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    Putin’s Last Critic in Parliament Hopes 2016 Can Be the Year of the Opposition
    Sep16

    Putin’s Last Critic in Parliament Hopes 2016 Can Be the Year of the Opposition

    At 36 years old, Dmitry Gudkov has unwittingly become the sole flag bearer of the Russian opposition in parliament. After a successful stint in Russia’s national youth basketball team, he took an interest in politics and was elected alongside his father Gennady as part of the establishment A Just Russia party in 2011. Half a decade later,...

    Russia to chair CIS since 2017
    Sep16

    Russia to chair CIS since 2017

    Bishkek, September 16 / Kabar /. The chairmanship in the CIS in 2017 has been transferred to Russia on the results of CIS Summit in Bishkek on Friday, September 16. Kyrgyz President Almazbek Atambayev told at the meeting that the presidency in the CIS in 2017 moves to Russia. Meanwhile, Ukraine’s Ambassador to the Kyrgyz Republic Nikolai...

    Denmark Questions Legitimacy Of Russian Vote In Crimea
    Sep16

    Denmark Questions Legitimacy Of Russian Vote In Crimea

    Officials met on September 16 at the Yalta European Strategy (YES) forum in Kyiv to discuss Ukrainian and regional security. At the forum, Danish Foreign Minister Kristian Jensen said his country does not recognize the Crimean results of the upcoming Russian elections. (RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service) …read more Source: Radio Free Europe...

    How the Obsession with American ‘Leadership’ Warps Foreign Policy Analysis
    Sep16

    How the Obsession with American ‘Leadership’ Warps Foreign Policy Analysis

    Ben Denison criticizes a familiar flaw in foreign policy commentary: When a surprising event occurs that threatens U.S. interests, many are quick to blame Washington’s lack of leadership and deride the administration for failing to anticipate and prevent the crisis. Recent examples from the continuing conflict in Syria, Russia’s...

    The Revival Of Ukraine’s Mountain Horn — The Trembita
    Sep16

    The Revival Of Ukraine’s Mountain Horn — The Trembita

    For centuries people living high in Ukraine’s Carpathian Mountains used it to communicate over vast distances. The trembita is a long wooden horn that was played to mark special events and used by shepherds to send signals. Today the traditional Ukrainian instrument is enjoying a revival after being embraced by contemporary musicians....

    Ukraine hands back stolen Dutch masterpieces (AFP)
    Sep16

    Ukraine hands back stolen Dutch masterpieces (AFP)

    The Hague (AFP) – Five stolen 17th and 18th-century masterpieces were handed back to the Netherlands on Friday, foreign ministry officials said, and will soon return to a Dutch museum from where they disappeared 11 years ago. …read more Source: The West...

    Estonian parlt panel chair to attend annual meeting of Yalta European Strategy  – The Baltic Times
    Sep16

    Estonian parlt panel chair to attend annual meeting of Yalta European Strategy – The Baltic Times

    TALLINN – The chairman of the Estonian parliament’s National Defense Committee, Marko Mihkelson, will on Friday and Saturday be in Ukraine f…… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    European Security with or Without Russia? Consequences of the Chinese-Russian Alliance on the Relationship Between USA and EU
    Sep16

    European Security with or Without Russia? Consequences of the Chinese-Russian Alliance on the Relationship Between USA and EU

    By Roberto SavioROME, Sep 16 2016 (IPS)The joint military manoeuvres between the Russian and Chinese navies, armies, and air forces has kicked off. It’s a clear message for Washington, which has recently strengthened its action in Asia, indicating that as a country that overlooks the Pacific, it wants to play an important role in the...

    Prosecutor General condemns crimes committed against Azerbaijanis in Ukraine
    Sep16

    Prosecutor General condemns crimes committed against Azerbaijanis in Ukraine

    The crimes committed in Ukraine against Azerbaijanis were resolutely condemned. …read more Source:...

    US to add military assets in Syria under cease-fire deal
    Sep16

    US to add military assets in Syria under cease-fire deal

    WASHINGTON — The U.S. military will have to shift surveillance aircraft from other regions and increase the number of intelligence analysts to coordinate attacks with Russia under the Syria cease-fire deal partly in order to target militants the U.S. has largely spared, senior officials say. Senior defense and military officials told The...