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    SurkovLeaks: new cache of emails alleges Russian plan to destabilise Ukraine
    Nov03

    SurkovLeaks: new cache of emails alleges Russian plan to destabilise Ukraine

    A new cache of emails hacked from the office of an aide to Russian president Vladimir Putin reveals a 2015 plot to destabilise the eastern Ukraine city of Kharkiv, the hackers claim. …read more Source: The Sydney Morning...

    New cache of hacked emails alleges Russian plan to destabilise Ukraine
    Nov03

    New cache of hacked emails alleges Russian plan to destabilise Ukraine

    A new cache of emails hacked from the office of an aide to Russian president Vladimir Putin reveals a 2015 plot to destabilise the eastern Ukraine city of Kharkiv, the hackers claim. …read more Source: The Sydney Morning...

    Ukraine’s leader speaks to ‘fake’ Kyrgyz president
    Nov03

    Ukraine’s leader speaks to ‘fake’ Kyrgyz president

    Ukrainian president spoke to what he thought was his Kyrgyz counterpart by phone this week — only to discover that the person on the other end was someone else entirely. …read more Source: Channel...

    Ukraine’s leader speaks to ‘fake’ Kyrgyz president (AFP)
    Nov03

    Ukraine’s leader speaks to ‘fake’ Kyrgyz president (AFP)

    Kiev (AFP) – Ukrainian president spoke to what he thought was his Kyrgyz counterpart by phone this week — only to discover that the person on the other end was someone else entirely. …read more Source: The West...

    Ukrainian ministry expects to reduce dependence on Russian oil
    Nov03

    Ukrainian ministry expects to reduce dependence on Russian oil

    Azerbaijani oil supplies will greatly reduce dependence of Ukraine’s oil refining complex on Russian oil, the Ukrainian Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry said in a message November 3. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Ceasefire Violations Exceed 1,000 a Day: OSCE
    Nov03

    Ukraine Ceasefire Violations Exceed 1,000 a Day: OSCE

    International monitors tracked 1,000 daily violations of the ceasefire in east Ukraine over the course of last week, in a huge surge even compared with the general uptick in the last two months. The Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), which monitors the situation on both the Ukrainian-held side of the frontline and the...

    The Last Gasp of Bush-Era Republicanism
    Nov03

    The Last Gasp of Bush-Era Republicanism

    Jim Antle sees Evan McMullin as the candidate for Republicans who thought there was nothing seriously wrong with the pre-Trump GOP: But McMullin’s following seems to be disproportionately made up of conservatives who thought everything was fine until Trump showed up like an uninvited dinner guest who lacked the Bush-era GOP’s table...

    Russia Braces for Another Hit Over Olympic Doping
    Nov03

    Russia Braces for Another Hit Over Olympic Doping

    Russia spent $50 billion on the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, making it the most expensive in history and among the most impressive. Russia dominated the Sochi games, winning 33 medals and attracting a new generation of winter sports fans. “At the moment Sochi is a resort that is easily accessible, and people want to ski there, so after the Sochi...

    Big question: What is Putin’s aim in Aleppo?
    Nov03

    Big question: What is Putin’s aim in Aleppo?

    Aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov—one of several Russian war ships thought to be part of a coming bombardment on Aleppo ©Gareth Fuller/PA Wire/PA Images Earlier this week, news of a planned “full scale” assault on Aleppo, Syria’s second city, surfaced. An intelligence source told The Times that they expect a “crescendo of air attacks on...

    Battleground ’16: How the Hell Did We Get Here?
    Nov03

    Battleground ’16: How the Hell Did We Get Here?

    From Syria hawks’ revenge to nervous world markets to what’s next for Ukraine, how 2016 has upended foreign policy politics. …read more Source: Foreign...