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    Dutch Leader Not Optimistic About Free-Trade Deal With Ukraine
    Oct21

    Dutch Leader Not Optimistic About Free-Trade Deal With Ukraine

    Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said he is not optimistic of reaching a deal that would pave the way for a trade agreement between the European Union and Ukraine, which was rejected by Dutch voters in a referendum in April. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Islam’s Will to Power
    Oct21

    Islam’s Will to Power

    Reprinted from Linformale.eu. Of Egyptian Coptic parents and fluent in Arabic, Raymond Ibrahim is among those scholars and commentators who, like Robert Spencer and David Horowitz, is not afraid of calling a spade a spade. In this times of ours poisoned by politically correctness it comes like a breath of fresh air. He will not talk of Islam as...

    A World Gone Mad
    Oct21

    A World Gone Mad

    The relentless drumbeat against Donald Trump continues. The Washington Post on October 14 endorsed Hillary Clinton for president while also including in the print edition nine articles, three op-eds, and three letters blasting the GOP candidate, including pieces in the Style and Metro sections of the paper. On the following day there were five...

    US Calls for Meeting With Russia Over Missile Treaty Dispute
    Oct21

    US Calls for Meeting With Russia Over Missile Treaty Dispute

    The United States has called for a special meeting with Russia over alleged violations of a landmark Cold War-era arms-control treaty, a policy reversal that echoes deepening U.S. fears about Moscow’s intentions. The planned meeting of the Special Verification Commission, scheduled in the near future, focuses new attention on concerns about...

    US Calls for Meeting With Russia Over Missile Treaty Dispute
    Oct21

    US Calls for Meeting With Russia Over Missile Treaty Dispute

    The United States has called for a special meeting with Russia over alleged violations of a landmark Cold War-era arms-control treaty, a policy reversal that echoes deepening U.S. fears about Moscow’s intentions. The planned meeting of the Special Verification Commission, scheduled in the near future, focuses new attention on concerns about...

    US, Britain weigh new sanctions on Russia. But have the old ones worked? (+video)
    Oct21

    US, Britain weigh new sanctions on Russia. But have the old ones worked? (+video)

    Though Russia’s economy has suffered in recent years, due in part to Western sanctions over Russian activities in Ukraine, the Kremlin – and the Russian public – have shown little sign of yielding. …read more Source: Christian Science...

    Russian Pollster Links Official Anti-Americanism, Crackdown on Opponents
    Oct21

    Russian Pollster Links Official Anti-Americanism, Crackdown on Opponents

    With relations between the United States and Russia continuing to worsen, a leading Russian independent pollster and sociologist says the atmosphere of “militaristic euphoria” and anti-Americanism promoted by Russian authorities is inextricably linked with an ongoing crackdown on opponents of President Vladimir Putin. This week, Russia threatened...

    ‘I Don’t Have Anyone Left’: What Life Is Like for Refugees in Ukraine
    Oct21

    ‘I Don’t Have Anyone Left’: What Life Is Like for Refugees in Ukraine

    KURAKHOVO, Ukraine—They all have a reason to go home. For some, it’s to reunite with friends and family, to regain their dignity, or to find a job so they can afford to pay the rent and buy groceries. Others simply want to rejoin the lives they left behind to escape the Russian artillery and rockets. “Going back home is the only thing that...

    Ukraine and Syria Are in U.S. Election Limbo
    Oct20

    Ukraine and Syria Are in U.S. Election Limbo

    European leaders are unable to negotiate on the hot spots without some decisions from Washington. …read more Source:...

    Editorial: Candidates must reveal strategy for Russia
    Oct20

    Editorial: Candidates must reveal strategy for Russia

    Whatever awaits voters come inauguration day, it’s now clear that one of the biggest foreign policy challenges facing the next president is what to do about Russia. Yet America’s plan for meeting that challenge is far from clear. President Barack Obama’s unwillingness to meaningfully challenge Russia has increased the risk of a...