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    Russian and Ukrainian Musicians Caught Between Conflict, Bitter Rhetoric and Bans
    Oct28

    Russian and Ukrainian Musicians Caught Between Conflict, Bitter Rhetoric and Bans

    Andrei Makarevich wears a ribbon with the colors of the Ukrainian Flag in the March of Peace in Moscow on March 15th. Image from Wikimedia Commons As Russian singer Andrei Makarevich was performing at the House of Music in Moscow on September 25, , members of the unregistered nationalist party “Other Russia” disrupted the show, yelled “Traitor!”...

    Ukraine election: Yuriy Lutsenko tells euronews about coalition talks
    Oct28

    Ukraine election: Yuriy Lutsenko tells euronews about coalition talks

    Early results of Ukraine’s parliamentary election show what appears to be a victory for pro-Western parties. President Petro Poroshenko and Prime… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine begins coalition talks
    Oct28

    Ukraine begins coalition talks

    Ukraine’s political parties have begun talks on how to form a coalition, after an election that saw a pro-West parliament installed …read more Source: The...

    The Guardian view on Ukraines elections: farewell to the old politics | Editorial
    Oct27

    The Guardian view on Ukraines elections: farewell to the old politics | Editorial

    The voters have made their democratic choices. Vladimir Putin and his followers must respect themThe Ukrainian parliamentary elections have confirmed the countrys pro-European orientation and drawn into government a wide range of representatives of the social forces that brought about the Maidan revolution earlier this year. Not much remains of...

    Russian view on Ukrainian elections: ‘beware nationalism’
    Oct27

    Russian view on Ukrainian elections: ‘beware nationalism’

    Moscow has said — with some reservations — Sunday’s parliamentary elections in Ukraine were valid. Moscow hopes the new government in Kyiv will… …read more Source:...

    Report alleges Crimea rights abuses
    Oct27

    Report alleges Crimea rights abuses

    A Council of Europe report says serious human rights abuses have been committed in Crimea since Russia annexed the peninsula in March. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine elections: pro-Europe parties take the lead
    Oct27

    Ukraine elections: pro-Europe parties take the lead

    Pro-Western parties were heading for victory today in Ukraine’s parliamentary elections, keeping the nation’s integration with the European Union on track but widening the gulf with the largely pro-Russian eastern provinces which boycotted the poll. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine’s pro-Western parties begin talks after electoral triumph
    Oct27

    Ukraine’s pro-Western parties begin talks after electoral triumph

    Ukraine’s pro-Western parties have begun coalition talks after securing the most votes in Sunday’s parliamentary elections. The new government is tasked with quelling a pro-Russian insurgency in the country’s east. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine: Pro-Western parties in coalition talks after election success
    Oct27

    Ukraine: Pro-Western parties in coalition talks after election success

    Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko and Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk have held preliminary power-sharing talks – with their pro-Western parties… …read more Source:...

    Election marks turning point for Ukraine
    Oct27

    Election marks turning point for Ukraine

    Balance of power shifts between dominant pro-EU parties …read more Source: Financial...

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