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    Putin ‘hopes’ for fully implemented Ukraine ceasefire
    Dec07

    Putin ‘hopes’ for fully implemented Ukraine ceasefire

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has struck a conciliatory tone during a visit by his French counterpart. Francois Hollande is the first Western leader to visit Moscow since Russia annexed Crimea. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Hollande to meet Putin in surprise Moscow visit: reports
    Dec06

    Hollande to meet Putin in surprise Moscow visit: reports

    French President Francois Hollande is due to make a surprise visit to Moscow on his way back from a visit to Kazakhstan. Hollande is expected to meet his Russian counterpart and discuss the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Link: OSCE must start making collective decisions again
    Dec05

    Link: OSCE must start making collective decisions again

    For two days, the OSCE has held a heated debate over the Ukraine crisis. The director of the organization’s Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights examines the OSCE’s future in a DW interview. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine’s forgotten security guarantee: The Budapest Memorandum
    Dec05

    Ukraine’s forgotten security guarantee: The Budapest Memorandum

    Twenty years ago, Ukraine gave up its nuclear weapons in exchange for security guarantees from Russia and the West. Today Kyiv feels betrayed – and not merely by Moscow. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    New ceasefire agreed in Ukraine?
    Dec04

    New ceasefire agreed in Ukraine?

    Reports out of Ukraine suggest that the central government and the separatists in the east have agreed to a complete ceasefire, to start on December 9. An earlier accord, still in effect, has not stopped the conflict. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Putin blames West for Ukraine ‘tragedy’
    Dec04

    Putin blames West for Ukraine ‘tragedy’

    President Vladimir Putin has signaled that Russia intends to stay in “sacred” Crimea, part of Ukraine annexed in March. And he’s blamed “risky” judgements by Western powers for what he calls the “tragedy” in Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    “Nuclear accident” in southeast Ukraine, PM Yatsenyuk says
    Dec03

    “Nuclear accident” in southeast Ukraine, PM Yatsenyuk says

    A nuclear accident has occurred in Ukraine’s southeast, according to a statement from the office of Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk. Further details are not known. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine parliament approves Yatsenyuk’s new government
    Dec03

    Ukraine parliament approves Yatsenyuk’s new government

    Amid an ongoing armed conflict with pro-Russian separatists in the eastern Ukraine, Kyiv has approved a new government. Prime Minister Yatsenyuk’s cabinet faces great challenges. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Kyiv and separatists agree to Luhansk ceasefire, says OSCE
    Dec02

    Kyiv and separatists agree to Luhansk ceasefire, says OSCE

    The European security watchdog, the OSCE, says Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels have agreed ‘in principle’ on a ceasefire in the Luhansk region. A months-old ceasefire has been frequently broken. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    New Ukrainian parliament: Fresh start or off on the wrong foot?
    Nov27

    New Ukrainian parliament: Fresh start or off on the wrong foot?

    Forming a coalition took longer than expected. Now, critics warn that Ukraine could once again be consumed by political discord. The atmosphere leading up to the first session of the new parliament was bleak. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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