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    Kasparov calls out NYT for showing Crimea as part of Russia
    Nov13

    Kasparov calls out NYT for showing Crimea as part of Russia

    Russian chess grandmaster and political activist Garry Kasparov has criticised the New York Times for publishing a map in which the Crimean peninsula is marked as “disputed” and shown in the same colour as Russia and not Ukraine. …read more Source: Polskie...

    Russian political activist calls out NYT for showing Crimea as part of Russia
    Nov13

    Russian political activist calls out NYT for showing Crimea as part of Russia

    Russian chess grandmaster and political activist Garry Kasparov has criticised the New York Times for publishing a map in which the Crimean peninsula is marked as “disputed” and showed as part of Russia, and not Ukraine. …read more Source: Polskie...

    Armenia-EU Framework Agreement signing raises concern for the  Chairman of the Union of Domestic Producers of Armenia
    Nov13

    Armenia-EU Framework Agreement signing raises concern for the  Chairman of the Union of Domestic Producers of Armenia

    ArmInfo.The prospect of signing the Armenia-EU comprehensive and expanded partnership agreement is of concern to the Chairman of the Union of Domestic Producers of Armenia Vazgen Safaryan. “While Turkey is moving towards Russia, Armenia is looking towards the EU, a similar situation was observed in 1918-1920, as a result of which the...

    Poland has problems. An overwhelming influx of refugees isn’t one of them
    Nov13

    Poland has problems. An overwhelming influx of refugees isn’t one of them

    Let’s stop buying the fiction of Europe’s far-right populists. From the banners Polish nationalist demonstrators held up at a 60,000-strong march this weekend, it would be easy to think the country was overwhelmed with failed multiculturalism. Slogans included “Pure Poland, white Poland” and “Refugees get out”. Others held fascist...

    Poetry and revolution: Searching for Bob Dylan in Ukraine
    Nov13

    Poetry and revolution: Searching for Bob Dylan in Ukraine

    The city of Odessa and its Jewish community are bringing it all back home to honor the legendary folk singer as one of their own — with mixed results The post Poetry and revolution: Searching for Bob Dylan in Ukraine appeared first on The Times of Israel. …read more Source: The Times of...

    Poland has problems. An overwhelming influx of refugees isn’t one of them
    Nov13

    Poland has problems. An overwhelming influx of refugees isn’t one of them

    Let’s stop buying the fiction of Europe’s far right populists. From the banners Polish nationalist demonstrators held up at a 60,000-strong march this weekend, it would be easy to think Poland was overwhelmed with failed multiculturalism. Slogans included “Pure Poland, white Poland” and “Refugees get out”. Others held fascist symbols...

    “Viva 2500” – 2500 minutes for calls to MTS Russia and Vodafone Ukraine
    Nov13

    “Viva 2500” – 2500 minutes for calls to MTS Russia and Vodafone Ukraine

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    The Morning Vertical, November 13, 2017
    Nov13

    The Morning Vertical, November 13, 2017

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

    The Briefing: Peacekeeper Games
    Nov13

    The Briefing: Peacekeeper Games

    Is momentum building for peacekeepers in Ukraine? Listen to The Power Vertical Briefing. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Vazgen Safaryan: Such thing happened in 1920’s, and we had a lot of losses them
    Nov13

    Vazgen Safaryan: Such thing happened in 1920’s, and we had a lot of losses them

    Armenia’s trade and economic relations with the EU and EAEU are almost equal, Vazgen Safaryan, Chairman of the Public Council’s Standing Committee on Financial-Economic and Budgetary Affairs, Chairman of the Union of Domestic Producers, announced today. “For us, it has been beneficial to be in the EAEU, where we have a large number of...