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Tsipras's proof of Fermat's Last Theorem

The discussion of Putin’s proof gave me an email from Alexis Tsipras, who just resigned as prime minister of Greece and is busy with the general elections of September 20 soon. 541 more words

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Russian Montrealers talk ambition and tradition

Media reports of corruption and bribery, renewed Cold War-era tensions over the struggle for Ukraine — such events have eroded Russia’s international image. The Pew Research Centre, which tracks global attitudes and trends,  1,597 more words

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Fake ‘Ukrainian’ News Websites Run by Russian ‘Troll Army’ Offshoots

How could I have missed this before?

Written by Aric Toler

Russia has engaged in a blitzkrieg of information warfare since the start of the Euromaidan protests, … 694 more words


DA: Russian Economics Not So Dour | (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)

A recent article posted as an Op-Ed by Paul Stronski, Senior Associate, Russia and EuraAsia Program talked about the newest Russian territorial claim in the Arctic is not so much an attempt at further expansionism as it is a theatrical means of distracting from growing economic and social problems at home. 395 more words

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It's Very Possible That A Hacked Hillary Email led To Ambassador's Christopher Stevens Death

With every passing day some new details of possibilities comes to the surface about Hillary’s emails and server. Now there are talks that Hillary’s emails might have been copied too another server which will bring criminal actions to the forefront. 319 more words

How the West Lost Burundi

Last Thursday morning, Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza stepped in front of a house of newly elected members of parliament and was sworn in for a third consecutive term. 2,676 more words


Europe: Estonia 'plans Russia border fence' amid Ukraine tensions

The ties between Russia and Estonia is worst today. Estonia says it wants to build a fence along its eastern border with Russia to boost security and protect the EU’s passport-free Schengen zone. 195 more words