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    Trial Begins For Kazakh Citizen Suspected Of Fighting Alongside Separatists In Ukraine
    Oct24

    Trial Begins For Kazakh Citizen Suspected Of Fighting Alongside Separatists In Ukraine

    The trial of a Kazakh citizen suspected of fighting alongside Russia-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine started in Kazakhstan on October 24. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russia Says Proposal For Armed OSCE Ukraine Mission Still Vague
    Oct24

    Russia Says Proposal For Armed OSCE Ukraine Mission Still Vague

    Moscow supports the idea of creating an armed Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) police mission in eastern Ukraine but cast doubt that such a force could be formed soon. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    No More NATO Expansion: U.S. Should Downsize Defense Commitments
    Oct24

    No More NATO Expansion: U.S. Should Downsize Defense Commitments

    NATO, the alliance informally known as North America and The Others, remains committed to expansion. Powerhouse Montenegro, with 2080 men in uniform, will be the next entrant. Other governments knocking at the alliance door include Finland, Georgia, and Serbia. Adding these states would violate the purpose of an organization intended to increase...

    Ten Years Old And Tired Of War
    Oct24

    Ten Years Old And Tired Of War

    Before the war, there were 37 schoolchildren in the village of Orlovske in southeastern Ukraine. Now there’s only one. Most families have fled the fighting just a few kilometers away, and 10-year-old Serhiy is left to study and play by himself. (RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service) …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russian Hacks Bring U.S. Vulnerabilities to the Forefront
    Oct24

    Russian Hacks Bring U.S. Vulnerabilities to the Forefront

    The reliance of the United States’ critical infrastructure on high technology renders it vulnerable to future cyber attacks by the Russians, making it difficult for the U.S. government to retaliate against Moscow for trying to interfere with the presidential election. The U.S. intelligence community formally accused Russia earlier this...

    Peace Through Trump?
    Oct24

    Peace Through Trump?

    Donald Trump played a wily capitalistic trick on his Republican opponents in the primary fights this year—he served an underserved market. By now it’s a cliché that Trump, while on his way to the GOP nomination, tapped into an unnoticed reservoir of right-of-center opinion on domestic and economic concerns—namely, the populist-nationalists...

    Lethal Russian Weapons Of War Ukraine Should Fear
    Oct23

    Lethal Russian Weapons Of War Ukraine Should Fear

    The smoldering conflict in Ukraine’s eastern provinces has now gone on for more than two years. Although an uneasy status quo has settled on the region, skirmishes continue, and tension periodically run high. …read more Source: Ukrainian Diaspora in Canada and...

    U.S. Imposes Sanctions On ‘Putin’s Bridge’ To Crimea
    Oct23

    U.S. Imposes Sanctions On ‘Putin’s Bridge’ To Crimea

    Companies building a multi-billion dollar bridge to link the Russian mainland with annexed Crimea, a project close to the heart President Vladimir Putin, were targeted by the United States in an updated sanctions blacklist on Thursday. …read more Source: Ukrainian Diaspora in Canada and...

    Hannah Arendt statue unveiled in Budapest
    Oct23

    Hannah Arendt statue unveiled in Budapest

    (JTA) –- The mayor of a district of Budapest unveiled a bust of the Jewish-American philosopher Hannah Arendt at an event commemorating the 60th anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. Laszlo Hajdu, mayor of Budapest’s 15th District and a politician for the Democratic Coalition, a left-wing opposition party, unveiled the bust on...

    Putin’s “Compatriots”
    Oct23

    Putin’s “Compatriots”

    Damir Marusic sat down with scholar Agnia Grigas to discuss her new book on Putin’s policies. Below is an edited transcript.Damir Marusic for TAI: Tell us a little bit about the book Beyond Crimea: The New Russian Empire, and what you set out to do in writing it. Agnia Grigas: I set out to write this book in early 2014 with the aim of...