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    Cold War Casualties from Ukraine and Syria to the New York Times’s ‘Standards’
    Aug17

    Cold War Casualties from Ukraine and Syria to the New York Times’s ‘Standards’

    Stephen F. CohenFactional politics may have killed Obama’s proposed détente with Russia and the Minsk peace process in Ukraine while the Times publishes another gutter article—this one about Paul Manafort. …read more Source: The...

    Trump campaign chief ‘helped pro-Russians in Ukraine move money to US lobbying firms’   
    Aug17
    Trump shakes up campaign team again as Clinton surges
    Aug17

    Trump shakes up campaign team again as Clinton surges

    NEW YORK: Donald Trump on Wednesday restructured his campaign team for the second time in two months, fending off suggestions that his presidential run is in crisis as polls show Hillary Clinton cruising towards victory. The Republican White House nominee, who is tanking in swing states to his Democratic rival, hired a news executive from a...

    Yes, Clinton Is a Hawk, and It’s Silly to Deny It
    Aug17

    Yes, Clinton Is a Hawk, and It’s Silly to Deny It

    Matt Yglesias’ post on Clinton and foreign policy doesn’t make much sense: But despite the fears of her left-wing critics, Clinton is no neocon. Nor is there really much evidence to back up a broad-brush notion that Clinton is especially “hawkish” in a generic sense. Clinton’s record overwhelmingly reflects continuity, for...

    The Unhappy Campaign Of Paul Manafort
    Aug17

    The Unhappy Campaign Of Paul Manafort

    WASHINGTON ― This spring, as he was becoming chairman of Donald Trump’s campaign, Paul Manafort told friends that the candidate knew all about his work for foreign leaders and thought the criticism he received for it was a “badge of honor.” That was May. Now, in the heat of August ― after a series of investigative reports on...

    Kiev protesters accuse prosecutors of abetting corruption
    Aug17

    Kiev protesters accuse prosecutors of abetting corruption

    About 100 protesters in Kiev accuse prosecutors of abetting official corruption. …read more Source:...

    Outgoing U.S. Envoy: Ukraine ‘Can Survive Anything’ But Needs To Tackle Corruption
    Aug17

    Outgoing U.S. Envoy: Ukraine ‘Can Survive Anything’ But Needs To Tackle Corruption

    U.S. Ambassador Geoffrey Pyatt said that after making it through the tumultuous and violent year of 2014, “Ukraine can survive anything.” In an interview with RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service TV program, Our Freedom, Pyatt reflected on his three years of duty in Kyiv. He said that he regretted more had not been done to eliminate...

    BRUSSELS BLOW: EU’s visa-free travel deal with Ukraine near collapse over corruption fears
    Aug17

    BRUSSELS BLOW: EU’s visa-free travel deal with Ukraine near collapse over corruption fears

    UKRAINE’S bid to gain visa-free travel across the European Union for the nation’s citizens was fading fast today amid a row over the ability to prosecute corrupt officials. …read more Source:...

    Congo fear increases as sacrificial animals being brought to Lahore
    Aug17

    Congo fear increases as sacrificial animals being brought to Lahore

    The fear of Congo fever has increased in the city as sacrificial animals are being brought to Lahore from other parts of the province for Eidul Azha. According to an estimate, as many as 0.3 million sacrificial animals are slaughtered every year in the metropolis on the occasion of Eidul Azha and most of them are brought from southern Punjab,...

    Ukraine’s former PM makes sanctions plea
    Aug17

    Ukraine’s former PM makes sanctions plea

    Arseny Yatseniuk asks Nato to provide ‘defensive weapons’ to Kiev …read more Source: Financial...