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Is Ukraine Losing Its Way?   
As part of her "Strategic Europe" blog for Carnegie Europe's website, Judy Dempsey asked a selection of foreign and security policy experts, including the DGAP's Stefan Meister, about the recent spat between Ukrainian President Petro Poroschenko and Mikheil Saakashvili Published in "Judy Asks," Carn...
London is still the world's most powerful financial center   
Twice a year, Z/Yen releases its Global Financial Centres Index (GFCI), and the latest for September 2017 is just out. The survey gives cities a combined score based on five main factors: Business environment Financial sector development Infrastructure Human capital Reputational and general factors...
Russian–Western Dialogue: All Thoughts, No Action   
Although Russia’s relations with key Western partners remain tense if not deadlocked, there is no shortage of suggestions coming from Moscow for cooperation.Not all ideas about Western–Russian cooperation are necessarily new, and most remain unpalatable to the West, a reminder of the clear mismatch...
5 challenges Europe needs to tackle now   
In recent months we have seen growing optimism and confidence about Europe's future. After a state of almost constant turmoil since the global financial crisis, more positive economic data and the latest elections in France and the Netherlands have helped boost the feel-good factor across the Europ...
Belarus and Zapad 2017: between a rock and a hard place   
By?Douglas Barrie, Senior Fellow for Military Aerospace, and Bastian Giegerich, Director of Defence and Military AnalysisBelarus, Russia's titular partner in Zapad 2017,?straddles the fault line between Moscow and NATO.?Irrespective of the idiosyncratic and quasi-democratic nature of President Alexa...
Every Transaction Leaves a Trace: The Role of Financial Investigation in Serious and Organised Crime Policing   
This paper makes the case for the wider use of financial investigation techniques in the fight against serious and organised crime. Download this paper (PDF)The international drug trafficker buying a plane ticket to Spain to arrange shipment of his next consignment; the people trafficker leasing a ...
Renewable energy has hit a major milestone in the UK   
Thanks for the subsidies The UK is seeing a renewable energy renaissance. With the help of subsidies, offshore wind power is quickly outpacing the cost effectiveness of new nuclear power. Subsidies are funds provided by the government to offset the cost of a commodity, in this case, off-shore wind ...
For the first time in 80 years there's a new type of chocolate - and it's pink   
Swiss chocolate makers introduced a new pink chocolate color for the first time in 80 years. Ruby Chocolate is the newest natural millennial-pink food item. The ruby cocoa bean gives the chocolate its distinct pink pigment without the use of additives. It supposedly tastes fruity and smooth, with h...
Zapad-2017: Why Do the Numbers Matter?   
Russia’s declared number of troops taking part in the biannual Zapad-2017 military exercise, about to start in Belarus, reveals that Moscow is almost certainly being ‘economical with the truth’.The week-long Zapad-2017 (West-2017) Russian–Belarussian joint strategic exercises starting on Thursday h...
In reform we trust: improved EU-UN cooperation in preventing and responding to conflicts?   
Ahead of the 72nd General Assembly of the United Nations, this seminar will be devoted to EU-UN cooperation in mustering civilian capabilities for conflict prevention, crisis response, conflict resolution and peace-building.The United Nations are undergoing momentous institutional reforms, with a re...
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