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The US is unlikely to introduce new sanctions against Moscow

The United States is unlikely to introduce new sanctions against Moscow after Monday’s meeting of Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Barack Obama in New York, Russian MP and political scientist Vyacheslav Nikonov has said. "The main outcome of this meeting [of Putin and Obama] is preventing the further deterioration of relations that was possible ...

30.09.2015

The ISIS Crisis and the faiblesse of global governance

... Conflict Leila Zerrougi are largely overlooked as a result. Ukraine and the sanctions gambit is the third front among these undeclared wars. They are not “small wars” or “asymmetrical wars” or “low intensity conflicts”.... ... Enterprise Institute and said he hoped that the U.S. leader would call for more defense spending. In Moscow, Russian president Vladimir Putin has been saying that for a long time. Asking the American people to spend more to roll back ISIS, Barack Obama,...

11.09.2014

Predicting critical events, an institutional challenge.

....T and Harvard. In contrast, Liberman speaks Russian fluently, having immigrated to Israel from the Soviet Union during his student years. He has served as minister of strategic affairs and was at one time director of Netanyahu’s cabinet. His unscheduled visit to Moscow in 2011 to meet with then prime minister Vladimir Putin, possibly to discuss delivery of Russian missiles to Syria, shocked Israel’s political class. Predicting critical events, an institutional challenge The problematic nature of implementing “whatever works”- as a variant ...

22.05.2014

Future of Assad and Arab Socialist Ba’ath Party In Limbo As Syria Sitzkrieg Plays Out

... the process of installing a new government. That bluster had enough weight to it that U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry spoke to FSA leader General Salam Idris, who is currently based near they Syrian border in Turkey, to assure him that Washington launching an attack on Assad controlled Syria is very much an option. Then too, there are no indications that president Vladimir Putin has backed off from his “yes we will” commitment to support Syria if the nation is attacked. Meanwhile the two factions, both with a strong complement of cadre from other Islamic nations rumbles toward their third year of civil ...

15.09.2013

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