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    Poroshenko Open to Autonomy Referendum, Poland to Built Towers on Russian Border
    Apr07

    Poroshenko Open to Autonomy Referendum, Poland to Built Towers on Russian Border

    Plus, Belarusian leader signs decree fining the unemployed; Czech politicians slam president over planned Moscow trip. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Crimea – One year after Russian annexation
    Apr07

    Crimea – One year after Russian annexation

    Why the international community shouldn’t forget about Crimea …read more Source: European Policy...

    Mysterious Deaths in Ukraine
    Apr07

    Mysterious Deaths in Ukraine

    Following the murder of Russian opposition leader, and former Deputy Prime Minister, Boris Nemtsov in Moscow on Feb. 27, the West had a field day. Ranging from strong innuendo to outright accusation of a Kremlin-directed political murder, the Western media and politicians did not miss an opportunity to treat Russian President Vladimir Putin as a...

    New director of the Ukrainian Institute in London to be appointed on 19 June
    Apr07

    New director of the Ukrainian Institute in London to be appointed on 19 June

    London / Lviv, 7 April 2015 The new director of the Ukrainian Institute in London will be presented at the Ukrainian Catholic University’s fundraising dinner on 19 June, 2015, at the Houses of Parliament in London. Andy Hunder, who has served as director since 2010 will be stepping down and relocating to Kyiv. Hunder will now focus on...

    Iranian Deal Leaves Russia in Deeper Isolation
    Apr06

    Iranian Deal Leaves Russia in Deeper Isolation

    Moscow tried its best to present the hard-negotiated deal in Lausanne, Switzerland, on curtailing and controlling the Iranian nuclear program as a success of its firm diplomatic position for a political solution to this formidable problem. In fact, however, Russia played, at best, a secondary role in achieving this breakthrough. Russian Foreign...

    More Competition, Less Expensive Russian Gas in Ukraine’s Market (Part Two)
    Apr06

    More Competition, Less Expensive Russian Gas in Ukraine’s Market (Part Two)

    On April 2, Russian Gazprom and Naftohaz Ukrainy signed an agreement on natural gas sales-and-purchases to cover the next three months. Russian President Vladimir Putin authorized his government, which in turn instructed Gazprom, to sign this agreement, with a substantial price discount for the “Ukrainian partners” (Kremlin.ru, March 31). Valid...

    Dmitry Oreshkin: “In the light of Nemtsov’s murder, Putin looks like a weak and dependent politician”
    Apr06

    Dmitry Oreshkin: “In the light of Nemtsov’s murder, Putin looks like a weak and dependent politician”

    The Institute of Modern Russia continues its series of interviews with Russian and Western experts on the situation in Russia, its relationship with the West, and the future of its political system. Journalist Leonid Martynyuk speaks with prominent Russian political scientist Dmitry Oreshkin about the assassination of Boris Nemtsov, Putin’s...

    Britain must give the West a lead on defense
    Apr06

    Britain must give the West a lead on defense

    Strengthening Britain’s defence capabilities is critical in a turbulent world, to protect not only the United Kingdom, but the West and its global allies more broadly. Rather than seeking ever-deeper military budget cuts, the UK – and the US – should be planning on sharp increases in manpower, weapons systems, and information...

    Ukraine’s business and politics grew especially tight under Yanukovych
    Apr06

    Ukraine’s business and politics grew especially tight under Yanukovych

    Bloodied by war and barely solvent, Ukraine is facing another threat from within: oligarchs with private security forces and steamroller business tactics inherited from decades of corruption, the Bloomberg writes. The symbiotic relationship between the country’s business and political elites grew especially tight under Viktor Yanukovych,...

    View from Athens: Walking the line between Europe and Russia
    Apr06

    View from Athens: Walking the line between Europe and Russia

    Greece does not rule out the possibility of vetoing new sanctions on Russia, but its foreign policy will likely remain aligned with that of the EU and NATO. …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

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