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    Europe needs to recognise the threat from Russia
    Feb05

    Europe needs to recognise the threat from Russia

    Even though some of its member states are reluctant to do so, the European Union should regard Vladimir Putin’s Russia as a serious threat to peace and stability in Europe. The impact of the EU’s graduated use of sanctions against Russia and the vast deterioration in Moscow’s relationship with the west ought to persuade any...

    Kerry to hold key talks in Ukraine
    Feb05

    Kerry to hold key talks in Ukraine

    US Secretary of State John Kerry will hold talks in Ukraine, as Washington mulls whether to send weapons to help Kiev fight pro-Russian rebels. …read more Source:...

    John Kerry To Visit Ukraine As Crisis Deepens
    Feb05

    John Kerry To Visit Ukraine As Crisis Deepens

    Sky News travels to the village of Irmina, in Ukraine’s Luhansk region, where many people are suffering without water and power. …read more Source: Sky...

    Nato readjusts as Ukraine crisis looms
    Feb05

    Nato readjusts as Ukraine crisis looms

    Nato draws up new strategy as Ukraine crisis looms …read more Source:...

    Putin: bad, sad or mad?
    Feb05

    Putin: bad, sad or mad?

    Is Vladimir Putin bad, sad or mad? Is he a sinister and effective tyrant, cleverly taking advantage of the West’s weakness? Is he balancing precariously at the head of a failing state? Or is he delusional? The short answer is that we do not really know. We do not know how Putin thinks. We do not know what information he gets. We do not know...

    Ukrainian president calls for NATO states to provide weapons
    Feb05

    Ukrainian president calls for NATO states to provide weapons

    BERLIN (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko called on NATO states to send weapons to his country, saying in a newspaper interview that civilian deaths and the growing conflict should provide the Western alliance with enough reason to come to Ukraine’s aid. …read more Source:...

    Nato shows signs of battle fatigue in confrontation with ruthless Putin
    Feb05

    Nato shows signs of battle fatigue in confrontation with ruthless Putin

    Russia’s Kremlin, unfettered by the need to build consensus, is ahead of the game in clash with Europe and the US over Ukraine – and waging a propaganda warDemocracy is messy. And, when it comes to multinational clubs and coalitions like Nato or the EU, it is also very bureaucratic. Committees and task forces, summits and consensuses,...

    Europa partnership of newspapers questions Joe Biden
    Feb05

    Europa partnership of newspapers questions Joe Biden

    US vice-president responds to questions on conflict in Ukraine, relations with Russia and Islamic State in a written interviewEuropa partners: The war in eastern Ukraine is reigniting with great ferocity. President Obama has said the US is ready to “ratchet up the pressure” on Russia. What does that mean concretely? Should embargoes be tightened...

    Pro-Russian rebels claim control of another Ukrainian town
    Feb05

    Pro-Russian rebels claim control of another Ukrainian town

    Pro-Russian separatists have been filmed carrying out patrols in a town they claim to have taken control of in eastern Ukraine. Vuhlehirsk is not… …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian army officer held in Moscow vows to continue hunger strike
    Feb05

    Ukrainian army officer held in Moscow vows to continue hunger strike

    A Ukrainian army officer being held in prison in Moscow is vowing to continue a hunger strike in protest at her detention. Pilot Nadia Savchenko was… …read more Source:...

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