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    What makes a cyberattack? Experts lobby to restrict the term
    Mar28

    What makes a cyberattack? Experts lobby to restrict the term

    LONDON (AP) ” When U.S. senator John McCain told Ukrainian television that the allegedly Russian-backed breach of the Democratic National Committee’s server was “an act of war,” Michael Schmitt cringed.Schmitt, a professor of law… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    What makes a cyberattack? Experts lobby to restrict the term
    Mar28

    What makes a cyberattack? Experts lobby to restrict the term

    LONDON (AP) — When U.S. senator John McCain told Ukrainian television that the allegedly Russian-backed breach of the Democratic National… …read more Source:...

    Rust Belt despair translated into support for Trump — and Putin
    Mar28

    Rust Belt despair translated into support for Trump — and Putin

    The mysterious warmth between Donald Trump and Russian strongman Vladimir Putin was one of the odder elements of the 2016 presidential race. But Trump’s affection for the former KGB officer — not generally a figure of great appeal to Americans — also spread to his supporters. In late 2016, approval of Putin was up sharply among Trump...

    Rex Tillerson: New NATO-Russia talks on eve of US Secretary’s visit
    Mar28

    Rex Tillerson: New NATO-Russia talks on eve of US Secretary’s visit

    The ambassadors will discuss the crisis in Ukraine as well as Afghanistan's security, and terrorism in the region. NATO ambassadors will meet the Russian envoy on Thursday in a new bid to ease tensions on the eve of the alliance’s first talks with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.The ambassadors will discuss the crisis in Ukraine as...

    What a murdered former Russian lawmaker said in one of his final interviews
    Mar28

    What a murdered former Russian lawmaker said in one of his final interviews

    KIEV — On Thursday, Denis Voronenkov, a former Russian lawmaker facing corruption charges in Moscow who fled to Ukraine and became a critic of President Vladimir Putin, was shot twice in the head and killed outside a posh hotel here in the country’s capital. Less than 72 hours earlier, he had given one of his final […] …read more...

    Exiled Crimean Tatars Keep Traditions Alive In Kyiv
    Mar28

    Exiled Crimean Tatars Keep Traditions Alive In Kyiv

    It’s estimated 10,000 Crimean Tatars have left the Ukrainian peninsula since Russia annexed it. Many moved to Kyiv — where are determined to preserve their national identity (Current Time TV). …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russia’s Arctic Militarization: A Reality Check
    Mar28

    Russia’s Arctic Militarization: A Reality Check

    Russia is not looking to carve up the circumpolar North and the region is not in the midst of an arms race, write Adam Lajeunesse and P. Whitney Lackenbauer.In a speech to the FSB (the successor to the old KGB) in February, Russian president Vladimir Putin called for further reinforcement of the Arctic border. Capping a week of press reporting on...

    VictoriaBrides Now Helps Users to Organize Real Dates
    Mar28

    VictoriaBrides Now Helps Users to Organize Real Dates

    Recently, dating platform Victoria Brides has launched a new offline service that helps users to go on a real date with their Ukrainian, Moldavian, Latvian, Georgian, and Russian brides. The service is fee-paying and called “Request Meeting”. Victoria Brides premium dating site, aimed to help men and women from every corner of the...

    ‘A harsh but just ruler’: what do Russians think about Putin? | Eva Hartog and others
    Mar28

    ‘A harsh but just ruler’: what do Russians think about Putin? | Eva Hartog and others

    One hundred years on from the revolution, six Russians give their views on Vladimir Putin and their country’s place in the world todayThis year marks the centenary of the popular uprising that led to the fall of the Romanov dynasty and the establishment of a Bolshevik regime, under the slogan: “Peace, Bread and Land” One hundred years on,...

    EU’s top court says Russia sanctions are valid
    Mar28

    EU’s top court says Russia sanctions are valid

    Court backs ‘restrictive measures’ taken by EU states over Moscow’s role in Ukraine crisis …read more Source: Anadolu...