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    Fighting In Ukraine Eases, But Abuses Continue On Both Sides, U.N. Says
    Jun02

    Fighting In Ukraine Eases, But Abuses Continue On Both Sides, U.N. Says

    June 2, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Saakashvili Named Governor of Odessa, Tajik Top Cop Defects to IS
    Jun02

    Saakashvili Named Governor of Odessa, Tajik Top Cop Defects to IS

    Plus, Russian TV revises history of 1968 Warsaw Pact invasion, and scientists are helpless against mass die-off of Central Asia’s endangered antelopes. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Europe’s Seven Deadly Sins
    Jun02

    Europe’s Seven Deadly Sins

    Or, seven reasons why Europe gets the Russia-Ukraine crisis wrong. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Time for real IMF reform
    Jun02

    Time for real IMF reform

    Editor’s note: The following article appears in a June 2, 2015 briefing from the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum. Over the past five years, the US Congress has been repeatedly browbeaten by the Obama administration as well as by a chorus of international leaders for its opposition to IMF reform proposals agreed by the G20...

    Misha Takes Over Odessa
    Jun02

    Misha Takes Over Odessa

    The sensational appointment of Mikheil Saakashvili to run Odessa will shake up both Ukraine and Georgia. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    The Transatlantic Division of Labor: A Washington Perspective
    Jun02

    The Transatlantic Division of Labor: A Washington Perspective

    Over six years ago, U.S. President Barack Obama came into office with a firm conviction that the United States needed to revitalize its alliances and renew its core security relationships around the world. That is why one of the most important tenets of his foreign policy has been to build strong partners. The Obama administration’s 2015...

    The Odesa Gambit
    Jun01

    The Odesa Gambit

    Mikheil Saakashvili has a varied resume: former President of Georgia, Justice Minister, parliamentarian, senior statesman, and Ukrainian presidential adviser. On May 30, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko added another line to his CV. He named Saakaskvili regional Governor of Odesa, a vulnerable and strategic port city on the Black Sea. Despite...

    Putin or Bust: Relations of Russian Cossacks With the Kremlin
    Jun01

    Putin or Bust: Relations of Russian Cossacks With the Kremlin

    Cossacks in St. Peterbsurg recently unveiled a bust of President Vladimir Putin in the guise of a Roman emperor (Gazeta.ru, May 17). The bust, made from synthetic materials, was originally designed to be two and half times larger and made from bronze. It features a Nero-like Putin in a toga but without the ceremonial garland. According to the...

    Circassian Activists in Russia Become a Serious Force
    Jun01

    Circassian Activists in Russia Become a Serious Force

    The Russian government moved against Circassian activists in late May 2015, coinciding with events marking the 151st anniversary of the end of the Russian-Circassian war. The authorities targeted two well-known leaders of the Circassian movement, Ruslan Kesh and Adnan Khuade. On May 23, police in Maikop, Adygea, briefly detained Kesh, who had...

    Weakening Russia Curtails Population’s Access to Publicly Available Information
    Jun01

    Weakening Russia Curtails Population’s Access to Publicly Available Information

    Russia’s deteriorating economic situation is exacerbating the various social problems in the country, and the authorities are apparently finding no other way to deal with such issues but to shut down all outlets for public debate. Last week (May 28), President Vladimir Putin expanded the definition of information constituting state secrets...

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