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    Why we lost the Brexit vote
    Oct20

    Why we lost the Brexit vote

    ONDON — Nearly four months have passed since I joined a small group of aides in former U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron’s cramped Downing Street office to review his resignation speech one final time. Half an hour later, the man who had led Britain for six years, and the Conservative Party for more than ten, stood in front of No. 10...

    EU should do more in Syria, influencers say
    Oct20

    EU should do more in Syria, influencers say

    Policy insiders think Europe should step up efforts to resolve the Syrian conflict but are divided on how best to achieve peace. The POLITICO Transatlantic Caucus polled leading policymakers and influencers, including ambassadors, senior advisers from the Brussels institutions and MEPs, just days before EU leaders arrive in Brussels for...

    Deal to create ‘road map’ for Ukraine peace
    Oct20

    Deal to create ‘road map’ for Ukraine peace

    Merkel, Putin, Hollande and Poroshenko revive stalled plan but key divisions remain …read more Source: Financial...

    Ukraine peace process: leaders agree roadmap to revive talks
    Oct20

    Ukraine peace process: leaders agree roadmap to revive talks

    Germany’s chancellor, Angela Merkel, says talks ‘didn’t achieve miracles’ but that it was important to maintain momentumThe leaders of Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France agreed on Wednesday on a road map aimed at reviving the stalled peace process in eastern Ukraine, though details of the plan still need to be worked...

    Merkel, Hollande: We don’t exclude more Russia sanctions over Syria
    Oct20

    Merkel, Hollande: We don’t exclude more Russia sanctions over Syria

    BERLIN – On the eve of Thursday’s EU summit in Brussels, the leaders of Germany and France said they do not exclude additional sanctions against Russia over Moscow’s military involvement in the Syrian civil war. “What’s happening in Aleppo at the moment is a war crime — a true war crime,” French President François Hollande said...

    Baltics, fearing Russia, to triple military spending by 2018: report
    Oct20

    Baltics, fearing Russia, to triple military spending by 2018: report

    VILNIUS (Reuters) – Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia intend to triple annual spending on arms and military equipment to $670 million by 2018 from 2014 due to fears of Russia following its annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea region, an IHS Markit report said on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    Delo reflects on outlook for Ukraine crisis
    Oct20

    Delo reflects on outlook for Ukraine crisis

    Despite low expectations for the summit of the Normandy Quartet hosted by German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday, Delo writes on Thursday that when talk is of peace there is less time for war. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine: roadmap for Minsk peace process to be drawn up in November
    Oct20

    Ukraine: roadmap for Minsk peace process to be drawn up in November

    BERLIN (Reuters) – Ukraine, Germany, France and Russia have agreed to draw up a roadmap in November on how to implement a Minsk ceasefire agreement for eastern Ukraine, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Thursday after four-way leader talks. …read more Source:...

    The Latest: Ukraine says agreement reached on police mission
    Oct20

    The Latest: Ukraine says agreement reached on police mission

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    FM says Serbia faces pressure to join sanctions on Russia
    Oct19

    FM says Serbia faces pressure to join sanctions on Russia

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