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    World Chess Olympiad – Round 10 Highlights
    Sep13

    World Chess Olympiad – Round 10 Highlights

    USA and Ukraine have continued the victorious ways to enter the final round tied on the first place with 18 points each. …read more Source:...

    Polish FM to meet Ukrainian president in Kiev
    Sep13

    Polish FM to meet Ukrainian president in Kiev

    Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski will visit Ukraine on a two-day visit on Tuesday where he is due to meet in Kiev with President Petro Poroshenko. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Controversy over EU, NATO Flags Desecration at Russophile Gathering
    Sep13

    Controversy over EU, NATO Flags Desecration at Russophile Gathering

    The socialist-backed presidential candidate, Maj Gen Rumen Radev, attended on Sunday a gathering of the “friends of Russia” and addressed the crowd. Radev spoke of the “hard time in relations between EU and Russia” and argued Bulgaria’s role would be to cooperate in overcoming the problem. “It is high time for...

    Malaysia’s incredible Paralympic performance at Rio continues with third gold
    Sep13

    Malaysia’s incredible Paralympic performance at Rio continues with third gold

    It’s a third gold for Malaysia at the Rio Paralympics, as long jumper Abdul Latif Romly broke the world record multiple times at the finals on Sunday. Latif, who was competing in the men’s long jump T20 (intellectual disability), broke the previous world record of 7.35 metres and set the new mark at 7.60 metres. SEE ALSO: 7 badass...

    The Myth of American Retreat
    Sep13

    The Myth of American Retreat

    The United States has been pursuing a grand strategy of primacy since at least the end of the Cold War. This hegemonic approach has sought, through active, deep engagement in the world, to preserve and extend the U.S.’s global dominance that followed the Soviet Union’s collapse. In other words, it has aimed to turn the unipolar moment...

    SS-21 Scarab: Russia’s Forgotten (But Deadly) Ballistic Missile
    Sep13

    SS-21 Scarab: Russia’s Forgotten (But Deadly) Ballistic Missile

    Sebastien Roblin Security, Eurasia While the world worries over other weapons platforms created by Moscow, this one is inflicting some serious battlefield losses. While NATO may preoccupied with the capabilities of Russia’s Iskander missile, the far more primitive Tochka, codenamed the SS-21 Scarab by NATO, has been responsible for hundreds...

    A New Ancien Regime In The White House
    Sep13

    A New Ancien Regime In The White House

    The United States is indeed exceptional. It is the only country that ushers in a new presidency by displacing thousands of the highest executive branch officials. How do institutional integrity and coherent foreign policy survive this upheaval?Placed in historical perspective, it is striking that shifts by Washington, and hence adjustments...

    Dolphins have a ‘highly advanced’ spoken language, study finds
    Sep13

    Dolphins have a ‘highly advanced’ spoken language, study finds

    Dolphins can carry on conversations in an advanced spoken language made up of pulses and whistles, a new study has found. While marine biologists have long understood that dolphins communicate within their pods, the new research, which was conducted on two captive dolphins, is the first to link isolated signals to particular dolphins. The...

    More Evidence NATO is Past its Prime: European Shrimps Lecture American Whale
    Sep13

    More Evidence NATO is Past its Prime: European Shrimps Lecture American Whale

    Denmark is a shrimp in the European ocean. A pleasant place to live, it is a geopolitical nullity. No one much cares what the Danes think about the world because, well, they can’t do much to change it. Unless they gain control of another nation’s military. Most notably that of the biggest whale around, the U.S. The last NATO Secretary...

    The Crisis of Liberal Order
    Sep13

    The Crisis of Liberal Order

    The liberal world order, a system based on open borders and open societies, is increasingly under attack. In the past, it was mainly left-wing anti-capitalists and right-wing nationalists who fulminated against globalization, while the mainstream consensus was solidly behind it. Not anymore.xIn the United States, the Republican presidential...