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    NATO Ships visit Burgas, Bulgaria
    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]4 Jul 2014
    Standing NATO Mine Counter Measures Group TWO has arrived in Burgas for a scheduled port visit.  Following the visit, the ships will take part in naval exercise BREEZE 2014. 
    Ceremony at Combined Air Operations Centre, Torrejon, Spain
    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]4 Jul 2014
    SACEUR, General Philip Breedlove, was on hand for a ceremony at CAOC Torrejon to mark the CAOC's achievements since its activation.

    Standing NATO Mine Counter-Measures Group TWO enters the Black Sea
    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]4 Jul 2014
    One of NATO's four Standing Maritime Forces is in the Black Sea as part of a regularly scheduled deployment to enhance solidarity and readiness in the region.
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    NATO ships enter Black Sea
    03 Jul. 2014
    Four NATO ships entered the Black Sea today in a regularly scheduled deployment to enhance NATO solidarity and readiness in the region.



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    Singapore, 1-3 October 2014
    The 2nd INTERPOL-Europol Cybercrime Conference will be hosted by the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation in Singapore.
    Under the theme "Cybercrime Investigations: The Full Cycle", this three-day event will bring together representatives from law enforcement, private sector, academia and international organizations from across the world. They will discuss cybercrime investigations and their latest techniques with a view to enhancing cooperation on cybercrime.

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    [size=10]3 July 2014

    On 1 July 2014, five defendants were found guilty of being part of an organised crime group involved in trafficking human beings into the United Kingdom, and were convicted by a UK court to a total of over 75 years' imprisonment.
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    [size=10]3 July 2014

    70 explosives specialists, bomb technicians, investigators and chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear (CBRN) experts from 27 EU countries, Norway, Switzerland, Australia and USA, as well as from the Centre of Excellence on Countering Improvised Explosive Devices (CoE C-IED), European Centre for Disease Control (ECDC), European Defence Agency (EDA), International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the European Police College (CEPOL) and Europol, participated in two conferences on explosives and CBRN, followed by a field training activity.
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    [size=31]Chinese President Xi Jinping Visits South Korea[/size]
    Editor's Note: There will be no Daily Brief sent on Friday, July 4. The DB will resume on Monday, July 7.
    Chinese president Xi Jinping arrived in Seoul (Korea Times) on Thursday to meet his South Korean counterpart, Park Geun-hye, in a state visit that could signal a shift in regional geopolitics. South Korea's relations with Japan, also a vital U.S. ally, has been strained as Tokyo adopted a more aggressive defense doctrine this week and moved to review its apology to Korean women for World War II-era crimes (WSJ). Observers say that China is unsettling the U.S.-South Korea alliance while shunting its traditional ally, North Korea (NYT), which vowed Thursday to continue launching short-range missiles (WSJ). Meanwhile, Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe said that Japan would ease its unilateral sanctions on North Korea (Japan Times).
    "For Beijing, a main payoff from the visit to Seoul, aside from sending a not so subtle message to Pyongyang, will lie in securing Seoul's cooperation with Beijing in criticizing Japan. There is no doubt that by visiting Yasukuni Shrine last December, Prime Minister Abe has stirred up public outrage and distrust over Japan's future intentions in both South Korea and China," writes CFR's Scott Snyder.
    "The North seems to still believe, based on logic that is clear only to those residing in Pyongyang, that China needs the North more than it needs China, and that while China will send signals of its annoyance from time to time, at the end of the day it will not pull the plug and take Pyongyang off of life support; any pain Pyongyang may experience will be temporary," writes Ralph Cossa in the Guardian.
    "Regionally Japan must also tread carefully, especially toward South Korea. Seoul reacted cautiously Tuesday, emphasizing that Japan would not be allowed to participate in collective defense on the Korean Peninsula without an invitation. Koreans' painful memories of Japanese colonial rule mean that this is unlikely in the foreseeable future," writes the Wall Street Journal in an editorial.
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    Australia Denies Violating Asylum-Seekers? Rights
    Australian prime minister Tony Abbott on Thursday described Sri Lanka as "a society at peace" amid reports that Australia intercepted Tamil asylum seekers in the middle of the ocean and handed them over to the Sri Lankan navy (SMH). The UN raised concern about Australian border-protection laws while Australia denied it is in violation of international humanitarian law (WSJ).
    New Pakistani Counterterrorism Bill Draws Criticism
    Pakistan's National Assembly on Wednesday approved new powers for the country's security forces (Dawn), which lawmakers said are necessary to combat the Pakistani Taliban, but drew criticism from rights groups (NYT). The bill allows security forces to shoot suspects and conduct warrantless searches and arrests.
    CFR's Global Governance report card identifies Pakistan as a "truant" in counterterrorism policy.
    INDIA: U.S. senator John McCain discussed revitalizing the U.S.-India trade and strategic relationships (Dawn) with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday. McCain's visit to New Delhi comes a day after India summoned a senior U.S. diplomat overallegations the NSA spied on Modi's political party (Reuters).
    A new CFR timeline tracks milestones in U.S.-Indian relations.
    Saudi Arabia Deploys Troops to Iraqi Border
    Saudi Arabia deployed thirty thousand troops to its border with Iraq (FT) amid reports of Iraqi troops abandoning frontier posts. The news comes a day after Iraqi prime minister Nouri al-Maliki made a bid for unity in a televised address (AFP).
    ISRAEL: Israel on Thursday began moving troop reinforcements to its border with the Gaza strip (AP) after Gaza militants and the Israeli Air Force exchanged strikes overnight (Haaretz).
    South Sudan on Brink of Famine, Agencies Warn
    South Sudan will face a famine within weeks unless a billion dollar shortfall in funding for food aid is closed, according to a coalition of thirteen major aid agencies (AFP).
    SOMALIA: A Somali lawmaker and his bodyguards were killed in Mogadishu in an attack claimed by the militant group al-Shabab (BBC), which vowed to increase attacks during Ramadan. The attack comes as U.S. officials acknowledged that U.S. military advisors have been operating in the country for several years (Reuters).
    Hollande, Merkel Urge Putin to Broker Ceasefire
    French and German leaders urged Russian president Vladimir Putin to encourage separatists in eastern Ukraine to reach an agreement with the Ukrainian authorities (Reuters), a day after Moscow insisted that Kiev halt its military operations and restore a ceasefire (NYT).
    GERMANY: The Bundestag on Thursday passed an 8.50 euro/hour national minimum wage (DeutscheWelle) after protracted negotiations between Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats and Social Democrats.
    CFR's Benn Steil discusses global financial governance on the seventieth anniversary of the Bretton Woods conference.
    U.S., UK Step Up Airport Security
    The United States and United Kingdom are increasing security at airports in Europe and the Middle East amid concern that new bombs could evade standard detection procedures (FT).
    PERU: Interior Minister Daniel Urresti proclaimed his innocence on accusations he murdered a journalist in 1988 as a young army intelligence officer fighting Shining Path rebels (AP).

    Posted: 04 Jul 2014 05:44 AM PDT
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    Posted: 04 Jul 2014 05:26 AM PDT
    A grande questão da Europa é a questão alemã. Ou o problema central da Europa é a Europa central. Ou a Europa não é possível sem a Alemanha e com a Alemanha é impossível… Em 2008, George Friedman publicava “The German Question”. Desde então muita coisa mudou mas a análise do George continua a brilhar [...]
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    Marinha EUA: Diz-me onde andas direi o que te preocupa (Update)
    Posted: 04 Jul 2014 05:20 AM PDT
    Ler a presença naval visível dos EUA no mundo permite uma rápida leitura dos principais focos de interesse global, aos olhos de Washington. Com o arrefecimento da questão ucrâniana, a Marinha dos EUA saiu do Mediterrâneo, onde estava junto à porta de entrada para o Mar Negro que banha a Ucrânia, e ruma ao Índico, [...]
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