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    Fugitive Ukrainian Lawmaker Hits Back, Accusing Poroshenko Of War Profiteering
    Dec19

    Fugitive Ukrainian Lawmaker Hits Back, Accusing Poroshenko Of War Profiteering

    A fugitive Ukrainian lawmaker, whose accusations of top-level corruption have sparked a political furor, has charged that President Petro Poroshenko’s allies are profiting from supplying troops fighting Russia-backed separatists. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Foiled Coup Plot in US-Allied Montenegro Has Russia’s Fingerprints All Over It
    Dec19

    Foiled Coup Plot in US-Allied Montenegro Has Russia’s Fingerprints All Over It

    A recently foiled coup plot in the small but geographically important Balkan nation of Montenegro underscores the lengths to which Russia will go to undermine democracy and exert its influence in the region. Unfortunately, it’s doubtful many Americans have heard about it. Montenegro held parliamentary elections on Oct. 16. The party of...

    NATO, Russia Talk But Remain Divided on Ukraine
    Dec19

    NATO, Russia Talk But Remain Divided on Ukraine

    NATO and Russia held more than three hours of talks on Monday, discussing ways to reduce military accidents but also underscoring their deep disagreement on the conflict in Ukraine. Western diplomats said the fact that the NATO-Russia Council, where the Russian ambassador to the North Atlantic alliance sits with members states’ envoys, had...

    IMF Chief Lagarde Found Guilty In French Tycoon Payout Trial
    Dec19

    IMF Chief Lagarde Found Guilty In French Tycoon Payout Trial

    PARIS, Dec 19 (Reuters) – French judges convicted IMF chief Christine Lagarde on Monday of negligence for a state payout made while she served as France’s finance minister in 2008, but imposed no punishment, citing her preoccupation at the time with the global financial crisis.It was unclear whether the verdict would force Lagarde...

    NATO and Russia talk, but remain divided on Ukraine
    Dec19

    NATO and Russia talk, but remain divided on Ukraine

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – NATO and Russia held more than three hours of talks on Monday, discussing ways to reduce military accidents but also underscoring their deep disagreement on the conflict in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    NATO and Russia talked for 3 hours, but they’re still as divided as ever on Ukraine
    Dec19

    NATO and Russia talked for 3 hours, but they’re still as divided as ever on Ukraine

    Thomson ReutersNATO and Russia held more than three hours of talks on Monday, discussing ways to reduce military accidents but also underscoring their deep disagreement on the conflict in Ukraine. Western diplomats said the fact that the NATO-Russia Council, where the Russian ambassador to the North Atlantic alliance sits with members...

    NATO and Russia talk, but remain divided on Ukraine
    Dec19

    NATO and Russia talk, but remain divided on Ukraine

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – NATO and Russia held more than three hours of talks on Monday, discussing ways to reduce military accidents but also underscoring their deep disagreement on the conflict in Ukraine. …read more Source: Libya...

    Relief as Kiev nationalises largest lender
    Dec19

    Relief as Kiev nationalises largest lender

    Move taken as sign of willingness to tackle lender long considered untouchable …read more Source: Financial...

    OCCRP Reporting Leads to Moves Against Baltic Banks
    Dec19

    OCCRP Reporting Leads to Moves Against Baltic Banks

    A series of investigative reports by OCCRP has led to regulators in Ukraine and Latvia taking steps to rein in the use of Baltic banks to launder the proceeds of corruption. …read more Source:...

    NATO seeks to allay concerns at meeting with Russia
    Dec19

    NATO seeks to allay concerns at meeting with Russia

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – NATO and Russia held more than three hours of talks on Monday, discussing ways to reduce military accidents but also underscoring their deep disagreement on the conflict in Ukraine. …read more Source: The...