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    How will the MH17 report impact Russia’s relations with the West?
    Sep29

    How will the MH17 report impact Russia’s relations with the West?

    There is now little doubt that Moscow is responsible for handing over the missile to its separatist proxies in eastern Ukraine. I was stood among the tents and makeshift huts in Independence Square on 17 July 2014 in central Kiev when I heard that flight MH17 from Amsterdam to Kula Lumpur had been shot down over eastern Ukraine, killing all 298...

    Russia implicated in ‘civilisation clash’: Polish defence minister
    Sep29

    Russia implicated in ‘civilisation clash’: Polish defence minister

    Russia’s “attack” on Ukraine highlights a “civilisation clash”, Polish Defence Minister Antoni Macierewicz has said. …read more Source: Polskie...

    Donald Tusk to Ukraine: Europe has got your back
    Sep29

    Donald Tusk to Ukraine: Europe has got your back

    European Council President Donald Tusk reassured senior Ukrainian leaders Thursday of Europe’s support in the country’s continuing conflict with Russia. EU leaders have long sought to play a role as moderator in the conflict in eastern Ukraine, including helping to broker the Minsk 2 peace agreement that so far has not been fulfilled....

    Russian violence leading to ‘civilisation clash’: Polish Defence Minister
    Sep29

    Russian violence leading to ‘civilisation clash’: Polish Defence Minister

    Russian “attack” on Ukraine links to “civilisation clash”, wrote Polish Defence Minister Antoni Macierewicz in a letter read in the US. …read more Source: Polskie...

    OSCE mission, Russian, Polish, Ukrainian NGOs to observe Lithuanian parlt elections  – The Baltic Times
    Sep29

    OSCE mission, Russian, Polish, Ukrainian NGOs to observe Lithuanian parlt elections – The Baltic Times

    VILNIUS – Observers from the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) and members of non-governmental organisations from Russ…… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Ukraine reform push would pave way to support from new U.S. president: Pritzker
    Sep29

    Ukraine reform push would pave way to support from new U.S. president: Pritzker

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine should ramp up economic and anti-corruption reforms to pave the way for continued support from whoever wins the U.S. presidential election, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker said on a visit to Kiev on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    Poland’s assistance in attracting EU funds to prompt local border traffic regime with Belarus
    Sep29

    Poland’s assistance in attracting EU funds to prompt local border traffic regime with Belarus

    “Currently Belarus is studying the practice of the implementation of the similar agreements of Belarus with Latvia, and also those of Poland with Russia and Ukraine,” Dmitry Mironchik said. …read more Source:...

    Craig Oliver, Cameron’s attack dog, finally bites
    Sep29

    Craig Oliver, Cameron’s attack dog, finally bites

    A new book reveals the spiteful after life of Downing Street’s unlikely spin doctor. It must be hard being a spin doctor: always in the shadows but always on-message. The murky control that the role requires might explain why David Cameron’s former director of communications Craig Oliver has rushed out his political memoirs so soon...

    Bulgaria Ranks 46th in Bloomberg’s Healthcare System Index
    Sep29

    Bulgaria Ranks 46th in Bloomberg’s Healthcare System Index

    Bulgaria is among the countries with the least efficient healthcare systems in the world, data published by Bloomberg shows.Out of 55 countries studied by the Bloomberg index, Bulgaria has dropped by three spots compared to its results in 2009 (the index ranks countries as of 2014).Two years ago it had the 46th most efficient healthcare system,...

    How Putin’s Syria gamble has paid off | Oleg Kashin
    Sep29

    How Putin’s Syria gamble has paid off | Oleg Kashin

    One of Russia’s most prominent journalists argues the protracted conflict has been a gift to the president whose expansionism in Ukraine had left his country weakened• Read a version of this article in RussianIn a famous poem by the writer Yevgeny Yevtushenko, an ant crawling on the face of a Russian soldier killed in Afghanistan asks the...

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