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    Exclusive: Inside Chernobyl’s Radioactive Ruins
    Nov12

    Exclusive: Inside Chernobyl’s Radioactive Ruins

    Workers in Ukraine will soon begin the task of moving a 31,000-ton steel cover over the radioactive ruins of the Chernobyl nuclear plant. The massive structure called the New Safe Confinement (NSC), will seal off Chernobyl’s reactor Unit 4. In 1986, an explosion inside the reactor led to the world’s worst civilian nuclear accident....

    The black swan president
    Nov12

    The black swan president

    On Tuesday, when Donald Trump defied the polls, the Clinton machine and much of his own party establishment to become president-elect of the United States, he also became the closest thing to a black swan event we’ve ever seen in American politics: Statistically unlikely, rationalized only in hindsight—and carrying an impact that could be...

    Russians clear unexploded WW2 mines from Crimea peninsula
    Nov12

    Russians clear unexploded WW2 mines from Crimea peninsula

    …read more Source: The...

    The Black Swan President
    Nov12

    The Black Swan President

    On Tuesday, when Donald Trump defied the polls, the Clinton machine and much of his own party establishment to become president-elect of the United States, he also became the closest thing to a black swan event we’ve ever seen in American politics: Statistically unlikely, rationalized only in hindsight—and carrying an impact that could be...

    Trump’s Victory Shakes Kiev
    Nov12

    Trump’s Victory Shakes Kiev

    Donald Trump’s victory may leave Ukraine alone and frightened. The fear is that the newly-elected US President will prefer warm relations with Moscow to the annoyance of supporting Ukraine – a country which he described during his campaign as a “mess”. “The biggest loser tonight is Ukraine,” wrote Michael McFaul, former ambassador of the...

    Trump will be grateful to his predecessors for NK: Vadim Dubnov
    Nov12

    Trump will be grateful to his predecessors for NK: Vadim Dubnov

    Billionaire Donald Trump, member of Republican Party, who has won the U.S. presidential elections, appeared with contradicting statements during his campaign regarding domestic and foreign policies of the USA. Trump, who used to consider that the USA shouldn’t support Ukraine in conflict with Russia, recently insisted that the USA should...

    Trump and Foreign Hot Spots: Who Knows What He’ll Do?
    Nov12

    Trump and Foreign Hot Spots: Who Knows What He’ll Do?

    In Caracas, a local columnist threw up his hands when he tried to tell his readers what Donald Trump will do about chaotic Venezuela. “So, it’s supposed to be my job to help you figure out what the Trump presidency will mean for Venezuela,” Francisco Toro wrote. “Except I can’t do my job, because trying to predict how Donald Trump...

    Fighting Terrorism in the Age of Trump
    Nov12

    Fighting Terrorism in the Age of Trump

    In February, Donald Trump vowed to make “enhanced interrogation techniques”—like sleep deprivation, waterboarding, and “a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding”—part of his then-hypothetical administration’s approach to fighting terrorism. He also promised to target the families of suspected terrorists. His pledges, sometimes reversed,...

    Georgia’s Saakashvili to force early Ukraine elections
    Nov12

    Georgia’s Saakashvili to force early Ukraine elections

    Mikheil Saakashvili says new party would reject influence of big business in politics and will deal only with the “Ukrainian people” …read more Source: World...

    EU Commission President: Trump’s Election Poses Risks for EU-US Relationship 
    Nov12

    EU Commission President: Trump’s Election Poses Risks for EU-US Relationship 

    EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker says U.S. President-elect Donald Trump poses risks for the relationship between the European Union and the United States. Speaking to students at a conference in Luxemburg late Friday, Juncker said Trump must get up to speed on how Europe works in order to avoid “two years of wasted time” when he...