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    Newsbrief Vol. 38, No. 2
    Mar06

    Newsbrief Vol. 38, No. 2

    Concise briefings on contemporary issues and trends in international securityNo: 3Volume: 38Newsbrief …read more Source: Royal United Services Institute...

    Focusing on a Positive Future for  U.S.–Turkey Relations
    Mar06

    Focusing on a Positive Future for U.S.–Turkey Relations

    Photo Credit: FreshStock / Shutterstock The highly contentious relationship that has evolved between Turkey and the United States over their different approaches to the situation in Syria has led to serious questions as to whether the partnership can survive. While the points of disagreement between Turkey and the United States are real and...

    Ukraine: Delay Votes to Prevent Harm to Democratic Institutions
    Mar06

    Ukraine: Delay Votes to Prevent Harm to Democratic Institutions

    Press Releases Ukraine: Delay Votes to Prevent Harm to Democratic InstitutionsFebruary 28, 2018Ukraine’s Parliament, the Rada, is scheduling votes on legislation that would increase government monitoring of civil society institutions and politicize the human rights Ombudsman. …read more Source: Freedom...

    The EU’s Seven-Year Budget Itch
    Mar06

    The EU’s Seven-Year Budget Itch

    This article was also published by Project Syndicate. It’s theatre season in the European Union. The play, called budget negotiations, is performed every seven years. It pits the EU’s spenders against its savers, donors against receivers, and reformers against conservatives. After the actors have exhausted themselves with bluffs,...

    Resurgent Russia [What Think Tanks are thinking]
    Mar06

    Resurgent Russia [What Think Tanks are thinking]

    Written by Marcin Grajewski, © 3dmitry / Fotolia Russia is increasingly assertive in foreign and security policy, posing a challenge to the post-Cold War, rules-based international order. Following the annexation of Crimea, conflict with Ukraine and intervention in Syria, Russia stands accused of seeking to influence electoral outcomes in the...

    The Fallout of Murder
    Mar06

    The Fallout of Murder

    To get a broader understanding of the situation, we asked five opinion-leading Slovaks their take on the recent tragedy. We must not look in disbelief at the assassination of Jan Kuciak and his fiancé in Slovakia, but think hard and act responsibly to avert a further democratic decline not only in that country but across the entire region....

    Russia condemned for launching ‘machine of wholesale persecution’ in occupied Crimea
    Mar06

    Russia condemned for launching ‘machine of wholesale persecution’ in occupied Crimea

    On the eve of his 47th birthday, his third in Russian captivity, Crimean Tatar father of four, Muslim Aliev has been declared a political prisoner, together with five other Crimean Muslims, now on trial in Russia. The renowned Memorial Human Rights Centre has given a devastating analysis of the charges Aliev, human rights activist Emir-Usein...

    The Smartest Strategy is to Say Farewell to Donbas
    Mar06

    The Smartest Strategy is to Say Farewell to Donbas

    Russia / Europe It is useful to look at the conflict in the Donbas from the point of view of Russian interests: While this approach is unpopular in Ukraine, full insight into the interests of the parties involved is the key to building any relationship. On the one hand, Russia’s strategic logic is quite obvious: conflicts in the post-Soviet...

    An Ill-advised History Lesson
    Mar06

    An Ill-advised History Lesson

    The recent controversial amendment to Poland’s law on the Institute of National Remembrance, which bans blaming the Polish nation or state for the Holocaust, is misguided. However, the hysterical reactions to the law from Israel and part of the Jewish diaspora show that while jail sentences are the wrong way to correct historical...

    Compete and Cooperate to Make U.S. National Security Strategies Great Again
    Mar06

    Compete and Cooperate to Make U.S. National Security Strategies Great Again

    The views expressed in this article are those of the authors alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. government. This article is written in response to History Begins (Again) for the Pentagon by John R. Deni, R. Evan Ellis, Nathan P. Freier, and Sumit Ganguly published on February 22, 2018. Colleagues at the U.S. Army War...

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