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    Khodorkovsky urges UK to sanction Russian elites (AFP)
    Nov08

    Khodorkovsky urges UK to sanction Russian elites (AFP)

    London (AFP) – Former oil tycoon and Kremlin foe Mikhail Khodorkovsky on Tuesday urged British MPs to punish corrupt Russian officials with assets in Britain, saying broader sanctions on Russia did not work. …read more Source: The West...

    UN condemns Israel 10 times, 3 for rest of world combined
    Nov08

    UN condemns Israel 10 times, 3 for rest of world combined

    GENEVA, Nov. 8, 2016 – The U.N. General Assembly nearly completed voting today on 10 resolutions against Israel, compared to three for the rest of the world combined, with one each slated for Syria, Iran, and Crimea. See full list here. …read more Source: Canada Free...

    Khodorkovsky urges UK to sanction Russian elites
    Nov08

    Khodorkovsky urges UK to sanction Russian elites

    Former oil tycoon and Kremlin foe Mikhail Khodorkovsky Tuesday urged British MPs to punish corrupt Russian officials with assets in Britain, saying broader sanctions on Russia did not work. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Clinton v Trump: how will the Middle East be affected under a new administration?
    Nov08

    Clinton v Trump: how will the Middle East be affected under a new administration?

    Millions of US citizens turn out on Tuesday to polling stations to vote for the 45th president of the US. The elections will conclude a bitter battle, full of vitriol and hostility, between Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican candidate Donald Trump. The months-long debates that were loaded with scandals and mutual accusations have...

    EU Agrees New Sanctions Against Crimea Officials, EU’s Presidency Says
    Nov08

    EU Agrees New Sanctions Against Crimea Officials, EU’s Presidency Says

    European Union finance ministers agreed on Tuesday new targeted sanctions against Crimean officials, adding to restrictive measures adopted after Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014. “The Council adopted new listings under the restrictive measures in respect of actions undermining Ukraine’s territorial integrity,”...

    EU adds to Crimea sanctions blacklist
    Nov08

    EU adds to Crimea sanctions blacklist

    EU diplomatic sources said six Crimea deputies elected to Russia’s Duma had been added to two already on the blacklist. …read more Source: World...

    U.S. Presidential Election: What Is Russian Media Saying on Polling Day?
    Nov08

    U.S. Presidential Election: What Is Russian Media Saying on Polling Day?

    Russian President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov cut a calm figure Tuesday, saying the Kremlin would “follow (the U.S. presidential election) along with other international events,” the state news agency Itar-Tass reported. The Kremlin was open to working with either candidate, he said. Yet as polls in the U.S. opened, the message...

    Clinton’s Foreign Policy Will Obviously Be More Aggressive, So Why Pretend Otherwise?
    Nov08

    Clinton’s Foreign Policy Will Obviously Be More Aggressive, So Why Pretend Otherwise?

    James Traub gamely tries to convince us (and himself) that Clinton’s foreign policy won’t be as aggressive and meddlesome as she says it will be, but he undermines his argument when he says this: As a senator and later secretary of state, she rarely departed from the counsel of senior military officials. She was far more persuaded of...

    Poroshenko commented on Saakashvili’s resignation
    Nov08

    Poroshenko commented on Saakashvili’s resignation

    The head of Ukraine said nothing shall prevent Saakashvili to do politics in opposition. …read more Source:...

    EU adds to Crimea sanctions blacklist (AFP)
    Nov08

    EU adds to Crimea sanctions blacklist (AFP)

    Brussels (AFP) – The European Union has added several people, including some recently elected to Russia’s parliament, to its sanctions blacklist for their role in supporting Moscow’s seizure of Crimea from Ukraine, officials said Tuesday. …read more Source: The West...