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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Lessons From the ‘Red Line’ Crisis
    Apr11

    Lessons From the ‘Red Line’ Crisis

    For many of us who were in the United States government in 2013, when the images of women and children writhing in pain in the Damascus suburb of Ghouta first brought the United States to the brink of airstrikes against the Syrian government, watching as 59 Tomahawk missiles were fired into a regime airbase in Homs was at once cathartic and not...

    Kharkiv joins network of Turkish Airlines
    Apr10

    Kharkiv joins network of Turkish Airlines

    Turkish Airlines has added Kharkiv as its 297th destination, across 120 countries, with the inaugural flight taking place recently. By launching flights to Kharkiv, the carrier “demonstrated its efforts to further enhance its expansion strategy”, the airline said in a press statement. From March 30, Kharkiv flights are being operated four times a...

    Populism at the barrel of a gun?
    Apr10

    Populism at the barrel of a gun?

    So far, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Polish Law and Justice (PiS) party Chairman Jaroslaw Kaczynski’s “illiberal” counterrevolution has meant cracking down on the independent judiciary, public media, and – in the case of Orban’s government – even private universities, such as Budapest’s Central European University....

    Khan Sheikhoun, Shayrat Air Base, and Now What?
    Apr10

    Khan Sheikhoun, Shayrat Air Base, and Now What?

    I wrote my first response to the U.S. cruise missile attack on Shayrat Air Base on April 7, 2017, at 2:30 p.m. EDT—in other words, about 18 hours after the attack. A great deal more has happened since, and it is in the nature of a crisis that this be so. One of the characteristics that make a crisis a crisis is that decision-makers on all sides...

    UN Security Council Discusses Climate Change Impact on Security
    Apr10

    UN Security Council Discusses Climate Change Impact on Security

    United Nations.- The UN Security Council held a meeting today under the Arria Formula to discuss the impact of climate change on international stability, a forum focused on the threat of sea level increase. Summoned by Ukraine, the participants in the session analyzed the situation of developing small island States, the most vulnerable to...

    ‘Covertech 2017’ in Doha to see increased participation
    Apr10

    ‘Covertech 2017’ in Doha to see increased participation

    More countries, than in the previous editions, are expected to participate in the third edition of the ‘International Exhibition for Decoration, Wall, Floor Covering & Lighting Technologies’ (Covertech 2017) slated from October 10 to 12 at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre, it was announced.Abdulaziz bin Hamad al-Ageel,...

    Eustream to help Ukraine
    Apr10

    Eustream to help Ukraine

    Ukrainian gas companies signed memorandum of understanding with Slovak Eustream and Italian Snam. …read more Source: The Slovak...

    World Relays CEO Carey Ready for Starting Gun
    Apr10

    World Relays CEO Carey Ready for Starting Gun

    CEO of the IAAF World Relays Bahamas 2017, RosamundeCarey, cannot wait for the first start gun of this year’s edition that is now a part of The IAAF World Athletics Series. So far 42 countries have submitted entries at the preliminary deadline and that is great news for the CEO who pointed out that at the last edition of the relays 43...

    If a War Between Russia and America Went Down: 5 Deadly Weapons Moscow Would Use
    Apr10

    If a War Between Russia and America Went Down: 5 Deadly Weapons Moscow Would Use

    Dave Majumdar Security, Middle East Could it happen? While anti-ship missiles get a lot of attention, submarine launched torpedoes are arguably a much more dangerous threat to U.S. Navy surface warships. Perhaps the most dangerous torpedoes that the Navy might encounter are high-performance Russian-made wake homing torpedoes. Wake-homing...

    Ukraine central bank chief resigns
    Apr10

    Ukraine central bank chief resigns

    Change in leadership expected to raise uncertainty for Kiev’s western backers …read more Source: Financial...