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    Ukrainian Website Leaks More Personal Details About Journalists
    Aug04

    Ukrainian Website Leaks More Personal Details About Journalists

    A Ukrainian nationalist website has published an e-mail archive that contains copies of identification cards and personal information about Ukrainian and international journalists. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukrainian hackers leak IDs, personal data of journalists
    Aug04

    Ukrainian hackers leak IDs, personal data of journalists

    A Ukrainian nationalist website has published an email archive with copies of IDs and personal data of Ukrainian and international journalists …read more Source: U.S....

    Ukrainian hackers leak IDs, personal data of journalists
    Aug04

    Ukrainian hackers leak IDs, personal data of journalists

    A Ukrainian nationalist website has published an email archive with copies of IDs and personal data of Ukrainian and international journalists. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Thousands of Russians Call for Putin to Sack PM Medvedev
    Aug04

    Thousands of Russians Call for Putin to Sack PM Medvedev

    Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev is facing calls from the public to resign or be sacked after a series of controversial statements about the Russian economy. Medvedev is currently holding talks with ministries in a bid to plan the three next annual budgets at once and stabilize the ailing Russian economy. He said it will be difficult not to...

    Ukraine Rebels Warn of Return to Full Fighting ‘Very Soon’
    Aug04

    Ukraine Rebels Warn of Return to Full Fighting ‘Very Soon’

    Russian-backed rebels in Ukraine’s east have threatened a return to full-scale conflict “very soon” if Kiev does not recall forces away from the contact line, newspaper Izvestia has reported. Over the last two months violence in eastern Ukraine’s Donetsk and Luhansk regions, known collectively as Donbas, has risen to the highest...

    The Morning Vertical, August 4, 2016
    Aug04

    The Morning Vertical, August 4, 2016

    Your daily roundup. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    It’s Time for Armenia’s Leader to Go
    Aug04

    It’s Time for Armenia’s Leader to Go

    Image: Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan. Public Domain YEREVAN, Armenia — The bloody siege of a police station in Armenia is over, with President Serzh Sargsyan’s administration prevailing against the station’s 32 fringe-party occupiers. But the depth of public anger that surfaced in street demonstrations supporting the...

    Russia’s Moves, Terrorism Fuel Talk of War in Europe
    Aug04

    Russia’s Moves, Terrorism Fuel Talk of War in Europe

    KYIV, Ukraine—Whether referring to Russian aggression in the east or to the threat of Islamist terrorism in the West, Europe’s political, media, and religious elite are increasingly using the word “war” to describe the Continent’s security challenges. The day after the July 14 terror attack in Nice, in which a man drove a large truck...

    There Should Be A Global Debate On Gun Violence
    Aug04

    There Should Be A Global Debate On Gun Violence

    I have spent most of this summer in Europe, during one of the most volatile periods I can remember. In only the past several weeks, gun violence and terrorism have hit Orlando, Dallas, Baton Rouge, Nice and Munich. In the US, the continued violence has reignited the crucial debate and search for an explanation on the specific cause of our...

    Five Steps NATO Should Take To Deter Russia
    Aug03

    Five Steps NATO Should Take To Deter Russia

    Dan Goure Russia, Eurasia Here are five that should form the core of a U.S./NATO effort to enhance deterrence and stability in Europe. As events in Crimea, Eastern Ukraine and Syria have unfolded, the world has had a chance to see the new Russian defense strategy and force posture in action. Russian President Putin has successfully finessed his...