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    Russian Public Unfazed by Panama Papers
    Apr07

    Russian Public Unfazed by Panama Papers

    People around the world have reacted with shock and outrage to the trove of documents leaked from a law firm in Panama that revealed secret bank accounts connected to hundreds of public officials, politicians and celebrities. The list of notables includes the current leaders of Argentina, Britain, China, Iceland, Russia, and Ukraine, among...

    Dutch PM – may reconsider Ukraine treaty ratification
    Apr07

    Dutch PM – may reconsider Ukraine treaty ratification

    AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said on Wednesday his government may have to reconsider ratifying a treaty on closer ties between the European Union and Ukraine. …read more Source: The...

    Dutch snub EU-Kiev pact, but exit polls cast doubt on turnout
    Apr07

    Dutch snub EU-Kiev pact, but exit polls cast doubt on turnout

    THE HAGUE – Dutch voters Wednesday rejected a key EU pact with Ukraine in a referendum seen as a barometer of anti-EU feeling, but low turnout cast doubts on whether the ballot was valid, exit polls showed. …read more Source: Bangkok...

    Outcome of Dutch vote on EU-Ukraine deal ‘too close to call’
    Apr07

    Outcome of Dutch vote on EU-Ukraine deal ‘too close to call’

    The outcome of Wednesday’s referendum in the Netherlands on closer ties between the EU and Ukraine is said to be too close to call. The vote is… …read more Source:...

    Kyiv, Washington Agree: Russian Threat Isn’t Going Away
    Apr06

    Kyiv, Washington Agree: Russian Threat Isn’t Going Away

    KYIV, Ukraine—The Ukraine war is going into its third year, and leaders in Washington and Kyiv are bracing for the possibility that Russian military brinksmanship may be the new status quo in Eastern Europe. In Ukraine, some worry the time soon may be ripe for an uptick in the Russian-backed war in the eastern part of the nation. Warm summer...

    Dialogue With Russia or Dialogue of the Deaf?
    Apr06

    Dialogue With Russia or Dialogue of the Deaf?

    The Washington Post asked an important question in an editorial late last week discussing the nature of Vladimir Putin’s regime in Russia: does his behavior in office disqualify him from being a strategic partner for the United States? When thinking about foreign policy we should remember Samuel Johnson’s admonition to James Boswell...

    Dutch voters snub EU-Kiev pact, but exit polls cast doubt on turnout
    Apr06

    Dutch voters snub EU-Kiev pact, but exit polls cast doubt on turnout

    Dutch voters on Wednesday rejected a key EU pact with Ukraine in a referendum seen as a barometer of anti-EU feeling, but low turnout cast doubts on whether the ballot was valid, exit polls showed. …read more Source: Channel...

    Keep a Close Watch on the Panama Papers, the Biggest, Most Damning Data Leak in the History of Journalism
    Apr06

    Keep a Close Watch on the Panama Papers, the Biggest, Most Damning Data Leak in the History of Journalism

    The Panama Papers. Sounds like a Bond movie only better. It involves an unprecedented data leak — 2.6 terabytes (enough to fill 600 DVDs) involving 11.5 million in tax and legal documents — and the largest collaborative investigation in journalism history involving more than 370 journalists from over 70 countries, according to the...

    Dutch referendum hangs in balance
    Apr06

    Dutch referendum hangs in balance

    Turnout of 29% for vote on controversial trade deal between the EU and Ukraine …read more Source: Financial...

    Exit poll: Dutch voters against Ukraine deal
    Apr06

    Exit poll: Dutch voters against Ukraine deal

    Exit polling in the Netherlands shows that a large proportion of Dutch voters have turned out to say against a trade agreement between the European Union and the Ukraine, but questions remain over the validity of the referendum vote. A law that went into force last year on such ballot measures require a voter turnout of 30 percent to be...