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    Merkel says uncertain if Ukraine peace talks with Putin will work
    Feb07

    Merkel says uncertain if Ukraine peace talks with Putin will work

    MUNICH (Reuters) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Saturday it was unclear whether a Franco-German initiative for peace in Ukraine that she and President Francois Hollande discussed with Russia’s Vladimir Putin on Friday would succeed. …read more Source: The...

    Merkel, Hollande clinch deal for Ukraine peace plan after talks with Putin
    Feb07

    Merkel, Hollande clinch deal for Ukraine peace plan after talks with Putin

    The leaders of Russia, Germany and France agreed during late-night talks in Moscow to draw up a plan to end fighting in Ukraine as rebels wage a deadly offensive in the country’s east, officials said today. …read more Source: South China Morning...

    Nato commander: West shouldn’t rule out military option in Ukraine
    Feb07

    Nato commander: West shouldn’t rule out military option in Ukraine

    February 07, 2015 5:12 PMMUNICH (Reuters) – The West should not rule out the military option in Ukraine, Nato’s top military commander said on Saturday, adding that he was referring to the possibility of helping Ukraine with weapons and equipment rather than sending in soldiers. …read more Source: The Straits...

    Russian President Vladimir Putin says leaders agree on drafting an agreement that would also include proposals from Ukraine’s Petro Poroshenko.
    Feb07

    Russian President Vladimir Putin says leaders agree on drafting an agreement that would also include proposals from Ukraine’s Petro Poroshenko.

    The leaders of Russia, Germany and France have agreed in Moscow to draw up a plan to end fighting in Ukraine. A spokesman for Russian President Vladimir Putin said the leaders agree on drafting an agreement that would also include proposals from Ukraine’s Petro Poroshenko. The spokeman further said Chancellor Angela Merkel, President...

    NATO commander: West shouldn't rule out military option in Ukraine
    Feb07

    NATO commander: West shouldn't rule out military option in Ukraine

    MUNICH (Reuters) – The West should not rule out the military option in Ukraine, NATO’s top military commander said on Saturday, adding that he was referring to the possibility of helping Ukraine with weapons and equipment rather than sending in soldiers. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine's Poroshenko says Franco-German peace proposal could work
    Feb07

    Ukraine's Poroshenko says Franco-German peace proposal could work

    MUNICH (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Saturday that a peace proposal aimed at ending fighting with pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine could work. …read more Source: The...

    The West discusses defense in ‘hybrid warfare’ threats
    Feb07

    The West discusses defense in ‘hybrid warfare’ threats

    Western countries discussed “hybrid warfare” threats in Munich on Friday, accusing Russia of using multiple conventional and unconventional tools of warfare in the Ukrainian crisis. …read more Source: China Internet Information...

    Spotlight: Europe, Russia talks on Ukraine agree to work on possible joint document
    Feb07

    Spotlight: Europe, Russia talks on Ukraine agree to work on possible joint document

    A tripartite meeting on the Ukraine crisis involving Russian President Vladimir Putin, French President Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel ended here early Saturday with a commitment to working on a “possible joint document.” …read more Source:...

    The West discusses defense in “hybrid warfare” threats
    Feb07

    The West discusses defense in “hybrid warfare” threats

    Western countries discussed “hybrid warfare” threats in Munich on Friday, accusing Russia of using multiple conventional and unconventional tools of warfare in the Ukrainian crisis. …read more Source:...

    Obama lays out security strategy, warns against ‘overreach’
    Feb07

    Obama lays out security strategy, warns against ‘overreach’

    President Barack Obama released an updated national security strategy on Friday that committed the United States to lead on pressing world issues but reflected his cautious policy toward foreign intervention.U.S. invites Japan, China leaders for state visitsSupplying weapons to Ukraine would escalate conflict: FallonIslamic State in Syria seen...

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