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    Russia’s Moves, Terrorism Fuel Talk of War in Europe
    Aug04

    Russia’s Moves, Terrorism Fuel Talk of War in Europe

    KYIV, Ukraine—Whether referring to Russian aggression in the east or to the threat of Islamist terrorism in the West, Europe’s political, media, and religious elite are increasingly using the word “war” to describe the Continent’s security challenges. The day after the July 14 terror attack in Nice, in which a man drove a large truck...

    There Should Be A Global Debate On Gun Violence
    Aug04

    There Should Be A Global Debate On Gun Violence

    I have spent most of this summer in Europe, during one of the most volatile periods I can remember. In only the past several weeks, gun violence and terrorism have hit Orlando, Dallas, Baton Rouge, Nice and Munich. In the US, the continued violence has reignited the crucial debate and search for an explanation on the specific cause of our...

    Why does Russia Periodically Destabilize the Situation in the South Caucasus?
    Aug04

    Why does Russia Periodically Destabilize the Situation in the South Caucasus?

    Interview with Mykhaylo Gonchar, head of Center for Global Studies “Strategy XXI,” Ukrainian expert on energy issues. Mr. Gonchar, the agreement on transportation of Iranian gas to Georgia through the territory of Armenia has been concluded. How will it be reflected in regional developments? I’ll observe it as strengthening of the position...

    ‘13,000 Jordanians studying medicine abroad’
    Aug04

    ‘13,000 Jordanians studying medicine abroad’

    AMMAN — Thousands of Jordanians are studying medicine and engineering abroad, raising concerns about the prospects for their employment when they return to the Kingdom, officials said this week. According to figures from the Jordan Medical Association (JMA) and the Jordan Engineers Association (JEA), some 13,000 Jordanians are enrolled in medical...

    Five Steps NATO Should Take To Deter Russia
    Aug03

    Five Steps NATO Should Take To Deter Russia

    Dan Goure Russia, Eurasia Here are five that should form the core of a U.S./NATO effort to enhance deterrence and stability in Europe. As events in Crimea, Eastern Ukraine and Syria have unfolded, the world has had a chance to see the new Russian defense strategy and force posture in action. Russian President Putin has successfully finessed his...

    OSCE monitors held at gunpoint in Ukraine
    Aug03

    OSCE monitors held at gunpoint in Ukraine

    The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe said Wednesday that one of its monitors was threatened at gunpoint in eastern Ukraine in an incident involving several armed and apparently drunk men of uncertain affiliation. …read more Source: The Local...

    Trump Campaign Lied About Ukraine Change
    Aug03

    Trump Campaign Lied About Ukraine Change

    Top Trump aide Paul Manafort swore that the campaign had nothing to do with a radical change in the official Republican Party position on Ukraine. He was lying. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Students of IAB International Academy of Business Summer School for Young Leaders Program visit VivaCell-MTS headquarters
    Aug03

    Students of IAB International Academy of Business Summer School for Young Leaders Program visit VivaCell-MTS headquarters

    Twenty 12-16 year-old students of the IAB International Academy of Business Summer School for Young Leaders Program visited VivaCell-MTS headquarters. The press office of VivaCell-MTS has told ArmInfo that during an interactive meeting the Company’s General Manager Ralph Yirikian introduced the guests to the managerial culture in...

    Trump tries to stop the bleeding
    Aug03

    Trump tries to stop the bleeding

    Donald Trump is facing a whirlwind of criticism from Republican leaders — including some of his closest allies — as he fends off reports of a staff shake up, another intervention and even rumblings that he could be urged to step aside as the party’s nominee. On Wednesday, Paul Manafort, Trump’s top strategist, flatly denied a report...

    Russia Looks to Napoleon for Economic Tips
    Aug03

    Russia Looks to Napoleon for Economic Tips

    Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev is turning to Napoleon Bonaparte for inspiration in jumpstarting his country’s economy and establishing a more watertight legal framework, according to news website Lenta. Speaking at a forum in Russia’s Vladimir region, Medvedev praised the Corsican-born commander’s rule and told a group...