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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Poland’s ‘powerholic’
    Jul08

    Poland’s ‘powerholic’

    ARSAW — Jarosław Kaczyński’s office is located on the first floor of a ramshackle building in central Warsaw. There’s a pool hall in the basement and a Japanese restaurant around the corner. The simple sign on the glass door reads only, “The office of member of parliament Jarosław Kaczyński.” Everyone knows not to knock without prior...

    dna Morning Must Reads: Modi in Africa, Govt’s probe into Zakir Naik’s speeches, France beat Germany; and more
    Jul08

    dna Morning Must Reads: Modi in Africa, Govt’s probe into Zakir Naik’s speeches, France beat Germany; and more

    1. Controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik may lose Peace (TV) over row; govt to probe his Speeches Union Home ministry, Mumbai police to probe into his speeches, FB posts; Channel has no licence. Read more here 2. Sushma Swaraj’s tweet ends ordeal for Assam girl detained in Istanbul Airport When 20-year-old Aradhana Barooah was heading...

    NATO should not abandon Georgia
    Jul08

    NATO should not abandon Georgia

    The U.K.’s referendum to leave the European Union sent political shockwaves across Europe and has cast a shadow of uncertainty on the future of the European project. But the Continent’s lack of strategic vision could have especially dangerous consequences for those still seeking to join its ranks — and for Georgia especially. Georgia...

    Ex-Chile army chief detained over dictatorship-era deaths
    Jul08

    Ex-Chile army chief detained over dictatorship-era deaths

    He is accused of complicity in the killing of 15 people during the “Caravan of Death” in 1973U.S. records show Pinochet complicity in assassination – Chilean senatorChilean protesters, police clash on anniverary of Pinochet-led coupThe forgotten coup – and how the godfather rules from Canberra to Kiev …read more...

    Ex-Chile army chief detained over dictatorship-era deaths
    Jul08

    Ex-Chile army chief detained over dictatorship-era deaths

    He is accused of complicity in the killing of 15 people during the “Caravan of Death” in 1973U.S. records show Pinochet complicity in assassination – Chilean senatorChilean protesters, police clash on anniverary of Pinochet-led coupThe forgotten coup – and how the godfather rules from Canberra to Kiev …read more...

    Trump’s adviser avoids questions about US’ policy on Russia
    Jul08

    Trump’s adviser avoids questions about US’ policy on Russia

    Carter Page, a foreign-policy adviser to US presidential candidate Donald Trump avoided all questions about how the United States should shape its policy towards Russia. (Source: AP) A foreign-policy adviser to US presidential candidate Donald Trump avoided all questions about how the United States should shape its policy towards Russia on a...

    US State Secretary arrives in Ukraine ahead of NATO summit
    Jul08

    US State Secretary arrives in Ukraine ahead of NATO summit

    US Secretary of State is in Ukraine just ahead of a crucial NATO meeting in Poland. …read more Source:...

    Trudeau rattles a sabre at Russia
    Jul08

    Trudeau rattles a sabre at Russia

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in Davos, Switzerland on Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan Canada’s planned deployment of a battlegroup to Eastern Europe to confront a newly belligerent Russia goes a long way toward overturning the narrative that sees Prime Minister...

    Fictional Video Shows Washington, D.C. Being Obliterated by a Nuclear Weapon
    Jul08

    Fictional Video Shows Washington, D.C. Being Obliterated by a Nuclear Weapon

    Harry J. Kazianis Security, Could this really happen? If history tells us anything, the answer is a shocking yes. The present national security environment America faces today is loaded with challenges as far as the eye can see—but it might just be the dangers we don’t see coming or fail to see, those that are so difficult to imagine, so...

    For tiny Estonia, deterring Russia requires major backup
    Jul08

    For tiny Estonia, deterring Russia requires major backup

    HARI SREENIVASAN: Tonight, our series Fault Lines takes us to Estonia. Unlike Ukraine, where we spent the last two nights, Estonia is a member of NATO, one of the alliance’s smallest countries, but among its most committed members. Today, Estonians say they need NATO more than ever because their fears about a resurgent Russia are the...