: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Section: Europe

  • EU (3,331)
    Mikhail Baryshnikov: Trump’s rhetoric ‘reminds me of the Soviet Union’
    Aug17

    Mikhail Baryshnikov: Trump’s rhetoric ‘reminds me of the Soviet Union’

    Mikhail Baryshnikov sees flashes of the Soviet Union’s hammer and sickle in Donald Trump’s rhetoric. The legendary Russian-American dancer, choreographer and actor warned of the danger posed by Trump in a new video released Wednesday in which he endorsed Hillary Clinton and ripped into the Republican nominee as reminiscent of...

    Hillary Clinton questions Donald Trump ties to Russia
    Aug17

    Hillary Clinton questions Donald Trump ties to Russia

    Hillary Clinton’s campaign is questioning Donald Trump’s top political aide’s ties to a pro-Kremlin political party in Ukraine, claiming it is evidence of the Republican nominee’s cozy relationship with Russia. …read more Source: Irish...

    Putin hints at war in Ukraine but may be seeking diplomatic edge
    Aug16

    Putin hints at war in Ukraine but may be seeking diplomatic edge

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Ukraine says it thinks Vladimir Putin is planning a new invasion, and it’s not hard to see why: the Russian leader has built up troops on its border and resumed the hostile rhetoric that preceded his annexation of Crimea two years ago. …read more Source:...

    Russia plans Ukrainian border war games
    Aug16

    Russia plans Ukrainian border war games

    A dramatic shift in Russia’s posture has prompted analysts to wonder whether Putin is considering an all-out invasion of Ukraine …read more Source: Financial...

    Kiev struggles in broadcast war against separatists as tensions rise
    Aug16

    Kiev struggles in broadcast war against separatists as tensions rise

    AVDIYIVKA, Ukraine/KIEV (Reuters) – For Ukrainian pensioner Olga Shazhkova, channel-surfing in the front line town of Avdiyivka is a monotonous business. …read more Source:...

    How Trump’s campaign chief got a strongman elected president of Ukraine
    Aug16

    How Trump’s campaign chief got a strongman elected president of Ukraine

    Paul Manafort, who reportedly was a recipient of $12.7m in Ukraine, helped Viktor Yanukovich to victory. Could he do the same for Trump?The scene was Ostroh, western Ukraine, on the eve of parliamentary elections.A tall figure bounded on to a stage to cheers from a crowd of elderly flag-waving supporters. They chanted: “Yan-u-kov-ich,...

    How Trump’s campaign chief got a strongman elected president of Ukraine
    Aug16

    How Trump’s campaign chief got a strongman elected president of Ukraine

    Paul Manafort, who reportedly was a recipient of $12.7m in Ukraine, helped Viktor Yanukovich to victory. Could he do the same for Trump?The scene was Ostroh, western Ukraine, on the eve of parliamentary elections.A tall figure bounded on to a stage to cheers from a crowd of elderly flag-waving supporters. They chanted: “Yan-u-kov-ich,...

    Russian FSB has prevented terrorist attacks in the Crimea
    Aug16

    Russian FSB has prevented terrorist attacks in the Crimea

    The Russian Embassy in Latvia issued a statement the Russian Foreign Ministry on the disruption of terrorist acts in the Republic of Crimea. The text of the statement is below. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    A new EU Security Strategy: towards a militarised Europe?
    Aug16

    A new EU Security Strategy: towards a militarised Europe?

    “Europe has never been so prosperous, so secure nor so free”. It was 2003 and those were the words introducing the self-congratulatory EU Security Strategy that set the Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) guidelines for the next 13 years. The former High Representative (HR), Javier Solana, drafted it to tackle indirect and external threats,...

    Steinmeier: Germany ‘worried’ about spike in Crimea tensions
    Aug16

    Steinmeier: Germany ‘worried’ about spike in Crimea tensions

    The German and Russian foreign ministers have called for restraint amidst increasing friction in Crimea, Deutsche Welle reports. “In recent days there has been a spike in tensions around Crimea and that has worried us,” Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Germany’s foreign minister, said at a joint press conference Monday with his Russian counterpart...

    Page 460 of 2291

    Pin It on Pinterest