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    Ukrainian president calls for global response to Russian threat
    Jan18

    Ukrainian president calls for global response to Russian threat

    DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko called for a worldwide effort to counter the threat of Russian cyber warfare and urged the United States to “be great again” by demonstrating leadership on issues such as global security. …read more Source:...

    Opinion: Donald Trump: Europe’s Ultimate Wake-Up Call
    Jan18

    Opinion: Donald Trump: Europe’s Ultimate Wake-Up Call

    The greatest immediate danger lies in the Trump administration’s relationship with Moscow. There is a risk that deals with Moscow, particularly on Ukraine, increase Eastern Europe’s dependence on Russia and ultimately divide the continent into two zones of influence. …read more Source:...

    Wizz Air to introduce non-stop service from Silesia to Lviv
    Jan18

    Wizz Air to introduce non-stop service from Silesia to Lviv

    Budget airline Wizz Air will soon begin offering direct flights from the largest city in Poland’s Lower Silesia region, Wrocław, to the western Ukrainian hub of Lviv, the president of Wrocław’s International Airport said at a press conference on Wednesday. “Air travel will only take [approximately] half-an-hour and the trip [will be]...

    Klitschko: Conflict in Ukraine is controlled from outside the country
    Jan18

    Klitschko: Conflict in Ukraine is controlled from outside the country

    Ukrainian politician and former World Boxing Council heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko says the Ukraine conflict is being controlled by forces outside the country and without money and weapons com …read more Source:...

    Putin, Merkel and Hollande discuss Ukraine, Syria: Kremlin
    Jan18

    Putin, Merkel and Hollande discuss Ukraine, Syria: Kremlin

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin, French President Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel discussed peacemaking efforts in Ukraine and Syria during a conference call on Wednesday, a Kremlin statement said. …read more Source:...

    The West has only made things worse in Ukraine
    Jan18

    The West has only made things worse in Ukraine

    A democratic revolution triumphed two and a half years ago in Ukraine. And the West rushed to congratulate the leaders of the pro-democratic parties who emerged victorious, including President Petro Poroshenko. Indeed, a record number of Western advisers were sent to Kiev in the wake of the election. Far more than had visited during the first 25...

    Trump’s surrender to Putin may mean full-blown war in the Ukraine and beyond
    Jan18

    Trump’s surrender to Putin may mean full-blown war in the Ukraine and beyond

    Donald Trump’s electoral triumph and his continuing adulation of Russian dictator, Vladimir Putin, has been greeted in Ukraine with as.. The post Trump’s surrender to Putin may mean full-blown war in the Ukraine and beyond appeared first on Reaction. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian president to visit Estonia  – The Baltic Times
    Jan18

    Ukrainian president to visit Estonia – The Baltic Times

    TALLINN – Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko is about to visit Estonia next week.Poroshenko will visit Estonia …… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Bulgaria May Lose EU Presidency If It Stirs Divisions, President Warns
    Jan18

    Bulgaria May Lose EU Presidency If It Stirs Divisions, President Warns

    Outgoing Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has argued Bulgaria may be stripped of its Council of the European Union presidency if it works toward division within the EU. In his farewell press conference alongside Vice President Margarita Popova, he has said such a move is one of the “big risks” facing the country in the months to come, a step...

    Banning the bomb: we’ll all go together
    Jan18

    Banning the bomb: we’ll all go together

    The mushroom cloud over Nagasaki, after the second atomic bomb was dropped there in 1945 ©Cultura/Rex/Shutterstock Barack Obama was a cautious president, given to the odd audacious speech. In 2009, he stood on a podium in Prague’s Hradcˇany Square and declared America’s commitment to a world free from nuclear weapons. “Human destiny...

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