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    Hackers Publish Kremlin Aide’s E-Mails, Allege Plan to Destabilize Ukraine
    Oct25

    Hackers Publish Kremlin Aide’s E-Mails, Allege Plan to Destabilize Ukraine

    Vladislav Surkov. Source: Wikimedia Commons.On Tuesday, the Ukrainian hacking collective “Kiberkhunta” (CyberJunta) leaked more than 2,000 e-mails from the inbox of Vladislav Surkov, an aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin who is often cited as a key advisor on the Kremlin’s Ukraine policy. The leaked e-mails, which are dated between...

    Hacked: Putin Aide’s Emails Detail Alleged Plot to Destabilize Ukraine
    Oct25

    Hacked: Putin Aide’s Emails Detail Alleged Plot to Destabilize Ukraine

    Ukrainian hackers have allegedly stolen the emails of Vladislav Surkov. …read more Source: Foreign...

    Rich countries may take lead in recession-proof debt project
    Oct25

    Rich countries may take lead in recession-proof debt project

    * G20 takes up growth-linked bond proposal * Crisis tool originally targeted emerging economies * But Britain, Germany may need to take lead * IMF to complete review early next year Some of the world’s most advanced economies may club together to sell growth-linked bonds, creating a market that could help avert future debt crises, sources...

    Is Russia Killing Off Eastern Ukraine’s Warlords?
    Oct25

    Is Russia Killing Off Eastern Ukraine’s Warlords?

    After a string of brutal murders, Donbass leaders are worried that someone very powerful wants them dead. …read more Source: Foreign...

    Canada seeks Russia unity
    Oct25

    Canada seeks Russia unity

    Ottawa, Wednesday Despite tensions over conflicts in Syria and Ukraine, Russia and the West have maintained a strong working relationship in the Arctic and Canada’s new Liberal government is looking to further bolster that cooperation. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has continued to press Moscow over its annexation of Crimea and its support...

    Kasparov Says Confrontation With West Putin’s ‘No. 1 Goal’
    Oct25

    Kasparov Says Confrontation With West Putin’s ‘No. 1 Goal’

    Kremlin foe Garry Kasparov says President Vladimir Putin is resorting to “external aggression” and increased confrontation with the West to bolster his image as Russia’s leader and maintain a “dictatorship” in the country. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Azerbaijan didn’t express intention to join EEU: Ivan Volynkin
    Oct25

    Azerbaijan didn’t express intention to join EEU: Ivan Volynkin

    “Trade turnover between Armenia and Russia is increasing, number of commodities is growing, however, there are issues linked to Russian ruble depreciation. It has dropped as compared to Armenian dram (AMD). Likewise exhibitions boost development of bilateral trade relations. It more contributes to regional cooperation, as participants are...

    Barack Obama to visit Germany, Greece
    Oct25

    Barack Obama to visit Germany, Greece

    U.S. President Barack Obama will visit Europe next month, making stops in Germany and Greece. He will arrive in Greece on November 15 and meet with the prime minister and president “and reaffirm our support for ongoing efforts to place the Greek economy on a path to sustainability and renewed prosperity,” the White House said in a statement....

    The United States and Europe Need Each Other
    Oct25

    The United States and Europe Need Each Other

    Come January there will be a new U.S. administration settling into the White House, with attendant personnel changes in key government positions, new ambassadorial and national security appointments, and several months of flux to follow as Washington adjusts to the new President. On foreign and security policy, there will also be the usual...

    2 Moscow airport workers involved in a plane crash that killed the CEO of Total had been drinking
    Oct25

    2 Moscow airport workers involved in a plane crash that killed the CEO of Total had been drinking

    Thomson ReutersMOSCOW, Oct 25 (Reuters) – Two Moscow airport workers involved in a plane crash in which Christophe de Margerie, the CEO of Total, was killed had been drinking alcohol, Russia’s aviation regulator said on Tuesday, saying the accident could have been avoided altogether. The French energy group’s chief executive was...