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    Russia shoots itself in foot through trial of journalist in occupied Crimea
    Jun15

    Russia shoots itself in foot through trial of journalist in occupied Crimea

    By staging show trials aimed at silencing opposition to annexation, Russia has drawn attention to the fact that its own legislation indicts Russian President Vladimir Putin and all those who helped him invade another country’s territory. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    German Scooter band breaches Crimea sanctions, incites fans to break the law
    Jun15

    German Scooter band breaches Crimea sanctions, incites fans to break the law

    Not only has Germany’s Scooter band decided to flout international sanctions and ignore Russia’s grave human rights abuses in occupied Crimea, but it is also misleading its fans on its own website …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    The Ukrainian Reformation
    Jun14

    The Ukrainian Reformation

    …read more Source: Hudson Institute

    Proposed Nord Stream 2 compromise guarantees Ukraine’s gas transit role
    Jun14

    Proposed Nord Stream 2 compromise guarantees Ukraine’s gas transit role

    The European Commission hopes to bring together the friends and the foes of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project around a mandate which would guarantee that Ukraine would remain a transit country for Russian gas to the EU. …read more Source:...

    Balkan foreign fighters: from Syria to Ukraine
    Jun14

    Balkan foreign fighters: from Syria to Ukraine

    Although the phenomenon of foreign fighters is certainly not new, recent developments in Syria and Iraq have put this issue back on the European Union’s security agenda. The Western Balkan region is not an exception to this trend. Violent extremism in the region is generally perceived through the lens of Islamist radicalisation and foreign...

    Also in Media: “The Kremlin’s Newest Hybrid Warfare Asset: Gangsters” | Foreign Policy | June 12, 2017
    Jun14

    Also in Media: “The Kremlin’s Newest Hybrid Warfare Asset: Gangsters” | Foreign Policy | June 12, 2017

    . . . as they look to prosecute their “political war” against the West, the Russians are emerging as the most enthusiastic users of gangsters’ services. Given that their intelligence services are now up to Cold War levels, it seems ironic that they would even need such amateur auxiliaries. However, so ambitious and numerous are their...

    Fact Check: is China dumping steel?
    Jun14

    Fact Check: is China dumping steel?

    We are continuing to act, when necessary, against unfair trading conditions in the steel sector, and against foreign dumping. European Union Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstroem speaks after the EU introduced new duties on steel products from China on Friday, June 9. China’s hold over the international steel market is pretty clear. It...

    Second ex-Berkut officer wanted for Maidan crimes found crushing protest in Russia
    Jun14

    Second ex-Berkut officer wanted for Maidan crimes found crushing protest in Russia

    Photos from the violent suppression of peaceful protests in Russia on June 12 have exposed a man now in Russian OMON riot police gear, but wanted by Ukraine for his leading role in the bloody dispersal of Maidan activists on November 30, 2013. Serhiy Kusyuk is the second key suspect who appears to now be helping the regime under Russian President...

    Health Concerns for Ukrainian Serving Insane Sentence as Russia’s Revenge for Maidan
    Jun14

    Health Concerns for Ukrainian Serving Insane Sentence as Russia’s Revenge for Maidan

    Andriy Kolomiyets, one of the two Ukrainians whom Russia has imprisoned on fabricated charges linked with Euromaidan, has reported worrying symptoms and asked for medical tests. There are grounds for concern as the other Ukrainian Oleksandr Kostenko has been persistently denied treatment for a serious injury inflicted by the FSB after his arrest....

    UN rights watchdog stops Ukraine from extraditing asylum seeker to Russia
    Jun14

    UN rights watchdog stops Ukraine from extraditing asylum seeker to Russia

    The UN Human Rights Committee has ordered the Ukrainian authorities to halt extradition of Timur Tumgoev to Russia, pending consideration of his assertion that he would face torture if forcibly returned …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

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