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Putin’s Silence: Inaction of the Russian leader regarding “mercenaries” in Belarus plays against him.

Putin’s Silence: Inaction of the Russian leader regarding “mercenaries” in Belarus plays against him.

| August 6, 2020

The scandal about Russian mercenaries in Belarus continues to flare up, bringing more and more political dividends to the President of this East European country, Alexander Lukashenka. July 6, Lukashenka instructed the Prosecutor Generals of Russia and Ukraine to Belarus to be invited to discuss the future of the detained militants. Not a day goes […]

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#Kazakhstan succeeds against the #coronavirus epidemic

#Kazakhstan succeeds against the #coronavirus epidemic

| August 6, 2020

As many other countries around the world, Kazakhstan suffered a challenging situation regarding the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic towards the end of June and the first two weeks of July. The disease was spreading fast, hospitals were short on bed spaces and medical workers were struggling to keep up with the increasing number of […]

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How the West can avoid a dangerous and costly confrontation with #China

How the West can avoid a dangerous and costly confrontation with #China

| August 6, 2020

The Institute of Economic Affairs – our British member think tank – has released a new briefing paper, authored by the IEA’s Head of Education Dr Stephen Davies and Professor Syed Kamall, the IEA’s Academic and Research Director, who sat on the European Parliament’s International Trade Committee from 2005-2019. The main conclusions of the report include: Fears are […]

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Innovations in #Russia vs. abroad: the shifting and perspectives

Innovations in #Russia vs. abroad: the shifting and perspectives

| July 30, 2020

According to Business and economic data for 200 countries Russian innovation index in 2019 was at the level of 37,5 out of 100 – writes Ekaterina Petrova, Director of GenerationS corporate accelerator. The Global Innovation Index capture elements of the national economy that enable innovative activities, such as: Institutions, Human capital and research, Infrastructure, Market […]

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#USA – How the Revolving Door in Washington Spins Between Government and Industry

#USA – How the Revolving Door in Washington Spins Between Government and Industry

| July 29, 2020

For years, it has been common practice for federal contractors to hire former government officials. And in many cases, such hires make sense given the expertise that former government officials can bring to a contractor seeking to better understand how decisions are made inside government. On rarer occasions, however, federal contractors have become the subject […]

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European startups benefit from post-#Covid boost

European startups benefit from post-#Covid boost

| July 27, 2020

As a global recession looms, many businesses find themselves facing an existential crisis. The coronavirus pandemic has signalled an end to a period of untrammelled economic expansion, triggering a sharp rise in unemployment and forcing governments across Europe to introduce sweeping business bail-outs in a bid to stem the tide of insolvency. Hard times lie ahead—and yet, […]

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Unprecedented attack on a diplomatic mission of #Azerbaijan in Europe

Unprecedented attack on a diplomatic mission of #Azerbaijan in Europe

| July 25, 2020

A violent rally accompanied by acts of vandalism by Armenian diaspora took place in front the Embassy of Azerbaijan in Brussels on 22 July 2020. Demonstrators even tried to penetrate the Mission building with a clear aim of doing more harm. This was the continuation of the very recent attack to the premises of the […]

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