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    CPJ slams Ukrainian investigation into Pavel Sheremet killing
    Jul13

    CPJ slams Ukrainian investigation into Pavel Sheremet killing

    The Committee to Protect Journalists has published a report which is highly critical of Ukraine’s investigation into the killing of journalist Pavel Sheremet …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Fight Kremlin Lies with Facts about Imprisoned Ukrainian Filmmaker Oleg Sentsov
    Jul13

    Fight Kremlin Lies with Facts about Imprisoned Ukrainian Filmmaker Oleg Sentsov

    Oleg Sentsov’s trial and 20-year sentence in August 2015 were condemned as ‘ideologically motivated terror”, and his release has been demanded from the outset by all international organizations and democratic states. The Kremlin’s repeated claim that Sentsov was given a fair trial and justly convicted of ‘terrorism’ are in stark...

    Ukraine MFA: EU-Ukraine Association Agreement is First Step Toward Full European Membership
    Jul12

    Ukraine MFA: EU-Ukraine Association Agreement is First Step Toward Full European Membership

    Ukraine. OFFICIAL STATEMENT. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    July 12th, 2017
    Jul12

    July 12th, 2017

    CHINA Liu Xiaobo, Nobel Laureate, Is Said To Be Suffering Organ FailureAustin Ramzy, NEW YORK TIMESThe health of the Chinese Nobel Peace laureate Liu Xiaobo is worsening, with his liver, kidney and breathing functions failing, the hospital that is treating him said in a statement Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Liu, who was sentenced to 11 years in...

    A sober view of the Putin-Trump “Bromance”
    Jul12

    A sober view of the Putin-Trump “Bromance”

    Russia / World International political commentary is full of exaggerated reactions to President Trump and President Putin’s recent meeting on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Hamburg. Often “victory” is attributed to Putin. Assessments vary between claims that Putin and Trump are back on their “bromance” or that both achieved what they...

    Flurry of Kiev Assassinations a New Russian Front in Ukraine
    Jul12

    Flurry of Kiev Assassinations a New Russian Front in Ukraine

    …read more Source: Hudson...

    A Conversation on Putin’s Terms
    Jul12

    A Conversation on Putin’s Terms

    President Vladimir Putin and President Donald Trump finally had a chance to meet in person. No grand bargain transpired but no one was disappointed because the expectations were set low enough. The meeting was behind closed doors but, according to later press briefings, the presidents discussed Syria, Ukraine, North Korea, and Russia’s...

    The Case for an EU-Ukraine Customs Union
    Jul12

    The Case for an EU-Ukraine Customs Union

    The EU’s most powerful lever in promoting stable, viable, and successful democracies has always been its use of conditionality, linking reforms to clear and tangible benefits. Europe must continue to place new milestones along the road to show that it is committed to Ukraine’s success and serious about rewarding reforms. …read...

    The Destructiveness of America’s Alliances
    Jul12

    The Destructiveness of America’s Alliances

    Alliances between nations are military. Without being military, they would be nothing at all. Trade agreements don’t require alliances. World War I wouldn’t have occurred if there had not been alliances — it was built upon alliances. It was not built on trade agreements. It wasn’t even built on trading-blocs. In fact, as the WTO...

    Celebrations and Shrugs as EU Visa Wall Falls for Ukrainians
    Jul12

    Celebrations and Shrugs as EU Visa Wall Falls for Ukrainians

    Some hail cheaper, easier travel and a symbolic turn to Europe, but for others it’s a complication. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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