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    Trump picks Putin critic as adviser on Russia
    Mar03

    Trump picks Putin critic as adviser on Russia

    NEW YORK // The White House is preparing to appoint a respected academic and critic of Vladimir Putin as its chief Russia expert, in a sign that Donald Trump’s “bromance” with the Russian leader is cooling amid a growing scandal about ties between their administrations.Fiona Hill, a British-born analyst and writer, has advocated...

    Making Idiosyncratic Art in a Totalitarian Society
    Mar03

    Making Idiosyncratic Art in a Totalitarian Society

    Alexander Dovzhenko, a Ukrainian filmmaker, is best known today for a series of political pictures he wrote and directed in the early Stalin years, movies that kept drifting in directions that risked the wrath of the Soviet authorities. Arsenal (1929), set in the Russian Civil War, had hints of pacifism. Earth (1930) was supposed to be a...

    More Revelations Prevent Trump Administration from Moving Past Russia Controversy
    Mar03

    More Revelations Prevent Trump Administration from Moving Past Russia Controversy

    After U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions admitted he met twice with Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak during last year’s presidential campaign and failed to disclose those meetings during his Senate confirmation hearing, the new administration continues to grapple with other revelations of previously undisclosed meetings with Kislyak....

    Foreign Minister Gabriel on the situation in the FYROM and the name dispute
    Mar03

    Foreign Minister Gabriel on the situation in the FYROM and the name dispute

    Speaking on the margins of his visit to Ukraine, Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel issued a statement on the situation in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM). The escalation of the political situation in the FYROM is very alarming. The political stagnation threatens to set the country further back on its path to integration with the...

    Trump Ally Drastically Changes Story About Altering GOP Platform On Ukraine
    Mar03

    Trump Ally Drastically Changes Story About Altering GOP Platform On Ukraine

    In a significant reversal, a Trump campaign official on Thursday told CNN that he personally advocated for softening the language on Ukraine in the GOP platform at the Republican National Convention, and that he did so on behalf of the President. Read More → …read more Source:...

    What Just Happened?! A Review of President Trump’s Sixth Week.
    Mar03

    What Just Happened?! A Review of President Trump’s Sixth Week.

    In his first work, On the Heights of Despair, the dour Romanian philosopher Emil Cioran wrote, “No matter which way we go, it is no better than any other. It is all the same whether you achieve something or not, have faith or not, just as it is all the same whether you cry or remain silent.” These words, no doubt, are comfort to President Donald...

    Demonstrators in Washington recall life and work of Boris Nemtsov
    Mar03

    Demonstrators in Washington recall life and work of Boris Nemtsov

    WASHINGTON – On Sunday, February 26, United Help Ukraine Vice-President Oksana Osipova joined with U.S.-Ukraine Foundation President Nadia McConnell and representatives of Russian, Belarusian, Baltic and American organizations and addressed the group of people that gathered across the street from the Russian Embassy in Washington to commemorate...

    Christian Borys’s journey from Toronto tech to war correspondent in eastern Ukraine
    Mar03

    Christian Borys’s journey from Toronto tech to war correspondent in eastern Ukraine

    OTTAWA – Many people likely would not give a second thought to leaving the relative comfort of life in Toronto for the deadly battleground of eastern Ukraine. But when Christian Borys decided to embark on a new career two years ago, he thought Ukraine – his father’s ancestral homeland – would be the place to […] …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine’s suffering children
    Mar03

    Ukraine’s suffering children

    Last year in February, UNICEF, the United Nations Children’s Fund, reported that “The conflict in Ukraine has deeply affected the lives of 580,000 children living in non-government controlled areas and close to the front line in eastern Ukraine.” Of those, 200,000 – or one in three – needed psychosocial support. More than 215,000 were...

    Canadian physicians return  to Ukraine on fifth medical mission
    Mar03

    Canadian physicians return to Ukraine on fifth medical mission

    KYIV – In the summer of 2016, Serhiy Vovchuk suffered two bullet wounds to his left arm in the frontline town of Popasna in Luhansk Oblast from combined Russian-separatist forces. After undergoing four operations to restore functionality of his hand and fingers, Mr. Vovchuk, of the Kyivska Rus’ 11th Motorized Infantry Battalion, had his...