Source - The Daily Express

Russian President Vladimir Putin has called for the volatile situation in North Korea to be resolved through dialogue, not “insolent” threats of force.


Source - The Daily Express

Catalonia is set to declare immediate independence from Spain if Madrid fails to hold talks with separatist leaders.


Source - Fox News

Uber-liberal billionaire George Soros infused “the bulk of his wealth” -- $18 billion -- into his activist charity arm Tuesday, making the philanthropic organization second only to Bill and Melinda Gates' Foundation.


Source - The Telegraph

Britain must be prepared to walk away from the EU and stop negotiations if European leaders do not agree to trade talks at a summit on Thursday evening.


Source - NATO Watch

On the 9 October NATO announced the launch of a new multinational Black Sea Force, the Multinational NATO South-East Brigade, headquartered in Craiova, southern Romania. aimed at countering an increased threat from Russia in the Black Sea region.


Source - The Daily Express

Austria could be about to join the anti-immigration Visegrad group after a controversial election that has caused havoc for the European Union.


Source - Fox News

North Korea told other countries on Monday to avoid participating in military action with the U.S. to avoid retaliation and warned that a “nuclear war may break any moment.”


Source - The Daily Express

The Czech Republic looks set to join the growing band of countries to reject “meddling” by the European Union (EU) as it is poised to elect a eurosceptic in this weekend’s general election.


Source - The Daily Express

Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker’s Brexit dinner has left some in Brussels puzzled at the outcome, according to UK and European Union officials.


Source - The Daily Express

Spain has jailed two separatists believed to have played significant roles in organising Catalonia’s recent independence referendum in a “political prisoner” retaliation against the region.


HEADLINE NEWS AND COMMENTS

Source - The Telegraph

Catalonia is facing an unprecedented move by Madrid to seek a suspension of the region's autonomy this morning, unless separatist leader Carles Puigdemont abandons his bid for independence


Source - The Daily Express

Sebastian Kurz is expected to clinch victory in the Austria elections, according to the latest projections, which could see him form an alliance with the far right in a crushing blow for the European Union.


ANALYTIC

by Join Solomon and Alison Spanin - The Hill

Before the Obama administration approved a controversial deal in 2010 giving Moscow control of a large swath of American uranium, the FBI had gathered substantial evidence that Russian nuclear industry officials were engaged in bribery, kickbacks.


Anthony H. Cordesman, the Arleigh A. Burke Chair in Strategy - CSIS

The White House announced the broad outline of this strategy for Iran on October 13, 2017, going far beyond the expected focus on failing to certify Iran's compliance with the Iran nuclear arms agreement - the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action or JCPOA.


Source - The Centre for European and Transatlantic Stuides

The Centre for European and Transatlantic Stuides with support from SlovakAid on October 11, 2017 has conducted n Kyiv the round-table 'Ukraine, Central-Eastern Europe and European Strategic Development'.


By Daniel Fried and Brian O’Toole - Atlantic Council

The Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act, which Trump signed on August 2, 2017,was originally introduced as an Iran sanctions bill but became an amalgamation of several proposed sanctions bills involving Russia, Iran, and North Korea.


by Ian Mason - Breitbart

Multiple reports cited White House sources claiming Trump is “embarrassed” over the outcome of Tuesday’s Alabama U.S. Senate election and understands he made a mistake in endorsing Luther Strange over Judge Roy Moore.


Anthony H. Cordesman, the Arleigh A. Burke Chair in Strategy - CSIS

Regardless of size, it seems more likely to be designed to increase political pressure on NATO —the new form of asymmetric warfare in Europe—than lead to major changes in Russian deployments or any form of direct aggression.


by Anthony H. Cordesman - CSIS

The United States seems to be adjusting the military half of its strategy in Iraq, Syria, and Afghanistan to the point where it can be successful.


Anthony H. Cordesman, the Arleigh A. Burke Chair in Strategy - CSIS

Iran does present real risks, and its leadership may leave the U.S. and its Arab allies with little future choice, but taking a bad case as a given and reacting by making things even worse makes no sense at all.


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