• Friday , 17 November 2017

OP-EDS

Bitter end for Kazakhstan’s sugar czar

Bitter end for Kazakhstan’s sugar czar

The ignominious end of Rakhat Aliyev, Kazakhstan’s most feared man, heir apparent, sugar czar, fugitive. On the morning of February 24, the warden of Vienna’s Josefstadt prison announced the suicide by hanging of his most notorious inmate. Rakhat Aliyev, former ...

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Boris Nemtsov’s last walk

Boris Nemtsov’s last walk

Did Boris Nemtsov, the bogeyman of Russia’s rising nationalism, push his luck by provoking Putin repeatedly? You could see his tall imposing frame and handsome face towering over his comrades-in-arms in the front line of anti-Kremlin demonstrations that rumbled down ...

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The Cost of Corruption

The Cost of Corruption

The U.S. must do some soul-searching and take a hard look at its own frequent role of the enabler of the region’s corrupt and undemocratic ways As legislators from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) member states ...

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