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    Czech press survey- February 20
    Feb20

    Czech press survey- February 20

    Prague – The latest developments in eastern Ukraine are not very optimistic, although the hope for a peace dies last, Michael Svec writes in Pravo today, commenting on the fall of the eastern Ukrainian… …read more Source: České...

    UK ‘Guilty Of Sleep-Walking’ In Ukraine Crisis
    Feb20

    UK ‘Guilty Of Sleep-Walking’ In Ukraine Crisis

    The Government is accused of a collective “catastrophic misreading” of the crisis as relations between the UK and Russia worsen. …read more Source: Sky...

    VIDEO: ‘I was injured in the battle of Maidan’
    Feb20

    VIDEO: ‘I was injured in the battle of Maidan’

    One year on from the violent protests on Maidan square in Kiev, Ukraine, Denys Zemlyanov remembers what it was like to be there. …read more Source:...

    UK and Europe ‘badly misread Russia’
    Feb20

    UK and Europe ‘badly misread Russia’

    Britain and European diplomats are accused of a “catastrophic misreading” of the mood in the Kremlin in the run-up to the crisis in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine crisis: House of Lords criticises EU and Britain for ‘sleepwalking into crisis’ as Moscow and Nato remain on diplomatic collision course
    Feb20

    Ukraine crisis: House of Lords criticises EU and Britain for ‘sleepwalking into crisis’ as Moscow and Nato remain on diplomatic collision course

    The fraught relationship between Russia and the West, which was supposed to improve following an agreement over Ukraine, has descended instead into renewed acrimony after a series of tense military and diplomatic confrontations. …read more Source: The...

    UK guilty of ‘catastrophic misreading’ of Ukraine crisis, Lords report claims
    Feb20

    UK guilty of ‘catastrophic misreading’ of Ukraine crisis, Lords report claims

    Damning report by Lords committee finds Foreign Office expertise relating to Russia has diminished significantlyThe UK is guilty of sleepwalking into the crisis in Ukraine and has not been as active or visible as it should, according to a damning report into the British and European approach to the crisis by the main Lords committee on foreign...

    Strife in Ukraine: The fall of Debaltseve confirms abence of full ceasefire
    Feb20

    Strife in Ukraine: The fall of Debaltseve confirms abence of full ceasefire

    Rebel actions could trigger more western sanctions targetted at Russia and possibility of US sending arms to Kiev …read more Source: The Irish...

    After Ukraine mediation, EU looks to embrace Lukashenko
    Feb20

    After Ukraine mediation, EU looks to embrace Lukashenko

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko’s hosting of Ukraine peace talks may have a side effect at home – helping thaw relations between the European Union and a man the West calls “Europe’s last dictator”. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine crisis: Inhabitants of the Baltic states fear that they will be next in the firing-line
    Feb20

    Ukraine crisis: Inhabitants of the Baltic states fear that they will be next in the firing-line

    In the shops, restaurants and bars of Riga, the largest city of the three Baltic states, the sounds of Russian and Latvian languages intermingled as they have done for years. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine crisis: A mood of relief, anger and mutiny prevails among retreating troops
    Feb20

    Ukraine crisis: A mood of relief, anger and mutiny prevails among retreating troops

    Nikolai Kozitsyn, the Cossack leader known by the nickname “Daddy”, made an unexpected return to the eastern Ukrainian frontlines yesterday. Widely assumed to have been withdrawn to Russia by his Kremlin handlers, Mr Kozitsyn was instead seen making victory loops in a military jeep around the desolate, wrecked streets of Debaltseve. …read...

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