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    Trilateral contact group on Ukraine: There is no alternative to Minsk accords
    Mar29

    Trilateral contact group on Ukraine: There is no alternative to Minsk accords

    There is no alternative to the Minsk accords. The trilateral contact group together with representatives of certain districts of Ukraine’s Donetsk Oblast and Lugansk Oblast intends to step up its work in the areas of security, politics, humanitarian affairs and economy, the statement reads. …read more Source:...

    President of Poland: Attack on Consulate of Poland in Ukraine requires intervention
    Mar29

    President of Poland: Attack on Consulate of Poland in Ukraine requires intervention

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    Ukrainian president condemns attack on Polish Consulate
    Mar29

    Ukrainian president condemns attack on Polish Consulate

    Ukraine’s president on Wednesday condemned an overnight shelling of the Polish Consulate in a western city that hasn’t hurt anyone and vowed to track down those responsible …read more Source: ABC...

    When Russia and Ukraine Battle in Court, the West Wins
    Mar29

    When Russia and Ukraine Battle in Court, the West Wins

    Even Putin has decided to rely on the Western legal system to help settle a bitter feud. …read more Source:...

    [Focus] Nordic countries unite to reboot cooperation with Russia
    Mar29

    [Focus] Nordic countries unite to reboot cooperation with Russia

    Disagreements between Nordic countries and Russia on Crimea and Ukraine are briefly set aside at a conference on Arctic development. …read more Source:...

    PEN America Honors Jailed Ukrainian Filmmaker Sentsov
    Mar29

    PEN America Honors Jailed Ukrainian Filmmaker Sentsov

    PEN America has announced that it will honor imprisoned Ukrainian writer and filmmaker Oleh Sentsov with its 2017 PEN/Barbey Freedom to Write Award. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Daily Foreign Affairs Roundup
    Mar29

    Daily Foreign Affairs Roundup

    Here are some interesting stories relevant to foreign affairs from today, Wednesday, March 29: What happens now that Britain has triggered Article 50? The Economist explains how Brexit could play out in the coming months. The United States should not send U.S. troops into harm’s way unless a vital U.S. national security interest is at...

    Is Paul Manafort Nefarious or Simply Shadowy?
    Mar29

    Is Paul Manafort Nefarious or Simply Shadowy?

    Washington attracts a certain type of person who loves attention—the thrill of the crowd, the glow of the camera. But it also attracts the kind of person who loves to operate in the shadows: the master of arcane rules, the backroom operator. When the second category of person ends up with the attention, things can get uncomfortable.Related Story...

    Troubled Ukrainian anti-corruption drive hits software obstacle
    Mar29

    Troubled Ukrainian anti-corruption drive hits software obstacle

    KIEV – Software glitches mean thousands of Ukrainian officials will not meet an April deadline to declare their 2016 assets online, officials said, in a further blow to a flagship anti-corruption scheme championed by Kiev’s Western supporters. … …read more Source:...

    Poll: 6 in 10 Americans think traditional news outlets report fake news
    Mar29

    Poll: 6 in 10 Americans think traditional news outlets report fake news

    A majority of Americans believe traditional media outlets publish fake news reports, and Republicans are more likely to believe that fake news is being pushed to advance an agenda, according to a Monmouth University poll released Wednesday. The poll, which was conducted by phone during the first week of March, found that 80 percent of respondents...