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    Ukrainian Library director could get 10 years on new Russian charges
    Apr04

    Ukrainian Library director could get 10 years on new Russian charges

    With the original ‘extremism’ and ‘incitement’ charges against Natalya Sharina, Director of the Ukrainian Literature Library in Moscow, proving just too sloppy and absurd, Russian investigators have come up with a new indictment …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Behind the Dutch Terror Threat Video: The St. Petersburg “Troll Factory” Connection
    Apr03

    Behind the Dutch Terror Threat Video: The St. Petersburg “Troll Factory” Connection

    At 13:30:09 GMT on 18 January 2016, a new YouTube channel called ПАТРИОТ (“Patriot”) uploaded its first video, titled (in Ukrainian) “Appeal of AZOV fighters to the Netherlands on a referendum about EU – Ukraine.” The video depicts six soldiers holding guns, supposedly from the notorious far-right, ultra-nationalist Azov Battalion, speaking in...

    New Terror Offensive Against Crimean Tatars
    Apr02

    New Terror Offensive Against Crimean Tatars

    At least 35 Crimean Tatars were detained on Friday evening after armed men in masks burst into a café outside Simferopol. Crimean Tatars were openly targeted, with people in the cafe “of Slavonic appearance” ignored …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Ukraine Faces Early Election if No One Is Found to Replace Prime Minister Yatsenyuk
    Apr01

    Ukraine Faces Early Election if No One Is Found to Replace Prime Minister Yatsenyuk

    On the sidelines of the March 31–April 1 nuclear security summit, in Washington, DC, the United States’ President Barack Obama made it clear to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko that the US will not issue $1 billion in loan guarantees to Ukraine until a new government is in place (President.gov.ua, April 1). And Vice President Joe Biden...

    Ukraine Faces Early Election if No One Is Found to Replace Prime Minister Yatsenyuk
    Apr01

    Ukraine Faces Early Election if No One Is Found to Replace Prime Minister Yatsenyuk

    On the sidelines of the March 31–April 1 nuclear security summit, in Washington, DC, the United States’ President Barack Obama made it clear to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko that the US will not issue $1 billion in loan guarantees to Ukraine until a new government is in place (President.gov.ua, April 1). And Vice President Joe Biden...

    PARTNER EVENT: Chernobyl Anniversary Charity Gala Concert. April 16, 2016
    Apr01

    PARTNER EVENT: Chernobyl Anniversary Charity Gala Concert. April 16, 2016

    Charity Gala Concert Commemorating the 30th anniversary of Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster. In cooperation and in aid of The Chernobyl Relief Foundation in the UK. Saturday 16 April, 7.30pm The Ukrainian Cathedral Hall, 21 Binney street, Mayfair, London,W1K 5BQ Tickets: £25 (children under 13 Free), including wine reception with canapé. Raffle....

    Ukraine’s Needed Media Offensive
    Apr01

    Ukraine’s Needed Media Offensive

    The Kremlin’s efforts to undermine and subordinate Ukraine should be countered, in part, by viable English-language reporting from Ukraine and the West should support it. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Slovakia: A Small Neighbor With a Big Concern
    Apr01

    Slovakia: A Small Neighbor With a Big Concern

    When it comes to Ukraine, mitigating risks will be the crucial task for Slovakia’s EU presidency. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    How Russia Undermines Nuclear Security
    Apr01

    How Russia Undermines Nuclear Security

    Russian aggression in Ukraine and nuclear saber rattling are jeopardizing the very global nonproliferation efforts that this week’s Nuclear Security Summit in Washington seeks to further. Moscow’s actions deserve a stronger response than they have received. …read more Source:...

    In the EU, Media Portrayals of Ukraine Reveal Europe’s Own Self-Interests
    Apr01

    In the EU, Media Portrayals of Ukraine Reveal Europe’s Own Self-Interests

    Depictions of the crisis are often shaped by attitudes that have little to do with Ukraine itself. …read more Source: Open Society...

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