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    German foreign minister as bridge-builder | Frankfurter Rundschau – Germany
    Nov27

    German foreign minister as bridge-builder | Frankfurter Rundschau – Germany

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    West struggles with Russia’s ‘ambiguous warfare’ tactics
    Nov27

    West struggles with Russia’s ‘ambiguous warfare’ tactics

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – When Russians crossed the border to fight with rebels in eastern Ukraine earlier this year, Moscow said the soldiers had not been deployed but had gone on their own vacation time. …read more Source:...

    Single-sky proposal back on the agenda
    Nov27

    Single-sky proposal back on the agenda

    Transport ministers from the EU’s member states will return to discussions on the Single European Sky (SES), a proposal to unite Europe’s national airspaces, at a meeting in Brussels on Wednesday (3 December). The discussion will have the limited aim of further developing the initiative, which the European Commission hopes will...

    Russia’s war of nerves
    Nov27

    Russia’s war of nerves

    Ideal adversaries use the tactics we expect, as part of a strategy we understand, and work on a timescale that gives us plenty of time to react. The regime of Vladimir Putin is not stupid and it does none of those things. For a start, it has different priorities to us: it is prepared to accept economic pain, take risks and lie expertly and...

    Shale Oil Threatens the High Prices Enjoyed by OPEC
    Nov26

    Shale Oil Threatens the High Prices Enjoyed by OPEC

    Ranking of recoverable shale oil and gas reserves, which have revolutionised the global map of fossil fuels. Credit: ProfesionalMovilBy Humberto MárquezCARACAS, Nov 26 2014 (IPS)Shale fever and the political chess among major oil producers and consumers have put OPEC in one of the most difficult junctures in its 54 years of history.“OPEC was...

    “Ukraine supports Siberian people in their struggle for independence”
    Nov26

    “Ukraine supports Siberian people in their struggle for independence”

    KIEV – Semen Semenchenko, former commander of the destroyed Ukrainian battalion “Donbas”, said that “Ukraine will support the Siberian people in their …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s neutrality doomed due to Russia | Respekt – Czech Republic
    Nov26

    Ukraine’s neutrality doomed due to Russia | Respekt – Czech Republic

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    Slovenian Prime Minister asks Serbia to join EU in sanctions against Russia
    Nov26

    Slovenian Prime Minister asks Serbia to join EU in sanctions against Russia

    Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar called on Serbia to join the European Union and aligning its foreign policy toward Russia, by introducing sanctions over the Ukraine crisis. Asked by Austrian Presse newspaper if he believes that Serbia should join US and EU led sanctions against Russia, Cerar said that this decision is Belgrade’s to...

    Ukraine’s solvency under renewed threat
    Nov26

    Ukraine’s solvency under renewed threat

    Government borrowing costs hit record high …read more Source: Financial...

    Guardian’s Luke Harding wins prestigious James Cameron prize
    Nov26

    Guardian’s Luke Harding wins prestigious James Cameron prize

    Ex-Moscow bureau chief recognised for his work on WikiLeaks, Ukraine and Russia, as well as the Snowden revelationsThe Guardian foreign correspondent Luke Harding has won the prestigious James Cameron prize for 2014 for his work on Russia, Ukraine, Edward Snowden and WikiLeaks.The honour is given in memory of the celebrated foreign correspondent...

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