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    Digital Diplomacy links: Fighting ISIS online, G20 social media, Indian emojis and more
    Nov26

    Digital Diplomacy links: Fighting ISIS online, G20 social media, Indian emojis and more

    Once a month The Interpreter publishes Digital Diplomacy links. As Australian digital diplomacy strives to catch-up to the rest of the world, these links highlight the most creative and effective ways in which countries are leveraging the internet for foreign policy gain. A brief history of online trolling between Western and Russian diplomats. A...

    Turkey Downs a Russian Jet: RUSI Responds
    Nov26

    Turkey Downs a Russian Jet: RUSI Responds

    RUSI experts offered their responses to the downing of a Russian jet by the Turkish military on 24 November 2015.The Pot Boils OverMichael Stephens, Research Fellow for Middle East Studies at RUSI, argues the shooting will have serious consequences for Russo-Turkish relations, relations between NATO and Russia, and the ongoing conflict in...

    The next war will be an information war, and we’re not ready for it
    Nov26

    The next war will be an information war, and we’re not ready for it

    Aaron AnsarovIn the 21st century the familiar form of warfare in which physical damage is meted out against the opponent’s military forces and infrastructure has become only one form of attack. Instead, states are increasingly launching non-lethal attacks against an enemy’s information systems – this is the rise of information...

    Russian Pilot: Turkish Jets Fired Without Warning
    Nov26

    Russian Pilot: Turkish Jets Fired Without Warning

    Russia slaps restrictions on agricultural imports in first concrete action against Ankara. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Crimea is left without power
    Nov26

    Crimea is left without power

    Electricity supplies from mainland Ukraine to Crimea were completely severed overnight on 21 and 22 November. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

    Ukrainian power plants have at least 2.3 million tons of coal in storage
    Nov26

    Ukrainian power plants have at least 2.3 million tons of coal in storage

    The deliberate blackout, caused on Nov. 21 when saboteurs destroyed pylons carrying electricity from the mainland Ukraine to the Crimea, has left more than half of peninsula’s two million people without power, the Kyiv Post writes. Viktor Logatsky, an energy expert from the Razumkov Centrе, voiced the concern that Russia might order the...

    Warsaw Repatriates Ethnic Poles From Eastern Ukraine
    Nov26

    Warsaw Repatriates Ethnic Poles From Eastern Ukraine

    Another 188 people have arrived in Poland from the war-torn Donetsk region. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Russia, Turkey and the US: Between the Terrible and the Catastrophic
    Nov26

    Russia, Turkey and the US: Between the Terrible and the Catastrophic

    The downing of Russia’s plane by Turkish military forces over the skies of the Syrian-Turkish border has added yet another layer of complexity to the vortex of conflict in the Middle East. Most of the prior concern had focused on the prospect of the US clashing with Russia over the skies of Syria. But an October agreement between the two...

    Turkey’s downing of Russian plane: Russia was warned but Turkey may have over-reacted
    Nov26

    Turkey’s downing of Russian plane: Russia was warned but Turkey may have over-reacted

    The downing of a Russian Sukhoi Su-24 is awkward timing. Signs of a rapprochement in tensions between the West and Russia looked like genuine cooperation was underway in Syria. Russia had stepped up hits directed at ISIS and related infrastructure, and Russian President Vladimir Putin had ordered the Russian navy to treat France like an...

    Russia, Turkey and the US: between the terrible and the catastrophic
    Nov26

    Russia, Turkey and the US: between the terrible and the catastrophic

    The Turkish Embassy in Moscow under siege. Sergei Karpukhin/ReutersThe downing of Russia’s plane by Turkish military forces over the skies of the Syrian-Turkish border has added yet another layer of complexity to the vortex of conflict in the Middle East. Most of the prior concern had focused on the prospect of the US clashing with Russia...

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