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    An Expensive Fight for Russia and Turkey
    Jan11

    An Expensive Fight for Russia and Turkey

    Transatlantic TakeWASHINGTON—It was “a stab in the back,” Russian President Vladimir Putin declared. Turkey’s shooting down of the Russian jet over Turkish airspace in late November sparked angry denunciations from Moscow. But rather than “stab in the back,” the more relevant bodily metaphor is “shot in the foot.” For both Russia and...

    Athletics World Records Could be Shelved
    Jan11

    Athletics World Records Could be Shelved

    Links between sport’s world body and Russian cheaters expected to be the focus of second international anti-doping report this week. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Rollback: Central Europe’s Populist Tide
    Jan11

    Rollback: Central Europe’s Populist Tide

    Can a democratic transition be reversed? The lesson of Central Europe since 2008 is a clear and depressing “yes”. The backsliding ranges from the deliberate and systematic demolition of independent institutions and political pluralism in Hungary, to the aggressive actions of Law and Justice in its first weeks in power in Poland, to...

    Ukraine Truce Shaken as Four Soldiers Die at Weekend
    Jan11

    Ukraine Truce Shaken as Four Soldiers Die at Weekend

    Crimean Tatar and nationalist activists say they may use force to liberate Crimea from Russian rule. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    David Cameron says he will stay on as Prime Minister in event of Brexit vote
    Jan11

    David Cameron says he will stay on as Prime Minister in event of Brexit vote

    David Cameron says he will stay on as Prime Minister in event of Brexit voteSpeaking on the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show yesterday, Prime Minister David Cameron said he would stay on in the job if the EU referendum resulted in a vote to leave. Asked whether he would stay on as Prime Minister if he ended up on the losing side, he said, “The answer...

    The EU – Ukraine Association Agreement: Being Testedby Netherlands
    Jan11

    The EU – Ukraine Association Agreement: Being Testedby Netherlands

    By A. Cherkas, Analyst of Free Voice IAC http://www.1limburg.nl“The best manifestation of solidarity with Ukraine” (according to President P. Poroshenko’s post on Facebook) was demonstrated by the Brussels Parliament on November 20, when Belgium, the last of the EU Member States, ratified the Association Agreement with Ukraine. Now the...

    Natalia Horin: closed economy, rejection of informatization, structural reforms and stable development now mean being ousted to the margins for the country.
    Jan09

    Natalia Horin: closed economy, rejection of informatization, structural reforms and stable development now mean being ousted to the margins for the country.

    Free Voice Information Analysis Centre offers its readers the interview with the Candidate of Economic Sciences, assistant professor at the Department of International Economic Relations at Ivan Franko National University of Lviv Horin Natalia Victorivna about topical progress trends of modern global economic system. When one talks about the...

    Belarusian Foreign, Economic Policies Increasingly Diverge From Russia’s
    Jan09

    Belarusian Foreign, Economic Policies Increasingly Diverge From Russia’s

    Russia and Belarus have some of the closest relations in the post-Soviet space. Both are members of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), and the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU). And together, the two countries make up the Union State. Their political and economic interests are not...

    Rational Security: The “We’re Golden” Edition
    Jan08

    Rational Security: The “We’re Golden” Edition

    Image credit: istockAnalysis and Commentaryvia LawfareThe Rational Security gang starts the year with our 50th episode. Kim Jong-un says North Korea tested a hydrogen bomb. The Russians may have caused a blackout in Ukraine with a cyber attack. …read more Source: Hoover...

    Stand Up for Georgia
    Jan08

    Stand Up for Georgia

    With a new prime minister in former foreign and economics minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili, Georgia has an opportunity to reinvigorate its democracy and economy. But two main challenges lie ahead for him: organizing free and fair parliamentary elections next October while reviving the fortunes of his Georgian Dream coalition, and stimulating the...

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