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    Karen Donfried speaks with DW on ‘What’s Next for Europe?’
    Aug31

    Karen Donfried speaks with DW on ‘What’s Next for Europe?’

    German Marshall Fund of the United States President Karen Donfried looks at transatlantic ties in the wake of the Greece and migration crisis and on-going unrest in Ukraine. Watch the video here. Featured image: Source publication: Deutsche WelleResearch and analysis for: Germany’s European, Foreign, and Security PolicyEuropean...

    President Karen Donfried speaks with DW on ‘What’s Next for Europe?’
    Aug31

    President Karen Donfried speaks with DW on ‘What’s Next for Europe?’

    German Marshall Fund of the United States President Karen Donfried looks at transatlantic ties in the wake of the Greece and migration crisis and on-going unrest in Ukraine. Featured image: Source publication: Deutsche WelleLink: Read the full articleResearch and analysis for: Germany’s European, Foreign, and Security PolicyEuropean...

    Ukraine Crisis: Deadly Anti-Autonomy Protest Outside Parliament
    Aug31

    Ukraine Crisis: Deadly Anti-Autonomy Protest Outside Parliament

    August 31, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    How One Kremlin Critic Is Taking On the Censors (and Losing)
    Aug30

    How One Kremlin Critic Is Taking On the Censors (and Losing)

    In Putin’s third term, small websites have been blocked and larger outlets have been pressured into editorial changes. From Global Voices. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Whither Azerbaijan’s Islamists?
    Aug30

    Whither Azerbaijan’s Islamists?

    Secular campaigners and Islamists alike have felt the sting of Baku’s repression of critics. Does the release of a hardline Shia cleric signal a change? From EurasiaNet.org. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Why Georgia’s quest for Euro-Atlantic integration matters more than ever
    Aug28

    Why Georgia’s quest for Euro-Atlantic integration matters more than ever

    Seven years after his invasion of the former Soviet Republic, Russian President Vladimir Putin is busy in Georgia again. Since early summer, Russian-backed security forces have been inching further into the country from the breakaway province of South Ossetia to install signs unilaterally creating a new border with Georgia. As a result of the new...

    Exiled Russian Lawmaker Ilya Ponomarev: Current US Sanctions Won’t Work
    Aug28

    Exiled Russian Lawmaker Ilya Ponomarev: Current US Sanctions Won’t Work

    The United States must expand the scope of its sanctions well beyond Russian President Vladimir Putin’s inner circle if this effort—a response to Russia’s annexation of Crimea and its support for separatists in eastern Ukraine—is to have any real impact, says a Russian lawmaker. “The [US] government machine is doing what it can do,...

    NATO, EU Need Political Will from Europe to Tackle Challenges
    Aug28

    NATO, EU Need Political Will from Europe to Tackle Challenges

    In recent years we have witnessed significant changes in Europe’s eastern and southern neighborhood that have had a profoundly negative impact on our security. The threat from the East, whose nature could be described as traditional or conventional, stems from Russia’s aggressive posture. The illegal annexation of Crimea and the armed...

    Ukraine’s wartime nationalism
    Aug28

    Ukraine’s wartime nationalism

    The revolution and the war in Donbas that followed it have brought about deep changes in the way Ukrainian citizens think about the national community. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

    New polls show wavering support for SYRIZA ahead of new elections
    Aug28

    New polls show wavering support for SYRIZA ahead of new elections

    New polls show wavering support for SYRIZA ahead of new electionsThe Head of the Greek Supreme Court Vassiliki Thanou was yesterday appointed as caretaker Prime Minister, making her Greece’s first female Prime Minister. The caretaker cabinet will be sworn in at noon today with the country then moving to new elections. A new ProRata election...

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