Monthly Archives: November 2013

Killing to Yes

The recent string of news coming out of the turbulent Afghanistan-Pakistan region raises an interesting question: what happens when leaders do not talk to each other? Or more importantly: will there be anyone left to talk to after the killing … Continue reading

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Ukraine – Are we seeing an Orange Revolution 2.0?

As the Ukrainian government decided to suspend association talks with the European Union last week, Ukrainian citizens took to the streets and the mass protests continued this week. On Monday, former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko declared a hunger strike and … Continue reading

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What the Iran Deal really means.

The new deal with Iran halting its nuclear program is exciting, for the next six months, that is. The deal has not solved all problems with Iran and the US and Iran are not just besties, having a throw-back moment … Continue reading

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