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Making Life Hard for Russia’s Robber Barons

Corruption in the post-Soviet world is seeping into the West. Here's a new way to push back.

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Confessions of a NATO Speechwriter

Speechwriting at NATO is a self-defeating, creatively stifling exercise -- one that threatens the hallowed institution's very existence. An insider account of how to fix it.

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Ukrainian Ambassador: Soviet Leadership Responsible for Chernobyl’s Victims

In an interview with Foreign Policy, Ukraine’s ambassador decried the Soviet Union’s cover-up of Chernobyl and said limiting the spread of radiation remains a top priority.

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Will Kiev’s New Government Fight Ukraine’s 1 Percent?

Ukraine has a new prime minister and cabinet. Can they root out the endemic corruption that has plagued the country?

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