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    Resolutions 2015: Foreign and defense policy
    Dec31

    Resolutions 2015: Foreign and defense policy

    For a sneak peek at the entire Resolutions 2015 blog series, download AEI Essentials to your mobile device.With the rise of the Islamic State in Iraq and al Sham, a North Korean cyberattack, President Barack Obama’s diplomatic opening with Cuba, and Russia’s seizure of Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula as its newest territory, the...

    2014: A Year in Review
    Dec30

    2014: A Year in Review

    2014 was full of dramatic developments and unexpected turn of events. Some of them, such as the annexation of Crimea and Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine, were hard to predict. Others, like Western sanctions, Russia’s expulsion from the G8, and the economic recession, had been ripening for a long time. Here, IMR recounts this...

    Rapprochement With Russia?
    Dec30

    Rapprochement With Russia?

    The ruble’s fragility presents an opportunity for American and European diplomats to offer Putin a deal that de-escalates the war in Ukraine, provides Russia sanctions relief, and revitalizes Moscow’s economic ties with the West. …read more Source:...

    Betting on Ukraine
    Dec30

    Betting on Ukraine

    One might have expected the heroic commitment of Ukrainians to Europe’s democratic ideals to trigger a rush of Western support for the country as it simultaneously battles Russian aggression and economic collapse. But, so far, passivity and platitudes have prevailed. …read more Source: Project...

    For 2015, Six Critical Themes for Meeting Russia’s Threat to Europe
    Dec30

    For 2015, Six Critical Themes for Meeting Russia’s Threat to Europe

    A Crisis Index by Atlantic Council’s UkraineAlert Throughout Russia’s assault this year on Ukraine, one of Europe’s most dangerous wars since the close of World War II, the Atlantic Council has analyzed the conflict for ways to sustain Europe’s stability and the right of 43 million Ukrainians to the independent, democratic...

    A Crisis Indexed: Six Critical Themes on Europe’s Biggest Security Threat
    Dec30

    A Crisis Indexed: Six Critical Themes on Europe’s Biggest Security Threat

    2014 Coverage of the Russia-Ukraine Conflict from the Atlantic Council’s UkraineAlert With Russia’s assault this year on Ukraine, one of Europe’s most dangerous wars since the close of World War II, the Atlantic Council has worked to report and analyze the conflict. The Council seeks to build policies to help sustain...

    Putin’s Winning Streak
    Dec29

    Putin’s Winning Streak

    Since Russia invaded Crimea last summer, the West has relied on a strategy of economic sanctions and isolation to compel the Kremlin to stop intervening in eastern Ukraine. But Russia’s recent diplomatic successes – particular with Iran, North Korea, and Pakistan – have all but negated the effectiveness of this strategy. …read more...

    Advice on ‘advice and consent’
    Dec29

    Advice on ‘advice and consent’

    Editor’s note: This article appears in National Review’s December 31st print edition. Access the original content here.Despite the Democratic party’s losses in November’s elections, President Obama has audaciously begun ignoring constitutional restraints in order to impose his policy views. This is true not only on...

    Ukraine’s Got Talent: New Anti-Corruption Bureau Includes Big Names
    Dec29

    Ukraine’s Got Talent: New Anti-Corruption Bureau Includes Big Names

    Still, Ukrainians Wait to See Concrete Steps to End a System of Graft Ukraine’s new government is on track to pass a painfully austere budget by the end of the year, according to the Atlantic Council’s Kyiv-based senior fellow, Brian Mefford. The other center of attention is the government’s establishment of a National...

    NATO Does Not Want Ukraine to Apply for Membership
    Dec29

    NATO Does Not Want Ukraine to Apply for Membership

    Now that Ukraine has voted to drop its non-aligned status, we are hearing an official story from Russia that “NATO has pushed Ukraine to do this.” Endlessly repeated, it is exactly opposite to the truth. Moscow’s policies over the last twelve months have changed popular opinion in Ukraine. From 1991 until 2013 every poll...

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