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    Disappearing Books: How Russia Is Shuttering Its Ukrainian Library
    Mar15

    Disappearing Books: How Russia Is Shuttering Its Ukrainian Library

    By Andrew OsbornMOSCOW (Reuters) – First, armed police seized some of its books. Next, its director was put on trial accused of stirring up ethnic… …read more Source: U.S....

    Disappearing books: How Russia is shuttering its Ukrainian library
    Mar15

    Disappearing books: How Russia is shuttering its Ukrainian library

    By Andrew Osborn MOSCOW (Reuters) – First, armed police seized some of its books. Next, its director was put on trial accused of stirring… …read more Source:...

    Urban Security Is National Security
    Mar15

    Urban Security Is National Security

    Raymond Odierno, Michael O’Hanlon Security, Americas Violent crime rates are rising and should be treated as a matter of national security. While news coverage about national security understandably focuses on issues such as the Syria and Ukraine crises, even bigger and broader forces are at work in today’s world. They are, in fact,...

    Russia’s Eurovision contestant could be arrested by Ukraine
    Mar15

    Russia’s Eurovision contestant could be arrested by Ukraine

    Yulia Samoylova, 27, is supposed to compete when the competition lands in Kyiv this spring. But politics may get in the way of that plan. …read more Source: Toronto...

    How Russia’s attack on Freeland got traction in Canada
    Mar15

    How Russia’s attack on Freeland got traction in Canada

    Reports that Freeland hid her grandfather’s past appeared to have stem from a Russian disinformation campaign. (CP) Now that we’re well into the second week of an imbroglio that should be remembered as one of the most disgraceful, embarrassing, or at least hilarious events in the recent history of Canadian journalism, the “Chrystia...

    Former White House national security pick Monica Crowley is now reportedly working for a pro-Russian oligarch
    Mar15

    Former White House national security pick Monica Crowley is now reportedly working for a pro-Russian oligarch

    Monica Crowley, who lost a position on the National Security Council amid plagiarism allegations, has now reportedly landed a job with a Ukrainian oligarch. …read more Source: Business...

    Moscow Moves to Absorb Rebel Georgian Region’s Military
    Mar14

    Moscow Moves to Absorb Rebel Georgian Region’s Military

    Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday ordered his officials to seal an agreement which will, in effect, incorporate the armed forces of Georgia’s breakaway South Ossetia region into the Russian military’s command structure. Georgia condemned the move, which is likely to spark accusations from its Western allies that the Kremlin...

    Monica Crowley Files To Lobby On Behalf Of Ukrainian Oligarch
    Mar14

    Monica Crowley Files To Lobby On Behalf Of Ukrainian Oligarch

    After turning down a top national security communications role at the White House amid plagiarism allegations, former Fox News analyst Monica Crowley has taken up a new pursuit: lobbying on behalf of a Ukrainian oligarch who’s advocated for better relations with Russia. Read More → …read more Source:...

    One-Time Trump National Security Pick Registers As Foreign Agent for Ukrainian Oligarch
    Mar14

    One-Time Trump National Security Pick Registers As Foreign Agent for Ukrainian Oligarch

    Are Trump campaign surrogates clogging the drain of the swamp? …read more Source: Foreign...

    Trump’s pick for national security role now lobbying for Ukrainian tycoon
    Mar14

    Trump’s pick for national security role now lobbying for Ukrainian tycoon

    Monica Crowley, who had been tapped for a national security post in the Trump White House before being derailed by plagiarism allegations, has found a new job: lobbying for a Ukrainian tycoon.Crowley registered on Friday to provide “outreach services” on behalf of Victor Pinchuk, a Ukrainian steel magnate who’s given millions to...