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    FT: Ex-Air Chief Threatens to Upturn Apple Cart of Bulgarian Politics
    Nov08

    FT: Ex-Air Chief Threatens to Upturn Apple Cart of Bulgarian Politics

    Socialist-backed presidencial candidate Rumen Radev is on the brink of winning the election to become the next head of state, “in the process potentially upturning the apple cart of Bulgarian politics,” the Financial Times writes. A story published after Radev came first in the November 06 presidential election explores the potential...

    Former Georgian President resigns as Ukrainian governor in protest
    Nov08

    Former Georgian President resigns as Ukrainian governor in protest

    …read more Source: AKIpress News Agency

    Nearly 1,000 Jews gather in Ukrainian city of Lviv
    Nov08

    Nearly 1,000 Jews gather in Ukrainian city of Lviv

    Nearly 1,000 people attend Jewish gathering in western Ukrainian city which honors alleged Holocaust era war criminals. …read more Source: Arutz...

    Estonia’s pro-West coalition collapses amid infighting
    Nov08

    Estonia’s pro-West coalition collapses amid infighting

    TALLINN: Estonia’s three-party coalition government collapsed on Monday as its two junior partners ended their cooperation with pro-Nato Prime Minister Taavi Roivas amid infighting over his leadership. “For the Social Democrats SDE and conservative IRL party the cooperation with the Reform party in this government has finished,”...

    How Will the World Change After the Election?
    Nov08

    How Will the World Change After the Election?

    American intelligence officials are used to forecasting how foreign elections will affect the United States. But whatever would foreign prognosticators make of Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, and the world of November 9 and beyond?We asked some of the smartest spies and analysts we know to turn the tables and imagine they were the National...

    No Matter Who Wins the Election, Putin Will Pretend to Oppose the Next U.S. President
    Nov08

    No Matter Who Wins the Election, Putin Will Pretend to Oppose the Next U.S. President

    MOSCOW ― U.S. President Barack Obama’s term in office will soon be over, but he has yet to achieve one of his main goals: fixing the rapport with Russia. Soon after he was elected, Obama announced the beginning of a new era of relations with Russia, an era which would allow Moscow and Washington to not oppose one another, but to cooperate....

    The 320 Europeans out to protect America’s elections
    Nov08

    The 320 Europeans out to protect America’s elections

    In a sparse, sunlit office just south of Dupont Circle in downtown Washington, with elections just 11 days ahead of them, an elite cadre of voting monitors is laying the groundwork for a national effort to document the fairness, and the legitimacy, of the most contentious American election in decades. Outside, on the campaign trail, Donald Trump...

    Ukrainian President Poroshenko pays official visit
    Nov08

    Ukrainian President Poroshenko pays official visit

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko will pay an official visit to Slovenia on Tuesday, which is seen as an opportunity to boost bilateral ties and affirm Slovenia’s support for bringing Ukraine closer to the EU. …read more Source:...

    Pro-Russian Candidate Wins First Round of Bulgarian Election
    Nov08

    Pro-Russian Candidate Wins First Round of Bulgarian Election

    Socialist-backed candidate Rumen Radev, who has called for an end to European Union sanctions against Russia, won the first round of Bulgaria’s presidential election, partial official results showed on Monday. Radev’s close-fought victory over ruling party candidate Tsetska Tsacheva makes the former air force commander the favorite to...

    Saakashvili quits Ukrainian post
    Nov08

    Saakashvili quits Ukrainian post

    KIEV – Mikheil Saakashvili, the former president of Georgia who resurrected his political career as a regional governor in Ukraine, resigned on Monday, accusing Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko of “personally supporting” corruption. Spitting out his words in anger during a press conference, he lashed out at officials he said were impeding...