesn’t want to restore normal bilateral relations. Indeed, it has now resorted publicly to jackboot diplomacy.The rapid ordering of Russia to vacate three of its diplomatic properties – in a matter of hours – amid...

    How to Finish the Revolution in Ukraine
    Sep06

    How to Finish the Revolution in Ukraine

    More than three years after the Euromaidan, Ukraine still hasn’t successfully prosecuted any high-level crooks, and we’ve got plenty here. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Doing Business Across Euasia Could Be Easier
    Sep06

    Doing Business Across Euasia Could Be Easier

    Can a single economic space spanning from Lisbon to Vladivostok exist? Is a closer collaboration between the European Union (EU) and the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) possible? The time will show but the idea has already been developed and has been included in the Berlin Memorandum. “This initiative is the result of practical needs of enterprises...

    A Reminder to Continue Ukraine Reforms

    Without renewed domestic commitment to reforms, the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement will bring about little change in Ukraine. …read more Source: Carnegie...

    Geolocating Libya’s Social Media Executioner
    Sep06

    Geolocating Libya’s Social Media Executioner

    Warning: this article contains graphic material. Update: Incident One, Four and Five have been geolocated. In Short: The International Criminal Court issued its first ever arrest warrant solely based on social media evidence; This warrant is a significant development and aligns the Court with the realities of today’s conflict zones; All...

    Russia Eyes New Law On Foreigner Expulsions For ’Undesirable’ Behaviour
    Sep06

    Russia Eyes New Law On Foreigner Expulsions For ’Undesirable’ Behaviour

    Russian lawmakers are examining possible new legislation envisioning the deportation of foreigners who engage in “undesirable” behavior deemed to be interference in the country’s internal affairs. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

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