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    UN Concerned about Cutting Official Aid to Displaced Ukrainians
    Apr08

    UN Concerned about Cutting Official Aid to Displaced Ukrainians

    07 de abril de 2016, 17:45United Nations, Apr 7 (Prensa Latina) The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) expressed concern today about the Ukrainian Gvernment''s decision to suspend the social aid to displaced people due to the conflict. …read more Source: Prensa...

    Netherlands voters reject trade deal between EU-Ukraine; Dutch gov’t could rescind approval
    Apr08

    Netherlands voters reject trade deal between EU-Ukraine; Dutch gov’t could rescind approval

    Doug G. WareTHE HAGUE, Netherlands, April 7 (UPI) — Dutch voters emphatically voiced their opposition Thursday to the new economic and political treaty between the EU and Ukraine, which could derail the accord. …read more Source: United Press...

    Can the U.S. and Russia Avoid an Arctic Arms Race?
    Apr08

    Can the U.S. and Russia Avoid an Arctic Arms Race?

    Kenneth Yalowitz, Vincent Gallucci Security, Eurasia Rivalries are less tense above the Arctic Circle—for now. The Arctic is currently experiencing major systemic changes as a result of climate change, which could produce greater international cooperation—or competition, and possibly conflict—among the states concerned. Both the United States and...

    VIDEO: Dutch Eurosceptics celebrate vote win
    Apr08

    VIDEO: Dutch Eurosceptics celebrate vote win

    Voters in the Netherlands reject an EU partnership deal to remove trade barriers with Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Battered EU the loser again in Dutch referendum on Ukraine
    Apr08

    Battered EU the loser again in Dutch referendum on Ukraine

    BRUSSELS (AP) — It once seemed a quaint formality, but the Netherlands’ referendum vote on a European Union free-trade deal with Ukraine produced a raised middle finger to the EU — and yet another serious challenge to the European dream. …read more Source: CNS...

    Putin’s New National Guard Strengthens His Grip On Security As Russian Economy Falters
    Apr08

    Putin’s New National Guard Strengthens His Grip On Security As Russian Economy Falters

    During a televised appearance this week, Russian President Vladimir Putin made a surprise announcement declaring the creation of a new National Guard, which will be headed by his former bodyguard, Viktor Zolotov.”A decision has been made,” Putin remarked on Tuesday, seated at a table with Zolotov and Vladimir Kolokoltsev,...

    Friend named in Panama Papers not corrupt: Vladimir Putin
    Apr07

    Friend named in Panama Papers not corrupt: Vladimir Putin

    Russia President Vladimir Putin Russian President Vladimir Putin said a friend of his named in the leaks had done nothing wrong and spent the money he earned from business on buying expensive musical instruments which he was donating to public institutions. Media reports based on the leaked documents from a Panama-based law firm alleged that...

    UK referendum on EU inspired Dutch vote
    Apr07

    UK referendum on EU inspired Dutch vote

    Forum for Democracy pressed for poll on Ukraine trade deal …read more Source: Financial...

    Dutch say ‘No’ to Ukraine-EU deal
    Apr07

    Dutch say ‘No’ to Ukraine-EU deal

    THE HAGUE: The Dutch “No” to an EU pact with Ukraine dealt a fresh blow to European unity on Thursday, handing eurosceptics a symbolic victory ahead of Britain’s in-out referendum in June. Ukrainians blamed their political leaders for not doing enough to tackle corruption and improve the country’s image. European leaders were licking...

    US Needs NATO Now as Much as Ever, Student of the Alliance Says
    Apr07

    US Needs NATO Now as Much as Ever, Student of the Alliance Says

    Policy leaders are reflecting on the legacy and future of NATO this week, the anniversary of the alliance’s creation 67 years ago. One of them is Luke Coffey, director of the Allison Center for Foreign Policy Studies at The Heritage Foundation. “[The United States’] involvement in NATO means that Europe stays relatively secure and...