Moscow Declaration: Russia, Turkey and Iran Join Together to End Syria’s Tragedy


21.12.2016 | WORLD by ANDREI AKULOV December 20 will go down in history as a memorable day to turn the tide of Syria’s conflict. Russia, Turkey and Iran adopted a declaration on the immediate steps to promote the settlement of the Syria’s crisis. The three countries agreed to take on the role of guarantors to facilitate …

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Pünktlich zur Weihnachtszeit: die Handschrift des Terrors in Ankera, Berlin und Zürich


Friedenspolitische Diplomatie dringender denn je geboten Überlegungen von Irene Eckert am 20. 12. 2016 Der Einsatz von Terror und Gewalt ist Zeichen von Schwäche, nicht umgekehrt Diesmal schlägt der Furor in Berlin zu. In seinem Visier abendlich-friedliches Treiben eines Weihnachtsmarktes im Herzen der deutschen Hauptstadt. Der Ort könnte medienwirksamer kaum gewählt sein. Breitscheidplatz, im Hintergrund …

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A Blueprint for Donald Trump to Fix Relations with Russia A policy memo to the president-elect. Priority: high by Graham Allison and Dimitri K. Simes


A rare and Interesting US-”Realpolitik” take: EDITOR’S CHOICE | 20.12.2016 Graham Allison is Director of the Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs Dimitri K. Simes is president of The Center for the National Interest and publisher & CEO of The National Interest The two Chinese characters that make up the word …

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Bitter in Aleppo Defeat, US and EU Seek to Further Demonize Russia FINIAN CUNNINGHAM


| 17.12.2016 | OPINION Bitter in Aleppo Defeat, US and EU Seek to Further Demonize Russia As Russian forces help liberate the Syrian city of Aleppo this week from a four-year terrorist siege, Washington and Europe step up threats of cyber war and economic aggression with sanctions. That’s no coincidence. It is the response of …

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A New Cold War or a New Detente Gilbert Doctorow


EDITOR’S CHOICE 10.12.2016 | The U.S. presidential election presented the American voting public with a clear choice on the issue of the New Cold War with Russia, between worsening tensions and a chance for détente. Hillary Clinton offered a continuation and intensification of the policies of isolation, denigration and confrontation with Russia that President Obama …

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Donald Trump’s Victory: Prospects for Russia-US Relations ALEX GORKA


| 10.11.2016 | WORLD Donald Trump’s Victory: Prospects for Russia-US Relations Opportunities should not be squandered. It is especially important at a time when the overall political relationship between Washington and Moscow has tumbled to a nadir. Donald Trump’s victory and the expected drastic changes in the US foreign policy open up new prospects for …

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West is Gunning for Russian Media Ban FINIAN CUNNINGHAM


13.10.2016 | OPINION West is Gunning for Russian Media Ban It would be monumental, but Western states seem to be moving, ineluctably, towards banning Russian news media channels from satellite platforms and the internet. That outcome – albeit with enormous ethical and political implications – seems to be a logical conclusion of the increasingly frenzied …

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