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    Ukraine refuses asylum to a Tatar facing certain persecution in Russia for his faith
    Mar21

    Ukraine refuses asylum to a Tatar facing certain persecution in Russia for his faith

    Ukraine’s Migration Service has turned down Ildar Valiev’s application for asylum, even though he could face imprisonment in Russia on charges identical to those which Russia is using to illegally imprison Ukrainian Muslims in Crimea. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    War Hero Accused of Plotting to Destroy Ukrainian Parliament
    Mar21

    War Hero Accused of Plotting to Destroy Ukrainian Parliament

    Nadezhda Savchenko fires back, says government is responsible for the disasters in the east, plans presidential run. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Crimean Tatar political prisoner Akhtem Chiygoz & a schoolboy’s letter that gave him strength to fight on
    Mar21

    Crimean Tatar political prisoner Akhtem Chiygoz & a schoolboy’s letter that gave him strength to fight on

    Just how much our letters mean to Ukrainians held in Russian captivity became movingly clear during a very special meeting on 19 March between former political prisoner Akhtem Chiygoz and 14-year-old Bohdan Fenechok. “Where is my friend?”, Chiygoz asked, after entering a classroom in Lviv. Bohdan stepped forward and the two embraced (see the...

    Why Didn’t Communism Have Its Nuremberg?
    Mar20

    Why Didn’t Communism Have Its Nuremberg?

    Everyone is familiar with the Nuremberg Trials that were convened in 1945 to prosecute the crimes of Nazi Germany. The trials served as a final day of reckoning for the violent and destructive Nazi ideology that had wreaked havoc on Europe for more than a decade. Considering how deadly the ideology of communism proved to be in Eastern Europe,...

    Russiagate Comes to England
    Mar20

    Russiagate Comes to England

    I don’t know what happened in Salisbury England on March 4th, but it appears that the British government doesn’t know either. Prime Minister Theresa May’s speech before Parliament last Monday was essentially political, reflecting demands that she should “do something” in response to the mounting hysteria over the poisoning of...

    Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump’s great success in exploiting the rise of nationalist Christianity
    Mar20

    Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump’s great success in exploiting the rise of nationalist Christianity

    Russia has re-elected its self-styled leader and saviour, whatever his weaknesses – even his sins. The revelation that the Russian government may have ordered a former spy’s poisoning should provoke international outrage from Vladimir Putin’s fellow Christians, particularly as the holiest Christian festival of Easter approaches. But...

    ETLA forecast: 2019 at the latest public finances in balance
    Mar20

    ETLA forecast: 2019 at the latest public finances in balance

    FINNISH ECONOMY 2018/1 Finland’s economic growth continues to be robust. GDP will increase by 2.8 per cent in 2018, bypassing the level of output prevailing in 2008. GDP will grow by 2.4 per cent in 2019 and by 1.9 per cent in 2020. GDP growth will be faster in the next few years than growth of potential output, which is estimated to be...

    It’s time to get used to Russia’s new “normality”
    Mar20

    It’s time to get used to Russia’s new “normality”

    Russia / World It is unlikely that anyone was surprised with the results of Sunday’s presidential “elections” in Russia. Putin yet again confidently won with 76% of the vote and 67% of the turnout. The difference between this victory and all others is that this is the first presidential election since the annexation of Crimea...

    Ukraine Should Remove “Stringent” Disclosure Law on Civil Society
    Mar20

    Ukraine Should Remove “Stringent” Disclosure Law on Civil Society

    Civil society in Ukraine and the international community must continue to emphasize that the current law and the pending legislation could directly undermine freedom of association and ultimately Ukrainian democracy. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Russia expands its children’s army in occupied Crimea
    Mar20

    Russia expands its children’s army in occupied Crimea

    200 very young Sevastopol schoolchildren have been ‘sworn in’ to the Russian Defence Ministry’s ‘Youth Army’ [Yunarmia], a formation which has been likened to Hitlerjugend and other “formations in which young people became tools of totalitarian regimes in Europe” …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

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