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    2 years after cease-fire weary Ukraine still at war – The Washington Post
    Sep10

    2 years after cease-fire weary Ukraine still at war – The Washington Post

    The gray-bearded officer`s summary of the war in eastern Ukraine is terse with weariness. ”We stand in place. We shoot over there, they shoot back from over there,” Mykhailo Gaiduk said. ”It`s just burning up time.” The area that Gaiduk calls ”over there” is territory controlled by Russia-backed separatists, where a rebel using the nom de guerre...

    Ukrainian Parliament responds to Polish Parliament`s decision on Volyn tragedy
    Sep08

    Ukrainian Parliament responds to Polish Parliament`s decision on Volyn tragedy

    The Ukrainian legislators have called on their Polish counterparts to stop politicizing the tragic pages of Ukrainian-Polish history and to focus their efforts on building up constructive relations between Ukraine and Poland in order to strengthen partnership in the democratic Europe, based on European values. The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on...

    Clinton says possible Russian meddling a serious concern – Bloomberg
    Sep06

    Clinton says possible Russian meddling a serious concern – Bloomberg

    Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said potential Russian meddling in the U.S. election is a serious threat that must be addressed quickly and firmly, according to Bloomberg. Calling it ”almost unthinkable” that a foreign adversary would attempt to manipulate the American political system, Clinton said it appears that Russian...

    Russia`s war in Ukraine: The medals and treacherous numbers – Bellingcat
    Aug31

    Russia`s war in Ukraine: The medals and treacherous numbers – Bellingcat

    Thousands of Russian servicemen participated in combat operations in Donbas in 2014 and 2015, according to a new report from Bellingcat experts. The war in eastern Ukraine goes by multiple names; most often, terms such as ”Ukrainian civil war” or ”Ukrainian conflict” are used to describe it. However, the implication that this is solely an...

    Bloomberg: A year after $18 bln debt deal, Ukraine is hardly better off
    Aug31

    Bloomberg: A year after $18 bln debt deal, Ukraine is hardly better off

    A year after Ukraine averted default by reaching an agreement with creditors to restructure $18 billion of debt, the country`s bond market is again beginning to veer off course, according to Bloomberg. After outperforming all of emerging Europe in the first seven months of the year, some of those gains unwound as a flare-up in tension with Russia...

    English translation of audio evidence of Putin`s Adviser Glazyev and other Russian politicians involvement in war in Ukraine
    Aug29

    English translation of audio evidence of Putin`s Adviser Glazyev and other Russian politicians involvement in war in Ukraine

    The Ukrainian Prosecutor General’s office has published audio tapes of telephone conversation with Putin’s advisor Sergey Glazyev, recorded two years ago. Glazyev was one of the key figures in the realization of the Russian invasion on the territory of Ukraine in 2014. About the translation. Dialogues often are fragmentary and emotional, which is...

    WSJ: Russia builds up army near Ukraine border
    Aug19

    WSJ: Russia builds up army near Ukraine border

    Russia is bolstering its military presence on its western border, sending tens of thousands of soldiers to newly built installations within easy striking distance of Ukraine, according to The Wall Street Journal. The moves, which come as Moscow ratchets up confrontation over the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea, are a centerpiece of a new military...

    EU Reporter: Russian bear stealth attack for control of Ukraine nuclear power-generating company
    Aug16

    EU Reporter: Russian bear stealth attack for control of Ukraine nuclear power-generating company

    Under cover of the aggressive radio noise and propaganda created by Russia`s sabre rattling in the Baltics, Crimea and eastern Ukraine this weekend, Russia is trying by stealth to take over control of Energoatom, the state-owned nuclear power generating company in Ukraine, wrote James Wilson, a founding director of the EU-Ukraine Business...

    Putin is ready to start full-scale war against Ukraine in August-September
    Aug13

    Putin is ready to start full-scale war against Ukraine in August-September

    Originally published on Center for Army, Conversion and Disarmament Studies, translated by UaPosition As of August 11, 2016, the Center for Army, Conversion and Disarmament Studies (CACDS) states the following: In August the situation around Ukraine sharply became worth, from the Russian side everything is ready to conduct extensive intense...

    How the International Media Enables Russian Aggression in Ukraine
    Aug05

    How the International Media Enables Russian Aggression in Ukraine

    Originally published on Atlantic Council by Peter Dickinson If anyone had attempted to report on “German-backed forces” in Nazi-occupied France or “pro-Soviet forces” during the Prague Spring, they would have been dismissed as either hopelessly misinformed or deeply disingenuous. While local collaborators and convenient...

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