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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Course Correction
    Oct17

    Course Correction

    Dimitri K. Simes, Pratik Chougule, Paul J. Saunders Global Governance, Americas America needs a foreign policy that abandons triumphalist clichés, flawed assumptions and predetermined conclusions in favor of facts and serious analysis. WHOEVER WINS the presidential race in November will face an uncertain world. With a serious and purposeful...

    Turkey Is on the Front Lines against ISIS’s Bomber Drones
    Oct17

    Turkey Is on the Front Lines against ISIS’s Bomber Drones

    Bleda Kurtdarcan, Barın Kayaoğlu Security, Middle East They’re already making a difference on the battlefield. Plowshares into Flying Swords Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV)—better known as drones—are great things. Their commercially available versions are really fun to play with, they shoot beautiful aerial videos, they help with...

    Pro-Russian rebel commander killed in Ukraine elevator bombing
    Oct17

    Pro-Russian rebel commander killed in Ukraine elevator bombing

    …read more Source: The Indian...

    Syria Could Face New Sanctions for ‘War Crimes’
    Oct17

    Syria Could Face New Sanctions for ‘War Crimes’

    Britain and the United States said on Sunday they were considering imposing additional sanctions on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his supporters for their actions in Syria’s war. British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, speaking after briefing allies in London on a new diplomatic initiative on...

    Syria Could Face New Sanctions for ‘War Crimes’
    Oct17

    Syria Could Face New Sanctions for ‘War Crimes’

    Britain and the United States said on Sunday they were considering imposing additional sanctions on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his supporters for their actions in Syria’s war. British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, speaking after briefing allies in London on a new diplomatic initiative on...

    Unipolar no more: With Russia and China’s growing aggression, the world is becoming increasingly multipolar
    Oct17

    Unipolar no more: With Russia and China’s growing aggression, the world is becoming increasingly multipolar

    Russian President Vladimir Putin visits a reserve for wild horses near the Urals city of Orenburg, about 1300 kilometers (800 miles) southeast of Moscow, Russia, Monday, Oct. 3, 2016. (Alexei Druzhinin/Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP) (Credit: AP) This article originally appeared on TomDispatch. In the strangest election year in recent...

    US, UK mull Syria, Russia sanctions (AP)
    Oct17

    US, UK mull Syria, Russia sanctions (AP)

    The US and the UK are considering further sanctions on Russia and Syria. …read more Source: The West...

    20 Serbs arrested over Montenegro vote ‘attack plans’
    Oct17

    20 Serbs arrested over Montenegro vote ‘attack plans’

    Montenegro said it had arrested 20 Serbs for planning to carry out attacks after voting ended in the Balkan nation’s tense parliamentary elections yesterday. The pro-Russian opposition – which opposes plans to anchor Montenegro in Nato – slammed the announcement of the arrests as propaganda, while Serbia sardonically questioned its timing....

    Is a new Cold War brewing?
    Oct17

    Is a new Cold War brewing?

    Since Russia’s invasion of Crimea in 2014 and the military operations in eastern Ukraine, the concept of a “Cold War” has become part of our daily lexicon again. …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    U.S., Britain considering new sanctions on Russia, Syria
    Oct16

    U.S., Britain considering new sanctions on Russia, Syria

    After latest talks make “no step forward” towards a cease-fire, Boris Johnson said he wants to make Russia “feel the consequences” of their military campaign …read more Source:...