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    Russia and NATO meet for first time in almost two years: What progress?
    Apr22

    Russia and NATO meet for first time in almost two years: What progress?

    Meetings between NATO and the Russian Federation were suspended following the conflict in eastern Ukraine and Russia’s annexation of Crimea. Does Wednesday’s meeting represent substantive progress? …read more Source: Christian Science...

    Ukraine bill bans   all movies filmed   in Russia after ‘14
    Apr21

    Ukraine bill bans all movies filmed in Russia after ‘14

    MOSCOW: Ukraine has banned all movies filmed in Russia after 2014, when Russia annexed the Crimean peninsula. President Petro Poroshenko signed the bill on Wednesday which also bans all movies produced by Russian companies and Russian citizens after 1991 if they “glorify the work of government bodies” of Russia. Russian films and television...

    U.S. Ground Forces in Urgent Need of Modernization
    Apr21

    U.S. Ground Forces in Urgent Need of Modernization

    Dan Goure Ground Forces, U.S. Army, U.S. Marines, Tanks, Infantry Fighting Vehicles, United States, Europe, Russia, North Atlantic, Ukraine “When will the Army and Marine Corps be ready to deploy the next generation of tanks and infantry fighting vehicles?” Ground combat is back and with its return an urgent need for the U.S. Army and...

    Obama sees another foreign policy goal crumble in Syria
    Apr21

    Obama sees another foreign policy goal crumble in Syria

    President Barack Obama’s most tangible success in his push to stop Syria’s bloodbath — a cease-fire struck in late February — is rapidly turning into a failure. His fiercest critics in Congress, meanwhile, are basically saying, “I told you so.” The always-fragile truce “may be breaking down” the president acknowledged Thursday while...

    Obama sees another foreign policy goal crumble in Syria
    Apr21

    Obama sees another foreign policy goal crumble in Syria

    President Barack Obama’s most tangible success in his push to stop Syria’s bloodbath — a cease-fire struck in late February — is rapidly turning into a failure. His fiercest critics in Congress, meanwhile, are basically saying, “I told you so.”The always-fragile truce “may be breaking down” the president...

    ‘Dangerous times’ for Europe’s journalists
    Apr21

    ‘Dangerous times’ for Europe’s journalists

    Ask Dunja Mijatović if conditions for journalists have improved in the six years she’s been the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe’s Representative on Freedom of the Media, and there’s a deep, exasperated sigh. Then a long pause. “We live in a more dangerous time for journalists,” Mijatović told POLITICO....

    Germany’s Merkel awarded Four Freedoms medal
    Apr21

    Germany’s Merkel awarded Four Freedoms medal

    The German chancellor has been honored for her work on Europe’s wave of migration and mediating conflict in Ukraine. The awarding institution said Merkel had shown “great moral leadership as chancellor of all Germans.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

    New Ukrainian finance minister apologises for offshore declaration error
    Apr21

    New Ukrainian finance minister apologises for offshore declaration error

    Ukraine’s Finance Minister Oleksandr Danyliuk, who has come under fire over alleged offshore assets, apologised on Thursday for failing to declare that he was director of two firms in Cyprus and one in the Cayman Islands while in public office. …read more Source: Channel...

    Russia cracks down on Crimean Tatars
    Apr21

    Russia cracks down on Crimean Tatars

    Two years after annexing Crimea, Russia is setting its sights on the Tatars that live there. Their representative body, the Mejlis, has now been outlawed. Protests from Ukraine and Strasbourg are being ignored. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    New Ukrainian finance minister apologises for offshore declaration error
    Apr21

    New Ukrainian finance minister apologises for offshore declaration error

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine’s Finance Minister Oleksandr Danyliuk, who has come under fire over alleged offshore assets, apologised on Thursday for failing to declare that he was director of two firms in Cyprus and one in the Cayman Islands while in public office. …read more Source: The...