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    Ukrainian leader’s confectionery firm to close Russian factory
    Jan20

    Ukrainian leader’s confectionery firm to close Russian factory

    Ukraine’s largest confectionery company, owned by President Petro Poroshenko, plans to close its only factory in Russia, saying it had become impossible to do business there because of trade restrictions and anti-Ukrainian sentiment …read more Source: The Daily...

    ‘Three-parent’ baby born in Ukraine using new technique
    Jan20

    ‘Three-parent’ baby born in Ukraine using 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 …read more Source: The New...

    Anti-corruption service on blockchain. E-Auction 3.0 developer will attend Tallinn
    Jan20

    Anti-corruption service on blockchain. E-Auction 3.0 developer will attend Tallinn

    On March 9, 2017, one will present the electronic auction service – e-Auction 3.0 – at Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference in Tallinn. This project has been developed by Ukrainian IT specialists. Its concept is to replace officials for transparent blockchain. It shows conditions, process and results of public property lease and sale auctions....

    Is Tim Barrow just the man for Brexit?
    Jan20

    Is Tim Barrow just the man for Brexit?

    Britain’s new Permanent Representative to the EU, Tim Barrow ©Facundo Arrizabalaga/PA Wire/PA Images Before the start of 2017, few outside the UK’s diplomatic community would have heard of Tim Barrow. His appointment as Britain’s Permanent Representative (ambassador) to the European Union, following the public and acrimonious...

    UK defense minister: We’re still on Ukraine’s side
    Jan20

    UK defense minister: We’re still on Ukraine’s side

    Britain’s Defense Secretary Michael Fallon has assured his country “stands firm” with Ukraine in its conflict with Russia following fears incoming U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration will back Moscow in the ongoing dispute. Fallon, who is on a two-day visit to Kiev, said Britain will support...

    How Technology Politicized Visual Culture
    Jan20

    How Technology Politicized Visual Culture

    This hand-colored portrait of an unidentified woman was taken by an unknown photographer circa 1935. But to a contemporary eye, trained by social media, it may suggest hashtags from #ThrowbackThursday to #BlackLivesMatter. It’s one of some hundred still and moving images, spanning a century and a half, in the International Center of...

    Britain weighs costs of Trump embrace
    Jan20

    Britain weighs costs of Trump embrace

    LONDON — As she readies Britain for its divorce from the European Union, U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has little choice but to extend the hand of friendship to Donald Trump. The inauguration of the new American president on Friday presents Britain with opportunities that previously looked unachievable. A rapid trade deal with the...

    The government secrets Trump is about to discover
    Jan20

    The government secrets Trump is about to discover

    When Dwight Eisenhower was elected president in 1952, outgoing President Harry Truman informed him of an important secret: Days before the election the United States had tested the world’s first hydrogen bomb in the Pacific. The nation now possessed a weapon roughly a hundred times as powerful as any before — and almost...

    Brussels gets ‘House of Cards’ treatment
    Jan20

    Brussels gets ‘House of Cards’ treatment

    AMSTERDAM — Corruption, murder, and betrayal stalk the streets of Brussels — at least in a Dutch television series inspired by the U.S. hit “House of Cards” that premieres Friday. “Brussel” mixes the personal and the political in a drama that weaves together the migration crisis, trouble in...

    New President, New World
    Jan20

    New President, New World

    “Don’t Make Any Sudden Moves” is the advice offered to the new president by Richard Haass of the Council on Foreign Relations, which has not traditionally been known as a beer hall of populist beliefs. Haass meant the president should bring his National Security Council together to anticipate the consequences before tearing up the Iran...