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    Central Asian Countries React to Latest US Overtures in Security Sphere
    Dec04

    Central Asian Countries React to Latest US Overtures in Security Sphere

    In early November 2015, US Secretary of State John Kerry toured all five former Soviet republics in Central Asia. It was the first such visit by a top United States diplomat to the region, long regarded by Russia as its backyard and “sphere of privileged interest.” Kerry’s regional tour was also marked by the launch of a comprehensive C5+1...

    Kazakhstan Looks to India, Iran for Access to the World’s Oceans
    Dec04

    Kazakhstan Looks to India, Iran for Access to the World’s Oceans

    Since achieving independence in 1991, following the collapse of the Soviet Union, landlocked Kazakhstan has sought to end its geographical isolation by fostering relations with neighboring countries. In recent weeks, Kazakhstan’s national railway company Kazakhstan Temir Zholy (KTZ) and India’s Ministry of Railways signed a memorandum...

    Will NATO-Russia Tensions Rise after Montenegro Invitation?
    Dec04

    Will NATO-Russia Tensions Rise after Montenegro Invitation?

    Montenegro’s membership in NATO would not diminish Russian security, and could instead offer an opening for improving NATO-Russia ties. December 4, 2015 By Sharyl Cross The collective decision of the NATO Alliance on Wednesday to extend an invitation to Montenegro to begin accession talks toward NATO membership represents formal recognition...

    WHO Asks Ukraine To Declare A State Of Emergency Over Polio
    Dec04

    WHO Asks Ukraine To Declare A State Of Emergency Over Polio

    December 4, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Think Before You Rush to War!
    Dec04

    Think Before You Rush to War!

    Concentration of forces is the most basic law of military science. Victory on the battlefield is won by amassing as many troops as possible at the key point of attack, or ‘schwerpunkt,’ as it’s known in German. Unfortunately, the amateur strategists in the White House seem to have been studying social anthropology and women’s...

    The West’s Silver Lining in Turkey-Russia Tensions
    Dec04

    The West’s Silver Lining in Turkey-Russia Tensions

    The fallout from Turkey’s shooting down of a Russian warplane that violated its airspace over Thanksgiving week has continued to reverberate with regional and global implications. Moscow’s reaction has been predictably fast and furious, stopping short of armed retaliation but including almost everything else against Ankara, including...

    Ukrainians consider corruption the biggest threat to national security
    Dec04

    Ukrainians consider corruption the biggest threat to national security

    30% of Ukrainians consider internal threats more dangerous for the independence, sovereignty, and territorial integrity of Ukraine than external ones. Of all the internal threats, corruption ranks first. These are the findings of the study conducted by the Razumkov Centre, informs the news agency Radio Liberty. “On a scale of 0 to 10, among...

    Putin: Allah Punishing Turkish Elite
    Dec04

    Putin: Allah Punishing Turkish Elite

    Russian president says ‘Allah only knows’ why Turkey shot down their fighter jet, but there’ll be hell to pay. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The Five Most Contentious Issues on the Road to Warsaw
    Dec04

    The Five Most Contentious Issues on the Road to Warsaw

    The 2016 NATO Summit in Warsaw will take place in a distressing period with multiple security crises in the European neighborhood as well as risks of political division within the Alliance.[1] Yet, in the midst of an outstanding series of challenges, the transatlantic partnership has also shown its unique resistance and provided reasons for...

    Video: U.S. and Western Policy Towards Russia
    Dec03

    Video: U.S. and Western Policy Towards Russia

    The Russian annexation of Crimea has led to over two years of debate regarding Washington’s strategy towards Moscow. Today, with Ukraine somewhat quieter and seeming progress towards cooperation on Syria, are more cooperative approaches possible? What should be Washington’s goals in engaging with Russia, or responding to it on the...

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