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    Are Kerry & Lavrov Creating Solutions for Crises?
    Apr03

    Are Kerry & Lavrov Creating Solutions for Crises?

    The fragility of breakthroughs in the many crises afflicting the Arab region does not necessarily mean the breakthroughs are transient. Rather, this fragility must invite more local, regional, and international resolve so that the available opportunities become plausible and serious policies and solutions. Some of what is happening in the Libyan,...

    Decades on, some Poles still yearn for lands – and songs – of lost ‘Kresy’
    Apr03

    Decades on, some Poles still yearn for lands – and songs – of lost ‘Kresy’

    During World War II, thousands were driven out of their homes in Polish lands that are now Ukraine, Belarus, and Lithuania. But they, and their descendants, still sing of what was lost. …read more Source: Christian Science...

    Netherlands to hold referendum on EU-Ukraine deal
    Apr03

    Netherlands to hold referendum on EU-Ukraine deal

    THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — Dutch voters are going to the polls on Wednesday — but the topic is Ukraine, not their own country. …read more Source: CNS...

    Netherlands to hold referendum on EU-Ukraine deal
    Apr03

    Netherlands to hold referendum on EU-Ukraine deal

    Dutch voters are going to the polls on Wednesday — but the topic is Ukraine, not their own country. …read more Source: FOX...

    Netherlands to hold referendum on EU-Ukraine deal
    Apr03

    Netherlands to hold referendum on EU-Ukraine deal

    THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — Dutch voters are going to the polls on Wednesday — but the topic is Ukraine, not their own country.When Ukrainians… …read more Source:...

    How Poland Saved the World from Russia
    Apr03

    How Poland Saved the World from Russia

    Michael Peck History, Poland, Russia The world expected a rapid Communist victory. The Poles had other ideas. In the summer of 1920, Russia seemed poised to take over Europe. Newly victorious in the Russian Civil War, but convinced that the capitalists were bent on strangling the cradle of Communism, the Bolsheviks looked for salvation. Their...

    A Putin-Loving Alien Cult Wants To Build Its ‘Extraterrestrial Embassy’ In Russia
    Apr02

    A Putin-Loving Alien Cult Wants To Build Its ‘Extraterrestrial Embassy’ In Russia

    The name of the event “Aliens Created Us In Laboratories” sounded like a joke this week when it was posted on Facebook and spotted circulating around Moscow on fliers, but it came a day too late for April Fools.The event was real, and it was held on Saturday in downtown Moscow. Inside a hotel across the street from the Russia’s...

    What Donald Trump doesn’t know might save us: He’s unschooled, but at least he’s no American exceptionalist or neo-con ideologue
    Apr02

    What Donald Trump doesn’t know might save us: He’s unschooled, but at least he’s no American exceptionalist or neo-con ideologue

    The Russians have long understood that words are actions. A linguist and literary critic prominent in the last century added to the thought by insisting that context is more important than text. The meaning of what one says, in other words, is relational: It can be understood only by way of when, how, to whom and even where one says it. There is...

    Obama: World Can’t Allow Terror ‘Madmen’ to Get Nukes
    Apr02

    Obama: World Can’t Allow Terror ‘Madmen’ to Get Nukes

    U.S. President Barack Obama urged world leaders on Friday to do more to safeguard vulnerable nuclear facilities to prevent “madmen” from groups such as the militant Islamic State from getting their hands on an atomic weapon or a radioactive “dirty bomb.” Speaking at a nuclear security summit in Washington, Obama said the world faced a persistent...

    Letters From Donbas, Part 7: ‘How Long Can You Postpone Your Life?’
    Apr02

    Letters From Donbas, Part 7: ‘How Long Can You Postpone Your Life?’

    More than 1 million people have fled eastern Ukraine since war erupted in April 2014. Some have since returned. Others never left. From teachers to pensioners to families with children, residents of separatist-held towns are struggling to get on with their lives amid the chaos and uncertainty. RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service continues to publish...