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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    S-RM: New talks on Ukraine bring little hope for peace
    Oct26

    S-RM: New talks on Ukraine bring little hope for peace

    Lack of political will on both sides of the negotiating table continues to undermine efforts to resolve the war in eastern Ukraine. Unless Ukraine, Russia and pro-Russian separatists can reach a compromise, rebel-held territories look set to become another “frozen conflict” zone in the former Soviet Union, writes SAIF ISLAM for S-RM. …read...

    Sukka of the Rebbe’s emissary in Ukraine
    Oct25

    Sukka of the Rebbe’s emissary in Ukraine

    Arutz Shgeva visited the special Sukka of Rabbi Shmuel Kamenetsky in Dnepropetrovsk …read more Source: Arutz...

    One Day’s Worth of Federal Spending Per Year Can Avert U.S. Military Defeat in Europe
    Oct25

    One Day’s Worth of Federal Spending Per Year Can Avert U.S. Military Defeat in Europe

    Loren B. Thompson Security, United States The United States is facing a potential military crisis in Europe, and not enough is being done to avert it. The United States is facing a potential military crisis in Europe, and not enough is being done to avert it. The problem is that a resurgent Russia is moving to reclaim lost influence along its...

    Bad History Doesn’t Make Friends
    Oct25

    Bad History Doesn’t Make Friends

    Kiev’s glorification of wartime Ukrainian nationalists threatens to turn away its Western allies — just when it needs them the most. …read more Source: Foreign...

    Kremlin Expanding Cyber Efforts in ‘Information War’
    Oct25

    Kremlin Expanding Cyber Efforts in ‘Information War’

    In Russia’s so-called “information war” with the West, the pro-Kremlin youth group SET (Network) is a foot soldier fighting primarily on the internet. At their roomy headquarters in an upscale office compound in Moscow, the group designs online videos criticizing the West and praising President Vladimir Putin – videos they...

    How the U.S. Election Has Derailed Obama’s ‘Pivot’ to Asia
    Oct25

    How the U.S. Election Has Derailed Obama’s ‘Pivot’ to Asia

    The great paradox of the U.S. presidential election campaign is that it has helped achieve some of China’s cherished strategic aims ― weakening the U.S.-led post-World War II alliance system in the region and undermining a central plank of U.S. President Barack Obama’s “pivot” to Asia, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or the TPP. By...

    Norway to Host U.S. Troops in Move Likely to Upset Russia
    Oct25

    Norway to Host U.S. Troops in Move Likely to Upset Russia

    Norway will host 330 U.S. marines on a rotational deployment in January, in a move likely to increase tensions with Russia. The country’s Ministry of Defense announced Tuesday that the U.S. troops were “highly welcome” in Norway, one of the few NATO members to share a border with Russia. Members of the alliance have been on high alert since...

    Hackers Publish Kremlin Aide’s E-Mails, Allege Plan to Destabilize Ukraine
    Oct25

    Hackers Publish Kremlin Aide’s E-Mails, Allege Plan to Destabilize Ukraine

    Vladislav Surkov. Source: Wikimedia Commons.On Tuesday, the Ukrainian hacking collective “Kiberkhunta” (CyberJunta) leaked more than 2,000 e-mails from the inbox of Vladislav Surkov, an aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin who is often cited as a key advisor on the Kremlin’s Ukraine policy. The leaked e-mails, which are dated between...

    Hacked: Putin Aide’s Emails Detail Alleged Plot to Destabilize Ukraine
    Oct25

    Hacked: Putin Aide’s Emails Detail Alleged Plot to Destabilize Ukraine

    Ukrainian hackers have allegedly stolen the emails of Vladislav Surkov. …read more Source: Foreign...

    Rich countries may take lead in recession-proof debt project
    Oct25

    Rich countries may take lead in recession-proof debt project

    * G20 takes up growth-linked bond proposal * Crisis tool originally targeted emerging economies * But Britain, Germany may need to take lead * IMF to complete review early next year Some of the world’s most advanced economies may club together to sell growth-linked bonds, creating a market that could help avert future debt crises, sources...