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    How the left should respond to the steady march of nationalism
    Dec15

    How the left should respond to the steady march of nationalism

    The new wave of nationalism is a reminder of the contingent, if not cyclical, nature of history. The liberal left cannot retreat to the comforts of moral outrage. “Their world is collapsing. Ours is being built,” remarked ­Florian Philippot, the chief strategist of France’s Front National, after Donald Trump’s victory. Trump’s...

    Rex Tillerson: An Oligarch’s Dream at the State Department
    Dec15

    Rex Tillerson: An Oligarch’s Dream at the State Department

    Click here for reuse options! To succeed in setting up your U.S. oligarchy, you’re going to need to be friendly with oligarchs in other major powers.. If confirmed by the Senate, the next secretary of state will enter into the service of the second employer he has ever had in his life: the United States government. Since his graduation from...

    Dutch court rules for Crimean ancient treasures to go to Ukraine
    Dec15

    Dutch court rules for Crimean ancient treasures to go to Ukraine

    A court in the Netherlands decided on December 14 that ancient valuables lent to a museum in Amsterdam should be sent to Ukraine, not returning them to museums in Crimea. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Russian Leader Putin Arrives in Japan to Meet Abe; First Official Visit to G-7 Country Since 2014 Crimea Annexation
    Dec15

    Russian Leader Putin Arrives in Japan to Meet Abe; First Official Visit to G-7 Country Since 2014 Crimea Annexation

    Russian leader Putin arrives in Japan to meet Abe; first official visit to G-7 country since 2014 Crimea annexation …read more Source: ABC...

    Russian leader Putin arrives in Japan to meet Abe; first official visit to G-7 country since 2014 Crimea annexation
    Dec15

    Russian leader Putin arrives in Japan to meet Abe; first official visit to G-7 country since 2014 Crimea annexation

    NAGATO, Japan (AP) — Russian leader Putin arrives in Japan to meet Abe; first official visit to G-7 country since 2014 Crimea annexation. …read more Source:...

    Why Donald Trump Really Shouldn’t Play Games with China Over Taiwan
    Dec15

    Why Donald Trump Really Shouldn’t Play Games with China Over Taiwan

    East Asian geopolitics is a tapestry of fictions. Beijing insists Taiwan is part of China, despite the island of 23 million being self-governing for over half-a-century. The constitution of Taiwan — officially called the Republic of China, a legacy of the routed Nationalists (KMT) flight across the Strait in 1949 following China’s civil war...

    Bulgaria Has to Be Better NATO Partner, But No Enemy to Russia – President-Elect
    Dec15

    Bulgaria Has to Be Better NATO Partner, But No Enemy to Russia – President-Elect

    Bulgaria is clearly going down a path of pro-European development and does not consider abandoning it, President-elect Rumen Radev has said in an interview. “We want to affirm our position as a more reliable partner to NATO. This, however, does not mean Bulgaria has to be an enemy to Russia, with which we are linked through substantial...

    Russian leader Putin heading to Japan for territorial talks
    Dec15

    Russian leader Putin heading to Japan for territorial talks

    Vladimir Putin’s first official visit to a G-7 country since Russia’s 2014 annexation of Crimea is starting in somewhat customary fashion: He is arriving late …read more Source: U.S....

    Russian leader Putin heading to Japan for territorial talks
    Dec15

    Russian leader Putin heading to Japan for territorial talks

    NAGATO, Japan (AP) ” Vladimir Putin’s first official visit to a G-7 country since Russia’s 2014 annexation of Crimea is starting in somewhat customary fashion: He is arriving late.The Russian president was due in western Japan on… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    Abe and Putin Head to Hot Springs to Resolve 70-Year Dispute
    Dec15

    Abe and Putin Head to Hot Springs to Resolve 70-Year Dispute

    File pix by Muhd Amin Naharul/TMR Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is betting that a hot-spring resort near his ancestral home will be the right venue for a breakthrough with Russian President Vladimir Putin over a seven-decade territorial dispute. Discussions over the islands will top the agenda at the meeting in southwest Japan on Thursday...