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    Nasirov arrested: a blow against corruption in Ukraine
    Mar09

    Nasirov arrested: a blow against corruption in Ukraine

    Nasirov was accused of the unlawful restructuring of tax arrears from businesses belonging to Oleksandr Onyshchenko. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

    Kyiv: A City of Murals
    Mar09

    Kyiv: A City of Murals

    Will the Ukrainian capital become a new center of street art culture? …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukraine’s Got Less Than a Month to Clean Up Highest Court
    Mar09

    Ukraine’s Got Less Than a Month to Clean Up Highest Court

    Maidan is continuing with efforts to prevent yet another rejuggling of a reform-resistant status quo through the appointment of seriously compromised judges to the Supreme Court …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Czar Nicky’s Lonely Teardrops
    Mar08

    Czar Nicky’s Lonely Teardrops

    Orthodox team finds no evidence of miracle in Russian-occupied Crimea. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Kleptocracy Daily: March 8, 2017
    Mar08

    Kleptocracy Daily: March 8, 2017

    News Spanish authorities allege that Hares Youssef, a Syrian-Ukrainian businessman, linked his friend, exiled Ukrainian oligarch Dmytro Firtash, to an organized crime network involved in money laundering. (Kyiv Post) The U.S. Treasury Department announced a $100 million settlement with Zhongxing Telecommunications Equipment Corporation for...

    Montenegro Awaits Senate Verdict: President Donald Trump Should End NATO Expansion Charade
    Mar08

    Montenegro Awaits Senate Verdict: President Donald Trump Should End NATO Expansion Charade

    Doug Bandow The postage stamp country of Montenegro expected to be rushed into NATO during Washington’s lame duck period before the unpredictable Donald Trump became president. But Senators Rand Paul and Mike Lee, to their credit more concerned about America than wannabe foreign dependents, blocked ratification of the ratification...

    Eight women of the Russian Revolution
    Mar08

    Eight women of the Russian Revolution

    Eight women of the Russian RevolutionThe Russian February Revolution started on Mar. 8, according to New Style, and ironically coincided with International Women’s Day. Russia Direct presents eight female revolutionaries who left their mark in historyThe Russian February Revolution started on Mar. 8, according to New Style, and ironically...

    A Busy Day in Geopolitics
    Mar08

    A Busy Day in Geopolitics

    By Kamran Bokhari There will be many days that are, geopolitically speaking, rather quiet. Yesterday was not one of them. Three separate but highly significant developments occurred involving the four major powers of the globe: the United States, Russia, China and Germany. Given that the three events illustrate a major step forward in our...

    Moldova: The Captured State on Europe’s Edge
    Mar08

    Moldova: The Captured State on Europe’s Edge

    08 March 2017Twenty-five years after independence, Moldova still suffers from corruption and institutional failure. Only the EU can hold the government coalition accountable for reform. Cristina Gherasimov Academy Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme The Moldovan flag in Chisnau. Photo: Getty Images. As far back as 2000, the World Bank had...

    Visegrad governments play into Moscow’s hands
    Mar08

    Visegrad governments play into Moscow’s hands

    The original purpose of the Visegrad initiative was for the four re-emerging Central European democracies to coordinate their pursuit of NATO and EU membership. However, since achieving its primary targets, the V4 has proved unable to coordinate the disparate foreign policies of its members and lacks a clear geopolitical identity. While...

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