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    Ilves: Russia’s activities in Syria challenge Europe
    Oct02

    Ilves: Russia’s activities in Syria challenge Europe

    Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves, who is on a working visit to the United States, said in Washington that Russia’s interference in the civil war in Syria has forced European countries to face complicated foreign policy choices, considering that the currents actions are against the backdrop of Russian aggression in East Ukraine and...

    POLITICO Playbook Plus: VW bugged — Schulz succession — Farage flushed
    Oct02

    POLITICO Playbook Plus: VW bugged — Schulz succession — Farage flushed

    Right, what the reunification show will look like… if it works. NEIN DANKE: The German government breathed a collective sigh of relief that it failed in its attempts to get Volkswagen to sponsor a Brussels event commemorating the 25th Anniversary of the German Reunification. The country’s permanent representative to the EU, Reinhard...

    OSCE says spots deadly Russian rocket system in Ukraine for first time
    Oct02

    OSCE says spots deadly Russian rocket system in Ukraine for first time

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – International monitors say they have spotted a new kind of Russian weapons system in rebel-held Ukraine this week, possible evidence of Moscow’s continued interest in Ukraine even as it focuses on Syria. …read more Source:...

    US ‘Using Bulgaria’ to Supply Arms to Ukraine
    Oct02

    US ‘Using Bulgaria’ to Supply Arms to Ukraine

    The United States is delivering arms to Ukraine via Bulgaria, an article on RIA Novosti reads.Bulgaria is also “producing ammunition for the Ukrainian army” with US money, and Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic are ready to take part in similar schemes, the text argues further.Washington is doing so “despite official...

    [Ticker] Russian stooge cheats EU blacklist in Poland
    Oct02

    [Ticker] Russian stooge cheats EU blacklist in Poland

    Dmitri Polonski, a vice-premier in Russia-annexed Crimea in Ukraine, this week entered Poland for a meeting of the OSCE peace-monitoring body, despite being on an EU travel ban list. Polish media say he sneaked through customs by using a Russian passport with a slightly different spelling of his name. …read more Source:...

    The Morel Plan: Will Kyiv swallow the bitter pill?
    Oct02

    The Morel Plan: Will Kyiv swallow the bitter pill?

    Pierre Morel presents a compromise that could help the West and Russia come to a peaceful solution of the Donbass conflict. However, the plan is not welcome in Kyiv. However, the plan is not being well received in Kyiv. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    UK newspapers rage against Putin – but offer no coherent solutions
    Oct02

    UK newspapers rage against Putin – but offer no coherent solutions

    Editorials on Russia’s Syrian intervention also attack Obama and Cameron Vladimir Putin’s intervention in Syria is widely viewed as a way of bolstering the position of Bashar al-Assad rather than a commitment to defeating Isis. That reality complicates matters for David Cameron, who was hoping to secure a Commons vote in favour of the...

    EU-mediated talks on Ukraine: Towards a Minsk 3?
    Oct02

    EU-mediated talks on Ukraine: Towards a Minsk 3?

    France and Germany will, in Paris Friday, try to broker lasting peace between Russia and Ukraine in what could amount to a new-model “Minsk” deal. …read more Source:...

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Friday 2 Oct 2015
    Oct02

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Friday 2 Oct 2015

    Hollande and Putin to discuss Syria air strikes The French and Russian presidents are meeting in Paris today and will discuss Russian air strikes on Syria. The meeting was called to debate the Ukraine crisis but is likely to be overshadowed by Syria after the US claimed that Russia was carrying out “indiscriminate” bombing there. Russia says it...

    What is Putin really up to in Syria?
    Oct02

    What is Putin really up to in Syria?

    Vladimir Putin kicked this week off with a speech at the United Nations calling the West’s refusal to back SyrianPresident Bashar al-Assad an “enormous mistake.” Days later, when Russian bombs began to drop on targets within Syria, many analysts warned that Putin was making a sizable mistake himself by inserting Russia into the middle of...

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