Netherlands and Ukraine’s EU free trade and association deal – what to expect next?

Netherlands and Ukraine’s EU free trade and association deal – what to expect next?

Is this the end of the deal? Not quite: negotiations with the EU and Ukraine have only recently begun and some areas have already been applied provisionally after the deal was ratified by the EU institutions.

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STOLYPIN: Putin’s intelligence reforms may prove rather unintelligent

STOLYPIN: Putin’s intelligence reforms may prove rather unintelligent

A single super-agency is going to present a single view, further contributing to a simplification of the worldview with which Putin is presented.

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Rimac and his Croatian supercars: together in electric dreams

Rimac and his Croatian supercars: together in electric dreams

Rimac Automobili grew out of the 28-year-old entrepreneur’s hobby of building and racing electric cars, and today his company provides technological solutions and components for high-end carmakers as well as producing its own supercars.

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COLCHIS: Turkey’s views on Russia haven’t changed, but its priorities shifted

COLCHIS: Turkey’s views on Russia haven’t changed, but its priorities shifted

Turkey’s Western partnerships face a variety of very real challenges, but Ankara will address them as a member of the Euro-Atlantic community, not as an outsider.

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MOSCOW BLOG: Unveiling the KGB school of economic management

MOSCOW BLOG: Unveiling the KGB school of economic management

Putin is reviving the KGB with a new Ministry of State Security. Why? The goal is probably to recapture some of the $300bn lost to corruption every year to help plug a budget deficit that is expected to persist for years.

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MOSCOW BLOG: Putin’s political system is now broken as well as the economic one

MOSCOW BLOG: Putin’s political system is now broken as well as the economic one

The Kremlin’s proxy in the lower house of parliament United Russia won the biggest majority ever in Russia’s seventh parliamentary election. Putin's economic model was already broken, but it looks like his political model is also bust.

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CENTRAL ASIA BLOG: Uzbekistan colossus has feet of clay

CENTRAL ASIA BLOG: Uzbekistan colossus has feet of clay

Triumvirate likely to keep together to prevent 'Arab Spring' type turbulence.

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FINTECH: The payments master Worldcore

FINTECH: The payments master Worldcore

To get a sense of how fast the financial technology boom is sweeping through the industry, Worldcore celebrated only its one-year anniversary in September, yet already is well on its way to becoming a one-stop shop for all payment solutions.

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COMMENT: Moscow now outpacing New York and London in construction volumes

COMMENT: Moscow now outpacing New York and London in construction volumes

The last time Moscow experienced an outsized jump in real estate prices, rentals and housing starts was in 2003. Another construction boom is getting under way in Moscow, where volumes are higher than in New York and London.

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