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    Fighting rages in eastern Ukraine ahead of Minsk talks
    Feb11

    Fighting rages in eastern Ukraine ahead of Minsk talks

    At least 24 people have been killed in the most recent episode of fighting in eastern Ukraine. The violence has occurred barely hours before world leaders were to gather in Minsk to discuss a peace deal. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Minsk meeting may seal Ukraine’s fate
    Feb10

    Minsk meeting may seal Ukraine’s fate

    The Belarusian capital Minsk is to be the site of key decisions in the Ukraine conflict. President Alexander Lukashenko appears neutral, but appearances are not always what they are stacked up to be. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine crisis – are the British backing down?
    Feb09

    Ukraine crisis – are the British backing down?

    The Iraq war, the Middle East talks, the Iran nuclear negotiations: the UK was always a major player on the foreign policy stage. But on the Ukraine crisis, London seems content to leave things to Paris and Berlin. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU delays further sanctions against Russia
    Feb09

    EU delays further sanctions against Russia

    EU foreign ministers are delaying imposing new sanctions on Russia in order to give a planned peace summit on the Ukraine crisis a chance. But that doesn’t mean sanctions won’t go ahead. Bernd Riegert from Brussels. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    With Ukraine, Europe is ‘entering a more dangerous period,’ analyst says
    Feb09

    With Ukraine, Europe is ‘entering a more dangerous period,’ analyst says

    As diplomatic efforts continue to end the conflict in Ukraine, German analyst Michael Brzoska warns that conflicts are inching closer to the West. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine crisis talks come to Brussels and Berlin
    Feb09

    Ukraine crisis talks come to Brussels and Berlin

    European foreign ministers have begun talks in Brussels in a final diplomatic push to resolve the crisis in Ukraine. The German Foreign Minister cast doubt over prospects for Wednesday’s talks in Minsk. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Merkel, Obama ponder Ukraine and security in Washington
    Feb08

    Merkel, Obama ponder Ukraine and security in Washington

    As Angela Merkel visits Barack Obama, the US sees Europe as a continent in crises. Two experts take on the roles of Germany and the US to tease out the countries’ views on key international issues. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Leaders aim for ‘Normandy format’ peace summit for Ukraine
    Feb08

    Leaders aim for ‘Normandy format’ peace summit for Ukraine

    The lleaders of Germany, France, Russia and Ukraine are hoping to meet this week to discuss the crisis in eastern Ukraine. This follows a last-ditch German-French push to end the bloodshed. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Zannier: ‘New weapons seem to appear all the time’
    Feb08

    Zannier: ‘New weapons seem to appear all the time’

    The OSCE’s Secretary General Lamberto Zannier told DW he’s worried about arms in eastern Ukraine. He also emphasized his organization’s role in any attempt to implement a ceasefire in the troubled region. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: Respect for Merkel’s balancing act
    Feb08

    Opinion: Respect for Merkel’s balancing act

    Success isn’t guaranteed, but the new initiative by Merkel and Hollande in the Ukraine conflict is the right way to go. Criticism is legitimate, but John McCain struck the wrong note, says DW’s Michael Knigge. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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