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    NATO, Russia Remain at Loggerheads Over Ukraine
    Jul13

    NATO, Russia Remain at Loggerheads Over Ukraine

    NATO and Russia remain at loggerheads over Ukraine but are considering a proposal to reduce the risk of accidental military confrontation in Baltic airspace, NATO’s chief says …read more Source: ABC...

    Flight MH17, two years on: ‘As far as I’m concerned, Putin killed my son’
    Jul13

    Flight MH17, two years on: ‘As far as I’m concerned, Putin killed my son’

    In 2014, young Richard Mayne was one of 298 people killed over rebel-held eastern Ukraine when a missile blew their plane out of the sky. On the eve of the second anniversary, his family have no doubt where the blame really liesOn 17 July 2014, Richard Mayne was upstairs in his bedroom, stuffing clothes into a suitcase. It was 1am. A few hours...

    Bishkek to host international conference "Better understanding for a better world"
    Jul13

    Bishkek to host international conference "Better understanding for a better world"

    Bishkek, July 13 / Kabar /. Bishkek to host international conference “Better understanding for a better world”, the press service of the State Committee for Religion of the Kyrgyz Republic reports. “In order to promote the ideas of cultural and religious diversity, inter-religious harmony and tolerance, the Civilizations...

    Time to bury Economic Man: why we make political decisions based on emotions over facts
    Jul13

    Time to bury Economic Man: why we make political decisions based on emotions over facts

    The importance of emotions over “facts” is something that the Leave campaign seemed instinctively to understand. In a recent BBC documentary a woman stood crying in front of a selection of potatoes at the supermarket. There was a dizzying array of potatoes on offer – but she just couldn’t choose between them. The presenter, David Eagleman,...

    NATO’s Russia Problem: The Alliance’s Tough Road Ahead Post-Warsaw Summit
    Jul13

    NATO’s Russia Problem: The Alliance’s Tough Road Ahead Post-Warsaw Summit

    Christopher S. Chivvis, Stephen J. Flanagan NATO, Europe Will these initiatives will be enough to meet the extraordinary new security challenges facing Europe and America? The meeting of NATO leaders in Warsaw over the weekend was partially overshadowed in the U.S. press by the tragic events in Dallas. But its significance shouldn’t be lost...

    NATO, Russian ambassadors meet to keep dialogue open
    Jul13

    NATO, Russian ambassadors meet to keep dialogue open

    BRUSSELS (AP) — Ambassadors from NATO nations met Wednesday with Russian envoys to explain decisions taken at the recent alliance summit and attempt to reduce tensions with Moscow. The meeting at NATO’s Brussels headquarters follows last week’s gathering of alliance heads of state and government in Warsaw. Among other things, U.S....

    Can Europe Stop Washington’s Military Provocations on Russia’s Borders?
    Jul13

    Can Europe Stop Washington’s Military Provocations on Russia’s Borders?

    Stephen F. CohenThe extremism at NATO’s Warsaw summit revealed doves in opposition to the new Cold War hawks, but not in the United States. …read more Source: The...

    NATO, Russian ambassadors meet to keep dialogue open
    Jul13

    NATO, Russian ambassadors meet to keep dialogue open

    Among other things, U.S. President Barack Obama and the other NATO leaders ordered a reinforcement of allies closest to Russia with four new multinational battalions for Poland and the Baltic states. In a joint declaration, Obama and the other leaders in Warsaw last week sternly accused Russia of “destabilizing actions and politics,”...

    What will Poroshenko discuss in Baku?
    Jul13

    What will Poroshenko discuss in Baku?

    The forthcoming official visit of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko with a large governmental delegation to Azerbaijan on July 13-14 is expected to give a new impetus to bilateral relations between the two countries. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s Sentsov ‘Victim Of Vindictive System,’ Says European Filmmaker
    Jul13

    Ukraine’s Sentsov ‘Victim Of Vindictive System,’ Says European Filmmaker

    Russia’s politically charged imprisonment of Crimean film director Oleh Sentsov has outraged critics as a perceived effort to suppress dissent on the Ukrainian peninsula following its forceful annexation by Moscow in 2014. Mike Downey, a film producer and the deputy head of the European Film Academy, talks about why the case remains...