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    ‘Three-parent’ baby born in Ukraine in world’s first use of new technique
    Jan19

    ‘Three-parent’ baby born in Ukraine in world’s first use of new technique

    A baby boy has been born in Ukraine to an infertile couple after the first-ever use of a new technique using the DNA of three parents, the head of a Kiev fertility clinic said Wednesday. The boy was conceived using DNA from his mother and father but also from an egg donor in a technique […] The post ‘Three-parent’ baby born in Ukraine in...

    Books in brief: Who Lost Russia? By Peter Conradi
    Jan19

    Books in brief: Who Lost Russia? By Peter Conradi

    Who Lost Russia? By Peter Conradi (Oneworld, £18.99) The year 1991 was a turning point for global politics: it saw both the disbanding of the Warsaw Pact, as well as the dissolution of the Soviet Union. The narrative western politicians and intellectuals told at the time was a simple one: communism had failed and western liberal capitalism...

    Russian business world hopes for relief from Trump
    Jan19

    Russian business world hopes for relief from Trump

    DAVOS, Switzerland (AP) ” Few people are more eager for Donald Trump’s arrival in the White House than those who do business in Russia.Hacking scandals? They expect that to blow over. Conflict in Ukraine? An artificial problem invented… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    Russian business world hopes for relief from Trump
    Jan19

    Russian business world hopes for relief from Trump

    Russian magnates and American investors alike are anticipating a Trump administration that removes punishing sanctions, frees up access to capital and encourages U.S. businesses pursuing profits in Russia’s vast market — regardless of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s policies. With relations at a post-Cold War low, the Kremlin is...

    Russian business world hopes for relief from Trump
    Jan19

    Russian business world hopes for relief from Trump

    DAVOS, Switzerland (AP) — Few people are more eager for Donald Trump’s arrival in the White House than those who do business in Russia. Russian magnates and American investors are anticipating an administration that removes sanctions and encourages U.S. business in Russia’s vast market — regardless of Russian President Vladimir...

    Ukraine’s president hopes to meet Trump in February – WSJ
    Jan19

    Ukraine’s president hopes to meet Trump in February – WSJ

    DUSHANBE, 19.01.2017. /NIAT “Khovar”/. Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko hopes to meet US President-elect Donald Trump in February and believes the incoming administration will continue its policy of Ukraine’s support, he said in an interview with the Wall Street Journal, TASS reports. “Look, first of all, we are enjoying the...

    Ilham Aliyev meets Ukraine’s Poroshenko [PHOTO]
    Jan19

    Ilham Aliyev meets Ukraine’s Poroshenko [PHOTO]

    …read more Source: Today.Az

    Ukraine Leader Confident Of Support From Trump Against Russian Aggression
    Jan19

    Ukraine Leader Confident Of Support From Trump Against Russian Aggression

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko is expressing confidence that U.S. President-elect Donald Trump will support Ukraine in its struggle against Russian aggression despite his desire to mend ties with Moscow. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    In last press conference, Barack Obama offers caution on friendlier ties with Russia
    Jan19

    In last press conference, Barack Obama offers caution on friendlier ties with Russia

    Washington ], Jan. 19 : Outgoing U.S. President Barack Obama in his final White House presser offered a cautious note on developing friendlier ties to Moscow, saying a constructive US-Russia relationship is “in America’s interest and the world’s interest.” President-elect Donald Trump has proposed friendlier ties to Moscow, which he...

    Germany’s last Atlanticist confronts Trump
    Jan19

    Germany’s last Atlanticist confronts Trump

    BERLIN — On Friday evening, many in Europe will be huddled in front of their television sets, watching Donald Trump’s inauguration in a fog of foreboding and disbelief. The schadenfreude some may have felt after the American election has given way to cold fear. As the president-elect repeatedly dismisses European...