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    Inside the Surkov Leaks—and the Surkov “Fakes”
    Nov04

    Inside the Surkov Leaks—and the Surkov “Fakes”

    On October 25, a group of Ukrainian hackers known as CyberHunta released a surprise cache of emails allegedly from the official inbox of Vladislav Surkov, one of Vladimir Putin’s top aides. Surkov, an elusive Kremlin spin master often credited as the architect of Russia’s propaganda machine, now advises Putin on the pro-Russian...

    Ukrainian President Falls Victim of Phone Hoax
    Nov04

    Ukrainian President Falls Victim of Phone Hoax

    Ukraine and Kyrgyzstan are investigating how an unidentified person telephoned the Ukrainian president posing as his Kyrgyz counterpart …read more Source: ABC...

    Ukrainian president falls victim of phone hoax
    Nov04

    Ukrainian president falls victim of phone hoax

    MOSCOW (AP) — Ukraine and Kyrgyzstan are trying to sort out an incident in which an unidentified person called the Ukrainian President Petro… …read more Source:...

    Prank call confusion for Ukraine president
    Nov04

    Prank call confusion for Ukraine president

    Ukraine describes an apparent prank call to President Petro Poroshenko as a “provocation”. …read more Source:...

    Prank call mystery surrounds Ukraine president
    Nov04

    Prank call mystery surrounds Ukraine president

    Suspicion falls on Russian hoaxers after caller claiming to be Kyrgyzstan leader speaks to Petro Poroshenko for an hourIt was a routine bit of international diplomacy: two presidents speaking for an hour about “topical issues of the agenda of Ukraine-Kyrgyzstan relations”, as the press release on Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko’s...

    Russia Marks National Unity Day With Rival Rallies, Statue
    Nov04

    Russia Marks National Unity Day With Rival Rallies, Statue

    Separate crowds of nationalists and government supporters have marched through the streets of Moscow as Russia marked National Unity Day, a holiday established by the Kremlin more than 10 years ago to replace communist-era celebrations of the Bolshevik Revolution anniversary. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Here Are All the Attacks the Clinton Campaign Feared
    Nov04

    Here Are All the Attacks the Clinton Campaign Feared

    A “vulnerabilities poll” conducted by Hillary Clinton campaign pollsters in the lead up to the launch of her presidential bid revealed internal concerns about Clinton’s handling of Russia and Iran, the terrorist attack in Benghazi, and comparisons to disgraced NBC anchor Brian Williams. The poll, made available through emails released by...

    Chances of Belavia getting compensation estimated as high
    Nov04

    Chances of Belavia getting compensation estimated as high

    Belarus’ air authorities are confident that Ukraine will pay compensation for the forced return of the Belavia aircraft, Vladimir Kostin, director of the aviation department at Belarus’ Ministry of Transport and Communications, told reporters. …read more Source:...

    Obama Weighs Options for His Final Stab at Israel
    Nov04

    Obama Weighs Options for His Final Stab at Israel

    Israelis and the pro-Israel community at large will breathe a collective sigh of relief when Obama leaves office. During Obama’s tenure, relations with Israel were caustic at best. Barely five months after taking office, he publicly launched a scathing attack against Israel – where he perversely insinuated a moral equivalence between...

    Azerbaijan at Twenty-Five: a New Era of Change and Turbulence
    Nov04

    Azerbaijan at Twenty-Five: a New Era of Change and Turbulence

    Azerbaijan is entering a new historical phase. The oil boom—which boosted the economy, consolidated the country’s statehood, and gave it a new international profile—has ended. The country’s leaders have more limited financial resources to offer a society that is not as politically quiescent as it was a decade ago and where new forms...