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    Imperial Gamble Doesn’t Pay Off: New Book Gets Ukraine’s History Wrong
    Oct23

    Imperial Gamble Doesn’t Pay Off: New Book Gets Ukraine’s History Wrong

    In his new book, Imperial Gamble: Putin, Ukraine and the New Cold War, the renowned American journalist Marvin Kalb touches on an issue outside his traditional area of expertise in domestic politics: the conflict between Russia and Ukraine and its implications for US-Russia relations. …read more Source: Atlantic...

    The migration of Ukrainians in times of crisis
    Oct23

    The migration of Ukrainians in times of crisis

    The year 2015 brought a rapid surge in the number of Ukrainians migrating to the EU, again mainly to Poland. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

    Ukraine’s Testing Local Elections
    Oct23

    Ukraine’s Testing Local Elections

    The October 25 local elections in Ukraine are a major test of the country’s political mood, and the results will affect ongoing reform processes for the foreseeable future. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Assad’s Moscow cameo shows that Russia wants a deal
    Oct23

    Assad’s Moscow cameo shows that Russia wants a deal

    This week, unexpectedly, Syrian President Bashar Assad turned up in Moscow. He hasn’t been seen outside Syria since unrest broke out four years ago. The trip makes two important statements. The first is that, thanks to Russian air strikes, the Syrian state — the actual Syrian state recognised under international law — is breathing again....

    Russia’s Fourth Front: Central Asia
    Oct22

    Russia’s Fourth Front: Central Asia

    Russian leaders have long held a deeply pessimistic view about Afghanistan’s future prospects as well as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO) strategy there (Mil.ru, December 10, 2014). Indeed, late last year, Russian and Central Asian officials raised the possibility of reinforcing Russian army units on the...

    Video: Human Rights Challenges in Europe: The Refugee Crisis and War in Ukraine
    Oct22

    Video: Human Rights Challenges in Europe: The Refugee Crisis and War in Ukraine

    featuring read more …read more Source: Center for Strategic and International...

    A solution to the Ukraine-Russia bond standoff
    Oct22

    A solution to the Ukraine-Russia bond standoff

    Shutterstock.A two-step solution — if enacted — would allow Ukraine and Russia to end a multi-year deadlock and recognize the needs of all involved:Ukraine and Russia are at a stalemate over the US$3 billion bonds due in December 2015 that were purchased by the Russian government in 2013. Russia believes the bonds are an official concessional...

    New Europe’s return to the Dark Ages
    Oct22

    New Europe’s return to the Dark Ages

    The widely expected victory of Jarosław Kaczyński’s Law and Justice Party (PiS) in the upcoming parliamentary elections in Poland Sunday (25 October) will mark the end of an era in the history of Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia – or “New Europe”, to use a term coined by former US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.After...

    Investigation: The Hidden Assets of Moldova’s Gun Shop Bosses
    Oct22

    Investigation: The Hidden Assets of Moldova’s Gun Shop Bosses

    How some top managers are ignoring the law and keeping their businesses and property out of public view. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    A Kumbaya Moment for the Middle East? Hardly.
    Oct22

    A Kumbaya Moment for the Middle East? Hardly.

    Israeli soldier patrols in Hebron Market on Sep 09 2009. About 500 stores were closed by military order in the center of Hebron since the outbreak of the Second Intifada in 2000. (Image: ChameleonsEye / Shutterstock) In his new film Taxi, Iranian director Jafar Panahi is having a conversation with his young niece. They’re sitting in the cab...

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