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    New Open Europe briefing: Cost to UK economy of top 100 EU-derived regulations stands at £33.3bn
    Mar16

    New Open Europe briefing: Cost to UK economy of top 100 EU-derived regulations stands at £33.3bn

    New Open Europe briefing: Cost to UK economy of top 100 EU-derived regulations stands at £33.3bnIn the latest instalment of our ongoing Brexit series, Open Europe has today published a new briefing which finds that the annual cost to the UK economy of the 100 most burdensome EU-derived regulations stands at £33.3bn. However, the...

    Who Benefits From Ending Russian-Ukrainian Cooperation in the Space and Defense Sectors?
    Mar16

    Who Benefits From Ending Russian-Ukrainian Cooperation in the Space and Defense Sectors?

    The Russian government’s decision to end cooperation with Ukraine on two space launch programs is likely due to political motivations alone and goes against the economic and technological interests of Russia, Ukraine, and many other countries. This decision is worth reconsidering. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for...

    Why Did Russia Invade Ukraine?
    Mar16

    Why Did Russia Invade Ukraine?

    Stephen M. Walt is apparently trying to clinch his case: that that President Ronald Reagan’s supposedly illegal war in Nicaragua established a precedent, which, some 35 years later, Russia’s Vladimir Putin was simply following by invading Ukraine. Walt’s …read more Source: Gatestone...

    CNN is Beating the Drums of War
    Mar15

    CNN is Beating the Drums of War

    President George W. Bush’s national security advisor, Condi Rice, warned Americans that Saddam Hussein’s (nonexistent) weapons of mass destruction could result in a mushroom cloud going up over an American city. No such threat existed. But today a very real threat exists over all American cities, and the national security advisor does...

    A Green Light for the American Empire
    Mar14

    A Green Light for the American Empire

    The American Empire has been long in the making. A green light was given in 1990 to finalize that goal. Dramatic events occurred that year that allowed the promoters of the American Empire to cheer. It also ushered in the current 25-year war to solidify the power necessary to manage a world empire. Most people in the world now recognize this fact...

    Weekend catch-up: Documentaries in Asia, women’s rights, death penalty in Indonesia, India-US, EU reform and more
    Mar14

    Weekend catch-up: Documentaries in Asia, women’s rights, death penalty in Indonesia, India-US, EU reform and more

    Bringing together the best longer Interpreter articles you were too busy to read this week. Over the last couple weeks, two documentaries, one in India (India’s Daughter) and the other in China (Under the Dome), have stirred debate about climate change, sexual assault and censorship in Asia. But, as Danielle Cave argued this week, the...

    Ukraine in a Leaderless Europe: A Net Assessment (Part One)
    Mar14

    Ukraine in a Leaderless Europe: A Net Assessment (Part One)

    Russia’s war against Ukraine has exposed the deepening cracks in Europe’s understanding of itself as the West’s core, and in its positioning vis-à-vis an openly adverse Russia. Fragmentation processes were ongoing in Europe prior to this war, both above and (with longer-term effects) below the surface of European external...

    Amid Rising Regional Tensions, Turkmenistan Reevaluates Neutrality Policy
    Mar14

    Amid Rising Regional Tensions, Turkmenistan Reevaluates Neutrality Policy

    For the last two decades, Turkmenistan has adhered to a foreign policy of strict neutrality. But the drawdown, in neighboring Afghanistan, of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) mission has coincided with the appearance of Islamic State (IS) militants in that war-torn country. The two factors have combined to compel Turkmenistan to...

    Ukraine in a Leaderless Europe: A Net Assessment (Part Two)
    Mar14

    Ukraine in a Leaderless Europe: A Net Assessment (Part Two)

    *To read Part One, please click here. Most of the “old” Europe—pre-1999 members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the European Union—does not acknowledge the wider implications of Russia’s war in Ukraine (let alone the fact that it is a war). That group treats this war, instead, as an internal conflict localizable in...

    VIDEO: Putin’s Third Term – Interview with Richard Sakwa, University of Kent
    Mar13

    VIDEO: Putin’s Third Term – Interview with Richard Sakwa, University of Kent

    Russia’s turbulent 2014 has prompted numerous questions on the country’s long-term trajectory under the leadership of President Vladimir Putin. Can Russia rebound from its current economic crisis? What, if any, vestiges of cooperation with the West exist for 2015 and beyond? What is the Kremlin’s domestic policy and how is it...

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