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    IMF Considers Policy Change That Would Help Ukraine
    Oct29

    IMF Considers Policy Change That Would Help Ukraine

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says it will soon make a decision on changing its policy to allow lending to countries in arrears to official creditors, a move that would aid Ukraine in a debt dispute with Russia. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russia Proposes Talks With Ukraine On Flight Resumption
    Oct29

    Russia Proposes Talks With Ukraine On Flight Resumption

    The Russian aviation agency says it has sent to Ukraine’s aviation authorities a proposal to continue talks on resuming flights between the two countries. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukrainian Library Director Arrested In Moscow Over ‘Extremist’ Books
    Oct29

    Ukrainian Library Director Arrested In Moscow Over ‘Extremist’ Books

    Following a raid in which scores of “extremist” books were seized, Russian investigators have announced that the head of the Ukrainian Literature Library in Moscow has been arrested on suspicion of “inciting ethnic hatred.” …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    The Failed Promise of European Shale
    Oct29

    The Failed Promise of European Shale

    One by one, Europe’s shale dreams have evaporated. Poland, Lithuania, Ukraine, and even the UK have all seen oil majors throw in the towel on fracking projects that were once seen as a path towards a European energy renaissance. The FT reports on how mismanagement and unfavorable conditions both in energy markets and the natural world have...

    Why the Legacy of Tibet’s Cold War Freedom Fighters Still Matters
    Oct29

    Why the Legacy of Tibet’s Cold War Freedom Fighters Still Matters

    DHARAMSHALA, India—When Sonam Dorjee was a Buddhist monk at the Debung Monastery in the Tibetan capital of Lhasa, he would not kill an insect. After all, that annoying fly buzzing in your ear could be the reincarnation of a beloved family member. But when Chinese soldiers opened fire on the Tibetan refugees with whom Dorjee was fleeing across the...

    Ukrainian, Turkmen Leaders Vow Increased Ties
    Oct29

    Ukrainian, Turkmen Leaders Vow Increased Ties

    Visiting Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and his Turkmen counterpart Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov have vowed to boost bilateral cooperation in various sectors, including energy ties. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    A Resurgent Russia Is Active In Syria and Beyond
    Oct29

    A Resurgent Russia Is Active In Syria and Beyond

    The Russian three-star general arrived at the door of the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad on Sept. 30 with a stern warning: Moscow would be launching warplanes to attack targets in Syria in an hour–stay away. In response, the U.S. directed its own aircraft, which have been bombing ISIS targets inside Syria since September 2014, to steer clear of the...

    Director of Ukrainian Library Detained in Moscow
    Oct29

    Director of Ukrainian Library Detained in Moscow

    Russian police on Thursday detained the director of a Ukrainian library in Moscow on suspicion of inciting ethnic hatred in the latest twist of the ongoing stand-off between the two nations. The Russian investigative committee said in a statement that it has asked a court to arrest 58-year old Natalya Sharina after the investigators found books...

    Police detain director of Ukrainian library in Moscow on suspicion of inciting ethnic hatred
    Oct29

    Police detain director of Ukrainian library in Moscow on suspicion of inciting ethnic hatred

    Russian investigators say the police have detained the director of a Ukrainian library in Moscow on suspicion of inciting ethnic hatred. …read more Source: FOX...

    Director of Ukrainian library detained in Moscow
    Oct29

    Director of Ukrainian library detained in Moscow

    Russian investigators say the police have detained the director of a Ukrainian library in Moscow on suspicion of inciting ethnic hatred. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...