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    Fighting corruption, Ukraine starts to judge its judges
    May25

    Fighting corruption, Ukraine starts to judge its judges

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian judge Artur Yemelianov has acknowledged in an online declaration that he owns a Breguet watch worth nearly a third of his annual salary and keeps piles of cash. …read more Source:...

    Fighting Corruption, Ukraine Starts to Judge Its Judges
    May25

    Fighting Corruption, Ukraine Starts to Judge Its Judges

    By Natalia ZinetsKIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian judge Artur Yemelianov has acknowledged in an online declaration that he owns a Breguet watch worth… …read more Source: U.S....

    Russians discussed how to influence Trump via his aides: NYT
    May25

    Russians discussed how to influence Trump via his aides: NYT

    Retired Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, then-incoming White House national security adviser, speaks at the U.S. Institute of Peace ”2017 Passing the Baton” conference in Washington on January 10, 2017. Photo: Reuters/fileSenior Russian intelligence and political officials discussed how to influence Donald Trump through his advisers...

    Kazakhstan hosts forum on Internet development in Central Asia
    May25

    Kazakhstan hosts forum on Internet development in Central Asia

    ALMATY (TCA) — The OSCE-supported eighth annual Central Asian Forum on Internet Development began on May 24 in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Some 150 government officials, representatives from civil society, media-related non-governmental organizations, professional associations, experts, lawyers and journalists from the Czech Republic, Germany, Italy,...

    Ukraine brews up Trump beer with Putin twist
    May25

    Ukraine brews up Trump beer with Putin twist

    A craft brewery in Ukraine has cashed in on the frenzy surrounding Donald Trump’s possible campaign links to Russia by bottling a lager with a label featuring the US president and Vladimir Putin peeking from behind. …read more Source: The Times of...

    Trump’s New and Misguided Respect for NATO
    May25

    Trump’s New and Misguided Respect for NATO

    President Donald Trump is continuing his foreign odyssey with a stop in Brussels to meet leaders of other NATO members. The visit is primarily a meet-and-greet highlighted by dinner, but it illustrates the president’s apparent capture by Washington’s conventional wisdom. No international institution may better illustrate Public Choice...

    Trump: As US mulls action on steel, foreign producers urge caution
    May25

    Trump: As US mulls action on steel, foreign producers urge caution

    Foreign steel producers on Wednesday called for prudence as the Trump administration considers possible actions to shield domestic companies from unfair imports on national security grounds. Foreign steel producers on Wednesday called for prudence as the Trump administration considers possible actions to shield domestic companies from unfair...

    Russian Officials Discussed Influencing Trump Campaign Advisers: Report
    May25

    Russian Officials Discussed Influencing Trump Campaign Advisers: Report

    U.S. spies learned last summer that Russian intelligence and political officials were discussing ways to exert influence over Donald Trump through his presidential campaign advisers, the New York Times reported on May 24, citing anonymous U.S. officials. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    PM in Brussels for NATO summit, where terrorism, cost of defence top agenda
    May25

    PM in Brussels for NATO summit, where terrorism, cost of defence top agenda

    BRUSSELS — The new headquarters of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization — a massive, state-of-the-art facility that cost more than a billion euros to build — was designed to help the military alliance step boldly into the future. The building is not completely ready, but on Thursday it will nonetheless greet U.S. President Donald Trump for an...

    Canadian History Hall spanning 15,000 years opens for nation’s 150th birthday
    May25

    Canadian History Hall spanning 15,000 years opens for nation’s 150th birthday

    Inside the soon-to-open Canadian History Hall are potent national symbols like an astrolabe said to have belonged to explorer Samuel de Champlain, the last spike of the Canadian Pacific Railroad and a T-shirt worn by Terry Fox. Visitors can shelter under a symbolic family tree that represents the more than 600 descendants of one of the brave...