By Robert Amsterdam | Published: December 12, 2012
When Rwanda gets mentioned in the international media, it’s usually about the genocide, Western guilt, the M23, and Susan Rice. But its worth looking at how they’ve transformed their economy to become an African tiger.
TODAY: Violations of Minsk agreement reach new heights; Lavrov accuses EU of meddling with ceasefire, will not discuss sanctions; Gazprom sues Naftogaz; BRICS beat G7; Navalny reveals state support for biker gang; ruble overvalued; Rosatom has nuclear projects in over a dozen countries; Sechin salary revealed.
TODAY: Victory Day celebrations to carry on through the week, Chinese leader and U.N. Secretary General to attend; Putin signs tenfold increase to extremism fine; election monitor attacked; Ukraine wants $16bn from Gazprom; Finland and Norway negotiate with a more active Russia; ruble advances into Ukraine.
TODAY: Putin proceeds with plans for BRICS reserve fund; military show and parade to mark Victory Day; 2015 capital outflows already over $30bn; NATO says Russia maybe planning further Ukraine actions; Lithuania accuses Russia of interfering with energy cable; ballet legend Plisetskaya dies.