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    Amid Public Dissent, Ukraine Issues Sanctions
    May17

    Amid Public Dissent, Ukraine Issues Sanctions

    On May 15, 2017, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko signed an order to impose new sanctions on Russia for the next three years. Ukraine will block Russian social media, TV channels, airlines, banks, and defense companies. The list specifies 1,228 individuals and 468 legal entities. …read more Source: Woodrow Wilson International Center...

    The Role Of The Central Bank In Economic Development
    May17

    The Role Of The Central Bank In Economic Development

    Image credit: istockIn the Newsmentioning John B. Taylorvia National Bank of UkraineThe National Bank of Ukraine, jointly with Narodowy Bank Polski, and supported by the Government of Canada and the Kyiv School of Economics, will hold an annual research conference for the second time. As last year, representatives of central banks, international...

    Ukraine – A Litmus on the Further Ejection of Medieval Practices
    May17

    Ukraine – A Litmus on the Further Ejection of Medieval Practices

    Wiesenthal Center Urges Ukrainian Authorities to Take Action Against General Who Threatened to Murder Jews May 17, 2017 Jerusalem-The Simon Wiesenthal Center has called upon the Ukrainian government to take legal action against retired Security Service General Vasily Vovk in the wake of a recent Facebook post of his in which he wrote that he...

    Putin’s Maginot Line Exposed by North Korea’s Missile Launch
    May17

    Putin’s Maginot Line Exposed by North Korea’s Missile Launch

    Hey mom there’s something in the backroomI hope it’s not the creatures from aboveWhat if people knew that these were realI’d leave my closet door open all nightI know the CIA would sayWhat you hear is all hearsayI wish someone would tell me what was right – Blink-182 “Aliens Exist” …read more Source: Foreign Policy...

    May 17th, 2017
    May17

    May 17th, 2017

    CHINA China’s Silk Road Initiative Sows European Discomfort Mark Magnier and Chun Han Wong, THE WALL STREET JOURNAL China’s bid to mobilize dozens of countries and billions of dollars for its ambitious Silk Road infrastructure plan bumped into European dissent at a high-profile Beijing forum, underscoring difficulties in marshaling...

    Putin, North Korea and what Russia really wants in the region
    May17

    Putin, North Korea and what Russia really wants in the region

    North Korea’s missile test on May 14 sparked condemnation and concern. But one world leader spoke up for Pyongyang, warning the international community to exercise caution and patience – and stop intimidating the state and its ruler. That man was Russian president Vladimir Putin. One might think that Moscow would be extremely concerned...

    Ukraine accuses Russia of attack on president’s website after sanctions decision
    May17

    Ukraine accuses Russia of attack on president’s website after sanctions decision

    Ukraine accused Russia yesterday (16 May) of carrying out an organized cyber-attack on President Petro Poroshenko’s website in response to Kyiv’s decision to impose sanctions against a number of major Russian internet businesses. …read more Source:...

    Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Israel

    On May 25, the Institute of World Policy will hold a public discussion “Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Israel”. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Ukrainian Lawmakers Back Ban On Ribbon Embraced As Patriotic Symbol In Russia
    May17

    Ukrainian Lawmakers Back Ban On Ribbon Embraced As Patriotic Symbol In Russia

    The Ukrainian parliament has approved legislation introducing fines and potential jail time for people who appear in public wearing a black-and-orange ribbon widely viewed a patriotic emblem in Russia, but which many Ukrainians see as a symbol of Russian aggression. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Russia demands increase to 12-year sentence against Crimean Tatar political prisoner
    May17

    Russia demands increase to 12-year sentence against Crimean Tatar political prisoner

    It seems that Russia’s FSB are determined to get the 17-year sentence against Ruslan Zeytullaev they need for their paperwork, however many ‘trials’ are required. Meanwhile the 31-year-old father of three is again on hunger strike in protest at the 12-year sentence and ongoing persecution of Crimean Tatars …read more Source:...

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