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    Senate Confirms Eric Rubin as New US Ambassador to Bulgaria
    Dec10

    Senate Confirms Eric Rubin as New US Ambassador to Bulgaria

    The Senate confirmed on Wednesdy Eric Seth Rubin as the new US ambassador to Bulgaria. This was announced by the US embassy in Sofia in its Facebook profile. The hearing of the nominee before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee was held on December 2., with US President Barack Obama having appointed Rubin in September.Rubin is a career member...

    Ukraine says breaks up armed insurgent group in Kiev, two killed
    Dec10

    Ukraine says breaks up armed insurgent group in Kiev, two killed

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine’s security service said on Thursday it had broken up an armed insurgent group that operated out of Kiev and other major Ukrainian cities and that two people had been killed during the operation. …read more Source:...

    [Investigation] The Donbass Paradox
    Dec10

    [Investigation] The Donbass Paradox

    Over half of major enterprises in Ukraine separatist zone of Donetsk and Luhansk “closed or seized”. …read more Source:...

    Twelve things you need to know about Brexit
    Dec10

    Twelve things you need to know about Brexit

    © illustrations by Tom Saffill The referendum on whether the UK will leave the European Union is likely to turn, in the end, on whether its interest in free trade with the continent will outweigh public hostility to unimpeded immigration from there. It may be a close call. Britain’s political elite has long prided itself on its embrace of...

    Ukraine’s Unfinished Plant Drains Romania’s Cash
    Dec10

    Ukraine’s Unfinished Plant Drains Romania’s Cash

    Romania is continuing to spend money on a unfinished steel plant in Ukraine, where work started decades ago and but shows no sign of being completed. …read more Source: Balkan...

    UN: Militants, ammunition and arms continue to enter Ukraine from Russia
    Dec10

    UN: Militants, ammunition and arms continue to enter Ukraine from Russia

    Weaponry and militants – including in some cases retired or former servicemen of the Russian Federation – continue to flow into rebel-seized areas of eastern Ukraine from Russia, a United Nations report stated on December 9. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    [Opinion] Russia, IS: EU values under attack
    Dec10

    [Opinion] Russia, IS: EU values under attack

    If the EU doesn’t support the Ukrainian people in their fight for freedom it not only betrays their belief in us, but the very values the EU is meant to uphold. …read more Source:...

    The big ideas of 2016: growth of the Anglosphere/decline of the Brics
    Dec10

    The big ideas of 2016: growth of the Anglosphere/decline of the Brics

    Read the rest of Prospect‘s big ideas of 2016 here. Prepare for a return of the old economic order. In the coming year, growth in Britain and the United States will be steady, unemployment will decline, interest rates will rise and there may even be a pinch of inflation. And while the “Anglo-Saxon” model delivers this welcome result, the...

    Diplomat Magazine: Three Women from E. Europe in Race for UN’s Top Job
    Dec09

    Diplomat Magazine: Three Women from E. Europe in Race for UN’s Top Job

    For the first time since the creation of the United Nations 70 years ago, female candidates are being mentioned among the likely successors of Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, Venetia van Kuffeler writes in an article in the December-January issue of London-based Diplomat magazine. Bulgarian-born Irina Bokova and Kristalina Georgieva as well as...

    Russia threatens to sue Ukraine
    Dec09

    Russia threatens to sue Ukraine

    Legal battle over repayment of $3bn in debt …read more Source: Financial...

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