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    Putin leads inauguration of statue of Prince Vladimir
    Nov04

    Putin leads inauguration of statue of Prince Vladimir

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has led ceremonies launching a large statue outside the Kremlin to a 10th-century prince of Kiev who is credited with making Orthodox Christianity the official faith … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    Britain Invests Billions in Cybersecurity in Face of Russian Threat
    Nov04

    Britain Invests Billions in Cybersecurity in Face of Russian Threat

    Britain says it will spend more than $2 billion on cybersecurity and recruit 1,000 more intelligence officers as the country’s intelligence services warn of increasingly aggressive espionage tactics by Moscow, a charge the Kremlin denies. The $2.3 billion investment is aimed at countering emerging threats to national security. British...

    Putin leads inauguration of statue of Prince Vladimir
    Nov04

    Putin leads inauguration of statue of Prince Vladimir

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin has led ceremonies launching a large statue outside the Kremlin to a 10th-century prince of Kiev who is credited with making Orthodox Christianity the official faith of Russia, Ukraine and Belarus. In a speech by the 16-meter-tall (52-feet-tall) bronze monument to Prince Vladimir, Putin said the...

    Putin leads inauguration of statue of Prince Vladimir
    Nov04

    Putin leads inauguration of statue of Prince Vladimir

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin has led ceremonies launching a large statue outside the Kremlin to a 10th-century prince of Kiev… …read more Source:...

    @Kady’s Watchlist for Nov. 4 – MPs heading back to their ridings for Remembrance Week
    Nov04

    @Kady’s Watchlist for Nov. 4 – MPs heading back to their ridings for Remembrance Week

    As the House readies itself for the yearly Remembrance Day hiatus – a week-long constituency break timed to allow MPs to attend November 11 events in their respective ridings – the only item of government business on the to-do list is Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s proposed changes to Canada’s pension plan, which is currently...

    Is Russia Funding Ukraine Separatists? Moscow Official’s Hacked Emails Reveal Kremlin’s Position On Kiev
    Nov04

    Is Russia Funding Ukraine Separatists? Moscow Official’s Hacked Emails Reveal Kremlin’s Position On Kiev

    Two Ukrainian hackers claimed responsibility for a major Kremlin breach that compromised the accounts of top Russian officials. Several of the emails they claimed to have hacked belonged to an important Kremlin figure, former Deputy Prime Minister Vladislav Surkov. …read more Source: International Business...

    Obama's Weighs Options for His Final Stab at Israel
    Nov04

    Obama's Weighs Options for His Final Stab at Israel

    Israelis and the pro-Israel community at large will breathe a collective sigh of relief when Obama leaves office. During Obama’s tenure, relations with Israel were caustic at best. Barely five months after taking office, he publicly launched a scathing attack against Israel – where he perversely insinuated a moral equivalence between...

    AP sources: FBI agents sought Clinton Foundation probe
    Nov04

    AP sources: FBI agents sought Clinton Foundation probe

    WASHINGTON — FBI agents seeking an investigation into the Clinton Foundation made a presentation to Justice Department lawyers about the allegations they wanted to pursue, but public corruption prosecutors did not want to partner with them based on concerns about the strength of the information they received, two people familiar with the matter...

    The American Conservative Presidential Symposium
    Nov04

    The American Conservative Presidential Symposium

    A good magazine presents a robust discussion of the national life, and The American Conservative has aimed since the beginning to show that conservatism cannot be reduced to a checklist or mere partisan formula. To that end, we have always encouraged a wide-ranging examination of the choices our political system offers—and fails to offer. This...

    With eye toward 2018 elections, Putin spearheads strategic infrastructure mega-projects in Crimea
    Nov04

    With eye toward 2018 elections, Putin spearheads strategic infrastructure mega-projects in Crimea

    Though still two years away, the presidential elections in Russia are already on the minds of the political elite in Moscow. The sitting head of state, President Vladimir Putin, is constitutionally permitted to run again in 2018. And though most expect that he will, his public vacillations on the subject have raised an air of […] …read more...