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    A Chronology of Russia From Yeltsin's Fall Through Putin's Rise

    Kosovo Crisis Sets Template for New Russian Politics
    During the Kosovo crisis, as Russian politicians rallied to challenge NATO intervention in Serbia and found a new source of unity, then-Russian President Boris Yeltsin found himself isolated.

    Oct. 15, 1998: One voice that has been relatively weak has been that of embattled Russian President Boris Yeltsin. Though he declared his firm opposition to NATO strikes on October 9, Russia's nationalists and communists have claimed that weak Yeltsin leadership allowed the U.S. and the West to assert hegemony. Yeltsin is even losing control of national policy regarding Kosovo. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Yakushkin was forced to rebut Defense Ministry statements on the issue, claiming only Yeltsin and the Foreign Ministry could make official policy. Kosovo may be Yeltsin's undoing, as it has united and revitalized his opponents.

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    [size=31] Fighting Resumes as Inspectors Arrive in Eastern Ukraine[/size]
    Fighting in eastern Ukraine resumed on Monday, raising new concerns about access for the international investigators who began arriving in Donetsk to inspect the wreckage of flight MH17 and victims' bodies (Reuters). Russian president Vladimir Putin urged that the incident not be used for political ends (Guardian) as the UN Security Council was set to vote on a resolution that would demand a cease-fire around the vicinity of the crash site and the United States laid out its claims that Russia bears responsibility for the incident (WSJ). Meanwhile pressure mounted on European leaders to widen sanctions ahead ofTuesday's meeting of EU foreign ministers (EUobserver).
    Analysis
    "The tactically clever and deeply cynical maneuvers of propaganda and military improvisation that have taken [Russian president Vladimir Putin] this far, one of his former advisers told me in Moscow earlier this month, are bound to risk unanticipated disasters. Western economic and political sanctions may be the least of it," writes David Remnick in the New Yorker.
    "According to one close observer of Ukrainian politics, the MH17 tragedy has unified almost all Ukrainians against Putin, even those who might sympathize with some elements of the pro-Russian opposition. And rather than undermining NATO, it has breathed new life into the alliance. The more that Moscow meddles in its neighbors' politics, the more likely that other states will move toward the west," writes Joshua Rovner for the Monkey Cage.
    "None of this looks very good for the West, which is clearly hoping that MH17 is the thing that will bring Putin to his senses and get him to agree to some kind of off-ramp, or, at least, a deescalation. But that's hard to do if neither your public nor your political class see it as a game-changer or as anything that should force Russia to end this game," writes Julia Ioffe in the New Republic.
     
    PACIFIC RIM
    Contested Indonesian Elections Results Expected
    Indonesia's electoral commission is expected to declare the winner of Indonesia's tightly contested presidential election (Bloomberg). Ex-general Prabowo Subianto signaled that he would reject the results (SMH), calling for a delay in the announcement amid allegations of fraud.
    CFR's Joshua Kurlantzick comments on the election and other developments in Southeast Asia.
    CHINA: Beijing defended its dispatch of a spy ship to international waters off Hawaii (SCMP), where China is participating for the first time in the U.S.-hosted Rim of the Pacific naval exercises.
     
    SOUTH AND CENTRAL ASIA
    China's Afghan Envoy Backs Pakistan
    China's new Afghan envoy, Sun Yuxi, praised Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence agency amid recent Afghan and Indian criticisms that it has played a destabilizing role (Hindu) in the country. Sun, whose position is newly created, will visit Kabul and Islamabad this week.
    AFGHANISTAN: U.S. envoy James Dobbins on Sunday spoke with Afghan president Hamid Karzai on the country's political transition (TOLO), a day after the vote audit was briefly suspended over a dispute regarding the adjudication of fraud complaints (WSJ).
     
    MIDDLE EAST
    Kerry to Make Israel-Hamas Cease-Fire Bid in Cairo
    U.S. secretary of state John Kerry is expected to arrive in Cairo on Monday in a bid torestore the 2012 cease-fire struck between Israel and Hamas (FT). Sunday was the deadliest single day in two weeks of conflict for both Palestinians and Israeli forces (NYT), which said they thwarted two infiltrations via tunnel (Haaretz).
    CFR's Elliott Abrams and Robert Danin discussed the crisis in a media call Friday.
    IRAN: Iran is complying with its commitments to dilute its stock of enriched uranium,the nuclear watchdog IAEA said Monday (AFP). The report comes after Iran and world powers announced a four-month extension of negotiations.
    Nuclear expert Robert Litwak discusses the view from Tehran.
     
    AFRICA
    UN: South Sudan Rebels Broke Cease-Fire
    The United Nations on Sunday accused South Sudanese rebels of violating a cease-fire (BBC) as they battled government forces for control of the strategic town of Nasir (Sudan Tribune).
    AFRICA: The latest cycle of economic expansion in sub-Saharan Africa is being driven by consumer demand rather than high commodity prices (NYT).
     
    EUROPE
    Bosnians Bury Newly Found Civil War Dead
    Thousands of Bosnians gathered on Sunday to lay to rest 284 victims of Serbian ethnic cleansing in 1992. Evidence from a recently discovered mass grave will be used at war crimes trials at The Hague (Deutsche Welle).
     
    AMERICAS
    Central American Migration Draws Protests
    The flow of young Central American migrants to the United States may be slowing (NYT), but anti-immigration rallies have spring up nationwide (WSJ). 

    PANAMA: Arbitration over cost overruns in the expansion of the Panama Canal (Miami Herald) is set to begin on Monday in Miami.



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    JULY. 19. 2014 | AL JAZEERA ENGLISH | NEWS
    ISLAMIC STATE'S SUPPORT SPREADS INTO ASIA
    Veryan Khan, editorial director of Terrorism Research & Analysis Consortium (TRAC), told Al Jazeera that there are already some 500 fighters from the Asia Pacific region in the Middle East. Studying the tactics used by the new generation of armed fighters, TRAC security expert Veryan Khan said that they are trying to "consolidate" their support using social media.  In its latest report published on July 16, the TRAC research organisation concluded that the Islamic State group "seems to have won the vote of the young jihadists, the generation that will determine the future of jihadist terrorist organisations".

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    EUROPOL SUPPORTS INTERPOL TEAM TO HELP VICTIMS OF MALAYSIAN AIRLINES CRASH
    19 July 2014
    At least one Europol expert is to join an INTERPOL team, which includes Disaster Victim Identification (DVI) experts and a responsible from the International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP). The team is to be depolyed shortly in Ukraine to provide on-site assistance.
    Teams at Europol have been monitoring the situation since immediately after the crash Thursday 17 July and offered all possible assistance to those involved in responding to the incident.

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    Illegal gambling networks across Asia targeted in INTERPOL-led operation


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    INTERPOL Nigeria escorts Nyanya bombing suspect extradited from Sudan


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