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    Pulitzer-winning reporter David Cay Johnston: “The evidence suggests Trump is a traitor”
    Apr23

    Pulitzer-winning reporter David Cay Johnston: “The evidence suggests Trump is a traitor”

    Simon & Schuster/Bonk Johnston/AP …read more Source:...

    The unexpected champion
    Apr23

    The unexpected champion

    You don’t become a growth champion by accident. Poland has clearly done something right to see 26 years of continued growth. The success story of the entire CEE region post-1989 offers a number of lessons for other countries worldwide. The question they now need to answer is how to continue to converge, and when do wealth disparities become...

    German defense ministry wants to spend billions on armaments this year
    Apr23

    German defense ministry wants to spend billions on armaments this year

    Germany has been steadily increasing its military spending since 2014. (Reuters pic) BERLIN: The German Defense Ministry plans to spend billions of euros on armaments this year to tackle deficiencies in the armed forces’ equipment, German newspaper Handelsblatt reported on Sunday. Germany sharply curtailed military spending after the end of...

    Family holiday park to open in Aktobe on Children’s Day
    Apr23

    Family holiday park to open in Aktobe on Children’s Day

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. ASTANA – A new outdoor family park, the largest in the western Kazakhstan with more than 50 types of entertainment, is under construction in Aktobe. The opening ceremony will be held June 1 in conjunction with Children’s Day. Photo credit: kapital.kz. For...

    G7 united against Russia, doubts remain on Iran deal
    Apr23

    G7 united against Russia, doubts remain on Iran deal

    TORONTO: The Group of Seven industrialized nations presented a stern common front against Russian aggression Sunday at their foreign ministers conference in Toronto. But for all the talk of resisting the “malign activities” of Vladimir Putin’s Kremlin, Washington’s European partners are still concerned that President Donald Trump will...

    G7 Unified In Opposing Russia’s ‘Malign’ Acts, U.S. Official Says
    Apr23

    G7 Unified In Opposing Russia’s ‘Malign’ Acts, U.S. Official Says

    A senior U.S. official has told reporters that foreign ministers from the Group of Seven (G7) industrialized nations remain determined to oppose Russia’s efforts to “destabilize” nations around the world. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Lithuania wants more Nato anti-aircraft systems
    Apr23

    Lithuania wants more Nato anti-aircraft systems

    Lithuania wants the United States to bring more defence systems such as long-range Patriot and short-range Avenger missiles to the Baltics where some fear Russia is more powerful in the air.The country has asked Washington to install the systems more regularly for exercises, arguing that the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Nato) needs to know...

    G7 ministers sit down in Toronto to a full plate of world troubles
    Apr23

    G7 ministers sit down in Toronto to a full plate of world troubles

    A gathering of G7 foreign and security ministers got underway in Toronto on a slightly informal note with Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland inviting her counterparts to her home for Sunday brunch. It was a light, relaxed affair that stands in contrast to the heavy agenda they face over the next couple of days in mostly closed-door...

    G7 foreign ministers’ summit to hold tough line on Russia: sources
    Apr23

    G7 foreign ministers’ summit to hold tough line on Russia: sources

    TORONTO (Reuters) – Foreign ministers from the Group of Seven leading industrialized nations are expected to maintain a tough line on Russia over its involvement in conflicts in Syria and Ukraine, while leaving the door open to cooperation, two sources briefed on the matter said on Sunday. …read more Source:...

    The Terrorism Label
    Apr23

    The Terrorism Label

    Paul R. Pillar Russia Terrorism, United States A recent op-ed from Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO) calls for officially designating Russia a state sponsor of terrorism. Gardner offers a long indictment—a “moral case”, as he calls it—against Russia that mostly involves activities other than terrorism, such as invasions of Georgia and Ukraine and...