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    Hybrid warfare comes to Europe
    Sep25

    Hybrid warfare comes to Europe

    The West is pretty good at measuring Russia’s conventional and nuclear military capabilities. But what about other weapons? As is clear from events in Ukraine – and now in the Baltic states and elsewhere – regular military muscle plays only a small part in the Kremlin’s arsenal. Its armed forces’ main job is not actual fighting,...

    Ewa Kopacz – reasonable woman
    Sep25

    Ewa Kopacz – reasonable woman

    Ewa Kopacz, who was sworn in as Poland’s new prime minister on 22 September, said of the challenge ahead of her: “Houses where women are in charge do well.” The 57-year old doctor, previously speaker of the Sejm, Poland’s parliament, is her country’s second female prime minister, after Hanna Suchocka in 1992-93. The foundations...

    Obama sends Russia a cold war blast and seeks distance from war on terror
    Sep25

    Obama sends Russia a cold war blast and seeks distance from war on terror

    Analysis: presidents speech at UN general assembly aims to strike delicate balance and rally world to tackle Isis extremismBarack Obama sought to strike a delicate balance at the UN general assembly on Wednesday. He had come to New York to rally the world for a new struggle against Islamic extremism but at the same time he had to reassure his...

    Barack Obama’s UN speech: ‘world at crossroads between war and peace’ – video
    Sep24

    Barack Obama’s UN speech: ‘world at crossroads between war and peace’ – video

    US president Barack Obama addresses the United Nations on Wednesday, calling for action on Islamic State militants, Russian aggression in Ukraine and the outbreak of Ebola. Speaking at the UN General Assembly, Obama says despite global advances in technology, medicine and human rights, there is still a ‘pervasive unease in our world’...

    [Ticker] Gaddafi cousin to be removed from EU sanctions list, court rules
    Sep24

    [Ticker] Gaddafi cousin to be removed from EU sanctions list, court rules

    Qadhaf Al Dam, the cousin of the late Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, must be removed from the EU’s list of people subject to sanctions, the European Court of Justice ruled on Wednesday. Al Dam had his EU-based bank accounts frozen and has been banned from entering the bloc since 2011. …read more Source:...

    Japan increases sanctions on Russia
    Sep24

    Japan increases sanctions on Russia

    Japan imposes additional sanctions on Russia for its involvement in the Ukraine crisis as tension rises over their own territorial dispute. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine: Mass grave discovered near Donetsk
    Sep24

    Ukraine: Mass grave discovered near Donetsk

    Russia’s Investigative Committee plans to launch an inquiry into the discovered mass burial of civilians near Donetsk as part of the criminal …read more Source:...

    Nato sees Russia pullback in Ukraine
    Sep24

    Nato sees Russia pullback in Ukraine

    Nato says it has observed a “significant” withdrawal of Russian troops from eastern Ukraine, but adds that some forces still remain there. …read more Source:...

    NATO sees significant pullback of Russian troops from Ukraine
    Sep24

    NATO sees significant pullback of Russian troops from Ukraine

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – NATO has observed a significant withdrawal of Russian forces from inside Ukraine, but many Russian troops remain stationed near the border, an alliance military spokesman said on Wednesday. …read more Source:...

    Japan imposes new sanctions against Russia
    Sep24

    Japan imposes new sanctions against Russia

    The government of Japan has expanded its sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine developments, Japanese officials said on Wednesday, ITAR-TASS reports. The …read more Source:...

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