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    Ukraine army and separatists ‘agree ceasefire’ in Luhansk
    Dec02

    Ukraine army and separatists ‘agree ceasefire’ in Luhansk

    Both parties have agreed “in principle” to a cessation of hostilities beginning on Friday on easternmost section of Ukraine front …read more Source: The...

    Lives lost amid Ukraine ‘truce’
    Dec02

    Lives lost amid Ukraine ‘truce’

    Ukraine, Russia and the false ceasefire …read more Source:...

    Nina Dyulgerova: Russia Playing Poker with South Stream to Shift EU Position
    Dec02

    Nina Dyulgerova: Russia Playing Poker with South Stream to Shift EU Position

    An interview of Novinite with prof. Nina Dyulgerova, an expert in International Relations and Geoeconomics of Global Energy, on the latest events around South Stream. Since April 2001, Dyulgerova has been Professor of International Relations at the Varna Free University Chernorizets Hrabar. She is also teaching at a Master’s program titled...

    As OSCE chair Serbia to deal with Ukraine, promote Balkans
    Dec02

    As OSCE chair Serbia to deal with Ukraine, promote Balkans

    As the OSCE chair in 2015, Serbia will continue to deal with the Ukrainian crisis and other frozen conflicts, but also the promotion of the Western Balkans.This is according to the head of the department for the OSCE in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dejan Sahovic. …read more Source:...

    U.S. to discuss possible new Russia sanctions with European allies
    Dec02

    U.S. to discuss possible new Russia sanctions with European allies

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will talk to European allies this week about imposing further sanctions on Russia if pro-Moscow separatists in eastern Ukraine do not halt violence, a senior State Department official said on Tuesday. …read more Source:...

    Opinion: Stop Talking about NATO Membership for Ukraine
    Dec02

    Opinion: Stop Talking about NATO Membership for Ukraine

    The president of Ukraine is talking up the idea of a national referendum to join NATO, an idea that the military alliance’s chief has openly supported. But such a debate is dangerous — because it divides member states and provides Putin with powerful ammunition. …read more Source: Der...

    [Ticker] Nato to speed up anti-Russia ‘spearhead’ force
    Dec02

    [Ticker] Nato to speed up anti-Russia ‘spearhead’ force

    Nato chief Stoltenberg said Tuesday allies will create in early 2015 an “interim spearhead force” to deter Russian aggression in the Baltic region. He said the full force will be ready in 2016, adding Russia is “violating” its ceasefire accord with Ukraine by continuing to pour troops over the border. …read more...

    Russia warns of recession in 2015
    Dec02

    Russia warns of recession in 2015

    The Russian government warns the economy will fall into recession next year as Western sanctions over Ukraine and falling oil prices begin to bite. …read more Source:...

    Brussels impedes Putin’s South Stream project | Corriere della Sera – Italy
    Dec02

    Brussels impedes Putin’s South Stream project | Corriere della Sera – Italy

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    Divided Moldova demonstrates Putin’s plan B | Sme – Slovakia
    Dec02

    Divided Moldova demonstrates Putin’s plan B | Sme – Slovakia

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