Friday, April 8, 2016

Итоги ядерного саммита в Вашингтоне by golosamerikius Friday April 8th, 2016 at 4:53 PM

Итоги ядерного саммита в Вашингтоне 

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В Вашингтоне на прошлой неделе прошел Саммит по ядерной безопасности. Каковой демонстративно проигнорировала одна из главных ядерных держав - Россия.
Политолог Ариэль Коэн разбирает "Контекст" ядерных противоречий между мировыми игроками.
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Candidates Eye New York State After Rocky Campaign Week

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After a rocky week of campaigning featuring a double-digit primary loss and an unexpected battle over qualifications, Republican and Democratic presidential candidates are rushing to claim delegate-rich New York as their own heading into the state’s April 19 primary.  The state awards 95 delegates on the Republican side and 291 delegates on the Democratic side. Frontrunner businessman Donald Trump heads into New York after the first major primary loss of his campaign in Wisconsin this week, securing 35 percent of the vote to winner Ted Cruz’ 48 percent. Trump has been a media star in New York City for decades and has a double-digit lead over Texas Senator Ted Cruz in advance polling. But his loss in Wisconsin exposes deeper problems in his campaign. A new Associated Press-GFK poll released this week shows Trump is viewed unfavorably by 7 out of 10 Americans, including half of Republican voters. The poll found dislike for Trump is common to Americans of all races, genders and geographic locations, raising key questions about his viability in a general election. Analysts say Trump still has a viable path to winning the nomination since 36 percent of the total delegates are still to be won. Trump would need to win 63 percent of those delegates in primary votes to outright secure the nomination while Ted Cruz needs an almost 97 percent to win. Trump hires veteran consultant Trump's loss in Wisconsin appears to increase the likelihood of a contested nomination. The Trump campaign is focusing on building a strategy heading into the Republican convention this summer in Cleveland. This week, Trump hired Paul Manafort, a longtime political veteran, to manage the increasingly complicated battle for convention delegates. “The campaign has now gotten to the point where how you win and where you win does matter and then protecting what you won,” Manafort told the New York Times in a phone interview Thursday. Cruz has argued throughout the campaign that he is the only viable candidate in a general election but the demographics of upcoming votes in liberal northeastern states don’t play to his campaign’s strengths. Cruz didn’t back down from comments earlier in the campaign when he attacked Donald Trump for his “New York values.” “Everyone in New York and outside of New York knows exactly what I meant by that,” Cruz told CNN Thursday. “And it is the liberal values of Democratic politicians who have been hammering the people of New York for decades." Cruz is relying on a long term strategy on the ground in primary states, monitoring the obscure rules and regulations that govern party delegates and the nomination process. Ohio governor John Kasich – who has already been mathematically eliminated from winning enough delegates to secure the nomination – continued his fight to take his candidacy all the way to Cleveland, holding a town hall event in Syracuse, New York Friday.   Democrats turn negative An April 7 McClatchy/Marist poll shows former secretary of state Hillary Clinton beating Trump 51 to 40 but tying in a head to head matchup with Ted Cruz with 47 percent of the vote, while Vermont Senator Sanders beats all three remaining Republican challengers in a general election contest.   Sanders looks to build on momentum from winning six out of the last seven primary contests, although he still significantly trails Clinton in overall delegate totals. Clinton has not mathematically eliminated Sanders from contention but she holds a commanding lead of 1,749 delegates over the 1,061 awarded to Sanders. Both Clinton and Sanders claim New York as home ground – Brooklyn-born Sanders set up a campaign office there, just blocks from the campaign headquarters of Hillary Clinton, who represented the state of New York as a senator. In a sign Wednesday that the battle for New York’s Democratic primary delegates may move closer to the consistently nasty tone of the Republican field, Sanders said Clinton was “not qualified” to be president because of her vote in support of the Iraq war and willingness to accept Wall Street money. Sanders – who has previously resisted opportunities to campaign negatively against Clinton – faced sharp criticism online for his words. Clinton supporters took to social media under the hashtag #ClintonSoQualified to note Clinton’s years of experience as first lady, New York senator and secretary of state. President Barack Obama has refrained from getting involved in the Democratic presidential primary until now but appeared to comment Thursday on the intensified battle between Clinton and Sanders. In a Chicago town-hall meeting with law students, Obama warned against Democrats developing a “Tea Party mentality” and fighting against each other at the expense of party unity. “I don’t see that being where the Democrats go, but it’s always something we have to pay attention to.” The pace of voting has significantly slowed since large numbers of delegates were awarded in state primary votes in February and March. Wyoming holds a Democratic caucus ten days before the New York Primary vote, on April 9.

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FBI will continue pushing Apple to unlock... - The Hill

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FBI will continue pushing Apple to unlock...
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But FBI Director James BComey revealed this week that the hacking tool the agency used to access Farook's device only works on a “narrow slice” of iPhones. It does not work on either the newer-model iPhone 6 or the iPhone 5S, he said. The government ...
Justice Department still seeks Apple's help to unlock a drug dealer's iPhoneLos Angeles Times
Feds Pursue iPhone Court Fight With Apple in BrooklynNBCNews.com

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What motivates women to become suicide bombers

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On a list of history's most notorious assassins, alongside John Wilkes Booth, Lee Harvey Oswald and Gavrilo Princip, the name Thenmozhi Rajaratnam would probably draw mostly blank stares. But in her way, the Tamil Tiger terrorist — who blew up herself, the Indian leader Rajiv Gandhi and 13 others in May 1991 — has perhaps had the largest lasting influence.
     

Report: Hacker Extradition to US Connected to FBI's Clinton Email Probe - LawNewz

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Report: Hacker Extradition to US Connected to FBI's Clinton Email Probe
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Clinton1 The Romanian hacker, “Guccifer,” who first exposed Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server, was extradited to the United States in March. Marcel Lehel Lazar (that's his real name) was believed to have posted emails that were sent to ...
Source: No 'coincidence' Romanian hacker Guccifer extradited amid Clinton probeFox News

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Apple vs the FBI continues in New York encryption battle - Engadget

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Apple vs the FBI continues in New York encryption battle
Engadget
Throughout 2016, the FBI and Apple fought in court and the public eye over the limits of encryption. Invoking the All Writs Act, the FBI ordered Apple to help it unlock the iPhone 5c of San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook. Apple refused, calling ...
FBI Says Apple Must Keep Hacking iPhones Even After San Bernardino HackDaily Beast 
Apple-FBI Encryption Battle Shifts to New York (Updated)Re/code

FBI will continue pushing Apple to unlock iPhone in NY caseThe Hill 
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Apple won't demand to learn how FBI cracked terror suspect's phone - Ars Technica

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Apple won't demand to learn how FBI cracked terror suspect's phone
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Apple said it was unclear whether the FBI employed a software or hardware hack, and the company did not understand why it would only work on a 5C, as the government said. The Apple lawyer said the government has not come forward to Apple to explain ...

Report: Obama Admin Imposed Gag Order on Officials Looking to Get Tough on China 

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The Obama administration is denying reports that it imposed a “gag order” on military officials looking to more aggressively address China’s assertive moves in the South China Sea.
According to a report in the Navy Times earlier this week, Adm. Harry Harris, the Commander of U.S. Pacific Command, has privately advocated for the U.S. to respond more aggressively to China’s territorial claims, which could involve conducting increased military operations within 12 miles of China’s manmade islands.
The White House has allegedly resisted such appeals.
The Navy Times reported:
The Obama administration, with just nine months left in office, is looking to work with China on a host of other issues from nuclear non-proliferation to an ambitious trade agenda, experts say, and would prefer not to rock the South China Sea boat, even going so far as to muzzle Harris and other military leaders in the run-up to a security summit. … National Security Adviser Susan Rice imposed a gag order on military leaders over the disputed South China Sea in the weeks running up to the last week’s high-level nuclear summit, according to two defense officials who asked for anonymity to discuss policy deliberations.
Rice reportedly requested that military officials refrain from talking publicly about China’s aggression in the South China Sea. An unnamed defense official was quoted as saying that the order was meant to ensure that President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping had “maximum political maneuvering space” when they met one-on-one last week during the summit on nuclear security in Washington, D.C.
However, Pentagon press secretary Peter Cook later denied the existence of such  a “gag order” to the Washington PostHarris said in a statement that “any assertion that there is a disconnect between U.S. Pacific Command and the White House is simply not true.”
A senior administration official told the Free Beacon that the Obama administration “recognizes the value of message discipline, especially when it comes to sensitive issues” but that efforts to coordinate messaging between the State Department, Defense Department, and National Security Council do not constitute a “gag order.”
“There never has been a ‘gag order,’ as described by anonymous officials in the article. We have always been forthcoming–consistent with force protection imperatives– about the nature of our freedom of navigation operations, including individual missions and the broader principles at play, whether in the South China Sea or elsewhere,” the administration official said.
“Specifically, we have routinely made the point that our operations in the South China Sea are routine, lawful, and consistent with the way we operate globally.”
U.S. warships have conducted freedom of navigation exercises in the South China Sea in recent months, sailing within 12 nautical miles of China’s manmade islands, sparking criticism from China.
Harris accused China of “militarizing” the South China Sea after Beijing deployed a surface-to-air-missile system to a disputed island in the region earlier this year.
“China is clearly militarizing the South China Sea and you’d have to believe in the flat Earth to think otherwise,” Harris told Congress in February. “China’s surface-to-air missiles on Woody Island, the new radars on the Cuarteron Reef, the 10,000-foot runway on Subi Reef over here and on Fiery Cross Reef and other places, these are actions that are changing in my opinion the operational landscape in the South China Sea.”
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US helping defuse Vietnam's dioxin hot spots blamed on Agent Orange

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For decades, American officials minimized or dismissed Vietnam's health problems. Vietnamese officials also skirted the issue at times out of concern for the image of the country's agricultural exports. But the United States is gradually increasing its victim funding, and both governments now willingly speak about Agent Orange.
     

Bill Clinton: We Did Have Trouble, But Nothing Like This

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Former President Bill Clinton had some negative things to say about the current state of international affairs.
While speaking at a rally at Penn State Behrend in Erie, Pennsylvania, on Friday, Clinton reflected on how things are now versus when he was in office.
“We did have trouble, but nothing like this. Russia threatening Ukraine, destabilizing influence in Syria. All these Syrian refugees, by the way, make a great contribution in our country, go to Europe, destabilizing governments there,” Clinton said.
It is interesting that Clinton says this as the events Clinton refers to have occurred while President Obama has been in office and the beginnings of which occurred while his wife, Hillary, was secretary of state.
Russia invaded Crimea in 2014, although it is unknown when the planning and preparation began.
Hillary Clinton had famously reset relations with Russia in 2009. While in Geneva, Clinton presented Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov with a button with what was supposed to read “Reset” in Russian, but actually said, “Overcharged.” Nevertheless, Lavrov and Clinton pressed the button as a symbolic gesture of approaching relations with a fresh start.
Within a few years, relations worsened to what some say is the worst they have been since the Cold War.
In Europe, refugees fleeing the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq have emigrated to Europe in large numbers. The large, sudden flood of migrants has led to many problems, especially due to cultural differences. These have spilled into occasional riots and a rise of nationalist groups throughout the continent who want to force the migrants out of their countries.

Key Paris attacks suspect seized in Belgium, officials say

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A fugitive suspect in the Nov. 13 Paris attacks was arrested in Belgium on Friday, French police officials said, after a raid Belgian authorities said was linked to the deadly March 22 Brussels bombings.
     

Nobody knows who leaked the Panama Papers

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April 8, 2016, 9:14 PM (IDT)
The German paper Süddeutsche Zeitung-SZ, which first ran the leak of a massive trove of documents of a Panama law firm, that named some the world’s rich and famous and where they hid their money, can’t put a name to the source of the leak. Neither can the 150 investigative journalists who followed the story. A year ago, an individual e-mailed the German paper with an offer to release the Panama papers. As to his motive, the anonymous writer said, “I want to make these crimes public.” None of the journalists working on the story have been able to dig out the writer’s identity to this day, raising wide suspicions of a conspiracy. Some fingers point to Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is reputed to hold secret accounts in many world banks.
Thursday, Putin rejected accusations that his relatives and associates had deposited billions of dollars in offshore accounts and called the Panama leak an American plot.
 
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Syrian rebels drive ISIS back from its new southern positions

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April 8, 2016, 9:27 PM (IDT)
DEBKAfile’s military sources report that Syrian rebel forces, with US and Jordanian military backing, managed to dislodge the ISIS-linked Yarmouk Brigades from the southern Syrian town of Nawa and surrounding villages,which the Islamic State had just captured in an offensive led by ISIS commanders from Raqqa. The Islamists were pushed back to their former positions in a small enclave near the meeting point of the Syrian, Jordanian and Israeli borders. The US and Jordan armed the rebel forces for the operation with heavy equipment and intelligence .

Raw: Fidel Castro Makes Rare Public Appearance

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Fidel Castro has made a rare public appearance, speaking to school children in Havana about his brother's late wife and revolutionary figure Vilma Espin. His last appearance at a public event was in July 2015. (April 8)
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Amateur video shows arrest of suspect in Brussels

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Amateur video shows police arresting suspect, Mohamed Abrini, wanted over November's Islamic State attacks in Paris, in Brussels. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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Marriott is One Step Closer to Acquiring Starwood in Multi-Billion Dollar Deal 

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Hotel chain Marriott International came one step closer to acquiring rival hotel business Starwood after shareholders of both companies approved the nearly $15 billion merger Friday. Anti-trust regulators in the United States already approved the merger, but it will still need to clear regulatory hurdles in the European Union and China. The companies expect to close the deal around mid-year. Upon completion, the deal will create the world's largest hotel company. Starwood agreed to...

More Suspects in Brussels Attacks Arrested in Belgium

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The police in Belgium have detained several men connected to the bombings, the prosecutors’ office said, and one may be a suspect in the Paris attacks.

Serbia accuses Croatia of obstructing its EU membership talks - Reuters

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Serbia accuses Croatia of obstructing its EU membership talks
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BELGRADE Serbia accused Croatia on Friday of obstructing its negotiations on European Union membership and said it would not submit to blackmail by its neighbor. Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said his government was "stunned by Croatia's ...
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Serbia accuses Croatia of obstructing its EU membership talks

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BELGRADE (Reuters) - Serbia accused Croatia on Friday of obstructing its negotiations on European Union membership and said it would not submit to blackmail by its neighbor.
  

Russian poetry and poison with Luke Harding and Pussy Riot - books podcast

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Guardian journalist Luke Harding and filmmaker Peter Pomerantsev discuss the assassination of Aleksander Litvinenko, and Masha Aloykhina of Pussy Riot shares the poetry that helped her survive prison
In the week that Vladimir Putin became embroiled in the international “Panama Papers” tax haven scandal, we peer into the dark heart of Russia. Guardian journalist Luke Harding and author and filmmaker Peter Pomerantsev discuss one of the most disturbing episodes of post cold war history - the assassination of dissident Aleksander Litvinenko in London with what Harding describes, in the title of his new book, as “a very expensive poison”.
The surrealism of the murder comes as no surprise to Pomerantsev, whose own first book, Nothing is True and Everything is Possible, is an investigation of the eye-popping self-delusion of a kleptocratic society. Plus, we meet one of the women brave enough to stand up to it: Masha Aloykhina of the feminist collective Pussy Riot, who was jailed for two years along with her fellow members for performing a punk prayer in Moscow Cathedral, and who tells us about the literature that helped her to survive.
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Война в Сирии требует новой стратегии США

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From: golosamerikius
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Сенатор Грэм: «Эту войну не выиграть, только уничтожая террористов и не создавая условий для нормальной жизни»
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The Daily Vertical: The Plot Against Russia — And Iceland

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The Daily Vertical is a video primer for Russia-watchers that appears Monday through Friday. Viewers can suggest topics via Twitter @PowerVertical or on the Power Vertical Facebook page.
A transcript of today’s Daily Vertical can be found here.

Power Vertical Podcast: Putin’s Beautiful Launderette

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It was the biggest journalistic leak in history. It documented the offshore dealings of officials around the world. And its reverberations are being felt from Iceland to China to Argentina.
But while the Panama Papers have taught us a lot about how the rich and powerful hide their money from tax collectors, and have already claimed the scalp of Iceland’s prime minister, in Russia they showed us something else entirely.
They’ve given us a glimpse of how Vladimir Putin’s regime plunders and launders state assets. They’ve highlighted the difference between corruption in the West, where it is a bug in the software, and in Russia, where it isn’t a bug, where it isn’t even a feature.
No, in Russia corruption is the software — it’s the country’s operating system.
On the new Power Vertical Podcast, I discuss this week’s bombshell with co-host Mark Galeotti, a professor at New York University, an expert on Russian organized crime, and author of the blog In Moscow’s Shadows; and guest Karen Dawisha, director of the Havighurst Center for Russian and Post-Soviet Studies at the University of Miami, Ohio, and author of the highly acclaimed book Putin’s Kleptocracy: Who Owns Russia?
Also on the podcast, Mark, Karen, and I look at Putin’s reshuffle of the security services and his newly minted Praetorian Guard.
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Россия помогла освободить американца в Сирии по личной просьбе Обамы - РБК

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Россия помогла освободить американца в Сирии по личной просьбе Обамы
РБК
МИД России рассказал подробности российского содействия при освобождении гражданина США в Сирии. Это было сделано после личной просьбы Барака Обамы к Владимиру Путину. Ранее Вашингтон поблагодарил Москву за содействие. О том, что президент США Барак Обама ...
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Moscow aids release of US journalist held four years in Syria

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April 8, 2016, 9:40 PM (IDT)
Kevin Patrick, 33, an American journalist, was captured by unidentified armed Syrians in 2012 when he tried to enter northern Syria from Turkey. He was set free Friday after being held for four years. State Department sources reported that Russia helped obtain the reporter’s release and handed him over to the US embassy in Moscow.

Security official: Key Paris attack suspect arrested

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Belgian media said authorities also probed possible links to the Brussels bloodshed.















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Key Suspect in Paris Attacks Arrested in Belgium

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(BRUSSELS) — Two Paris police officials have confirmed that a key suspect in the Nov. 13 attacks in Paris has been arrested in Belgium.
The officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak about the Belgian investigation, confirmed the arrest Friday of the last identified fugitive in the Paris attacks, Mohamed Abrini.
The Belgian federal prosecutor’s office said Friday it had made “several arrests” linked to the March 22 attacks, but did not name Abrini, who has never been called a suspect in the Brussels bloodshed.
Abrini’s suspected role in the Paris attacks has never been made clear. He was seen in the attack convoy en route to Paris in the days ahead of the bloodshed, but disappeared afterward.
One of the French police officials said Abrini is believed to be the man in the hat who was last seen leaving the Brussels airport after the double explosion there.

US journalist abducted in Syria freed

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A US freelance photographer who has been held in Syria for almost four years is released, the State Department says.

Syria Releases American Prisoner

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Syrian authorities have released an American prisoner, U.S. officials said Friday.
State Department spokesman John Kirby said he could “confirm and welcome the news that a U.S. citizen was released by Syrian authorities.”
He did not provide further details, citing privacy concerns, but the Washington Post and Associated Press identified the American as Kevin Patrick Dawes, 33.
Dawes traveled to Syria in September 2012 via Turkey and was last heard from the next month,according to the FBI.
His Twitter account from the time was filled with re-tweets of articles about rebels fighting the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad and potential…

John Kerry Makes Surprise Trip to Iraq, Affirming U.S. Aid in ISIS Fight 

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The visit comes as Iraqi forces have been making notable progress on the battlefield, and while the nation’s prime minister is facing a political crisis.
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Defense Chief Carter Cancels Visit to China

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U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter has scrubbed a planned visit this month to Beijing amid rising tensions between the U.S. and China over the disputed waters of the South China Sea.

NATO: No 'Business as Usual' Until Russia Respects International Law 

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Relations between the European Union and the NATO alliance have rarely been closer, a senior NATO official says, and never as important as they are now, as the West confronts complex challenges ranging from the Middle East and North Africa to Russia and the Kremlin's aggressive foreign and defense policies. NATO’s deputy secretary general, Alexander Vershbow of the United States, said the war in Syria and growing instability across the Middle East and North Africa pose a serious...

Poll: Americans overwhelmingly view Donald Trump negatively - Peoria Journal Star

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Poll: Americans overwhelmingly view Donald Trump negatively
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WASHINGTON (AP) — For Americans of nearly every race, gender, political persuasion and location, disdain for Donald Trump runs deep, saddling the Republican front-runner with unprecedented unpopularity as he tries to overcome recent campaign ...
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"What Panama? - Какая Панама?" - Putin and the Panama papers leak - Review 

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The Panama Papers - 4.4.16


Prosecutors open probes as world's wealthy deny 'Panama Papers' links | Reuters
Panama Papers: Giant Leak Reveals World Leaders' Offshore Accounts - NBC News
World Leaders Implicated As Data Leak Reveals Hidden Wealth, Corruption
The Political Fallout From the Panama Papers - The Atlantic
Russia dismisses Panama Papers' findings - YouTube
The Daily Vertical: Follow The Money - YouTube
NEWS: The World and Global Security Review: The Panama Papers
NEWS: The World and Global Security Review: Panama Leaked Files Spark Angry Reaction in Moscow - WSJ
“Путинская клептократия”
BBC World Service - Newshour, Panama Papers
International Edition 2330 EDT - VOA News
Panama Papers: Mossack Fonseca leak reveals elite's tax havens - BBC News - YouTube
'A Lot Of People Losing A Lot Of Sleep': The Impact Of The Panama Papers
The Panama Papers · ICIJ
All Putin’s Men: Secret Records Reveal Money Network Tied to Russian Leader · ICIJ
Panama papers - YouTube
Revealed: the $2bn offshore trail that leads to Vladimir Putin | News | The Guardian
Panama Papers: Massive leak shows how rich hide wealth, MSM focus on Putin - YouTube
How to hide a billion dollars | The Panama Papers - YouTube
International Edition 1805 EDT - VOA News
Panama Law Firm’s Leaked Files Detail Offshore Accounts Tied to World Leaders - The New York Times
Panama Leaked Files Spark Angry Reaction in Moscow - WSJ
Panama Leaked Files Spark Angry Reaction in Moscow - Google Search
The Panama Papers are super awkward for Beijing - The Washington Post
Встреча с руководителем Федерального архивного агентства Андреем Артизовым • Президент России
NEWS: The World and Global Security Review: » Panama Papers: biggest leak in history published by German newspaper - YouTube 04/04/16 13:15 from Mike Nova's Shared Newslinks
The Panama Papers show how corruption really works in Russia - Vox
World figures deny wrongdoing as 'Panama Papers' reveal offshore wealth | Reuters
Panama Papers
Kremlin dismisses revelations in Panama Papers as 'Putinphobia' | News | The Guardian
Governments Vow to Find Tax Evaders Hiding Offshore Assets
The Latest: US reviews offshore leaks for possible crimes - The Washington Post
Explainer: Why #PanamaPapers is just the tip of the iceberg
'Look, There's Jackie Chan': Russian Media Responds to Panama Allegations | News | The Moscow Times
Kremlin Says Offshore Investigation Seeks to 'Destabilize' Russia | News | The Moscow Times
'Nonsense' – Russian Banking Boss Blasts Putin Offshore Accusations | News | The Moscow Times
Panama lawyers at center of offshore scandal make odd couple - The Washington Post
Panama papers: Mossack Fonseca 'helped firms subject to sanctions' - BBC News
The Panama Papers Could Lead to Capitalism’s Great Crisis | TIME
What Is an Offshore Company?
Report: Offshore Leak Reveals Aliyev Family Stake In Azerbaijani Gold Mines

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Russian Court Accepts Lawsuit Demanding Putin's Impeachment | News | The Moscow Times
Putin Responds to Panama Papers After 4 Days of Keeping Silent | News | The Moscow Times
Putin dismisses Panama Papers as an attempt to destabilise Russia | News | The Guardian
U.S. Plans to Match Leaked Data to Russia Sanctions List, Says Source - Bloomberg
Austrian president rails against EU sanctions on Russia | News | DW.COM | 06.04.2016
Family of Russian National Guard Chief Owns Properties Worth $10M – Investigation | News | The Moscow Times
Putin's Personal Army: Analysts on Russia's National Guard | News | The Moscow Times
Putin denounces Panama Papers leak as attempt to weaken Russia - The Washington Post
Panama Papers: Putin rejects corruption allegations - BBC News
Putin Denounces 'Panama Papers' as Western Plot
China steps up Panama Papers censorship after leaders' relatives named | World news | The Guardian
Panama Papers Leak Casts Light on a Law Firm Founded on Secrecy - The New York Times
Russia styles itself lead mediator in Nagorno-Karabakh conflict | Reuters
Solve the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Before It Explodes - The New York Times
Dutch voters overwhelmingly reject Ukraine-EU treaty | Reuters
The West Is Enabling Graft in Ukraine - The New York Times
Obama Meets With Military Leaders, Stresses Capabilities, Counter-Islamic State Effort – Eurasia Review
Donald Trump ignores Europe’s far-right – POLITICO
What's the world's loneliest city? | Cities | The Guardian
New Zealand School Musical Ends With 2 Boys in Hospital - ABC News
WA Police: 2 "Dangerous" Patients Escape Psychiatric Hospital - ABC News
DEA Considering Rescheduling Cannabis
Puerto Rico gov dares GOP to pass highly restrictive bill - NY Daily News
Puerto Rico Governor Pushes Back Against U.S. Control Board - Bloomberg
Puerto Rico's impoverished pensions complicate island's debt crisis

Posts - 4.7.16


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NEWS: The World and Global Security Review: 5:52 PM 4/7/2016 - Russian Court Accepts Lawsuit Demanding Putin's Impeachment | News | The Moscow Times Putin Responds to Panama Papers After 4 Days of Keeping Silent | News | The Moscow Times Putin dismisses Panama Papers as an attempt to destabilise Russia | News | The Guardian
NEWS: The World and Global Security Review: 2:30 PM 4/7/2016 - Russian Court Accepts Lawsuit Demanding Putin's Impeachment | News | The Moscow Times
NEWS: The World and Global Security Review: 12:21 PM 4/7/2016 - Putin Denounces 'Panama Papers' as Western Plot

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New Survey Reveals Americans Believe Country has ‘Lost its Identity’
The Panama Papers: Where have Russia’s billions gone? - The Washington Post
The Panama Papers in Russia - The Atlantic
Putin’s new National Guard – what does it say when you need your own personal army? | In Moscow's Shadows
The Daily Vertical: A Big (Expletive Deleted) Deal (Transcript)
The Daily Vertical: A Big (Expletive Deleted) Deal
Putin Says Russia To Create National Guard To Fight Terrorism, Organized Crime
В России создана национальная гвардия • Президент России
Iceland PM Quits Amid Panama Papers Affair
A Cello Sonata For Offshore Companies
Kerry Says Russia Has Been Constructive In Syria
Exclusive: Russia sees oil price of $45-$50 per barrel 'acceptable' as it prepares for freeze deal - sources | Reuters
Report: Europeans Spend $27B on Narcotics Each Year
Panama Leak: Lithuanian Authorities Confirm Transactions by Putin Associate Roldugin | News | The Moscow Times
Putin Appoints Former Bodyguard Head of New National Guard | News | The Moscow Times
Russian National Guard Will Be Allowed to Shoot on Sight, Detain People | News | The Moscow Times
EU Should Consider Lifting Anti-Russian Sanctions – Austrian President | News | The Moscow Times
NEWS: The World and Global Security Review: Getting Away With It: Panama Papers Unlikely to Trouble Russian Officials

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The ‘darker link’ between ancient human sacrifice and our modern world - The Washington Post
Russia Nuclear: Moscow Rebuilds Its Nuclear Aresenal
Russia's Military Budget Ranks Fourth Worldwide – Report | Business | The Moscow Times
Trump reveals how he would force Mexico to pay for border wall - The Washington Post

Posts - 4.5.16


NEWS: The World and Global Security Review: M.N.: The "moral black hole" of the Russian corruption on the highest levels is a threat to Global Security | 10:21 AM 4/5/2016 - Russia Nuclear: Moscow Rebuilds Its Nuclear Arsenal | Kill it, spin it – Putin will do anything to stifle the Panama Papers story | Natalie Nougayrède | Panama Papers | The Guardian | » Backstage With The Beatles at Show Re-staging Abbey Road Recordings 05/04/16 00:22 from Mike Nova's Shared Newslinks
NEWS: The World and Global Security Review: Panama Leak Sparks Global Investigations Tuesday April 5th, 2016 at 3:11 PM
NEWS: The World and Global Security Review: » Panama Papers Cite French Far Right Party 05/04/16 14:56 from Mike Nova's Shared Newslinks
NEWS: The World and Global Security Review: Afghan Spy Agency Arms Villagers Against ISIS Tuesday April 5th, 2016 at 4:52 PM

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10:35 PM 4/4/2016 – Revealed: the $2bn offshore trail that leads to Vladimir Putin – The World Web News – Headlines Review by Mike Nova
8:20 PM 4/4/2016: Obama Says NATO Alliance Remains Key to Collective Security – ABC News | The Panama Papers: Prosecutors open probes as world’s wealthy deny ‘Panama Papers’ links | Reuters | » World Leaders Implicated As Data Leak Reveals Hidden Wealth, Corruption 04/04/16 19:16 from Mike Nova’s Shared Newslinks – The World Web News – Headlines Review by Mike Nova
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» Getting Away With It: Panama Papers Unlikely to Trouble Russian Officials 06/04/16 11:29 from Mike Nova’s Shared Newslinks – The Brooklyn Times – 2
Link: Getting Away With It: Panama Papers Unlikely to Trouble Russian Officials… – The World Web News – Headlines Review by Mike Nova
» Summit Underscores Obama’s Mixed Results on Nuclear Security 06/04/16 17:21 from Mike Nova’s Shared Newslinks – The Web World News – Shared Links Review
Backstage With The Beatles at Show Re-staging Abbey Road Recordings by webdesk@voanews.com (Reuters) Tuesday April 5th, 2016 at 12:22 AM – The Web World News – Shared Links Review

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A controversial nude portrait of Donald Trump by artist Ilma Gore has gone on display at a London gallery. Report by Lydia Batham.