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Section: Foreign Policy (USA)

      The World’s Biggest Work in Progress
      Sep17

      The World’s Biggest Work in Progress

      Why Ukraine’s effort to curb corruption is a Sisyphean task. A situation report. …read more Source: Foreign...

      Report: Crimea’s Tatars Targeted Since Russian Annexation
      Sep17

      Report: Crimea’s Tatars Targeted Since Russian Annexation

      A new report on the human rights situation in Crimea paints a grim picture of the region since coming under Russian rule. …read more Source: Foreign...

      The Spirit of Lviv
      Sep16

      The Spirit of Lviv

      How Ukraine’s most European city forged a popular movement against corruption and bad governance. …read more Source: Foreign...

      Democracy Lab Weekly Brief, September 15, 2015
      Sep15

      Democracy Lab Weekly Brief, September 15, 2015

      To keep up with Democracy Lab in real time, follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Hannah Thoburn describes the struggles of a Crimean Tatar radio station that has fled Crimea to Kiev to continue operating in the wake of the Russian occupation. Christian Caryl dismantles the Russian and Chinese argument that “Western democracy” is responsible …...

      Situation Report: Centcom raising red flags on the Hill; more U.S. training in Ukraine; Russia over Baghdad; Tokyo defense plans in flux; FP podcast info.; and lots more
      Sep14

      Situation Report: Centcom raising red flags on the Hill; more U.S. training in Ukraine; Russia over Baghdad; Tokyo defense plans in flux; FP podcast info.; and lots more

      By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley Hill trouble. Reps. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) and Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) have written letters to Defense Secretary Ash Carter insisting the Pentagon brief the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform about allegations that officials at the U.S. Central Command (Centcom) altered intelligence reports to...

      Putin and Berlusconi Take Their Bromance to Crimea
      Sep11

      Putin and Berlusconi Take Their Bromance to Crimea

      The influential friendship, featuring the ex-KGB officer Putin and the “bunga bunga” sex party hosting Berlusconi, has often turned towards the comical. …read more Source: Foreign...

      Giving a Voice to the Victims of Russia’s Crimean Landgrab
      Sep09

      Giving a Voice to the Victims of Russia’s Crimean Landgrab

      How a small group of Crimean Tatar journalists are resisting Moscow’s attempt to wipe them off the map. …read more Source: Foreign...

      The Cops That Would Save a Country
      Sep09

      The Cops That Would Save a Country

      Two thousand young men and women, equipped with 10 weeks of training, have been sent into the streets of Kiev to convince Ukrainians that the days of a corrupt and brutal militsiya are over. Can ‘my new police’ rescue a faltering revolution? …read more Source: Foreign...

      A Blow to the Heart of Ukrainian Democracy
      Sep02

      A Blow to the Heart of Ukrainian Democracy

      Sunday’s grenade attack in Kiev has upended Ukrainian politics — with unpredictable consequences. …read more Source: Foreign...

      Democracy Lab Weekly Brief, August 31, 2015
      Aug31

      Democracy Lab Weekly Brief, August 31, 2015

      To keep up with Democracy Lab in real time, follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Taras Kuzio warns that Ukraine is losing its last chance to break the financial and political might of the oligarchs. Daniel Lansberg-Rodriguez explains how Colombian refugees are paying with their homes to shore up Venezuela’s regime. Emily Crane Linn highlights...