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    Here’s an In-Depth Analysis of Trump’s Policy Proposals in His State of the Union Speech
    Jan31

    Here’s an In-Depth Analysis of Trump’s Policy Proposals in His State of the Union Speech

    President Donald Trump delivered his first State of the Union address on Tuesday night. Experts from The Heritage Foundation weighed in with responses on various policy fronts. Here’s what they had to say. Economy Law Immigration Defense & Foreign Policy Energy & Infrastructure Health Care Education Economy Tax Reform Is Delivering...

    Here’s an In-Depth Analysis of Trump’s Policy Proposals in His State of the Union Speech
    Jan31

    Here’s an In-Depth Analysis of Trump’s Policy Proposals in His State of the Union Speech

    President Donald Trump delivered his first State of the Union address on Tuesday night. Experts from The Heritage Foundation weighed in with responses on various policy fronts. Here’s what they had to say. Economy Law Immigration Defense & Foreign Policy Energy & Infrastructure Health Care Education Economy Tax Reform Is Delivering...

    In Ukraine, Ultranationalist Militia Strikes Fear In Some Quarters
    Jan31

    In Ukraine, Ultranationalist Militia Strikes Fear In Some Quarters

    They swore to protect Ukraine from criminals, but rights groups warn that 600 right-wingers on patrol could fuel intimidation and violence in Kyiv. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    ‘Kremlin Report’ Targets Russian Elite, Putin Signals Muted Response
    Jan31

    ‘Kremlin Report’ Targets Russian Elite, Putin Signals Muted Response

    The U.S. Treasury Department released a list of 210 officials and billionaires from Russia’s ruling elite, exposing them to scrutiny and potential future sanctions in a move President Vladimir Putin called an “unfriendly act” and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said would “poison” ties for a long time to come....

    ‘Kremlin Report’ Targets Russian Elite, Putin Signals Muted Response
    Jan31

    ‘Kremlin Report’ Targets Russian Elite, Putin Signals Muted Response

    The U.S. Treasury Department released a list of 210 officials and billionaires from Russia’s ruling elite, exposing them to scrutiny and potential future sanctions in a move President Vladimir Putin called an “unfriendly act” and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said would “poison” ties for a long time to come....

    Russia High Court Upholds Election Ban for Opposition Leader
    Jan06

    Russia High Court Upholds Election Ban for Opposition Leader

    Russia’s Supreme Court has upheld a ruling barring opposition leader Alexei Navalny from running in the March presidential election. The high court upheld the Central Election Commission’s decision banning Navalny from running because of his conviction on criminal charges. Navalny and his followers say those charges were politically...

    Ukraine Is Building Its Own Tank-Killer Missiles to Fight Russia
    Jan06

    Ukraine Is Building Its Own Tank-Killer Missiles to Fight Russia

    Sebastien Roblin Security, But will they work? In June 2015, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko famously requested exactly 1,240 Javelin missiles—one for every former Soviet nuclear warhead that Ukraine voluntarily decommissioned in the 1990s. The former Soviet state was ruing its lack of deterrence after Russian tanks and artillery intervened...

    Anne Applebaum receives honorary doctorate at NaUKMA
    Jan05

    Anne Applebaum receives honorary doctorate at NaUKMA

    KYIV – Anne Applebaum, journalist, historian and Pulitzer Prize-winning author, received an honorary doctorate at the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (known by the acronym NaUKMA) during a ceremony on December 16, 2017, in a packed university auditorium filled by over 750 students. Many of the students asked excellent questions after...

    Crimean peninsula as playground for Russian-Ukrainian spy war
    Jan05

    Crimean peninsula as playground for Russian-Ukrainian spy war

    A Russian court in occupied Sevastopol back on November 16, 2017, sentenced Ukrainian former military expert Dmitry Shtyblykov to five years imprisonment in a strict penal colony (Regnum, November 16). Mr. Shtyblykov worked at the think tank Nomos, which, prior to the illegal annexation of Crimea in 2014, operated in Sevastopol. A year earlier,...

    The Steele dossier, explained
    Jan05

    The Steele dossier, explained

    Republican senators want the author of the “pee tape” document arrested. Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Chuck Grassley (R-IA) made the first criminal referral from congressional investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 election on Friday in a surprising way. They requested charges not against anyone involved in the underlying crimes...