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Michał Baranowski 7h
A must-read from ⁦⁩ with clear recommendations 1) the EU must end its geopoliticking in Belarus 2) EU must immediately demonstrate its solidarity with people of Belarus 3) cooperation with Lukashenka’s regime must be reduced to a minimum
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ARTE Info 7h
„Es gibt kein Zurück für Lukaschenko.“ Maryna Rakhlei, Autorin und Projektleiterin für Belarus beim German Marshall Fund, spricht über die Wut der Demonstranten und die Möglichkeit einer demokratischen Revolution in Weißrussland.
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Nicolas Bouchet 11h
"Europe, ideally in concert with the United States, can and must take a clear stance in support of Belarusian democrats now." My colleague 's recommendations for how the EU should respond to repression in . Valid for the US too.
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Terry Martin Aug 10
Do the protests in Belarus threaten Lukashenko's grip on power? Are 🇺🇸 and 🇪🇺 doing what they should to coax Belarus away from dictatorship? Questions I put to this morning .
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Transatlantic Policy Center 21h
"The country [US} can learn from abroad when it comes to police reform, in particular from the experience of Northern Ireland" Interesting piece from !
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Joerg Forbrig 20h
’s War on the People Calls for a Strong Response - a first take of mine on the dramatic events since yesterday
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Steven Bosacker 20h
My colleague, Lauren Burke, does a great job of laying out areas where U.S. looking to reform policing can take some sober lessons from Northern Ireland
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German Marshall Fund 20h
has openly declared war on the Belarusian people, yet it is a war that he has already lost, writes GMF's . His latest calls for a strong EU response beyond the condemnations already voiced:
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German Marshall Fund 20h
“The fact that the troop withdrawal was so poorly communicated and that no joint planning occurred on how the loss of U.S. troops could be compensated, shows how fraught the transatlantic alliance has become,” GMF's Thomas Kleine-Brockhoff for :
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German Marshall Fund 20h
GMF's speaks to on Mike Pompeo's Eastern Europe tour: "If the Secretary of State had wanted to discuss some of the pivotal issues of transatlantic relations at the moment, he would have stopped off in Brussels, Paris and Berlin."
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Sena Staufer Aug 10
My colleague from , , states with that it was not a fair election, but "a traditional controlled process of re-electing President Lukashenko."
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German Marshall Fund 21h
No break for — GMF experts , , and react on Twitter as protests erupt following Sunday's election results:
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German Marshall Fund 22h
As U.S. cities move forward with changes to policing, they should also take a lesson from the shortcomings of the Northern Ireland process, writes GMF's Lauren Burke. Her latest on rebuilding trust:
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German Marshall Fund 24h
What we see evolving in Belarus is the fact that Belarusian citizens want to have a say, tells . "They are citizens of this country, they love this country, and they want to take active part in social and political life.” (18:38)
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German Marshall Fund Aug 10
GMF's doubted that would win even before the election; not bc of her political chances, but due to election fraud: It is not a fair election, but "a traditional controlled process of the re-election of ."
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Terry Martin Aug 10
Do the protests in Belarus threat Lukashenko's grip on power? Are the US and EU doing what they should to coax Belarus away from dictatorship? I put those questions to this morning
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EUobserver Aug 10
[Opinion] If Europeans hope to take part in the digital economy, the EU must opt for interoperability over harmonisation, and must avoid holding other governments to a standard that it cannot hold its own member states. By of
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Maryna Rakhlei Aug 9
Spoke to about elections in : whatever the official results, thirst for change in the society is unquenchable by current regime
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Sam duPont Aug 10
I’m in the this morning, commenting on the Schrems II decision. The decision has been seen as a rebuke of the US. But the more enduring effect may be to isolate Europe itself.
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German Marshall Fund Aug 9
"China will sound willing in principle to extend the CPEC to Afghanistan but it is cautious in practice," 's quoted by on the intensifying competition between the U.S. and China on new trade roads:
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