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    Ukraine offers to increase food exports to Turkey
    Nov30

    Ukraine offers to increase food exports to Turkey

    Offer follows Russian sanctions in wake of shooting down of warplane …read more Source: Anadolu...

    After Talks With Putin, Obama Set to Meet with Turkish Leader
    Nov30

    After Talks With Putin, Obama Set to Meet with Turkish Leader

    President Barack Obama met with Russian President Vladimir Putin “on the margins” of the COP21 global climate conference in Paris, less than a week after Turkey shot down a Russian military plane. The meeting with Putin was not on the schedule, but Tuesday, there will be a formal bilateral meeting between Obama and Turkish President Recep Tayyip...

    The Response to Disruptive Forces Must Be Strong Leadership
    Nov30

    The Response to Disruptive Forces Must Be Strong Leadership

    This post was co-authored with Samuel Rachlin. The race to cash in on the peace dividend after the collapse of communism has rendered us in the “democratic, free and liberal” west unprepared for the threats of the 21st century. There was no contingency planning for the breakdown of the world order, for the resurrection of the...

    Putin: Turkey Shot Down Russian Jet to Protect Islamic State Oil
    Nov30

    Putin: Turkey Shot Down Russian Jet to Protect Islamic State Oil

    Russian President Vladimir Putin accused Turkey of shooting down a Russian warplane in order to protect the Islamic State’s lucrative oil trade, the latest in a series of inflammatory statements made by Moscow against Ankara. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Putin, Obama talk Syria, Ukraine
    Nov30

    Putin, Obama talk Syria, Ukraine

    Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Barack Obama held a meeting on the sidelines of the Paris climate conference that lasted for around 30 minutes, TASS reports. The meeting, which was held behind the closed doors, had not been planned or discussed beforehand. The presidents used the opportunity of attending the international...

    Ukraine: MP Reveals Documents Detailing Bribery Case Against Yatsenyuk Ally
    Nov30

    Ukraine: MP Reveals Documents Detailing Bribery Case Against Yatsenyuk Ally

    Ukrainian lawmaker Serhiy Leshchenko has revealed Swiss prosecution documents containing details of the case against Mykola Martynenko, deputy head of Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk’s People’s Front party. …read more Source:...

    Obama, Putin discuss Syrian crisis, Russian jet’s downing dispute
    Nov30

    Obama, Putin discuss Syrian crisis, Russian jet’s downing dispute

    Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Barack Obama held talks for around 30 minutes on the sidelines of a summit in Paris on Monday at which the two leaders discussed the Syria and Ukraine crises, a Kremlin spokesman said. Dmitry Peskov, the spokesman, told reporters that Obama had expressed regret at the meeting over the downing of a...

    Commission registers call for EU sanctions on Hungary
    Nov30

    Commission registers call for EU sanctions on Hungary

    The Orban government’s actions are “antidemocratic, xenophobic” says the “Wake up Europe!” petition. Hungarian commissioner opposes decision to go forward. …read more Source:...

    Obama meets with Putin in Paris
    Nov30

    Obama meets with Putin in Paris

    President Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the situation in Syria and Ukraine Monday during a meeting on the sidelines of the climate talks in Paris, a White House official said. Obama “expressed his regret for the recent… …read more Source: The...

    Germany deals IOC and Bach a message: No thanks, to Olympics
    Nov30

    Germany deals IOC and Bach a message: No thanks, to Olympics

    LONDON (AP) — Once again, German voters delivered a harsh and sobering message to the Olympic movement: No thanks. The rejection of Hamburg’s bid for the 2024 Olympics in a referendum sent out another clear signal that the IOC still has a lot of work to do to convince cities that hosting the games is a boon not a burden. “That’s why...