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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Asian Risks Respond to Energy Shifts
    Jan09

    Asian Risks Respond to Energy Shifts

    The prolonged slump in world energy prices has produced a mix of benefits and looming risks for China, according to recent reports. The relative abundance of energy that followed the development of shale oil and gas in the United States has helped to ease energy security concerns in China and other Asian nations, according to studies published...

    National Congress of Armenians of Ukraine: NK should be returned to Azerbaijan
    Jan09

    National Congress of Armenians of Ukraine: NK should be returned to Azerbaijan

    The president of the National Congress of Armenians of Ukraine, Ashot Avanesyan, has commented on reports alleging that he is a business partner of the chairman of the United Congress of Azerbaijanis in Ukraine, Rovshan Taghiyev, as well as the fact that they made a joint statement on Nagorno-Karabakh during the New Year’s Eve celebration...

    Ten countries to take part in youth theater forum M@rt.contact in Mogilev
    Jan09

    Ten countries to take part in youth theater forum M@rt.contact in Mogilev

    This year the playbill will feature 22 plays by 20 theaters from 10 countries (Belarus, Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Kazakhstan, Armenia, and others). For the first time the forum will welcome theater companies from Austria and the United States. …read more Source:...

    Germany accuses Russia of cyber attack on Ukraine peace monitors, as Kremlin dismisses US intelligence claims as a ‘witch hunt’
    Jan09
    Will Trump Recognize Russian Annexation of Crimea?
    Jan09

    Will Trump Recognize Russian Annexation of Crimea?

    It would be a break from Washington’s stated policy of non-recognition. …read more Source: The...

    Former Ukraine PM Says He May Form ‘Government-In-Exile’
    Jan09

    Former Ukraine PM Says He May Form ‘Government-In-Exile’

    Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov has said he may form a Ukrainian “government-in-exile” after a December Moscow court ruling held that the collapse of his government in early 2014 was the result of an illegal coup. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Sweden’s leader is warning about Baltic security threats, and military officials want to boost spending
    Jan09

    Sweden’s leader is warning about Baltic security threats, and military officials want to boost spending

    Sweden’s leader said there are “primary” threats facing the country, especially “in light of Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea.” …read more Source: Business...

    Journalist outraged as police seize equipment on return from MH17 crash site
    Jan09

    Journalist outraged as police seize equipment on return from MH17 crash site

    A journalist who brought back pieces of wreckage from a visit to the MH17 crash site in Ukraine has accused… …read more Source:...

    Stand of Yerevan and Stepanakert rules out any direct talks between  presidents of Artsakh and Azerbaijan
    Jan09

    Stand of Yerevan and Stepanakert rules out any direct talks between  presidents of Artsakh and Azerbaijan

    ArmInfo. The official stand of Yerevan and Stepanakert rules out even the possibility to organize direct talks between the presidents of Artsakh and Azerbaijan, for instance, in Shushi the way it happened in the case of Moldova and Transnistria, ex-foreign minister of the Nagorno- Karabakh Republic, independent analyst Arman Melikyan has told...

    Sweden’s PM warns of cyberattack threat
    Jan09

    Sweden’s PM warns of cyberattack threat

    Cyberattacks and extremism are among the problems that Sweden will have to tackle in the year ahead, according to Prime Minister Stefan Löfven, AP reported. Löfven wrote in Dagens Nyheter that although he was wary of reports of increased Russian military activity in the Baltic region — “especially in light of...