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    Ukraine’s New Foreign-Born Ministers Vow to Accelerate Economic Reforms
    Dec04

    Ukraine’s New Foreign-Born Ministers Vow to Accelerate Economic Reforms

    US- and Lithuanian-Born Officials Will Be Independent, Competent—and New to Governing in Kyiv The race is on. With Ukraine’s finances running thin and the country needing a bigger bailout from its western allies, the country’s new cabinet took office this week pledging to floor the accelerator on the spending cuts and reforms needed...

    Ukraine’s New Foreign-Born Ministers Vow to Accelerate Economic Reforms
    Dec04

    Ukraine’s New Foreign-Born Ministers Vow to Accelerate Economic Reforms

    US- and Lithuanian-Born Officials Will Be Independent, Competent—and New to Governing in Kyiv The race is on. With Ukraine’s finances running thin and the country needing a bigger bailout from its western allies, the country’s new cabinet took office this week pledging to floor the accelerator on the spending cuts and reforms needed...

    Clinton’s stock declining in futures market
    Dec04

    Clinton’s stock declining in futures market

    Is the market in Hillary Clinton futures collapsing? Quite possibly so.A year ago Clinton seemed likely to become the next president. Presumably she and her husband had not yet started to call themselves, Bush style, 42 and 45. But she had an overwhelming lead in the polls for the Democratic nomination and was getting 50 percent or more in most...

    Putin Promises Economic Reforms, Coal Shortage Threatens to Chill Ukraine
    Dec04

    Putin Promises Economic Reforms, Coal Shortage Threatens to Chill Ukraine

    Plus, Lukashenka lashes out at a Russian food ban and South Caucasus rivals wage a proxy war over the region’s favorite bread. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Happy holidays from the Saudis and shale oil
    Dec04

    Happy holidays from the Saudis and shale oil

    While Americans were enjoying their thanksgiving feast this year, they received an extra blessing from two sources: the shale (cheaper) oil revolution and Saudi Arabia. Due to pressure from a surge of shale oil supply coupled with weaker global demand for energy, oil prices had, by the week before Thanksgiving, dropped about 30 percent from $110...

    Another negotiation in Donbas proves that Russia is a party to the conflict
    Dec04

    Another negotiation in Donbas proves that Russia is a party to the conflict

    Ukrainian military officers and militants of the LPR group agreed on a ceasefire, starting on 5 December, according to the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine, informs the news agency Radio Liberty. On Radio Liberty, Co-director of Foreign Relations and International Security Programmes of the Razumkov Centre Oleksiy Melnyk referred to the...

    Ukraine: The crisis, the people and a global conflict
    Dec03

    Ukraine: The crisis, the people and a global conflict

    The disputes in and around Ukraine can be found in the daily headlines. The conflict’s effects can also be felt in Germany. But it is difficult to get a clear picture of where exactly the interests of the different parties lie. The political context is one side of the medal; the question about the situation of the people in Ukraine is the...

    Moldovan Parliamentary Elections: What Happened?
    Dec03

    Moldovan Parliamentary Elections: What Happened?

    With most of the votes counted from the November 30 parliamentary elections, pro-EU parties hold a narrow lead, but it remains unclear what government they will be able to form. With conflict in neighboring Ukraine, close scrutiny from Russia, and EU soul-searching, what is now in store for Moldova’s EU ambitions? Oana Serafim, the director...

    Ukraine Picks Foreign Economic Chiefs, Balkans Dissect Cancelled South Stream Project
    Dec03

    Ukraine Picks Foreign Economic Chiefs, Balkans Dissect Cancelled South Stream Project

    Plus, Mongolia relaunches a big coal mining tender, and a report claims Russia could start filtering the Internet at levels never before seen. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The Battle for the Siberian Harvest
    Dec03

    The Battle for the Siberian Harvest

    The region’s farmers are called heroes for weathering terrible conditions but likely feel more like martyrs. From openDemocracy. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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