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    Poland in defense shift as anti-Russia mood grows
    Oct28

    Poland in defense shift as anti-Russia mood grows

    WARSAW, Poland — Poland is planning a major realignment of its military structure because of the conflict in neighboring Ukraine, the country’s defense minister said Monday, a move that could shift thousands of troops to its eastern border.”The geopolitical situation has changed. We have the biggest crisis of security since the Cold...

    Poland in defense shift as anti-Russia mood grows
    Oct28

    Poland in defense shift as anti-Russia mood grows

    WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Poland is planning a major realignment of its military structure because of the conflict in neighboring Ukraine, the country’s defense minister said Monday, a move that could shift thousands of troops to its eastern border…. …read more Source: Associated...

    Ukraine leader wins pro-West mandate, wary of Russia
    Oct28

    Ukraine leader wins pro-West mandate, wary of Russia

    Ukraine’s Petro Poroshenko hailed a victory for pro- Europe parties in an election, saying the vote showed people backed his pro-Western course. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine looks to reform following parliamentary vote
    Oct27

    Ukraine looks to reform following parliamentary vote

    As pro-European parties claim resounding election triumph, Moscow says it will recognize the result. …read more Source: Toronto...

    Russia Escalates Propaganda War in the Americas
    Oct27

    Russia Escalates Propaganda War in the Americas

    As Vladimir Putin continues his quest to build what he calls a “Novo-Russia” from the ashes of the Soviet Union, he’s been able to win over, or at least confuse, countless Americans and people around the globe with a well-oiled propaganda machine. And I’m not just talking about his Op/Ed in the New York Times last year...

    Ukraine’s Election Marks a Historic Break With Russia and its Soviet Past
    Oct27

    Ukraine’s Election Marks a Historic Break With Russia and its Soviet Past

    On Sunday night, as the votes in Ukraine’s parliamentary elections were being tallied, President Petro Poroshenko went on television to congratulate his citizens on the successful ballot and, citing early results, to highlight one of the milestones the country had crossed: Ukraine’s Communist Party, a political holdover from the...

    Pro-Western Parties Dominate Ukraine Elections as Clashes with Russian-Backed Forces Continue
    Oct27

    Pro-Western Parties Dominate Ukraine Elections as Clashes with Russian-Backed Forces Continue

    Pro-Western parties prevailed in Ukraine’s parliamentary elections over the weekend, but the country’s armed forces continued to suffer casualties amid fighting with Russian-backed separatists in the east. President Petro Poroshenko’s political group began talks with Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk’s People’s Front...

    John Boehner Thinks George W. Bush Could Have Stopped Vladimir Putin
    Oct27

    John Boehner Thinks George W. Bush Could Have Stopped Vladimir Putin

    House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) waxed nostalgic for the George W. Bush administration during a campaign stop in Iowa on Sunday, saying that Bush would never have let Russian President Vladimir Putin invade Ukraine. Stumping for Republican congressional candidate David Young in Iowa’s 3rd District, Boehner accused President Barack Obama...

    Biden: World Is ‘Literally Fraying At The Seams’
    Oct27

    Biden: World Is ‘Literally Fraying At The Seams’

    Vice President Joe Biden said the world is “literally fraying at the seams” during a speech to students at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government on Thursday. Biden chronicled recent international crises including unrest in Ukraine and the Middle East and the potential Ebola epidemic. He underscored America’s commitment to combatting...

    The Ceasefire in Ukraine is Being Ignored by Moscow
    Oct27

    The Ceasefire in Ukraine is Being Ignored by Moscow

    As exercises in cognitive dissonance go, it’s hard to beat the first sentence of this Washington Post report on events in Ukraine: Fighting intensified in eastern Ukraine on Wednesday despite a fragile cease-fire, as pro-Russian rebels appeared to be close to capturing the strategically important Donetsk airport. This ceasefire appears to...