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    Hardening Of Positions Undercuts Ukraine Peace Accord
    Jun05

    Hardening Of Positions Undercuts Ukraine Peace Accord

    June 5, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Ukraine’s Most Hopeful City: Lviv
    Jun05

    Ukraine’s Most Hopeful City: Lviv

    June 5, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Russian IS Recruit Stopped in Turkey, Chechnya Rights Group Attacked
    Jun05

    Russian IS Recruit Stopped in Turkey, Chechnya Rights Group Attacked

    Plus, Canada’s leader says Putin’s Russia should stay out of G-7 and Bosnia embraces the pope’s visit. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Overcoming the Ukraine Crisis
    Jun05

    Overcoming the Ukraine Crisis

    Memories of the twentieth century’s great conflicts, from 1930s pacifism to Cold War antagonism, are stirring again, motivating both Russia and the West in one of the gravest threats to global order and European stability in the past 25 years. Indeed, the ongoing crisis in Ukraine involves nuclear-armed powers whose collective military...

    The G7 Needs to Commit to Supporting Ukraine
    Jun05

    The G7 Needs to Commit to Supporting Ukraine

    BERLIN—When G7 leaders meet for their annual summit in Germany this weekend, for a second year without Russia, President Vladimir Putin’s aggression against Ukraine will rank high on their agenda. Though questions of war and peace may seem misplaced in what is, essentially, an economic policy forum, the escalation in Eastern Europe, and the...

    The Kremlin has not completely given up the Novorosiya project
    Jun05

    The Kremlin has not completely given up the Novorosiya project

    Director of Military Programmes of the Razumkov Centre Mykola Sunhurovskyi thinks that Putin’s Novorosiya project is not closed, informs the website Hlavkom. “I would hardly say that the Novorosiya project will be closed. It is for a fact that it failed as a blitzkrieg They counted on quick seizure i.e. the separation of these six oblasts...

    Vast majority of UK public undecided on EU referendum vote – reform essential for swing vote
    Jun05

    Vast majority of UK public undecided on EU referendum vote – reform essential for swing vote

    Vast majority of UK public undecided on EU referendum vote – reform essential for swing voteA Survation poll for the think-tank British Future has found that more than 70% of voters have not definitively made up their minds how to vote in the EU referendum and are waiting to see the deal struck by David Cameron. Just 16% say they are “definitely...

    Merkel on G7: ‘Summit is more than crisis diplomacy’
    Jun05

    Merkel on G7: ‘Summit is more than crisis diplomacy’

    The heads of state and government of the seven leading industrial countries will gather in Germany on June 7 and June 8 to discuss the most pressing global challenges. The Group of Seven countries are linked not only by prosperity and economic strength, but also by their shared values: freedom, democracy and human rights. Anyone doubting that...

    Kommentar: “Der Gipfel globaler Verantwortung(slosigkeit): Ein Plädoyer für Nachhaltigkeit anstelle militärischer Aufrüstung”
    Jun05

    Kommentar: “Der Gipfel globaler Verantwortung(slosigkeit): Ein Plädoyer für Nachhaltigkeit anstelle militärischer Aufrüstung”

    Die G7 ist sicherlich kein Hort der partizipativen Gestaltung der Welt, sondern vielmehr der elitäre Zusammenschluss sieben gleichgesinnter westlicher Industriestaaten. Mit dem bewussten Ausschluss Russlands sowie dem Fernhalten aufstrebender Mächte wie China, Indien, Brasilien oder der Türkei kontrastiert das Zusammentreffen eine sich immer...

    Turkish Stream’s Implications for EU Gas Infrastructure Development
    Jun05

    Turkish Stream’s Implications for EU Gas Infrastructure Development

    Since South Stream’s termination in early December 2014, governments in Central and Southeast Europe (CSEE) have championed a litany of pan-regional pipeline proposals to carry gas from Russia’s planned delivery point in Ipsala, Turkey via the Balkans to Baumgarten, Austria, while meeting local consumption along the way. The...

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