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    Polish Culture Minister Protests Museum’s Inclusion of Poles in Responsibility for Holocaust
    Oct07

    Polish Culture Minister Protests Museum’s Inclusion of Poles in Responsibility for Holocaust

    Gliński is irate at the exhibition which presents Poland, France and Ukraine as states and nations that collaborated with the Holocaust, while Germany is presented “only as the country that exemplifies the holocaust.” …read more Source: The Jewish...

    Erdogan to visit Ukraine, Serbia next week
    Oct07

    Erdogan to visit Ukraine, Serbia next week

    Turkish president expected to discuss bilateral ties with his counterparts …read more Source: Anadolu...

    U.S. Envoy For Ukraine Meets Kremlin Aide In Belgrade
    Oct07

    U.S. Envoy For Ukraine Meets Kremlin Aide In Belgrade

    Kurt Volker, the U.S. special envoy for efforts to end the conflict in eastern Ukraine, met with Kremlin aide Vladislav Surkov on October 7 in Serbia’s capital, Belgrade. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    The EU’s Eastern Partnership
    Oct07

    The EU’s Eastern Partnership

    THE question of where Europe’s eastern border lies has bedevilled statesmen for centuries. It has proved equally difficult for the European Union, which must decide how to deal with countries to its east that would like to join the club. In 2009 the EU launched the Eastern Partnership, meant to handle the European aspirations of Belarus,...

    Why Russia wants to talk about Ukraine
    Oct07

    Why Russia wants to talk about Ukraine

    THE proposal came out of nowhere. After years of swatting down Ukrainian calls for international peacekeeping forces, Vladimir Putin changed course ahead of the UN General Assembly last month, putting forward his own plan for so-called blue helmets in eastern Ukraine. Officials in Kiev and the West dismissed the Russian offer as a cynical ploy....

    Ex-Georgian President Saakashvili applies for asylum in Ukraine
    Oct07

    Ex-Georgian President Saakashvili applies for asylum in Ukraine

    Mikheil Saakashvili, former president of Georgia, applied for political asylum in Ukraine, despite having his Ukrainian citizenship revoked earlier this year, Spiegel reported. Saakashvili — who became a Ukrainian citizen two years ago and was made governor of the Odessa region, only to have his citizenship revoked in July, leaving him stateless...

    The Morning Vertical, October 6, 2017
    Oct07

    The Morning Vertical, October 6, 2017

    Your daily roundup. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Dalic into Croatian hot seat after Cacic sacked
    Oct07

    Dalic into Croatian hot seat after Cacic sacked

    Zlatko Dalic was named new Croatia coach on Saturday after Ante Cacic was sacked following the team’s 1-1 draw with Finland in a World Cup qualifier. Friday’s draw left Croatia second in Group I of European qualifying for next year’s World Cup in Russia, on 17 points alongside Ukraine, with Iceland in pole on 19. Dalic, who...

    Schooled in Scandal: What Makes Ukraine a Hotbed of Intrigue
    Oct07

    Schooled in Scandal: What Makes Ukraine a Hotbed of Intrigue

    Russian hacking, secret payments to Paul Manafort, suspicions of missile technology smuggled to North Korea — seemingly all illicit roads lead back to one country. …read more Source: The New York...

    Blockbuster Or Flop? Russia’s Flick About Crimea Takeover Gets Lackluster Reception
    Oct07

    Blockbuster Or Flop? Russia’s Flick About Crimea Takeover Gets Lackluster Reception

    Russia’s opposition claims officials are offering free showings of a new movie about the Kremlin’s 2014 annexation of Crimea in order to lure would-be protesters away from antigovernment rallies on October 7, President Vladimir Putin’s birthday. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...