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    Watch List: April 27, 2017
    Apr27

    Watch List: April 27, 2017

    The items listed below represent potential emerging issues that our analysts are tracking. These can be long term or short term, but will be updated daily. If an item on our Watch List becomes critical, we will email you a full analysis explaining its significance. Each Saturday, we will follow up our daily Watch List for each week with our...

    Ukrainian Officials Tout Banking Sector Reforms
    Apr27

    Ukrainian Officials Tout Banking Sector Reforms

    When considering the state of Ukraine’s banking reforms, it is important to consider not only what remains to be done, but how much the country has achieved, according to an economic adviser to the Ukrainian government. “The fact that Ukraine is even alive, and surviving, and growing today, is quite amazing given where it was in 2014,”...

    Ukrainian politics: the balance of forces after three years of war
    Apr27

    Ukrainian politics: the balance of forces after three years of war

    The political situation in Ukraine is determined primarily by the ongoing war, and the situation of stalemate at the front is raising the level of public impatience. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

    Turkey’s Erdogan Plays Dictator in Constitutional Fight: Divides Nation as Popularity
    Apr27

    Turkey’s Erdogan Plays Dictator in Constitutional Fight: Divides Nation as Popularity

    Doug Bandow Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan secured near dictatorial powers in the recent constitutional referendum. Yet all is not well for the would-be sultan. He predicted that he’d win 60 percent or more of the vote, but barely broke 51 percent after rigging the ballot, destroying a free press, and criminalizing criticism....

    Brexit and the UK’s Sanctions Policy:  From Leader to Follower
    Apr27

    Brexit and the UK’s Sanctions Policy: From Leader to Follower

    As a member of the EU, the UK has been a strong leader in the design and implementation of sanctions. Brexit will create complexity for policymakers and the private sector and result in a loss of UK influence and effectiveness. Download the article (PDF)In her recent speech announcing an early general election, scheduled for 8 June, Prime...

    Mogherini goes to Moscow but is missing in action in Ukraine
    Apr27

    Mogherini goes to Moscow but is missing in action in Ukraine

    The European Union’s position on Russia is riven with inconsistency and undermined by its preoccupation with appearing even-handed. …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

    News from the IEP (Germany)
    Apr27

    News from the IEP (Germany)

    First results of the IEP fact checking project “TruLies – The Truth about Lies on Europe” on the Topic of “Migration and Asylum” are online http://iep-berlin.de/en/first-results-iep-fact-checking-project-trulies-truth-lies-europe-topic-migration-asylum-online/ The project “TruLies – The Truth about Lies on Europe” of the Institute for European...

    Russia Seeks to Influence European Politics Through Youth Wings of Far-Right and Far-Left Parties
    Apr27

    Russia Seeks to Influence European Politics Through Youth Wings of Far-Right and Far-Left Parties

    Evidence suggests the Kremlin is reaching out to youth organizations, including the youth wings of European parties in order to work on goals such as campaigning to lift EU sanctions against Russia. Other youth groups have been targeted to help boost Russia’s image abroad. While these tactics are reminiscent of Soviet efforts to win the...

    The Trilateral Relationship: How India’s Rise Undermines U.S. Policy Towards Russia
    Apr27

    The Trilateral Relationship: How India’s Rise Undermines U.S. Policy Towards Russia

    As the United States seeks to bolster ties with India, it should keep in mind that it is dealing with a power whose geopolitical outlook is much closer to that of Russia. By Ricky Gandhi April 26, 2017 Photo: Kremlin The rise of India as a global economic and military power has attracted the attention of many countries around the world,...

    Cyber attacks ten years on: from disruption to disinformation
    Apr26

    Cyber attacks ten years on: from disruption to disinformation

    The solider of Tallinin, a bronze statue that triggered the first recognised cyber attack. [email protected]/flickr , CC BY-NCToday is the tenth anniversary of the world’s first major coordinated “cyber attack” on a nation’s internet infrastructure. This little-known event set the scene for the onrush of cyber espionage, fake news and...

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