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    U.S. Ambassador To UN Says Russia ‘Tearing Down’ World Order
    Jan17

    U.S. Ambassador To UN Says Russia ‘Tearing Down’ World Order

    The outgoing U.S. ambassador to the United Nations has accused Russia of engaging in aggressive and destabilizing actions that she says are threatening the rules-based international order. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    ‘It’s the Crimea model’: Kosovo accuses Serbia of seeking to annex province
    Jan17

    ‘It’s the Crimea model’: Kosovo accuses Serbia of seeking to annex province

    Kosovo officially declared independence from Serbia in 2008. The Muslim-majority nation had been administered by the United Nations since 1999, when NATO bombed Serbia — a move that forced then-President Slobodan Milosevic to withdraw his troops from the breakaway province. Now, almost 20 years after Kosovo first broke with Serbia and a decade...

    Libya turns into an arena for conflict between Russia and the West
    Jan17

    Libya turns into an arena for conflict between Russia and the West

    It seems that Libya has been drawn into a new phase of international conflict between Russia and the West, especially after Russian warships arrived in Libyan waters. This occurred amid expectations of Moscow seeking to establish a military base in Libya, as well as Italy’s deployment of military units in Tripoli under the pretext of...

    With friends like these: Donald Trump’s anti-NATO and anti-EU stance scaring America’s European allies
    Jan17

    With friends like these: Donald Trump’s anti-NATO and anti-EU stance scaring America’s European allies

    Angela Merkel; Donald Trump (Credit: Getty/Odd Andersen/Reuters/Chris Keane) President-elect Donald Trump has alarmed America’s European allies with proclamations against NATO and the European Union that are worrying for most of Europe — but are being applauded by Vladimir Putin’s Russia. “People want their own identity, so if you ask...

    Emerging stock markets, currencies rise
    Jan17

    Emerging stock markets, currencies rise

    Dollar weakness and Turkish central bank liquidity tightening provided some support to the Turkish lira yesterday, whilst a move lower in US treasury yields improved risk appetite, boosting emerging equities. Some of the most beaten-down emerging market currencies, such as the lira and the Mexican peso, made some decent gains in early trading...

    Ukraine, a “Supermarket” for Guns
    Jan17

    Ukraine, a “Supermarket” for Guns

    Ukraine has long had a tricky relationship with guns. In the course of its post-Soviet history, it has been the only country in Europe without legislation governing the civilian possession of firearms. More than a dozen laws have been proposed, but none have been passed by parliament. Instead, Ukrainian gun ownership is regulated by ordinances...

    Ukraine files complaint against Russia with UN high court
    Jan17

    Ukraine files complaint against Russia with UN high court

    Kiev has filed a legal case against Moscow with the International Court of Justice (ICJ), demanding a stop to Russia’s alleged interference in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Iran...

    Ukraine Files 'Terrorism' Case against Russia at World Court
    Jan17

    Ukraine Files 'Terrorism' Case against Russia at World Court

    NNA – Ukraine has filed a case at the U.N.39;s top court accusing Russia of sponsoring “terrorism” and demanding Moscow pay damages for the shelling of civilians and the downing of flight MH17, off …read more Source: National News...

    Marine Le Pen To Recognise Crimea As Part of Russia If Elected President
    Jan17

    Marine Le Pen To Recognise Crimea As Part of Russia If Elected President

    The leader of the French far right-wing party National Front (FN) Marine Le Pen stated to the Russian newspaper Izvestiya that she will recognise the Crimea as part of Russia if elected president of France. Three months before the presidential elections in the country, the candidate of the far right has strong chances of reaching the second round...

    Estonian minister: Russia sanctions shouldn’t be lifted as reward for cooperation elsewhere
    Jan17

    Estonian minister: Russia sanctions shouldn’t be lifted as reward for cooperation elsewhere

    Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sven Misker said on Tuesday that he did not support the idea of easing sanctions imposed on Russia as a result of its actions in Ukraine as a reward for Moscow cooperating in some other area. …read more Source:...