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    Protesters Clash With Police In Kyiv
    Oct17

    Protesters Clash With Police In Kyiv

    Protesters scuffled with police near Ukraine’s parliament building in Kyiv during an antigovernment demonstration. Police used tear gas to try to disperse the crowd of some 4,500 people, who were calling for Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to enact anticorruption reforms or step down. Injuries were reported by both security officers...

    The Daily Vertical: Farewell, Russian World
    Oct17

    The Daily Vertical: Farewell, Russian World

    The views expressed in this commentary do not necessarily reflect the views of RFE/RL. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Austria Swings Right
    Oct17

    Austria Swings Right

    In a year of surprise elections in Europe and the United States, Austria’s vote on Sunday did not disappoint. But the surprises didn’t come in the form of upsets. Overall, the polls leading up to the election proved to be accurate. As predicted, the center-right People’s Party (ÖVP) led by the baby-faced foreign minister...

    Latvian cabinet approves enlarged Ukraine OSCE observer mission
    Oct17

    Latvian cabinet approves enlarged Ukraine OSCE observer mission

    On 17 October, the Latvian Cabinet of Ministers made a decision on the appointment of two Latvian civilian experts to the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a release. …read more Source:...

    Protesters In Kyiv Demand Electoral Reforms
    Oct17

    Protesters In Kyiv Demand Electoral Reforms

    Thousands of opposition protesters demonstrated in the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, to demand reforms to the electoral system and new anticorruption measures. Minor scuffles were reported in front of the parliament building during the mainly peaceful protest. (RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service) …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russian Propaganda In Germany: More Effective Than You Think
    Oct17

    Russian Propaganda In Germany: More Effective Than You Think

    In the wake of the September 2017 German elections, many observers have been puzzled by the seeming absence of Russian interference in such a high-stakes European race. A representative New York Times headline posed the question most directly: “Why no Russian meddling”?In 2015 and 2016, Russian activity in Germany had followed the same toolkit...

    Saakashvili leads mass anti-government rally in Ukrainian capital
    Oct17

    Saakashvili leads mass anti-government rally in Ukrainian capital

    Former Georgian president and Ukrainian governor Mikhail Saakashvili has led a mass anti-government rally in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev. …read more Source: Iran...

    This Video Shows What Happens if Washington, D.C. Is Attacked with Nuclear Weapons
    Oct17

    This Video Shows What Happens if Washington, D.C. Is Attacked with Nuclear Weapons

    Harry J. Kazianis Security, It would be hell. While we all can certainly debate what is or isn’t a modern-day existential threat in its present form, we can all certainly agree terrorists and also lesser capable nation-states (consider impoverished North Korea, who has an economy smaller than Ethiopia, for example) are able to develop...

    UN Report: Inequality, Denial of Reproductive Rights Threaten Development
    Oct17

    UN Report: Inequality, Denial of Reproductive Rights Threaten Development

    A U.N. report warns gender inequality and the denial of reproductive rights and family planning threatens development goals, weakens national economies and will undermine efforts to eliminate poverty by 2030. In its annual State of World Population report, the U.N. Population Fund (UNFPA) describes the poorest women in most developing countries...

    Getting Tough with Aliyev
    Oct17

    Getting Tough with Aliyev

    “The Azerbaijani regime continues to use torture, politically-motivated criminal charges, harassment, international kidnapping, and other forms of intimidation to silence human rights defenders, independent journalists, and religious leaders,” said Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ), who chairs the House panel on global human rights. “It is evident that...