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    U.S. Bill Links Russia Sanctions Relief To Crimea’s Return To Ukraine
    May03

    U.S. Bill Links Russia Sanctions Relief To Crimea’s Return To Ukraine

    A new bill in the U.S. Congress would prevent the White House from lifting a raft of sanctions against Russia until Ukraine restores control over Crimea, which Moscow forcibly annexed in 2014, or settles the peninsula’s status to Kyiv’s satisfaction. RFERL: U.S. Bill Links Russia Sanctions Relief To Crimea’s Return To Ukraine...

    MP urges NABU, SBU to probe alleged ‘corrupt deal’ to buy Bogdan-MAZ trucks for army
    May03

    MP urges NABU, SBU to probe alleged ‘corrupt deal’ to buy Bogdan-MAZ trucks for army

    Leader of the Radical Party Oleh Liashko urges the NABU and the SBU to launch a probe into abuse of power by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko during the purchase of MAZ trucks assembled by a plant belonging to the president, instead of Ukrainian-made KrAZ trucks. Interfax: MP urges NABU, SBU to probe alleged ‘corrupt deal’ […]...

    The Importance of OSINT: Misinformation and Verification of Conflict Media
    May03

    The Importance of OSINT: Misinformation and Verification of Conflict Media

    On the 25 February 2016 a video (Video 1) was posted in the video site “Liveleak.com” titled “Shelling of Checkpoint in Ukraine” with the description “Reports suggest the pro-Russian separatists fired on the Police checkpoint in Yasinovataya, Ukraine”. It is just one video amongst the huge amount of information produced and posted on the internet...

    EU urges Ukraine to investigate 2014 Odessa deaths
    May03

    EU urges Ukraine to investigate 2014 Odessa deaths

    Ukraine’s tense Odessa marked yesterday (2 May) two years since clashes killed 48 anti-Maidan protesters during a confrontation with pro-Ukrainian unity protesters at the Trade Unions House in central Odessa. The EU urged Kyiv to investigate the tragedy. …read more Source:...

    EU urges Ukraine to investigate 2014 Odessa massacre
    May03

    EU urges Ukraine to investigate 2014 Odessa massacre

    Ukraine’s tense Odessa marked yesterday (2 May) two years since clashes killed 48 anti-Maidan protesters during a confrontation with pro-Ukrainian unity protesters at the Trade Unions House in central Odessa. The EU urged Kyiv to investigate the tragedy. …read more Source:...

    Russia Seeks to Reenergize Its Pivot to the East
    May02

    Russia Seeks to Reenergize Its Pivot to the East

    Over the past several years, whenever Moscow entered into a difficult encounter on the Western “front,” it has typically tried to show interest in expanding ties in the Asia-Pacific. In the last couple of weeks, the fruitless meeting of the NATO-Russia Council was followed by several risky intercepts and mock attacks by Russian fighters over the...

    EXPERT. Direct war between Russia and NATO could begin as early as this year.
    May02

    EXPERT. Direct war between Russia and NATO could begin as early as this year.

    EXPERT. Direct war between Russia and NATO is only a matter of time “… It invaded Georgia, it invaded the Ukraine. It threatens the other former Soviet republics, is threatening a nuclear strike Denmark, Poland, Sweden. Moscow has made it known that the territorial integrity of European countries is not an axiom for it. It demonstrated the...

    What the Banning of Crimean Tatars’ Mejlis Means
    May02

    What the Banning of Crimean Tatars’ Mejlis Means

    In the two years since Russia illegally annexed Crimea, Crimean Tatars have faced the brunt of the de facto authorities’ brutality. On April 15, Crimea’s so-called prosecutor, Natalia Poklonskaya, banned the Mejlis, Crimean Tatars’ representative body in Crimea, labelling it “an extremist organization.” Following the...

    Tensions, Violence Rise in Ukraine as Western Powers Urge Reforms
    May02

    Tensions, Violence Rise in Ukraine as Western Powers Urge Reforms

    May 2, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Why Europe’s energy policy has been a strategic success story
    May02

    Why Europe’s energy policy has been a strategic success story

    For Europe, it has been a rough year, or perhaps more accurately a rough decade. The terrorist attacks in London, Madrid, and elsewhere have taken a toll, as did the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. But things really got tough beginning with the Great Recession—and its prolonged duration for Europe, including grave economic crises in much of the...

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