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Cristina Maza
Reporter covering foreign policy + international affairs , but opinions are still mine. Story tips: c.maza@newsweek.com DM for signal.
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Matthew Yglesias 3h
Some of Trump’s personal misconduct is just him being a weird & horrible person, but a fair amount of it connects directly to a broader culture of legal impunity for rich people that should be challenged on a policy level.
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Yuliya Komska 2h
Estonia’s far-right EKRE, w/5 gov’t posts, “has largely avoided baiting Estonia’s Russian-speaking minority, instead using historical sensitivities over Soviet-era population transfers to exploit fears of a new, ... imaginary, wave of Muslim migration.“
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Nate Schenkkan 17h
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NEW: All of the ministers of Austria's far-right Freedom Party (FPÖ) will resign from the government. They hold 5 ministries:
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Cristina Maza 19h
So much news out of Austria today...
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Evan O'Connell May 19
I love that “We’re Going to Ibiza” by the has become an anti-far right protest song in Austria
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Cristina Maza 20h
Interesting roundup of the best places to smuggle stuff in the Balkans
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Cristina Maza 20h
Ukraine is going to be an interesting place over the next few months. Zelenskiy called for early parliamentary elections, but it's unclear whether he can do so legally. The head of the government just resigned. One source called it "election mania."
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Max Fras May 20
Georgia opposition vows 'armed' resistance, Zelensky dissolves Rada, Armenian revolution eats itself, and it's only Monday. Could this week slow down a bit?
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Amy Mackinnon May 20
Three guards and 29 inmates killed in a prison riot involving ISIS militants in Tajikistan
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Damir Marusic May 20
Media coverage focusing a lot on Strache’s Russia ties. But journalists should remember that for Freedom Party voters, that’s a feature, not a bug. The scandal is corruption, and *that’s* the weak spot for all the rightwing populist parties.
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Christopher Miller May 20
Many people, including presidents, are still tagging a fake Zelenskiy Twitter account. The real one for Zelesnkiy is ; official presidential accounts are
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Poppy McPherson May 20
Myanmar admits it has almost no connections with Benin, Togo, and Congo but they "can provide each other with support in the international arena" - by abstaining from condemning each other's human rights crises at the UN...
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Geopolitics & Empire May 19
Angela Identifies U.S. as Global Rival That, Along With and , Must Unite Against
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Cristina Maza May 19
AML specialists are often undervalued, but this is something else:
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Cristina Maza May 18
I can’t wait to read George Parker’s new book on Richard Holbrooke and confirm my long-held impression that Holbrooke was not a very nice person
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Samantha Hoffman May 17
“... smart cities are the embodiment of these strategies, allowing the CCP to blur the line between cooperative and coercive forms of control,” Hoffman added. .
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Cristina Maza May 17
Why is pushing this "Leshchenko meddled in the U.S. against Trump" conspiracy theory? What is John Solomon's agenda? Leshchenko published a ledger showing payments the corrupt former President Yanukovych made to Paul Manafort. That's all.
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