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    EU, Ukraine Postpone Summit Until September
    Apr28

    EU, Ukraine Postpone Summit Until September

    The EU says it has postponed an EU-Ukraine Summit that was scheduled for next month until September. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    The Kremlin’s Candidate
    Apr28

    The Kremlin’s Candidate

    Back when he hosted a prime-time talk show on MSNBC, Ed Schultz divided the world into heroes and villains. The heroes usually included Democrats like Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. The villains were most Republicans, and especially Donald J. Trump. When Trump obsessed over Obama’s birth certificate and academic credentials in 2011,...

    Obama’s European Folly
    Apr28

    Obama’s European Folly

    President Barack Obama’s recent — and most probably the last — visit to Europe was a failure. It could have turned the tide of declining relationship but ended up as a lackluster Good-bye toast. Multiple acts of terrorism in France and Belgium — and their intrinsic connection with the Syrian inferno — have threatened...

    Trump struggles to explain ‘America first’ foreign policy
    Apr27

    Trump struggles to explain ‘America first’ foreign policy

    WASHINGTON — Donald Trump strained to lay out a clear vision of his “America first” foreign policy on Wednesday, vowing to substitute hard-headed realism for what he called a post-Cold War era replete with U.S. national security failures. Yet the Republican presidential front-runner outlined no strategy for how he’d make the...

    Crimean Tatar Leader: Ban on Representative Body Act of ‘Updated Soviet Union’
    Apr27

    Crimean Tatar Leader: Ban on Representative Body Act of ‘Updated Soviet Union’

    The international community is criticizing Moscow for the decision by the Supreme Court in Crimea, the Black Sea peninsula annexed by Russia in 2014, to ban the Mejlis, the executive representative body of the Crimean Tatars, as an “extremist organization.” In rendering its decision Tuesday, the court was following the lead of Russia’s...

    Savchenko’s Lawyer Says She Has Received Forms For Extradition
    Apr27

    Savchenko’s Lawyer Says She Has Received Forms For Extradition

    Jailed Ukrainian pilot Nadia Savchenko has received official forms needed for her to be extradited from Russia to Ukraine, her lawyer says. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Governor General to present medals to Canadian military personnel – here is the full list
    Apr27

    Governor General to present medals to Canadian military personnel – here is the full list

    Governor General David Johnston will present Meritorious Service Decorations (Military Division) and Bravery Decorations to members of the Canadian Forces and allied forces at a ceremony at Rideau Hall, on Friday morning. Johnston will present 5 Meritorious Service Crosses (Military Division) and 18 Meritorious Service Medals (Military Division)...

    Nuclear Deterrence: Still Relevant Against Russia
    Apr27

    Nuclear Deterrence: Still Relevant Against Russia

    Constance Baroudos Nuclear Weapons, Deterrence, ICBM, National Security, Pentagon, Defense, United States, Russia, China Russia continues to modernize its nuclear triad of intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs), bombers, and ballistic-missile submarines in spite of economic troubles at home. According to a new Gallup poll 18 percent of...

    Former NATO Ambassador Urges Alliance to Counter Russian Narrative
    Apr27

    Former NATO Ambassador Urges Alliance to Counter Russian Narrative

    NATO should actively counter the Kremlin’s claim that the Western military alliance is expanding with the aim of threatening Russia, says a former U.S. ambassador to NATO. Russia’s new national security strategy, signed by President Vladimir Putin earlier this year, identifies NATO expansion as the number one threat to Russia. It says...

    US targets 11 countries for lax copyright protection
    Apr27

    US targets 11 countries for lax copyright protection

    WASHINGTON — China, Russia and India are among 11 countries targeted by the Obama administration for leaving American producers of music, movies and other copyrighted material open to rampant piracy. The U.S. is placing the 11 countries on a “priority watch list” that subjects them to extra scrutiny and could lead to sanctions if the...