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    Ukraine’s unhappy anniversary
    Nov21

    Ukraine’s unhappy anniversary

    Today’s Dignity and Freedom Day in Ukraine, marking the third anniversary of the Euromaidan protests, is likely to be a muted affair. Since the revolution in 2014 ousted President Victor Yanukovych, Ukraine has been dependent on the international community to get back on its feet. The IMF has stepped in to plug the hole left in the...

    ‘Little bird’ Ukrainian anti-graft body may struggle to investigate MPs’ wealth
    Nov21

    ‘Little bird’ Ukrainian anti-graft body may struggle to investigate MPs’ wealth

    KIEV (Reuters) – The head of Ukraine’s anti-corruption agency compared its first failed attempt to launch an online wealth declaration program to a little bird hitting a glass window. …read more Source:...

    EU thinking about pre-Trump sanctions on Russia
    Nov21

    EU thinking about pre-Trump sanctions on Russia

    The future of the bloc’s sanctions against Russia will hang over an EU-Ukraine summit in Brussels on November. …read more Source:...

    The Morning Vertical, November 21, 2016
    Nov21

    The Morning Vertical, November 21, 2016

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

    Donald Trump’s New World Order
    Nov21

    Donald Trump’s New World Order

    Ten days after the election of Donald J. Trump to be the 45th President of the United States, there is a more or less complete lack of certainty as to which direction his foreign policy will take, but a great deal of speculation—much of it alarmist—based on things Mr. Trump has said in speeches and interviews. Yet few if any Presidents base their...

    Russia Says More Ukrainian ‘Saboteurs’ Apprehended In Crimea
    Nov21

    Russia Says More Ukrainian ‘Saboteurs’ Apprehended In Crimea

    Two more suspected members of a Ukrainian “saboteur group” have been arrested in Russian-annexed Crimea, Russian law enforcement officials say. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Former MI6 Chief: Trump could make Britain safer
    Nov21

    Former MI6 Chief: Trump could make Britain safer

    Donald Trump and Mike Pence ©Van Tine Dennis/ABACA/ABACA USA/PA Images If President-Elect Donald Trump is really the belligerent isolationist of his campaign rhetoric, then the United Kingdom’s national security is in a very difficult and potentially dangerous place. The two pillars on which our national safety rests are membership of the...

    The Daily Vertical: Until The Kremlin Denies It
    Nov21

    The Daily Vertical: Until The Kremlin Denies It

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

    EU thinking about pre-Trump sanctions on Russia
    Nov21

    EU thinking about pre-Trump sanctions on Russia

    Europe’s shaky resolve over extending economic sanctions against Russia, combined with a US president-elect weighing warmer ties with the Kremlin, should spell the end of the penalties tied to Russian encroachment in Ukraine, right? Wrong, say European Union insiders, Bloomberg reported on November 21. …read more Source:...

    Thai cops nab Russian drug fugitive after Interpol alert
    Nov21

    Thai cops nab Russian drug fugitive after Interpol alert

    THAI police have arrested a Russian national who had been hiding for over three years in the kingdom’s Bang Lamung district after receiving an Interpol notice that he was wanted on a drug charge in his homeland. Bangkok Post quoted deputy chief of Chon Buri immigration police Pol Lt Col Tawatchai Nongbua as saying that a manhunt for the...