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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Legitimate Differences
    Jan04

    Legitimate Differences

    Given the recent near-hysteria over Russia’s alleged hacking of U.S. political email traffic, it is difficult to imagine a U.S.-Russia relationship established upon a peaceful footing—or, to put it another way, a relationship so stable and constructive that it no longer would depend on the vagaries of changing political personalities....

    French Far-Right Presidential Contender Says Crimean Annexation Legitimate
    Jan04

    French Far-Right Presidential Contender Says Crimean Annexation Legitimate

    France’s far-right leader and presidential candidate Marine Le Pen said on January 3 that Russia’s annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea in 2014 was “not illegal.” …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    What Trump Should Understand about China and North Korea
    Jan04

    What Trump Should Understand about China and North Korea

    Doug Bandow Security, Asia While Beijing does not want a nuclear Pyongyang, it wants collapse and chaos even less. In barely two weeks Americans will learn whether Donald Trump is as smart as he claims. He triumphed over the odds to win the presidency and most of his staff picks so far look serious. But his tweets continue to raise some...

    Nothing irrational about North Korea’s nuclear ambitions
    Jan04

    Nothing irrational about North Korea’s nuclear ambitions

    DURING a New Year’s Day televised address, North Korean president Kim Jong-Un said the country had “reached the final stages” on preparations for an intercontinental ballistic missile, after first discussing the past year’s military achievements. In typical fashion, the United States responded with heavy criticism by labelling...

    Russian meddling doubters should wait to see report, says Brennan
    Jan04

    Russian meddling doubters should wait to see report, says Brennan

    JUDY WOODRUFF: Now we begin a series of conversations with top officials in the Obama administration, as its eight years in office come to a close. John Brennan has served as director of the Central Intelligence Agency since March of 2013. It’s an agency he knew well before his tenure as director. He was a station chief overseas, and an...

    New Republican-led US Congress lays groundwork for Trump era
    Jan03

    New Republican-led US Congress lays groundwork for Trump era

    WASHINGTON — The Republican-led US Congress begins a new session on Tuesday in which it will start laying plans for enacting President-elect Donald Trump’s agenda of cutting taxes, repealing Obamacare and rolling back financial and environmental regulations. With Trump set to be sworn in as president on January 20, Republican lawmakers hope...

    Nadal storms into Brisbane second round
    Jan03

    Nadal storms into Brisbane second round

    BRISBANE – Former world No. 1 Rafael Nadal enjoyed an ideal start to his first Brisbane International Tuesday, storming into the second round with a straight sets win over Ukrainian Alexandr Dolgopolov. Nadal took only 74 minutes to see off Dolgopolov 6-3, 6-3 and book a second round clash with Germany’s Mischa Zverev, who earlier...

    What’s the Biggest Test Trump Will Face in 2017?
    Jan03

    What’s the Biggest Test Trump Will Face in 2017?

    “It is going to be so easy.” Those were the words candidate Donald Trump used in October, imagining a future where he, as president, would replace the Affordable Care Act with something “great.”In reality, no presidency is easy—the office’s unique role at home and around the world assures that. To be president is to face an unending barrage...

    Watch: Ukrainian marchers in Kiev chant ‘Jews out’
    Jan03

    Watch: Ukrainian marchers in Kiev chant ‘Jews out’

    Ukrainian nationalists chant “Jews out” at march celebrating the birthday of a Nazi collaborator whose troops killed thousands of Jews. …read more Source: Arutz...

    Nadal storms into second round
    Jan03

    Nadal storms into second round

    Spaniard took only 74 minutes to see off Dolgopolov 6-3, 6-3 Former world number one Rafael Nadal enjoyed an ideal start to his first Brisbane International yesterday, storming into the second round with a straight sets win over Ukrainian Alexandr Dolgopolov. Nadal took only 74 minutes to see off Dolgopolov 6-3, 6-3 and book a second round clash...