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    Russia Is Far From Isolated
    Jun30

    Russia Is Far From Isolated

    Nikolay Pakhomov Economics, Eurasia A recent economic summit shows the world still wants in. In 2014, when the White House started pressuring the chief executives of some of America’s largest companies to skip the event, the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) gained an additional symbolic meaning. After the twentieth SPIEF...

    President Obama’s speech to House of Commons: The full text
    Jun30

    President Obama’s speech to House of Commons: The full text

    U.S. President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau walk down the Hall of Honour on Parliament Hill Wednesday, June 29, 2016 in Ottawa. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson OTTAWA – Mr. Prime Minister, Mr. Speaker, members of the House, members of the Senate, distinguished guests, people of Canada, thank you for this extraordinary welcome,...

    Complete text of U.S. President Barack Obama’s speech to House of Commons
    Jun30

    Complete text of U.S. President Barack Obama’s speech to House of Commons

    OTTAWA — Mr. Prime Minister, Mr. Speaker, members of the House, members of the Senate, distinguished guests, people of Canada, thank you for this extraordinary welcome, which tempts me to just shut up and leave. Because it can’t get any better than this. Obviously, I’m grateful for the warm welcome. I’m extraordinarily grateful...

    Istanbul attack victims reflect city’s international nature
    Jun30

    Istanbul attack victims reflect city’s international nature

    Among those killed were people from Iraq, China, Tunisia and Ukraine …read more Source: Toronto...

    Russia Seeks to Reassure Over Brexit Volatility
    Jun29

    Russia Seeks to Reassure Over Brexit Volatility

    As Britain and Europe struggle to come to terms with the British vote in favor of leaving the European Union, financial markets are roiling across the globe, including in Russia. Even before the vote for a British EU exit, the head of Russia’s largest bank, Sberbank, warned that the country’s economic recovery would be at risk and...

    French FM Says Russia Agrees To NATO Talks After Summit
    Jun29

    French FM Says Russia Agrees To NATO Talks After Summit

    French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault says Russia has agreed to hold a Russia-NATO Council meeting after the alliance holds its July Warsaw summit. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    NATO Designates Cyber as Official Domain for Warfare
    Jun29

    NATO Designates Cyber as Official Domain for Warfare

    While the claim that hackers linked to the Russian government hacked the Democratic National Committee to steal research on GOP candidates certainly grabbed headlines, a more important story on cyberspace was unfolding in Brussels. In a press conference on June 14, NATO Allied ministers formally agreed to include cyber operations in its war...

    Turkey Has Become the New Front of ISIS’s War on the World
    Jun29

    Turkey Has Become the New Front of ISIS’s War on the World

    The bombs ripped through the busy airport terminal. Gunfire echoed. Hundreds of travelers and airport workers ran in terror while others dove for cover. Blood covered the floor as outside, screeching ambulances parted the crowd of stunned travellers. The gun and bomb attack on Istanbul’s Ataturk international airport on Tuesday could signal...

    Turks Step Up To Help The Injured And Stranded In Wake Of Istanbul Triple Suicide Bombing
    Jun29

    Turks Step Up To Help The Injured And Stranded In Wake Of Istanbul Triple Suicide Bombing

    ISTANBUL — It was 2 a.m. Wednesday, mere hours after the triple suicide bombing at Istanbul Ataturk Airport, when Hayati Kayan heard reports of taxi drivers overcharging tourists desperate to get away from the carnage. That’s when the young hotel owner decided he’d had enough. It was time to act.“I was so sad,” an exhausted...

    For pro-EU Ukraine, a chill wind blows with Brexit
    Jun29

    For pro-EU Ukraine, a chill wind blows with Brexit

    The crisis over Britain’s vote to leave the EU may worsens the prospects for joining a Europe already experiencing ‘Ukraine fatigue.’ …read more Source: Christian Science...