# On trying to report a rape in Russia
# Russia's building a rather slow computer chip of its own
# The Kremlin may benefit from Poland's fight for coal
# For Russians, the "new cold war" has already started
# In April, "20 feet" came between Russia and War with NATO (according to New York Review of Books)
# Ukraine accuses Facebook of pro-Russia bias
# Ukraine turning to Romania for help in battle against hacking
# "Defanging the Ukrainian Oligarchs" - Balazs Jarabik, Carnegie
# Moldova expels Romanian ahead of pro-unification rally
# IS releases audio message purported to be from Baghdadi
# Senior Iranian official calls Saudi King Salman a traitor to Islam
# "12 Years Later, a Mystery of Chemical Exposure in Iraq Clears Slightly" - C.J. Chivers, New York Times
# As Ghani takes on corruption, Afghans increasingly nostalgic about Karzai
# US watchdog: Afghanistan's future threatened by bad intelligence
# Paula Kantor and the "inherent racism of viewing all foreigners as ‘invaders’"
# How to "democratize Pakistan's youth"
# Serbia rehabilitates convicted Nazi collaborator
# What's killing Kazakhstan's antelope?