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    Russia, Germany Trade Cold War Accusations
    Jun17

    Russia, Germany Trade Cold War Accusations

    Russia accused NATO on Wednesday of reviving the ghost of the Cold War by encroaching close to its borders and seeking to change the strategic balance of power, as Germany denounced Moscow’s nuclear weapons build-up as a Soviet-style reflex. Ties between Russia and the West have hit new lows over Ukraine and the latest accusations come...

    Ukrainian soldiers accused of murdering civilians
    Jun17

    Ukrainian soldiers accused of murdering civilians

    KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Prosecutors in Ukraine says a pair of government soldiers has been detained on suspicion of killing two women that allegedly… …read more Source:...

    Here’s the most profitable way to trade a geopolitical shock
    Jun17

    Here’s the most profitable way to trade a geopolitical shock

    Geopolitical events often make traders and investors nervous, and this will lead to volatility in the financial markets. However, history shows these events generally don’t have a sustained impact. “We reviewed the data and it seems that the large majority of individual major events — ranging from the assassination of Archduke...

    How Likely Is Greece’s Default?
    Jun17

    How Likely Is Greece’s Default?

    While Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was trading barbs with his European counterparts, the Greek Central Bank issued a report urging him to put politics aside and negotiate a deal that, by the central bank’s lights, was very much within reach. The Wall Street Journal: “Failure to reach an agreement would… mark the beginning of a...

    New NATO Force Trains in Poland to Assure Eastern Flank
    Jun17

    New NATO Force Trains in Poland to Assure Eastern Flank

    WARSAW, Poland —Battleships. Tanks. Helicopters. Rapid reaction forces. Thousands of NATO troops are on the move this month in Poland and the Baltic states, practicing sea landings, air lifts and assaults. The massive maneuvers on NATO’s eastern flank that began in early June include the first-ever training by the new, rapid reaction...

    Russian Journalist ‘Detained, Beaten, Deported’ By Rebels In Ukraine
    Jun17

    Russian Journalist ‘Detained, Beaten, Deported’ By Rebels In Ukraine

    A correspondent for a Russian newspaper that has challenged the Kremlin’s narrative about the conflict in Ukraine says he was detained, struck in the face, and deported by Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukrainian banker wanted by Kiev arrested in Germany
    Jun17

    Ukrainian banker wanted by Kiev arrested in Germany

    BERLIN (AP) — German authorities say they have arrested a Ukrainian banker wanted on an international arrest warrant alleging financial crimes in his native country. …read more Source: CNS...

    Ukrainian Banker Wanted By Kyiv Arrested In Germany
    Jun17

    Ukrainian Banker Wanted By Kyiv Arrested In Germany

    German authorities have announced the arrest of a Ukrainian banker wanted on an international arrest warrant alleging financial crimes in Ukraine. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Feisty Ukraine governor holds war-torn east together
    Jun17

    Feisty Ukraine governor holds war-torn east together

    Hennadiy Moskal is the governor of the Luhansk region. …read more Source: USA...

    Saakashvili Hits Ground Running In Odesa
    Jun17

    Saakashvili Hits Ground Running In Odesa

    Odesa’s freshly appointed governor, Mikheil Saakashvili, is tackling his new job head on. The former Georgian president is touring markets, boarding trams, rubbing shoulders with locals, and pledging to restore order in the Ukrainian city. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...