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    Russia to prohibit citizens from leaving the country in draconian anti-protest law
    May16

    Russia to prohibit citizens from leaving the country in draconian anti-protest law

    25 years after the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russia looks set to pass a bill which will effectively lower the Iron Curtain again, and enable the authorities to prevent dissidents from leaving the country …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    US no longer stand on ceremony with  Russian Federation, and switched to the language of ultimatums.
    May14

    US no longer stand on ceremony with Russian Federation, and switched to the language of ultimatums.

    05/13/2016 US no longer stand on ceremony with the Russian Federation, and switched to the language of ultimatums – expert US relationship with Russia has changed significantly. The US government is changing its strategy and is not going to tolerate insolence Russia. The tone of communication changes, the United States plans to take the troubled...

    Workshop “Communication Strategy for Ukraine on Association Agreement and DCFTA”
    May14

    Workshop “Communication Strategy for Ukraine on Association Agreement and DCFTA”

    On May 12, 2016, Institute of World Policy organized a workshop, dedicated to analysis of the communication strategies used in Ukraine in order to increase public awareness on the Association Agreement and DCFTA. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    A Voice in Europe for the Crimean Tatars as Unrelenting Terror Continues
    May14

    A Voice in Europe for the Crimean Tatars as Unrelenting Terror Continues

    It is not surprising that Crimean Tatars and other Ukrainians are so eager for the world to hear and support Jamala. The Crimean Tatar jazz singer has become a voice not only for the victims of the 1944 Deportation at the Eurovision Finals on 14 May, but also for Crimean Tatars under Russian occupation who are once again facing persecution in...

    How the BBC tried to stop me from writing about Russia’s campaign against the Crimean Tatars
    May14

    How the BBC tried to stop me from writing about Russia’s campaign against the Crimean Tatars

    Tonight’s Eurovision is not just a light-hearted singing contest. It is one of the only chances the Crimean Tatars have to tell the world about Russia’s continuing efforts to wipe out all traces of them …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    The US, UK and Georgia Hold joint Military Exercises on Outskirts of Tbilisi
    May14

    The US, UK and Georgia Hold joint Military Exercises on Outskirts of Tbilisi

    A ship carrying United States military equipment arrived at the Georgian Black Sea port of Poti, on May 5. The equipment, which included US M1A2 Abrams Main Battle Tanks and Bradley Fighting Vehicles, was ferried from the Bulgarian port of Varna and will take part in “Noble Partner 2016”—the first trilateral military exercise involving armed...

    Renewed Call to Further Centralize the Russian Federation Meets Local Resistance
    May14

    Renewed Call to Further Centralize the Russian Federation Meets Local Resistance

    In late April, Federation Council Chairperson Valentina Matviyenko proposed uniting a number of Russian regions into fewer, larger ones (TASS, April 24). This proposal should be understood against the background of a series of recent domestic security–related initiatives by the Russian authorities—namely, the creation of the National Guard (see...

    Russia-Backed Authorities Block Access to RFE/RL’s Crimea Website
    May13

    Russia-Backed Authorities Block Access to RFE/RL’s Crimea Website

    Pro-Russian authorities in Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula have blocked access to RFE/RL’s Crimea news website, Krym.Realii. Web users in Ukraine, Russia, and Russia-annexed Crimea complained on May 12 that the site was inaccessible. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Ukrainian blogger gets long sentence for expressing contentious views
    May13

    Ukrainian blogger gets long sentence for expressing contentious views

    Ruslan Kotsaba, a controversial Ivano-Frankivsk journalist and blogger, has been convicted of obstructing the legitimate activities of the Ukrainian Armed Forces by producing a video in which he set out his opposition to mobilization. The Ivano-Frankivsk court did, however, acquit him of the more serious, and absurd, charge of ‘state...

    Stalinist Echoes in New Armed Arrests in Russian-occupied Crimea
    May13

    Stalinist Echoes in New Armed Arrests in Russian-occupied Crimea

    Four more Crimean Tatars have been arrested and could face long terms of imprisonment on trumped-up ‘terrorism’ charges following the latest offensive in Russian-occupied Crimea …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

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