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    Treasury analysis warns UK GDP would be 6% smaller post Brexit even with Canadian-style free trade agreement
    Apr18

    Treasury analysis warns UK GDP would be 6% smaller post Brexit even with Canadian-style free trade agreement

    Treasury analysis warns UK GDP would be 6% smaller post Brexit even with Canadian-style free trade agreementThe Treasury will today release its analysis of the long-run cost of the UK leaving the EU. The 200 page report is expected to predict that if the UK left the EU and adopted a Canada-style free trade agreement with the EU, UK GDP would be...

    Military Russian special forces do not accidentally select Juodkrante.
    Apr17

    Military Russian special forces do not accidentally select Juodkrante.

    Vaidas Saldzhyunas April 17, 2016 The Russian military a few years ago could land in Juodkrante. This information is disclosed by the head of the Seimas Committee on National Security and Defence Arturas Paulauskas, has caused a lot of discussion. There were anxiety, and doubt, and even mockery, this scandalous fact silenced a few years – the...

    Verdict awaited on Russian military intelligence officers captured in Donbas
    Apr17

    Verdict awaited on Russian military intelligence officers captured in Donbas

    Media hype suggesting that Monday’s verdict due on two Russians believed to be from GRU or Russian military intelligence could immediately be used to ensure Nadiya Savchenko’s exchange and return to Ukraine, is, her lawyer warns, premature …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Draconian laws set scene for mass arrests in Russia & Occupied Crimea
    Apr17

    Draconian laws set scene for mass arrests in Russia & Occupied Crimea

    Two draft laws tabled in the Russian parliament have been described as setting the ground for Russia’s FSB to imprison people en masse on ‘extremism’ charges, with these increasingly used in Russia to silence criticism of the regime, and especially its annexation of Crimea …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Putin  after Panama.
    Apr15

    Putin after Panama.

    / Aged Putin? / – GCSSI. …Life itself dictates the authorities that it is time to moderate temperament and look for new ways. 2016 has already brought several first-rate political surprises, but the biggest may be yet to come. By Sergei Schelin April 15, 2016 Circumstances force the Kremlin to adjust the style of government, giving it a more...

    Groysman Approved as Ukraine’s New Prime Minister
    Apr15

    Groysman Approved as Ukraine’s New Prime Minister

    Poroshenko’s ally was chosen to replace his unpopular predecessor in hopes of overcoming the long-lasting government crisis. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Does Europe Need a New Warsaw Pact?
    Apr15

    Does Europe Need a New Warsaw Pact?

    Christopher A. Preble and Marian L. Tupy Late last month, GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump caused considerable controversy by arguing that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization was “obsolete” in dealing with the threat of terrorism and a drain on U.S. finances. Speaking to Jonathan Karl of ABC News, Trump also noted that the fate of...

    “Those Who Decided to Drown Cannot Be Saved”
    Apr15

    “Those Who Decided to Drown Cannot Be Saved”

    In traditional talk, Vladimir Putin touches on the economy, Ukraine, Obama, and whether he’d let some world leaders sink. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Russian aggression against Ukraine and international law: 25 key theses
    Apr15

    Russian aggression against Ukraine and international law: 25 key theses

    Authors – Oleksiy Rohovyk, head of Free Voice Information Analysis Center; Olga Lozova, analyst of Free Voice Information Analysis Center Source: Hvylia hvylya.net For almost 2 years Ukraine is still one of the central issues of international politics. The unprecedented Revolution in 2013 launched no less unprecedented aggressive actions of...

    HCSS: The Dutch referendum in the Ukrainian newspaper ‘Den’.
    Apr15

    HCSS: The Dutch referendum in the Ukrainian newspaper ‘Den’.

    Stephan de Spiegeleire shared his views on how Ukraine was covered in the Dutch referendum and what the outcome means for the relationship between Ukraine and Europe in today’s edition of the Ukrainian… …read more Source: The Hague Centre for Strategic...

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