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    Russia’last Yukos Victim Aleksei Pichugin has spent 14 Years Behind Bars without a Fair Trial
    Jul04

    Russia’last Yukos Victim Aleksei Pichugin has spent 14 Years Behind Bars without a Fair Trial

    The fact that former Yukos employee Aleksei Pichugin is serving life imprisonment without lawful grounds has now been shown by two judgments of the European Court of Human Rights. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Police Reform and Human Rights
    Jul03

    Police Reform and Human Rights

    The article is devoted to the reasons for the inhibition of the police reform and the prospects for its continuation. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Russia Begins Cleanup at Secret Arctic Nuclear Site
    Jul03

    Russia Begins Cleanup at Secret Arctic Nuclear Site

    ‘Awful’ site will remain a threat until cleared of 3,000 shiploads of old empty nuclear fuel containers. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    A Careless Tax on Tourists
    Jul03

    A Careless Tax on Tourists

    Economy Starting from 2018, there will be a new tax in Russia, applied experimentally in just four regions: the annexed Crimea, Altai, Krasnodar and Stavropol. This so-called tourist tax is an idea Putin shared last year with the government, which as usual started to implement the head of state’s initiative without checking whether it was...

    Налог на отдых
    Jul03

    Налог на отдых

    Economy С 2018 года в России появится новый налог, взимать который в качестве эксперимента пока будут только в четырех регионах – в аннексированном Крыму, Алтайском крае, Краснодарском крае и Ставропольском крае. Речь идет о так называемом курортном сборе, идею которого Владимир Путин еще в прошлом году подкинул правительству, а то по привычке...

    Bolivian Coca Cultivation and the International Cocaine Trade
    Jul03

    Bolivian Coca Cultivation and the International Cocaine Trade

    Bolivia has increased the national limit for legal coca cultivation from 12,000 to 22,000 hectares. But will increased cultivation fuel the illegal cocaine trade?Download the article (PDF)In March, Bolivian President Evo Morales signed into law a new coca cultivation Bill, which increases the national limit for legal coca cultivation from 12,000...

    July 3rd, 2017
    Jul03

    July 3rd, 2017

    CHINA China Won’t Let Liu Xiaobo, Nobel Laureate, Get Cancer Treatment Abroad Steven Lee Myers, THE NEW YORK TIMES The Chinese authorities have refused permission for Liu Xiaobo, a Nobel Peace laureate paroled from prison for cancer treatment, to go abroad for care, one of his lawyers said on Thursday. The authorities did not explain the...

    NATO Cybersecurity: A Roadmap to Resilience
    Jul03

    NATO Cybersecurity: A Roadmap to Resilience

    Today the digitalization of crisis and conflict is a fact. Hacks, malware, and fake news are increasingly taking the place of planes, bombs, and missiles. Cyberspace empowers adversaries from across the globe to challenge our security with a mouse-click. Worldwide criminal cyber-attacks such as the WannaCry ransomware, the aggressive use of...

    Shining Light on Russia’s Underground Economy
    Jul03

    Shining Light on Russia’s Underground Economy

    New study accords with previous estimates, saying off-the-books income remains stubbornly high. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The Three Seas Initiative will strengthen Europe
    Jul03

    The Three Seas Initiative will strengthen Europe

    In a recent opinion piece, Wojciech Przybylski warned that Donald Trump’s endorsement of the Three Seas Initiative coupled with the subsequent politics of the Polish government may overshadow the Visegrad Group. I really cannot see why something like this should happen and why the countries involved in the initiative would be marginalized...

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