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    The Art of the Global Deal
    Dec13

    The Art of the Global Deal

    Whether one likes it or not, Donald Trump is now President-elect Trump. Nothing said or thought during the seemingly interminable campaign, whether about Trump or the record of the Obama Administration, matters as much as the future: What to do next.The global situation has deteriorated markedly during the past three years. This is now a time to...

    Ukraine’s defence ministry says website hit by cyber attack
    Dec13

    Ukraine’s defence ministry says website hit by cyber attack

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine’s defence ministry said on Tuesday its website was down due to cyber attacks that appeared aimed at disrupting it… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s defence ministry says website hit by cyber attack
    Dec13

    Ukraine’s defence ministry says website hit by cyber attack

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine’s defence ministry said on Tuesday its website was down due to cyber attacks that appeared aimed at disrupting it… …read more Source:...

    Why it’s hard for the CIA to make its case on Russian hacking
    Dec13

    Why it’s hard for the CIA to make its case on Russian hacking

    If recent media reports are accurate, the CIA believes that the Russian government used its hacking prowess to help Donald Trump get elected president — a potentially unprecedented case of foreign interference in an American election decided by fewer than 100,000 votes in three key states. US elected officials have traditionally taken pride in...

    Why it’s hard for the CIA to make its case on Russian hacking
    Dec13

    Why it’s hard for the CIA to make its case on Russian hacking

    If recent media reports are accurate, the CIA believes that the Russian government used its hacking prowess to help Donald Trump get elected president — a potentially unprecedented case of foreign interference in an American election decided by fewer than 100,000 votes in three key states. US elected officials have traditionally taken pride in...

    Germany, France back extending Russia sanctions over Ukraine
    Dec13

    Germany, France back extending Russia sanctions over Ukraine

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande said Tuesday they favor extending EU sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine conflict, ahead of a Brussels summit that will discuss the issue. …read more Source: Iran...

    Strong support for UNESCO transnational file of post-war socialist architecture
    Dec13

    Strong support for UNESCO transnational file of post-war socialist architecture

    Alla Stashkevich said that experts from Belarus, Russia, Poland, Ukraine and Germany discussed the idea to develop a transnational nomination portfolio that would include Independence Avenue (Prospekt Nezavisimosti) in Minsk as they met in the Belarusian capital in September 2016. …read more Source:...

    Trump’s future chief of staff: No commitment to keeping Russia sanctions in place
    Dec13

    Trump’s future chief of staff: No commitment to keeping Russia sanctions in place

    WASHINGTON — Incoming White House chief of staff Reince Priebus would not commit the administration of President-elect Donald Trump to keeping sanctions against Russia in place, telling MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” that “you have to just wait and see.” Priebus, who will leave his...

    Here’s How the U.S. Should Respond to Russia Intervening in the Election
    Dec13

    Here’s How the U.S. Should Respond to Russia Intervening in the Election

    After the explosive revelation from intelligence and law enforcement agencies that claim Russia intervened to help Donald Trump win the U.S. presidential election, the U.S. has several response options and means to mitigate further attacks. All of these actions will be fraught with the danger of escalation and ironically, they will have to be...

    Milnes: Sixty years later, Diefenbaker has lessons for both Tories and Liberals today
    Dec13

    Milnes: Sixty years later, Diefenbaker has lessons for both Tories and Liberals today

    In Ottawa 60 years ago Wednesday, an unlikely hero took to the stage at the city’s Coliseum. He was 61, a loner and a man more familiar with Prairie farmlands than banking towers and hours. Canada’s Tory establishment feared and loathed him but that didn’t matter on Dec. 14, 1956 because the day belonged to John Diefenbaker. “I...