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    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 local governments look to Latvia for ways of reform
    Dec05

    Ukraine’s local governments look to Latvia for ways of reform

    A delegation of Ukrainian parliamentary, presidential chancellery and local government representatives visited the former Madona region, or rajons, as it used to be known before Latvia’s territorial administrative reform of its elected local government system, which is exactly the experience the Ukrainians are hoping to learn from, reported...

    Foreign-born ministers in Ukraine’s new cabinet
    Dec05

    Foreign-born ministers in Ukraine’s new cabinet

    Ukraine casts net wide to reform government …read more Source:...

    That’s me in the picture: Markiyan Matsekh plays the piano for riot police in Kiev, 7 December 2013
    Dec05

    That’s me in the picture: Markiyan Matsekh plays the piano for riot police in Kiev, 7 December 2013

    ‘I took off my coat and started playing Chopin. It was about -15C, and my fingers could barely move. Not my best performance’My dad thought it was a stupid idea. He said, “Son, it’s a nice thought, but these people have been beaten by riot police. How is a piano going to cheer them up?” I just wanted to give people a reason to keep...

    OSCE consensus decision-making abets Ukraine rebels
    Dec05

    OSCE consensus decision-making abets Ukraine rebels

    The OSCE’s global tension-reducing mandate is still being put to the test, unable to stop Ukraine’s death toll from climbing. One year ago, the… …read more Source:...

    Germany rejects Putin’s ‘transparent’ speech
    Dec05

    Germany rejects Putin’s ‘transparent’ speech

    The government rejected on Friday the justification given by Russian President Vladimir Putin for annexing the Crimea in his annual state of the nation address. …read more Source: The Local...

    Ukraine prepares claim against Russia to International Court of Justice
    Dec05

    Ukraine prepares claim against Russia to International Court of Justice

    Ukraine plans to appeal to the International Court of Justice against Russia over financing terrorism. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine minister in Basel urges ‘real ceasefire’
    Dec05

    Ukraine minister in Basel urges ‘real ceasefire’

    Ukraine’s foreign minister said in Basel on Friday that his war-torn country needed a “real” ceasefire, a day after Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels agreed on a fresh truce starting on December 9th. …read more Source: The Local...

    Russia says West is wrong to blame Moscow for Ukraine crisis
    Dec05

    Russia says West is wrong to blame Moscow for Ukraine crisis

    Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has criticised the West for constantly blaming Moscow for the crisis in eastern Ukraine. Lavrov was speaking… …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian journalist cornered Sergey Lavrov
    Dec05

    Ukrainian journalist cornered Sergey Lavrov

    A journalist of the Ukrainian TV Channel 112 has cornered Russia’s foreign minister during his press-conference. …read more Source:...

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