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BOOK LAUNCH: ‘Web of Influence’ Details Sweeping Abuses and Impunity across Fethullah Gülen US Charter School Network

The following press release was distributed to media today. A livestream of the press conference will be available across our various social media platforms. ‘Web of Influence’ examines the secretive lobbying and influence operations and issues demand for accountability, enforcement, and enhanced oversight ISTANBUL, July 7, 2022 – Today the law firm of Amsterdam & […]

Oxfam’s ‘Star Chamber’ Findings on N’Daw Matter Do Not Meet Minimum Standards of Due Process

The following statement was issued today by Robert Amsterdam of Amsterdam & Partners LLP: In a recent article published by the Times of London, our client, the former country director for Oxfam in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ms. Corinne N’Daw, was featured in a negative and improper light. The article wrongly indicates that Ms. […]

RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – February 24, 2022

Today in Russia: Invasion. Will the world respond?

RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – February 23, 2022

Today in Russia/CIS: Ukraine calls up reservists; Levada Center Director Volkov on public opinion in Russia; Erdogan says Turkey won’t accept Russian moves in Ukraine; EU and US latest sanctions; Russia-Ukraine crisis as viewed Uzbekistan; Israel walks a tightrope on its Ukraine position

RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – February 22, 2022

but which borders?;’ History professor (and President) Putin delivers fiery speech; Lavrov re-writes the rules of international sovereignty; UK and EU roll out initial sanctions, and Washington plans big moves; Nord Stream 2 finally meets its end after a slow, painful death; Zelensky’s speech; White House: On second thought, that’s an invasion; How will China respond?; Russia to evacuate all diplomatic staff from Ukraine

RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – February 21, 2022

Today in Russia/CIS: Russia to recognize Donetsk and Lugansk?; A scary Security Council meeting; Markets don’t like recognition ‘Nightmare’ conditions for Russian troops at the border; New cryptocurrency rules proposed by finance ministry

RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – February 18, 2022

Today in Russia/CIS: Number two US diplomat in Moscow expelled; Russian response to US security proposal; Support in Ukraine for NATO membership at record high; Ukraine on the agenda at UN; Sberbank raises deposit and mortgage rates for second time in a month amid central bank rate rises; Enough with the Georgia-Ukraine comparisons; Turkmenistan’s President might be passing the reigns to his son next month, who is he and why now?

RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – February 17, 2022

Today in Russia/CIS: Donetsk and Lugansk unrecognized territories accuse Kyiv of shelling and return fire; What are the chances Russia will actually recognize Donetsk and Lugansk? Thousands more to the border!; Russian Embassy in DC: You Americans are engaging in self-hypnosis!; Exercises (and the “mythical” troops) are gone, calm down!; Rogozin to EU: Come with us into the world of space; The road to London(grad) can no longer be purchased

RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – February 16, 2022

Today in Russia/CIS: Russia says it is pulling back some troops after military drills end; EU not happy with Duma plan to recognize separatist Ukraine regions; Ukraine cyber-attack; Navalny faces even more years in jail with latest trial; Scholtz latest visitor to the Kremlin; Russia’s unprecedented level of freedom on the global stage; Japan urges West not to back down re Ukraine as signal to China

RA’s Daily Russia News Blast – February 14, 2022

Today in Russia/CIS: Ukraine crisis leads to financial chaos; Ukraine seeks urgent OSCE meeting; Ukraine says its ultimate goal to join NATO enshrined in its constitution; Putin’s isolated worldview; US playing information warfare a la Putin?; Duma to hold vote on recognition of Donetsk and Lugansk; Ukraine vows to keep airspace open despite threats and insurance concerns;