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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Assad is in a weaker position than most think
    Apr20

    Assad is in a weaker position than most think

    For all the furore about last week’s missile strikes on Syria, they were were strikingly limited in scope. Far from the “big price” boasted about by Donald Trump, the attacks focused very narrowly on three sites linked to the Assad regime’s chemical weapons programme. Targets were chosen both to avoid collateral damage and, more...

    Montenegro Sanctions Target Ukraine Ex-President’s Son
    Apr20

    Montenegro Sanctions Target Ukraine Ex-President’s Son

    Montenegro has updated its sanctions list targeting those allegedly involved in financial crimes in Ukraine to include the son of Ukraine’s ousted president, Viktor Yanukovych. …read more Source: Balkan...

    U.S. National Security Aide Tells Russia Conditions For Better Ties
    Apr20

    U.S. National Security Aide Tells Russia Conditions For Better Ties

    The new U.S. national security adviser has told Russia’s U.S. ambassador that Moscow must address U.S. concerns on election meddling, the “reckless” nerve-agent attack in Britain, and the situations in Ukraine and Syria before relations can substantially improve. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    US outlines RED LINES for better relations with Russia amid high tensions after airstrikes
    Apr20

    US outlines RED LINES for better relations with Russia amid high tensions after airstrikes

    THE US has outlined its red lines for establishing better relations with Russia, after White House National Security Adviser John Bolton told Russia’s Ambassador on Thursday that Vladimir Putin needed to address the US’s concerns surrounding Ukraine, the Salisbury attack in Britain, and election meddling. …read more Source:...

    John Bolton and Russian ambassador meet at White House
    Apr20

    John Bolton and Russian ambassador meet at White House

    The White House on Thursday said national security adviser John Bolton and Russian Ambassador Anatoly Antonov agree that both nations want to have a better relationship, but cautioned that Bolton said such an improvement will only occur if Russia address “concerns” about interference in 2016 election and it’s actions in Ukraine and Syria....

    U.S. Tells Russia to Address Election Concerns, Chemical Weapons
    Apr20

    U.S. Tells Russia to Address Election Concerns, Chemical Weapons

    White House national security adviser John Bolton told Russia’s ambassador on Thursday that better relations between the two countries required addressing U.S. concerns on election meddling, a chemical attack in Britain, and the situations in Ukraine and Syria, the White House said. It was the first meeting between Bolton, who started at...

    Bolton and Russian ambassador meet at White House
    Apr20

    Bolton and Russian ambassador meet at White House

    The White House on Thursday said national security adviser John Bolton and Russian Ambassador Anatoly Antonov agree that both nations want to have a better relationship, but cautioned that Bolton said such an improvement will only occur if Russia address “concerns” about interference in 2016 election and it’s actions in Ukraine...

    U.S. tells Russia to address election concerns, chemical weapons
    Apr20

    U.S. tells Russia to address election concerns, chemical weapons

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – White House national security adviser John Bolton told Russia’s ambassador on Thursday that better relations between the two countries require addressing U.S. concerns on election meddling, chemical attack in Britain, and the situations in Ukraine and Syria, the White House said. …read more Source: The...

    U.S. tells Russia to address election concerns, chemical weapons
    Apr20

    U.S. tells Russia to address election concerns, chemical weapons

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – White House national security adviser John Bolton told Russia’s ambassador on Thursday that better relations between the two countries require addressing U.S. concerns on election meddling, chemical attack in Britain, and the situations in Ukraine and Syria, the White House said. …read more Source:...

    Massive change needed to fix what’s broken in stumbling Ukraine
    Apr20

    Massive change needed to fix what’s broken in stumbling Ukraine

    There were high hopes in Ukraine after the 2014 Maidan Revolution, where “people power” put a pro-Russian president to flight. Three years later, those hopes have pretty much been dashed, a result of the failure of the government of President Petro Poroshenko to rein in corruption and the corrosive effects … …read more...