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    Sweden accuses Russia of providing propaganda, fake news and falsifications after aggression in Ukraine
    Jan13

    Sweden accuses Russia of providing propaganda, fake news and falsifications after aggression in Ukraine

    Swedish Institute of International Affairs reports that the Russian Federation make fake news, false documents, disinformation as part of a coordinated campaign to influence public opinion and decision-making in Sweden. “An increasing amount of disinformation, forged telegrams and fake news items have surfaced in the Swedish information...

    Why Moscow seeks more security cooperation with Eurasian neighbors – Stratfor
    Dec21

    Why Moscow seeks more security cooperation with Eurasian neighbors – Stratfor

    Stratfor, the U.S.-based geopolitical intelligence and consulting firm, notes that Moscow`s military and diplomatic standoffs with the West continue, therefore Russia is renewing its efforts to boost security cooperation with its Eurasian neighbors. ”Moscow seeks opportunities to increase its presence throughout the region,” Stratfor said in the...

    Review of Russian propaganda : ”Visa genocide,” ”Ukraine full of Nazis”, “pathological Russophobia in EU”
    Dec19

    Review of Russian propaganda : ”Visa genocide,” ”Ukraine full of Nazis”, “pathological Russophobia in EU”

    Russian propagandist could not but twist information about Ukraine`s forthcoming visa-free regime with the European Union, according to a Disinformation Review from the European External Action Service East StratCom Task Force. The recent period involved multiple pieces of disinformation regarding the visa liberalization process for Ukraine, a...

    Anniversary of the Budapest Memorandum: how Ukraine lost nuclear weapons
    Dec05

    Anniversary of the Budapest Memorandum: how Ukraine lost nuclear weapons

    On 5 December 1994, three nuclear powers, the Russian Federation, the United States of America, and the United Kingdom signed the Budapest Memorandum. Bill Clinton (USA), Boris Yeltsin (Russia) and Leonid Kravchuk (Ukraine) in January 1994 signed Trilateral Statement about Ukraine nuclear disarmament. This memorandum provided security assurances...

    U.S. Intelligence: Russia`s spreading fake news ”beyond propaganda”
    Dec04

    U.S. Intelligence: Russia`s spreading fake news ”beyond propaganda”

    U.S. intelligence officials believe Russia helped disseminate fake and propagandized news as part of a broader effort to influence and undermine the presidential election, two U.S. intelligence sources told BuzzFeed News. ”They`re doing this continuously, that`s a known fact,” one U.S. intelligence official said, requesting anonymity to discuss...

    Norway and Finland thaw relations with Russia
    Dec02

    Norway and Finland thaw relations with Russia

    Norway and Finland have revived economic and trade contacts with Russian ministers for the first time since the annexation of Crimea in a sign of a thawing in relations, according to the Financial Times. Three Norwegian ministers met their Russian counterpart for natural resources this week in the first such bilateral meeting in more than two...

    Remembrance Day of the Holodomor (Famine Genocide) 1932-33 years
    Nov26

    Remembrance Day of the Holodomor (Famine Genocide) 1932-33 years

    26.11.2016 takes place Holodomor Remembrance Day of the Holodomor 1932-33 years. During it were murdered nearly 10 million Ukrainians. Holodomor (Famine Genocide) was a man-made famine in Ukraine that was a part of Soviet Union and ethnically Ukrainian areas near the East Ukrainian borders in 1932 and 1933. Holodomor is death by hunger, famine,...

    How World War III could begin in Latvia and Baltic region
    Nov19

    How World War III could begin in Latvia and Baltic region

    Four years ago, I predicted Russia`s invasion of Ukraine. Here`s my next prediction, which by now will strike many people as obvious: The Baltics are next, and will pose one of President-elect Donald Trump`s first and greatest tests. It probably won`t take the form of an overt invasion, Paul Miller wrote in his article published on Foreign Policy...

    Putin circle nervous as corruption probe widens
    Nov18

    Putin circle nervous as corruption probe widens

    Russian government officials and investors fear that the arrest of economy minister Alexei Ulyukaev over alleged corruption could spark wider uncertainty amid signs that investigators are broadening their probe, according to the Financial Times. Russian government officials and investors fear that the arrest of economy minister Alexei Ulyukaev...

    Trump, Putin and grudging reformers tip Ukraine closer to Russia – Bloomberg
    Nov15

    Trump, Putin and grudging reformers tip Ukraine closer to Russia – Bloomberg

    In Ukraine, ever on the fault line between Russian power and western influence, the prospect of losing Uncle Sam`s protection under a new U.S. president is bad enough. The more immediate loss may be ”Uncle Joe,” according to Bloomberg. ”U.S. Vice President Joe Biden has been essential to cajoling the government in Kyiv to keep up with the...

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