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    Russian Harassment and Other Fables
    Jul13

    Russian Harassment and Other Fables

    Whenever the subject of American foreign-policy catastrophes comes up, the word “Iraq” immediately comes to mind. But George W. Bush’s ill-fated invasion of that hapless land in reality did not do irreparable damage to the United States. That is not to trivialize the costs, including trillions of dollars and the deaths of thousands of...

    NATO, Russia to meet after troop boost
    Jul13

    NATO, Russia to meet after troop boost

    BRUSSELS: NATO and Russia on Wednesday hold their first talks since the alliance agreed at a summit in Warsaw to beef up its presence in eastern Europe due to fears over the Kremlin’s expansionism. The meeting between ambassadors from the 28-nation alliance and Russia is the first since April and just the second since 2014, when the Ukraine...

    The idealistic pull of the ‘Anglosphere’
    Jul13

    The idealistic pull of the ‘Anglosphere’

    LONDON — As I wandered around the anti-Brexit protests in London last weekend, I saw nothing on the many placards in the air that could counter the simple message of their opponents. The Leave camp’s “Take Back Control” and proliferation of national flags have a powerful emotional pull, one that pro-Europeans have struggled to deliver....

    Crimean Filmmaker Sentsov Turns 40 In Russian Prison

    Supporters in Ukraine and beyond mark Oleh Sentsov’s 40th birthday on July 13 — the third consecutive birthday the Crimean film director is spending behind bars in Russia, which convicted him of conspiring to commit terrorism on the annexed peninsula. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Poland’s Clash of Cultures Escalates
    Jul13

    Poland’s Clash of Cultures Escalates

    Unlike some central and eastern Europe nations, Poland has not seen a major push for an exit from the European Union in the wake of Brexit, but the country’s nationalist movements, whose influence continues to rise, are calling for deep reforms in the EU. Those calls are being led largely by young people, members of the post-communist...

    Turkey to give citizenship to Ahiska Turks
    Jul12

    Turkey to give citizenship to Ahiska Turks

    Interior Minister Efkan Ala says ethnic Turks fleeing Ukraine will receive nationality alongside Syrians …read more Source: Anadolu...

    The Tuesday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories
    Jul12

    The Tuesday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories

    Highlights from the news file for Tuesday, July 12 — FAMILY PLEADS FOR RETURN OF MISSING GIRL: Distraught family members are pleading for the safe return of a five-year-old Calgary girl whose mother was found dead in the basement suite where the two lived. Scott Hamilton, uncle of the slain woman, is asking that Taliyah Leigh Marsman be...

    Stavridis’ Dangerous Ideas
    Jul12

    Stavridis’ Dangerous Ideas

    The New York Times reports that Clinton is vetting retired admiral James Stavridis as a possible running mate: Some close to Mrs. Clinton, the former secretary of state, say she was always likely to have someone with military experience on her vice-presidential shortlist, and Mr. Stavridis, currently the dean of the Fletcher School at Tufts...

    DefMin: Bulgaria Maintains Well-Coordinated, Peaceful Foreign Policy
    Jul12

    DefMin: Bulgaria Maintains Well-Coordinated, Peaceful Foreign Policy

    According to Defence Minister Nikolay Nenchev, Bulgaria maintains well-coordinated and peaceful foreign policy. In an interview for private bTV station on Tuesday, Nenchev was firm that Bulgaria does not have two foreign policies. In his opinion, the country has a single foreign policy, there have never been discrepancies and each stance and...

    While NATO Discussed Russian Aggression, Fighting Spiked in Eastern Ukraine
    Jul12

    While NATO Discussed Russian Aggression, Fighting Spiked in Eastern Ukraine

    KYIV, Ukraine—Over the weekend, as NATO leaders in Warsaw, Poland, were discussing ways to counter Russian aggression, the conflict in eastern Ukraine concurrently spiked to its worst level in months. “I don’t think it’s a coincidence,” Stephen Blank, senior fellow for Russia at the American Foreign Policy Council, told the Daily...