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    ‘The Evidence Suggests Trump Is a Traitor’: Pulitzer-winning Reporter David Cay Johnston
    Apr23

    ‘The Evidence Suggests Trump Is a Traitor’: Pulitzer-winning Reporter David Cay Johnston

    An investigative reporter who has covered Trump for 30 years dares to imagine impeachment — and President Nancy Pelosi The saga of President Donald Trump consists of several parallel and intersecting stories.There is the structural dimension. Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton was not entirely unpredictable or shocking. America’s...

    Pulitzer-winning reporter David Cay Johnston: “The evidence suggests Trump is a traitor”
    Apr23

    Pulitzer-winning reporter David Cay Johnston: “The evidence suggests Trump is a traitor”

    Simon & Schuster/Bonk Johnston/AP …read more Source:...

    G7 Unified In Opposing Russia’s ‘Malign’ Acts, U.S. Official Says
    Apr23

    G7 Unified In Opposing Russia’s ‘Malign’ Acts, U.S. Official Says

    A senior U.S. official has told reporters that foreign ministers from the Group of Seven (G7) industrialized nations remain determined to oppose Russia’s efforts to “destabilize” nations around the world. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    G7 ministers sit down in Toronto to a full plate of world troubles
    Apr23

    G7 ministers sit down in Toronto to a full plate of world troubles

    A gathering of G7 foreign and security ministers got underway in Toronto on a slightly informal note with Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland inviting her counterparts to her home for Sunday brunch. It was a light, relaxed affair that stands in contrast to the heavy agenda they face over the next couple of days in mostly closed-door...

    The Terrorism Label
    Apr23

    The Terrorism Label

    Paul R. Pillar Russia Terrorism, United States A recent op-ed from Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO) calls for officially designating Russia a state sponsor of terrorism. Gardner offers a long indictment—a “moral case”, as he calls it—against Russia that mostly involves activities other than terrorism, such as invasions of Georgia and Ukraine and...

    Ukraine foreign minister warns G7 of Russian threats to western democracy
    Apr22

    Ukraine foreign minister warns G7 of Russian threats to western democracy

    TORONTO — Russia is using Ukraine as a test ground for its information war against Western democracy, Ukraine’s foreign minister told G7 ministers meeting here on Sunday. Foreign Affairs Minister Chystia Freeland wants the disruptive influence of Russia on the West to be a top agenda item, and she set the table — literally — for Ukrainian...

    How North Korea Learned to Live With ‘Fire and Fury’
    Apr22

    How North Korea Learned to Live With ‘Fire and Fury’

    It’s astonishing how quickly the story of the North Korea crisis seems to have changed from one of fear to one of optimism. It was less than a year ago that the U.S. president was threatening “fire and fury” against Kim Jong Un, the leader of North Korea, to touting upcoming talks with him. It is not the case, as Trump tweeted Sunday...

    China, India grapple with the consequences too many men
    Apr22

    China, India grapple with the consequences too many men

    By Simon Denyer and Annie Gowen | Washington Post Nothing like this has happened in human history. A combination of cultural preferences, government decree and modern medical technology in the world’s two largest countries has created a gender imbalance on a continental scale. Men outnumber women by 70 million in China and India. The...

    North Korea nukes, Russia tension set to top G7 foreign ministers’ talks in Toronto
    Apr22

    North Korea nukes, Russia tension set to top G7 foreign ministers’ talks in Toronto

    TORONTO — Canada and Japan signed a military co-operation agreement ahead of today’s G7 foreign ministers meeting where the North Korean nuclear crisis will be front and centre. Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland and her Japanese counterpart Taro Kono signed an efficiency agreement Saturday night that will allow each other’s...

    Why America Just Got Serious about Sanctioning Russia
    Apr22

    Why America Just Got Serious about Sanctioning Russia

    Sergey Aleksashenko Security, Americas The last eight weeks have undoubtedly highlighted the foundation on which America’s Russia policy will be built. Like any other restriction, sanctions cause discomfort. If the restriction is mild, it is easy to adapt or tolerate the pain. But if the constraint is tighter, then the desire to overcome it...