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    Lavrov: Nobody would allow Ukraine to revoke its non-nuclear status
    Sep18

    Lavrov: Nobody would allow Ukraine to revoke its non-nuclear status

    Nobody would allow Ukraine to revoke its non-nuclear status, even the West, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Wednesday, RIA Novosti …read more Source:...

    Russia tightens control over Kyrgyzstan
    Sep18

    Russia tightens control over Kyrgyzstan

    As EU imposes new sanctions on state-owned companies, Gazprom and Rosneft invest heavily in Central Asian state While Russias relationship with Ukraine has been grabbing the headlines, Moscow has been steadily strengthening its foothold in another of the post-Soviet states Kyrgyzstan. In the past few years Russia has written off half a billion...

    Ukraine president in key US visit
    Sep18

    Ukraine president in key US visit

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko is beginning a key visit to the US to seek further support to tackle what he describes as Russian aggression. …read more Source:...

    Parliamentary notebook, 18 September
    Sep18

    Parliamentary notebook, 18 September

    Keep it in the far-right family Each MEP is entitled to appoint an unlimited number of parliamentary assistants using a monthly budget for their salaries of €21,000. However, in 2009 a rule came into force forbidding MEPs from employing close relatives as their assistants. But Golden Dawn – the Greek delegation of three right-wing MEPs – has...

    Will NATO respond with a bang or a whimper?
    Sep18

    Will NATO respond with a bang or a whimper?

    Collective security depends on a mixture of trust and fear: trust that your allies will make sacrifices for you, and fear that you will suffer if you challenge or break the rules. Both of those are fraying in Europe. It is hard to see how the new European Commission will be able to impose its will on Russia’s South Stream gas pipeline, now...

    European ‘peace dividend’ under pressure
    Sep18

    European ‘peace dividend’ under pressure

    Higher military spending in the wake of Russia’s intervention in Ukraine could wipe away the ‘peace dividend’ Europe has enjoyed since the cold war …read more Source: Financial...

    $30m reward offered to catch the killers of 298 people on Flight MH17
    Sep18

    $30m reward offered to catch the killers of 298 people on Flight MH17

    A reward of $30m (more than £18m) has been offered for information leading to the identification of those responsible for the shooting down of Flight MH17 over Ukraine. …read more Source: The...

    After six months of Crimean chaos, cult of Putin still reigns
    Sep17

    After six months of Crimean chaos, cult of Putin still reigns

    The portrait of President Putin staring down from the wall of Irina Ugrimova’s office is one of thousands now gracing… …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine crisis: Two killed in shelling despite ceasefire
    Sep17

    Ukraine crisis: Two killed in shelling despite ceasefire

    Shelling in the rebel-held eastern Ukraine city of Donetsk killed two people on Wednesday and wounded three others, the city council has confirmed. …read more Source: The...

    U.N. Security Council to discuss Dutch report on MH17 downing
    Sep17

    U.N. Security Council to discuss Dutch report on MH17 downing

    UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – The downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over war-torn eastern Ukraine will be discussed by the U.N. Security Council on Friday after Russia requested a meeting on a Dutch finding that a large number of fragments hit the plane and tore it apart. …read more Source:...

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