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    Dual-citizen Danes not impacted by travel ban after all
    Jan31

    Dual-citizen Danes not impacted by travel ban after all

    No Danes with dual citizenships from one of the seven nations on the new and highly-contentious US travel ban list will be impacted after all. According to the foreign minister, Anders Samuelsen, Danes who also have passports from Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Sudan, Somalia, Iran and Libya will not be denied entry to the US as a result of the temporary...

    Russia urges Ukraine to stop ‘armed provocations in eastern region
| Reuters
    Jan31

    Russia urges Ukraine to stop ‘armed provocations in eastern region | Reuters

    MOSCOW The Russian Foreign Ministry urged Kiev on Tuesday to halt “armed provocations” in the rebel-held regions of eastern Ukraine, which it said was “on the verge of humanitarian and ecological catastrophe”.The comments were issued amid a flare up between government forces and rebels in eastern Ukraine where clashes led...

    Belarusian diplomacy in 2016 – Annual foreign policy digest
    Jan31

    Belarusian diplomacy in 2016 – Annual foreign policy digest

    Alexander Lukashenka, his son Mikalaj and Pope Francis. Photo: president.gov.by In 2016, Belarusian diplomats succeeded in getting rid of most Western sanctions, improving the international legitimacy of the national parliament, regularising dialogue with Europe, and converting Poland from a strong critic …read more Source: Belarus...

    Europe is suffering multi-morbidity’: a conversation with Claus Offe in Berlin
    Jan31

    Europe is suffering multi-morbidity’: a conversation with Claus Offe in Berlin

    John Keane, University of SydneyThe writer-political thinker Albert Camus once commented that the true source of strength of modern Europe has been its ability to live on its contradictions, flourish amid its differences and, under pressure, to reinvent itself as “a civilisation on which the whole world depends even when rejecting...

    Ukraine conflict: civilians on front line left without power, water amid renewed hostilities
    Jan31

    Ukraine conflict: civilians on front line left without power, water amid renewed hostilities

    Ukrainian officials are preparing for a possible evacuation of Avdiivka …read more Source:...

    Fighting surging in Ukraine despite truce
    Jan31

    Fighting surging in Ukraine despite truce

    …read more Source: Taipei Times

    Tinker Tailor Hacker Spook
    Jan31

    Tinker Tailor Hacker Spook

    Reports about the arrest of cybersecurity officials offer up a classic Russian tale replete with multiple layers of subterfuge, deception, diversion, and embedded meaning. (The views expressed in this blog post do not necessarily reflect the views of RFE/RL.) …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russia urges Ukraine to stop ‘armed provocations’ in eastern region
    Jan31

    Russia urges Ukraine to stop ‘armed provocations’ in eastern region

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – The Russian Foreign Ministry urged Kiev on Tuesday to halt “armed provocations” in the rebel-held regions of eastern Ukraine, which it said was “on the verge of humanitarian and ecological catastrophe”. …read more Source: Libya...

    The grand global political lesson of the moment: we have no idea what’s possible
    Jan31

    The grand global political lesson of the moment: we have no idea what’s possible

    How the refugee crisis, Trump, and Brexit signal a world in flux. “What we thought was a given is no longer a given, and that’s alarming.” In this interview, I talk to Richard Haass, the president of the Council on Foreign Relations and the author of A World in Disarray: America’s Foreign Policy and the Crisis of the Old Order. I ask...

    Ukraine clashes rage for third day
    Jan31

    Ukraine clashes rage for third day

    Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian forces were locked in fighting for a third straight day Tuesday at a flashpoint town that left thousands shivering without power and sparked renewed EU concern about security in its backyard. …read more Source: Iran...