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    [Ticker] France, Germany want easier ways to suspend visa-free travel
    Apr28

    [Ticker] France, Germany want easier ways to suspend visa-free travel

    They say the current safeguard clauses to temporarily shelve visa-free regimes are too complicated, according to the WSJ, and have circulated proposals to make the procedure easier. The European Commission recently proposed such agreements with Turkey, Ukraine and Georgia that would allow 120 million people easier access to the EU. …read...

    [Ticker] EU-Ukraine summit postponed to September
    Apr28

    [Ticker] EU-Ukraine summit postponed to September

    The EU-Ukraine summit that was planned for 19 May will be moved to September to give Kiev time to deliver on reforms it pledged under the EU association agreement, a European Commission spokesperson said on Wednesday (27 April). Ukraine recently appointed a new government. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine PM slams Russia’s outlawing of Crimean Tatar body
    Apr28

    Ukraine PM slams Russia’s outlawing of Crimean Tatar body

    Russia’s ‘nonsense decision’ can only strengthen our support for the Crimean Tatars, says Vladimir Groysman …read more Source: World...

    Ukrainian PM slams Russia’s outlawing of Crimea Mejlis
    Apr28

    Ukrainian PM slams Russia’s outlawing of Crimea Mejlis

    Russia’s ‘nonsense decision’ can only strengthen our support for the Crimean Tatars, says Vladimir Groysman …read more Source: Anadolu...

    The Kremlin’s candidate
    Apr28

    The Kremlin’s candidate

    Back when he hosted a prime-time talk show on MSNBC, Ed Schultz divided the world into heroes and villains. The heroes usually included Democrats like Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. The villains were most Republicans, and especially Donald J. Trump. When Trump obsessed over Obama’s birth certificate and academic credentials in 2011,...

    Report: Russia Detains Savchenko’s Sister At Ukrainian Border
    Apr28

    Report: Russia Detains Savchenko’s Sister At Ukrainian Border

    Reuters is reporting that Russia has detained Nadia Savchenko’s sister at the Ukrainian border after she visited the jailed Ukrainian pilot in prison. Reuters said a Ukrainian diplomat was headed to …read more Source: Big News...

    Report: Russia Detains Savchenko’s Sister At Ukrainian Border
    Apr28

    Report: Russia Detains Savchenko’s Sister At Ukrainian Border

    Reuters is reporting that Russia has detained Nadia Savchenko’s sister at the Ukrainian border after she visited the jailed Ukrainian pilot in prison. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Trump vows ‘America first’ foreign policy
    Apr28

    Trump vows ‘America first’ foreign policy

    Republican White House frontrunner Donald Trump/AFPWASHINGTON, Apr 28 – Republican White House frontrunner Donald Trump promised a top-to-bottom overhaul of US foreign policy Wednesday to put “America first” and make its allies pay up. In a major foreign policy speech short on specifics that left Washington experts scratching their heads, Trump...

    Syria, Bombs, and Political Rhetoric: An Interview with Zaman Stanizai
    Apr28

    Syria, Bombs, and Political Rhetoric: An Interview with Zaman Stanizai

    Dr. Zaman Stanizai is a professor of Mythological Studies at the Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, Calif. He also teaches Political Science at California State University, Dominguez Hills. He received his M.A. in Linguistics from the University of Washington and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Southern...

    Will the Russian Army Really Get 100+ Armata Tanks by 2018?
    Apr28

    Will the Russian Army Really Get 100+ Armata Tanks by 2018?

    Dave Majumdar Security, Europe Economics seem to hold the key. Uralvagonzavod is set to deliver the first batch of 100 operational T-14 Armata main battle tanks to the Russian Ground Forces between 2017 and 2018. Russian industry officials had earlier indicated that the new tank was already in production—which came as a surprise to many observers...