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    Croatia Urged to Fine Tune Foreign Policy Goals
    Dec02

    Croatia Urged to Fine Tune Foreign Policy Goals

    A top adviser to Croatia’s former president says Zagreb has a right to pursue its own foreign policy goals – but it should learn lessons from its clumsy attempt to get involved in the conflict in Ukraine. …read more Source: Balkan...

    Russia accuses Ukraine of sabotaging Trump
    Dec02

    Russia accuses Ukraine of sabotaging Trump

    A top Russian official is accusing the Ukrainian government of undermining U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s presidential campaign by trashing him on social media and disseminating dirt on one of his close associates. A spokeswoman for Russia’s Foreign Ministry on Thursday contended that the Ukrainian government over...

    Companies in Russia Cautiously Optimistic After Trump Election
    Dec02

    Companies in Russia Cautiously Optimistic After Trump Election

    The election of Donald Trump as the next U.S. president has raised hopes in Russia for improved relations that could help investment and trade, especially if Western sanctions imposed over Ukraine are eased. U.S. and Russian companies at Moscow government-supported industrial park Technopolis are cautiously optimistic about prospects for...

    Ukraine seeks new food markets
    Dec02

    Ukraine seeks new food markets

    Ukraine is looking for new markets for its food exports due to a Russian embargo on products from the country. …read more Source:...

    Companies in Russia Cautiously Optimistic for Business After Trump Election
    Dec02

    Companies in Russia Cautiously Optimistic for Business After Trump Election

    The election of Donald Trump as the next U.S. president has raised hopes in Russia for improved relations that could help investment and trade, especially if Western sanctions imposed over Ukraine are eased. U.S. and Russian companies at Moscow government-supported industrial park Technopolis are cautiously optimistic about prospects for...

    The next war: Space
    Dec02

    The next war: Space

    Much international reporting is done these days about Mosul, Aleppo, the Turkish border, Iran, North Korea, Russia, Crimea and the South China Sea. No surprise, since these are places politicians talk about, where lives are lost, saved or left… …read more Source: The...

    Eastern Ukraine Conflict Set to Escalate, OSCE Monitor Warns
    Dec02

    Eastern Ukraine Conflict Set to Escalate, OSCE Monitor Warns

    The head of the independent body monitoring the cease-fire in eastern Ukraine has told VOA the conflict is on the brink of a major escalation. Monitors from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe report up to 7,000 cease-fire violations every week along eastern Ukraine’s 500-kilometer front line. Mission chief Alexander Hug...

    OSCE Monitors: Eastern Ukraine Conflict on Brink of Major Escalation
    Dec02

    OSCE Monitors: Eastern Ukraine Conflict on Brink of Major Escalation

    The head of the independent body monitoring the cease-fire in eastern Ukraine has told VOA the conflict is on the brink of a major escalation. Alexander Hug says heavy weapons are being used in civilian areas. As Henry Ridgwell reports, pro-Russian rebels continue to block monitors’ access to many of the conflict zones. …read more...

    Stéphane Dion says Canada, U.S. share interest in resolving Russia’s Ukraine incursion
    Dec02

    Stéphane Dion says Canada, U.S. share interest in resolving Russia’s Ukraine incursion

    The Foreign Affairs Minister wants to work with America to face the “challenge” posed by Vladimir Putin’s regime. …read more Source: Toronto...

    The President of Latvia, Raimonds Vejonis, addressed the illegal annexation of Crimea by Russia, and Latvia’s 25th anniversary since restoring independence at the UN
    Dec02

    The President of Latvia, Raimonds Vejonis, addressed the illegal annexation of Crimea by Russia, and Latvia’s 25th anniversary since restoring independence at the UN

    As the President of the Republic of Latvia, Raimonds Vejonis, pointed out in his speech during the 7lst session of the UN General Assembly on September 21, “it is still a very turbulent time in Europe’s security landscape.” In the statements that follows, the Latvian President explained his country’s viewpoints on the sovereignty and...