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    Special Report: Crimea Tatars endure second tragedy under Russian rule
    Jul07

    Special Report: Crimea Tatars endure second tragedy under Russian rule

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    The trouble with referendums
    Jul06

    The trouble with referendums

    After Britain’s decision to leave the European Union via popular referendum last month, political turmoil ensued. But don’t let the near-collapse of the British government make you think governments will be dissuaded from using this form of supposedly direct democracy in future: Referendums are more popular than ever. In fact,...

    ‘We believe in Europe’
    Jul06

    ‘We believe in Europe’

    These aren’t the easiest days for a united Europe. Both Eastern and Western Europe are suffering from Brexit fever. The destiny of those who want to be out has been decided — just like the destiny of those who want be in. But it is not a time for despair. It is a time for unity, responsibility and vision. A time to understand how we got to...

    Thousands protest electricity price hikes in Ukraine
    Jul06

    Thousands protest electricity price hikes in Ukraine

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    Bulgarians in Ukraine Demand Cultural Autonomy, Own Administrative Center
    Jul06

    Bulgarians in Ukraine Demand Cultural Autonomy, Own Administrative Center

    Ethnic Bulgarians in Ukraine are asking for cultural autonomy, with the city of Bolgrad remaining an administrative center for the community in the adjacent towns and villages, a Ukrainian lawmaker of Bulgarian descent has said. “It is not about territorial autonomy and the breakaway of regions… This is not on the agenda,” Anton...

    How Russia Will Use Brexit to Fight Sanctions
    Jul06

    How Russia Will Use Brexit to Fight Sanctions

    By Editor, The Manila Times, PhilippinesJul 6 2016 (Manila Times)FORECAST EU sanctions against Russia are all but guaranteed to remain in place through 2016, but Moscow will work in the second half of the year to get them eased in 2017.Russia will capitalize on divisions in the European Union, which will only widen in the wake of Brexit, to...

    Anton Kisse: Bulgarians in Ukraine seek to preserve their cultural identity, language and traditions
    Jul06

    Anton Kisse: Bulgarians in Ukraine seek to preserve their cultural identity, language and traditions

    A well respected Bulgarian newspaper recently carried information, published by the online Golos.ua to the effect that Bulgarians in Ukraine had demanded that President Poroshenko grant them territorial autonomy in Odessa and Kherson regions. The information was also circulated in press reviews by the TV morning shows and various websites. To...

    Kerry visits Georgia, Ukraine to show solidarity
    Jul06

    Kerry visits Georgia, Ukraine to show solidarity

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    Rutte not hopeful about changing Ukraine treaty
    Jul06

    Rutte not hopeful about changing Ukraine treaty

    Prime minister Mark Rutte isn’t hopeful about negotiating a Dutch exemption to an EU trade treaty with Ukraine, NOS reported… …read more Source:...

    Business unions don’t agree with Tiit Vähi that sanctions against Russia should be repealed
    Jul06

    Business unions don’t agree with Tiit Vähi that sanctions against Russia should be repealed

    Estonian businesses don’t share former prime minister Tiit Vähi’s view that sanctions against Russia should be repealed as soon as possible. “The EU can’t accept that Russia just marched into Ukraine,” industrialist Meelis Einstein said. …read more Source:...

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