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    Russia, West face a deep divide
    Feb08

    Russia, West face a deep divide

    Russian and Western views clashed full force at the Munich Security Conference on Saturday. But it wasn’t just about the Ukraine crisis – mutual distrust runs much deeper. Nina Werkhäuser reports from Munich. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Commentary: Respect for Merkel’s balancing act
    Feb07

    Commentary: 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...

    Latvia’s foreign minister: ‘Ukraine needs assistance now’
    Feb07

    Latvia’s foreign minister: ‘Ukraine needs assistance now’

    Edgars Rinkevics told DW at the Munich Security Conference he fully supports a diplomatic solution in Ukraine. But if this fails, he doesn’t rule out delivering weapons at some point in the future. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Munich Security Conference exposes divisions over Ukraine
    Feb07

    Munich Security Conference exposes divisions over Ukraine

    The Munich Security Conference has brought key players in the Ukraine conflict together in one venue. It has shown not only how far apart the West and Russia are, but there are also differences among Western allies. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Merkel says ‘weapons won’t help’ resolve eastern Ukraine crisis
    Feb07

    Merkel says ‘weapons won’t help’ resolve eastern Ukraine crisis

    Chancellor Angela Merkel has reiterated Germany’s position against arming government forces in the Ukraine conflict. She also said she was uncertain of the chances of success for a new German-French peace initiative. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Merkel calls on Russia to ‘do its bit’ to resolve crisis in eastern Ukraine
    Feb07

    Merkel calls on Russia to ‘do its bit’ to resolve crisis in eastern Ukraine

    Chancellor Angela Merkel has told the Munich Security Conference that Moscow must take a positive role in resolving the crisis in eastern Ukraine. She also said the conflict could not be resolved by military means. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Daalder: ‘Russia has no incentive to negotiate’
    Feb07

    Daalder: ‘Russia has no incentive to negotiate’

    Moscow and pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine have little incentive to negotiate with Kyiv, former US ambassador to NATO Ivo Daalder tells DW. He also explains why diplomacy and force are not mutually exclusive. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Putin and Poroshenko plan phone call after ‘substantial and constructive’ Ukraine talks
    Feb07

    Putin and Poroshenko plan phone call after ‘substantial and constructive’ Ukraine talks

    Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko are due to telephone to discuss an end to fighting in eastern Ukraine. Putin spent hours in talks with French and German leaders on Friday. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Merkel and Hollande arrive in Moscow for peace talks
    Feb06

    Merkel and Hollande arrive in Moscow for peace talks

    The French and German leaders have landed in Russia for talks with President Putin. Merkel and Hollande hope to stem the bloodshed in Ukraine, but were cautious to show much hope for the meeting’s positive outcome. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Munich hangs Ukraine hopes on Merkel-Hollande plan
    Feb06

    Munich hangs Ukraine hopes on Merkel-Hollande plan

    The Munich Security Conference is very different than in past years, writes Michael Knigge. The conflict in Ukraine has not only altered the mood in Munich, but given the meeting a strong purpose. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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