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    Russian aggression against Ukraine, international law and global security: 25 key theses
    May16

    Russian aggression against Ukraine, international law and global security: 25 key theses

    Introductory remarks 1)      Understanding of the consequences of the aggression continues. To talk about what consequences the Russian aggression has already identified, would be jumping ahead of time even now. These consequences will be determined by a combination of many factors, first of all – the ability or inability of leading players to...

    Three instruments of Kremlin against Ukraine
    May04

    Three instruments of Kremlin against Ukraine

    Originally published by eurointegration.com.ua , translated by UaPosition In recent months, in connection with the relative calm in the Russian-Ukrainian war in the Donbas region, many Western observers have begun to classify this confrontation as another “frozen conflict” on the territory of the former Soviet Union. But still, even...

    Stratfor: In Ukraine, cycle of uncertainty churns on
    Apr23

    Stratfor: In Ukraine, cycle of uncertainty churns on

    Early parliamentary elections cannot be ruled out in Ukraine if progress on economic growth and political reforms continues to elude the country, and it may return it to Russia`s camp, according to Stratfor, the U.S.-based private intelligence company. ”Despite its fresh start, however, the new Ukrainian government faces many lingering...

    Profit from war: illegal export of coal from Ukrainian territory occupied by Russia
    Apr18

    Profit from war: illegal export of coal from Ukrainian territory occupied by Russia

    The international volunteer group InformNapalm has completed a detailed analyze of files which have been obtained from the «UKV» group of hackers, collected from emails at the Ministry of Transport of «DPR» and Donetsk Railways. The files were submitted for analysis by a data devotee «KiDap» at the Ukrainian Cyber Force Group «FM». During our...

    Washington Post releases new article on Poroshenko`s offshore assets
    Apr05

    Washington Post releases new article on Poroshenko`s offshore assets

    Reports based on the Panama Papers suggest that the president of Ukraine attempted to use an offshore company for a pre-sale restructuring of his business. The authors` initial analysis suggests, though, that there is no direct evidence of major wrongdoing. ”The incident will, however, accelerate the public debate in Ukraine about its outdated...

    Akhmetov still tops richest Ukrainians list, Poroshenko`s income $100 mln up
    Apr04

    Akhmetov still tops richest Ukrainians list, Poroshenko`s income $100 mln up

    Ukrainian businessman Rinat Akhmetov has traditionally ranked first in the list of Ukraine`s top 100 richest people, with assets estimated at $2.3 billion, down $4.6 billion over the last year, according to Forbes Ukraine. The billionaire`s assets depleted due to a decrease in world prices of iron ore and metal. In addition, almost all his...

    20 Ukrainians exposed in Panama Papers leak including President Poroshenko
    Apr04

    20 Ukrainians exposed in Panama Papers leak including President Poroshenko

    Twenty people connected with Ukraine have become exposed in the so-called Panama Papers leak related to offshore holdings, according to Ukrainian TV news service TSN. A new investigation published by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP), the German newspaper...

    ICIJ: Offshore network tied to Putin
    Apr03

    ICIJ: Offshore network tied to Putin

    The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) together with other media partners has published an investigation based on secret files that reveal complex multimillion-dollar offshore financial deals that channel wealth and power towards a network of people and companies closely allied to Russian President Vladimir Putin. The...

    Russia clearly benefits from Brussels attacks – Ukraine expert
    Apr02

    Russia clearly benefits from Brussels attacks – Ukraine expert

    On March 22 two explosions hit the capital of the European Union. The terrorist attacks in Brussels claimed lives of few dozen people. Ukraine Today is joined by Oleh Belokolos, Maidan for Foreign Affairs NGO Department of Bilateral Relations Director, to discuss the situation in Europe after Brussel’s attacks. ‘It’s a clear message from ISIS...

    Who is Mr. Kadyrov: possible Putin’s successor knows he is a traitor
    Mar10

    Who is Mr. Kadyrov: possible Putin’s successor knows he is a traitor

    In an interview to Radio Liberty the head of the “Government of Ichkeria in exile” Ahmed Zakayev, who lives in exile in London, examines the recent actions and statements of Ramzan Kadyrov and evaluates the role of Chechnya in the strategy of the Russian authorities. There is a continuing public debate in Russia about the role of the...

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