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    Endangered Hawks
    Jun22

    Endangered Hawks

    The 2016 presidential election has been a dispiriting one for Americans interested in a having a more restrained and responsible foreign policy. The Republican field was overflowing with hawkish candidates, and Hillary Clinton arguably has the most aggressive foreign policy of any Democratic nominee since Lyndon Johnson. The Republican nominee,...

    A Trump Adviser Once Compared Sanctions Against Russia To Police Killing Black Men
    Jun22

    A Trump Adviser Once Compared Sanctions Against Russia To Police Killing Black Men

    WASHINGTON — One of Donald Trump’s main sources of information on foreign affairs is a Russophile who once compared lethal police brutality against unarmed black men to the U.S. policy of sanctioning Russia as punishment for its military incursions into Ukraine. In February 2014, Ukrainian protesters ousted president Viktor...

    Ukrainian PM Expects $1.7 Billion From IMF This Year
    Jun21

    Ukrainian PM Expects $1.7 Billion From IMF This Year

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Hroysman has said his country will receive a total of $1.7 billion in financial aid from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) this year. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Germany, Poland Into Euro 2016 Knockout Round
    Jun21

    Germany, Poland Into Euro 2016 Knockout Round

    Soccer world champions Germany have qualified for the knockout stages of Euro 2016 Group C after winning their final group matches. They will be joined in the next round by Poland. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Germany, Poland Into Euro 2016 Knockout Round
    Jun21

    Germany, Poland Into Euro 2016 Knockout Round

    Soccer world champions Germany have qualified for the knockout stages of Euro 2016 Group C after winning their final group matches. They will be joined in the next round by Poland. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    EU Agrees in Principle to Prolong Russia Sanctions
    Jun21

    EU Agrees in Principle to Prolong Russia Sanctions

    European Union nations have agreed in principle to extend sanctions against Russia for six more months to keep pressure on Moscow to respect the peace agreement in Ukraine.EU diplomats confirmed Tuesday that the 28-nation bloc’s ambassadors had agreed to prolong the… …read more Source:...

    EU Envoys Vote to Extend Russia Sanctions
    Jun21

    EU Envoys Vote to Extend Russia Sanctions

    European Union ambassadors meeting in Brussels agreed to extend current economic sanctions against Russia for another six months because the conflict in Ukraine remains unresolved. Envoys from the bloc’s 28 member states approved the decision in principle Tuesday. It still needs a unanimous formal approval by EU ministers which may come...

    The Latest: Firm Plans Money Exchange Limits During UK Vote
    Jun21

    The Latest: Firm Plans Money Exchange Limits During UK Vote

    LONDON — The Latest on Britain’s referendum on staying or leaving the European Union (all times local): 6:15 p.m. Money changing service TransferWise says it will be imposing restrictions on transfers involving British pounds from Wednesday until Friday, saying that “exchange rates are likely to be volatile” in the run-up to...

    Podcast: Why a Ukraine-style hack on US power grid isn’t likely
    Jun21

    Podcast: Why a Ukraine-style hack on US power grid isn’t likely

    Rob Lee, cofounder of cybersecurity company Dragos Security, who personally investigated the Ukraine hack, downplays the imminent risk of a major, isolated attack on the US power grid. …read more Source: Christian Science...

    EU agrees in principle to prolong Russia sanctions
    Jun21

    EU agrees in principle to prolong Russia sanctions

    European Union nations have agreed in principle to extend sanctions against Russia for six more months to keep pressure on Moscow to respect the peace agreement in Ukraine. …read more Source: FOX...