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    Ukraine’s Poroshenko to block Russian social networks
    May16

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko to block Russian social networks

    President Petro Poroshenko slaps a ban on some of the biggest Russian sites, including VK and Yandex. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine blocks access to Russia websites
    May16

    Ukraine blocks access to Russia websites

    Ban steps up sanctions in retaliation for Moscow’s annexation of Crimea …read more Source: Financial...

    Ukraine blocks access to popular Russian social networks
    May16

    Ukraine blocks access to popular Russian social networks

    It also cut access to the Mail.ru email provider as well as the Kaspersky Lab cybersecurity and anti-virus provider. …read more Source:...

    US political chaos is a return on Moscow’s investment
    May15

    US political chaos is a return on Moscow’s investment

    Russia has yet to collect much of what it hoped for from the Trump Administration, including the lifting of US sanctions and recognition of its annexation of Crimea.But the Kremlin has got a different return on its effort to help… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    Interventionism and Ignorance Revisited
    May15

    Interventionism and Ignorance Revisited

    Kevin Quealy reports on the results of an experiment that tested geographical knowledge and related it to foreign policy preferences: An experiment led by Kyle Dropp of Morning Consult from April 27-29, conducted at the request of The New York Times, shows that respondents who could correctly identify North Korea tended to view diplomatic and...

    Every Woman Counts: Gender Budgeting In G7 Countries
    May15

    Every Woman Counts: Gender Budgeting In G7 Countries

    Finance ministers and central bank governors from the G7 countries met in Bari, Italy, this weekend to consider global economic issues, including steps to maintain economic stability and improving gender equality as important agenda items.Women’s economic empowerment has long been an international priority, of course. The G6—as it was...

    Marking end to spat, Netanyahu meets with Ukraine’s Jewish premier
    May15

    Marking end to spat, Netanyahu meets with Ukraine’s Jewish premier

    After nadir in ties over Kiev’s support for anti-settlement UN measure, PM says countries’ ‘friendship on a new path’ …read more Source: The Times of...

    Making Diplomacy Great Again
    May15

    Making Diplomacy Great Again

    The profession of diplomacy—which is the execution of foreign policy—is in crisis in the United States today. The rise of near peer competitors threatening the U.S.-led global security system, the disappointing results of U.S. Middle Eastern engagement—Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, even the Iran nuclear agreement—and the Trump Administration’s...

    Corbyn’s campaign chief is an apologist for tyranny
    May15

    Corbyn’s campaign chief is an apologist for tyranny

    The Conservative election campaign is not being run by a sympathiser with Nazi Germany. The Liberal Democrats apparently aren’t employing the organisational services of a supporter of Mussolini. The Scottish Nationalists haven’t retained any known ally of Pol Pot. It will sound fantastical but Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party falls...

    Seven countries to participate in song and music festival in Dubrovno
    May15

    Seven countries to participate in song and music festival in Dubrovno

    This year we expect guests from all regions of Belarus, as well as from Russia, Ukraine, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova and Poland, Lyudmila Dudareva said. …read more Source:...