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    [Ticker] Moscow peace talks said to be ‘constructive’
    Feb07

    [Ticker] Moscow peace talks said to be ‘constructive’

    Germany’s Angela Merkel, French leader Francois Hollande, and Russia’s Vladimir Putin described their four-hour talks in Moscow on Friday as “constructive and substantive”, the BBC reports. The German and French leaders are to go to Kiev on Sunday to present a new peace plan to the Ukrainian president. …read more...

    Hammond: Britain remains ‘key player’ in Ukraine talks
    Feb07

    Hammond: Britain remains ‘key player’ in Ukraine talks

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    Nato: West should not rule out military option in Ukraine
    Feb07

    Nato: West should not rule out military option in Ukraine

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    Ukraine crisis: Hot topic provokes conflicting views at Munich Security Conference
    Feb07

    Ukraine crisis: Hot topic provokes conflicting views at Munich Security Conference

    The conflict in Ukraine dominated the agenda on the “first day of the Munich Security… …read more Source:...

    Delo: Convincing US the Difficult Bit in Securing Ukraine Peace
    Feb07

    Delo: Convincing US the Difficult Bit in Securing Ukraine Peace

    The Ukraine peace plan promoted by German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande is shrouded in mystery, which is understandable. In modern diplomacy initial silence is typically the precondition for a compromise, no matter how dirty it is, Delo comments on Saturday. …read more Source:...

    Note on a visit
    Feb07

    Note on a visit

    On February 17, Vladimir Putin is going to visit Hungary. This visit reflects the hectic state of foreign policy of the current government. As it is, owing to the visit’s narrow latitude, it has to legitimise the situation of Russia after the Ukrainian crisis. In addition, the visit outlines the foreign course that Hungary got onto, owing...

    Four-way talks on Ukraine set for tomorrow
    Feb07

    Four-way talks on Ukraine set for tomorrow

    The German Chancellor, French president, Russian president and Ukrainian leader are to discuss progress on settling the Ukraine crisis tomorrow. …read more Source: RTÉ...

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Saturday 7 Feb 2015
    Feb07

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Saturday 7 Feb 2015

    MILIBAND WARNS ON TAX AVOIDANCEEd Miliband says a Labour government would push for UK overseas territories to be placed on an international blacklist if they refused to co-operate with a drive against tax avoidance. Speaking to The Guardian, the Labour leader says: “There’s nothing pro-business about defending tax avoidance.” He...

    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...

    Ukraine talks ‘constructive’: France
    Feb07

    Ukraine talks ‘constructive’: France

    Talks on the Ukraine conflict between the leaders of Russia, Germany and France were “constructive and substantial” and a plan is being drawn up to implement a previous peace accord, a French official said Friday. …read more Source: The Local...

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