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Ukrainians go to the polls on Sunday, October 26 to elect a new national parliament. "The Power Vertical's" Brian Whitmore will moderate a panel of experts who will discuss how the vote will impact the many security, economic and political challenges Ukraine continues to face.
"Current Time," or "Nastoyashchee Vremya" in Russian, will provide audiences in countries bordering Russia with a balanced alternative to the disinformation produced by Russian media outlets that is driving instability in the region.
RFE/RL was quick to tell the local story behind the recruitment of fighters to join extremists in Syria and Iraq.
RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service marked its 60th anniversary on September 18 at an event in Kyiv, attended by Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk and Kyiv Mayor Vitaliy Klitschko.
Central Asia faces a myriad of questions and unsavory scenarios as the end of this year and the withdrawal of the bulk of foreign forces from Afghanistan approach. Faced with a security threat that could destabilize the whole region, what will the Central Asian governments do? More
Afghans will take to the polls on June 14 to decide which of the last candidates standing -- Abdullah Abdullah or Ashraf Ghani -- will be their next president, and the foreign policy issues in play are profound. More
The IMU threat has loomed over Central Asia for 15 years. Once the threat was clear and present -- in the late 1990's, IMU militants fought Kyrgyz and Uzbek government troops, then joined forces with Al Qaeda in Afghanistan. RFE/RL's Turkmen Service asks what happens now, as foreign troops leave? More
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