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On SecurityMar 1, 2021 | 22:20 GMT
Protesters clash with riot police during a rally in support of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny in Moscow, Russia, on Jan. 23, 2021. Navalny was detained upon returning to Moscow after spending five months in Germany recovering from a near-fatal poisoning.
Russia: A Case Study on the Proliferation of Repression Tactics
Since the beginning of 2021, high-profile protests in diverse locations across the globe have called attention to the tactics governments are using to try to deter, disrupt and reduce the influence of mass demonstrations. Russia’s response to the widespread protests triggered by the arrest of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, in particular, provides a poignant case study on how authorities are increasingly using a wider array of counter-protest tactics beyond physical repression, with implications for security and stability in places where there is significant protest activity.
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PodcastsFeb 26, 2021 | 22:33 GMT
RANE Insights on COVID-19: A New Vaccine Brings Hope for an End
In this episode of the RANE Insights on COVID-19 podcast, RANE founder David Lawrence discusses the global death toll and latest vaccine news with doctors Fred Southwick and Bill Lang. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic recently reached the tragic milestone of more than 2.5 million lives lost around the world, with the United States accounting for more than half a million of those virus-related deaths. And yet, with new vaccines potentially on the horizon, the world may be getting closer to finally getting the year-long global crisis and its many disruptions under control.
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GuidanceFeb 16, 2021 | 13:58 GMT
The Federal Reserve Building on June 17, 2020, in Washington.
Where Is the U.S. Economy Going?
The U.S. economic outlook remains one of muddled optimism with the economy growing. Still, the expectations for renewed, sustainable growth should be tempered by the reality that COVID-19 has led to long-term malignancies in the U.S. and global economies.
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SnapshotsFeb 4, 2021 | 21:39 GMT
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy wears a facemask as he arrives to meet with U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson in London on Oct. 8, 2020.
Ukraine Seeks Biden’s Help, But Should Temper Expectations
Ukraine is taking steps to engage the United States amid continued provocations from Russia. Its persistent political, economic and security challenges, however, will prevent immediate and meaningful U.S. assistance, thus keeping Kyiv lodged between Russian and Western interests. In a recently aired interview with Axios, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelenskiy appealed to recently inaugurated U.S. President Joe Biden to “enter a new phase” of bilateral relations by emphasizing the centrality of the United States to improving Ukraine’s future prospects and revealing that he was “a little bit” angry with former President Donald Trump.
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SITUATION REPORTJan 27, 2021 | 21:15 GMT
Costa Rica: Government Raises $235 Million in Debt Auction
Costa Rica raised $235 million Jan. 25, with its first notes coming due in 2022 at 3.15%, second notes in 2026 at 7.7%, and third notes in 2031 at 9.19%. The news comes one business day after the country announced it had reached a staff-level deal with the International Monetary Fund to repay the $1.75 billion the country has taken out.
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Contributor PerspectivesJan 22, 2021 | 22:47 GMT
The steps of the pyramid of Djoser are seen in Egypt's Saqqara necropolis, south of the capital Cairo, on March 5, 2020.
The Ziggurat of Zealotry: Applying Lessons Learned from Fighting al Qaeda to Right-Wing Extremism
A terrorist is a terrorist is a terrorist. The dynamics of radicalization are remarkably similar across ideological, religious, and political lines. Looking at right-wing groups, which pose the biggest threat at the moment, we can apply the same tools we used on Salafi-Jihadist extremism after 9/11. The heyday of left-wing extremism passed a few decades ago, despite the obsessive use of the term “radical left.” There is a structure to extremism apart from its content. My former colleagues and I called it the “Ziggurat of Zealotry.”
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