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    Russia revokes right to take military action in Ukraine
    Jun25

    Russia revokes right to take military action in Ukraine

    Russia has revoked its right to launch military action in Ukraine. The move, taken at the behest of President Vladimir Putin, was overwhelmingly… …read more Source:...

    West renews Russia sanctions threat as Ukraine ceasefire crumbles
    Jun25

    West renews Russia sanctions threat as Ukraine ceasefire crumbles

    BRUSSELS/SLAVIANSK, Ukraine (Reuters) – Western powers warned Russia on Wednesday that they could impose new sanctions if it did not do more to defuse the conflict in eastern Ukraine, where a ceasefire between Russian-speaking rebels and government forces appeared to be crumbling. …read more Source:...

    Key players in east Ukraine unrest
    Jun25

    Key players in east Ukraine unrest

    Key figures on both sides of east Ukraine’s unrest …read more Source:...

    Nato steps back from giving Georgia full membership of alliance
    Jun25

    Nato steps back from giving Georgia full membership of alliance

    Republic gains only possibility of ‘cooperation’ deal amid fears of some Nato members that full tie-in would antagonise RussiaGeorgia’s hopes of achieving full membership of Nato were set back on Wednesday as the alliance vowed to stop short of approval, avoiding possible confrontation with Moscow over an expansion to...

    The British Army: cash-strapped, homeward bound, and looking for new roles
    Jun25

    The British Army: cash-strapped, homeward bound, and looking for new roles

    Future operations would be limited, suggests head of the army General Wall speaks of “soft use of hard power” No plans to send troops to IraqGone are the days, for the forseeable future at least, of Britain deploying large numbers of “boots on the ground”. Any intervention by Britain’s armed forces in future will be...

    From Russia with love: new wave of emigration sparks debate
    Jun25

    From Russia with love: new wave of emigration sparks debate

    Issue of whether to stay or go has become a hot topic in liberal press with some spurred on by annexation of CrimeaTo flee or not to flee? That has always been the question for a certain stratum of Russian society, from Tsarist times through the Soviet period and the chaos of the 1990s, and up to the present day. People have left Russia in...

    NATO keeps up pressure on Russia over Ukraine crisis
    Jun25

    NATO keeps up pressure on Russia over Ukraine crisis

    At a meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Brussels the organisation’s Secretary-General, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, accused Russia of not respecting its… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine to stick to ceasefire with pro-Russian rebels despite deadly attack
    Jun25

    Ukraine to stick to ceasefire with pro-Russian rebels despite deadly attack

    Ukraine president Petro Poroshenko agrees to honour week-long truce early despite pro-Russian rebels shooting down military aircraft, killing nine troops …read more Source: The...

    Putin moves to calm Ukraine invasion fears as new sanctions threat looms
    Jun25

    Putin moves to calm Ukraine invasion fears as new sanctions threat looms

    The Russian parliament today rubber-stamped a request from President Putin to strip him of emergency powers to send troops into… …read more Source: The...

    Russia revokes Putin’s right to send troops into Ukraine
    Jun25

    Russia revokes Putin’s right to send troops into Ukraine

    The Russian parliament’s upper chamber has voted overwhelmingly to revoke President Vladimir Putin’s right to order military intervention in Ukraine.… …read more Source:...

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