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    Who Ordered the Assassination of Russian Liberal Icon Boris Nemtsov?
    Sep08

    Who Ordered the Assassination of Russian Liberal Icon Boris Nemtsov?

    The first thing I did after getting to my hotel in Moscow (I am giving some lectures this week in Russia and Ukraine) was to walk through Red Square to the bridge over the Moskva River where Russian liberal patriot Boris Nemtsov was gunned down on February 27th. The bridge, located right next to the Kremlin, is lined with bouquets, candles,...

    Bailey Lecturing in Russia and Ukraine on the Liberation of Medicine
    Sep08

    Bailey Lecturing in Russia and Ukraine on the Liberation of Medicine

    The liberal NGO InLiberty.ru and Esquire Russia magazine have invited me to lecture in a series that looks at alternatives to our social realities. In my case, I will be describing how medicine and physicians gained so much social, political, and economic power of the past century and half. Among other things, I will describe how the American...

    Ukraine still faces threat of Russian military offensive: Poroshenko
    Sep08

    Ukraine still faces threat of Russian military offensive: Poroshenko

    By Pavel Polityuk and Natalia Zinets KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine still faces the threat of a full-scale Russian military attack despite… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine: Arresting Dissidents, Eager for U.S.’s Military Support
    Sep08

    Ukraine: Arresting Dissidents, Eager for U.S.’s Military Support

    Trouble is, still, a-brewing in Ukraine (see our P.M. links both today and yesterday) and prominent Republican candidate Ted Cruz seems to think it is our sworn duty to provide the Ukrainians with weapons to fight their enemies foreign and domestic, while the Obama administration is seriously considering it. Stephen Walt in Foreign Policy gave...

    Is Donald Trump the Best the Republicans Can Do on Foreign Policy?
    Sep08

    Is Donald Trump the Best the Republicans Can Do on Foreign Policy?

    Donald Trump has wrecked the best plans of nearly a score of “serious” Republican presidential candidates. Conservative activists who view themselves as insurgents find themselves treated as the new GOP establishment. Party professionals are debating how to derail a candidacy which they had expected to implode by now. It is wondrous...

    UN: At Least 105 Civilian Deaths in Ukraine in Past 3 Months
    Sep08

    UN: At Least 105 Civilian Deaths in Ukraine in Past 3 Months

    UN: At least 105 civilians die in Ukraine from May to August, double previous 3 months …read more Source: ABC...

    At least 105 civilians die in Ukraine from May to August, double previous 3 months
    Sep08

    At least 105 civilians die in Ukraine from May to August, double previous 3 months

    The U.N. …read more Source: FOX...

    Crimean Tatars Plan Protest At Peninsula’s Boundary
    Sep08

    Crimean Tatars Plan Protest At Peninsula’s Boundary

    Leaders of the Crimean Tatars say they are planning a protest action at the border with Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula, which was annexed by Russia in March 2014. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    UN: Nearly 8,000 People Killed In Ukraine Conflict
    Sep08

    UN: Nearly 8,000 People Killed In Ukraine Conflict

    The United Nations says at least 7,962 people have been killed and 17,811 wounded in the conflict in Ukraine. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Former opposition candidate arrested upon return to Belarus
    Sep08

    Former opposition candidate arrested upon return to Belarus

    KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — A former opposition presidential candidate in Belarus was arrested Tuesday while returning to his country after four years in… …read more Source:...