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    Russia, Ukraine agree to work on ceasefire, France says
    Jun30

    Russia, Ukraine agree to work on ceasefire, France says

    The leaders of Russia and Ukraine have agreed to work on a ceasefire between separatists and the Ukrainian authorities and on quickly setting up effective border controls, the French president’s office said. …read more Source: Buenos Aires...

    Putin urges Kiev to stop fighting, begin dialogue
    Jun22

    Putin urges Kiev to stop fighting, begin dialogue

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said today that artillery was used in overnight fighting in eastern Ukraine and urged Kiev to cease fighting and begin dialogue with the rebels. …read more Source: Buenos Aires...

    Falkland Islands and Crimea the new cold war
    May09

    Falkland Islands and Crimea the new cold war

    In an article for Penguin News, distinguished political and scientific Bulgarian author Dr Lyubomir Ivanov (*) discusses the Crimean conflict and its parallel with the Falklands.The Argentine President Cristina Kirchner praised the recent Crimean status referendum as, “one of the famous referendums of self-determination.” …read more Source:...

    West will never go to war over non-NATO Ukraine
    May05

    West will never go to war over non-NATO Ukraine

    By Gwynne Dyer – With due apologies to God, Voltaire and the Ukrainians, I must point out that if Ukraine did not exist, it would not be necessary to invent it.It is not a great power, it has no resources the world cannot do without, and it is not a “vital strategic interest” to anybody except the Ukrainians. Not even to the Russians,...

    Putin is losing Eastern European energy gamble
    Apr28

    Putin is losing Eastern European energy gamble

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said he doesn’t think the European community can do without the natural gas it gets from energy monopoly Gazprom. With a Russian economy starting to decline, however, it may be Gazprom that’s too strongly interconnected to the European market to break free. …read more Source:...

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