Monday, October 20, 2014

Charles Tannock

Charles Tannock is a member of the foreign affairs committee of the European Parliament.

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Newsart for Putin’s Kampf
World Affairs 28

Putin’s Kampf

It may be fashionable nowadays to belittle the “lessons of Munich,” when Neville Chamberlain and Édouard Daladier appeased Hitler’s claims on Czechoslovakia. But if the West acquiesces to Crimea’s… read more

Newsart for Bangladesh at a Crossroads
World Affairs 3

Bangladesh at a Crossroads

In the course of just a few weeks, Bangladesh’s fragile democracy – which had made substantial social and economic progress in recent years – has deteriorated dramatically. Reversing the current… read more

Newsart for Ukraine’s Path Not Taken
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Ukraine’s Path Not Taken

This week, as Ukraine marked the 80th anniversary of Stalin’s engineered famine, President Viktor Yanukovich’s government announced that it would not sign a Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade… read more

Newsart for A No-Fly Zone for Syria
World Affairs 4

A No-Fly Zone for Syria

A no-fly zone in Syria would not only clear the skies of warplanes and missiles; it would also show President Bashar al-Assad and his supporters that he truly is vulnerable. Generals ordered to use… read more

Newsart for Africa’s Dictator-Diplomat
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Africa’s Dictator-Diplomat

For his admirers and critics alike, Ethiopia's late prime minister, Meles Zenawi, leaves behind a potent political legacy. He will be remembered as an African leader of major historical significance: … read more

Newsart for Putin’s Choice
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Putin’s Choice

How Vladimir Putin, an astute politician, responds to domestic pressure after resuming the presidency on May 7 will decide his political legacy. And the West’s response could have a marked effect on… read more

Newsart for Democracy in the Congo?
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Democracy in the Congo?

Free, fair, and transparent democratic elections are no longer strangers to Africa. But the presidential and parliamentary elections in the Democratic Republic of the Congo at the end of November… read more

Newsart for Independence or War
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Independence or War

With South Sudan’s referendum on independence set for January 9, the world holds its breath. Undoubtedly, South Sudan would face colossal challenges as a sovereign state, but the alternative – an… read more

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