: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Moldova’s Pro-Moscow Presidential Front-Runner Says Open To EU Partnership
    Nov01

    Moldova’s Pro-Moscow Presidential Front-Runner Says Open To EU Partnership

    Igor Dodon, who won the first round of Moldova’s presidential election and is seen as having strong leanings toward Russia, says he will seek to maintain good relations with both Brussels and Moscow if elected. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    The Brief Life and Slow Death of Ukrainian Journalism
    Nov01

    The Brief Life and Slow Death of Ukrainian Journalism

    An independent news channel wanted to revolutionize Ukrainian media. But Ukrainians weren’t in the mood for the truth. …read more Source: Foreign...

    Russia Is Not as Much of a Threat as Depicted in the Media, But Does Need a Slap in the Face
    Nov01

    Russia Is Not as Much of a Threat as Depicted in the Media, But Does Need a Slap in the Face

    Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia, couldn’t catch a break in America, even before the U.S. intelligence community concluded that the Russian government had hacked the Democratic National Committee’s e-mails and had given them to Wikileaks for public release. After Putin’s annexation of Crimea and meddling in the Ukrainian...

    Forget conspiracy theories. This is why Trump’s Russian connection is actually a problem.
    Nov01

    Forget conspiracy theories. This is why Trump’s Russian connection is actually a problem.

    In the past 12 hours, a flurry of stories have come out on Donald Trump’s links to Russia. One such story, at Slate, suggests that a server owned by Trump has been communicating with a Russian bank with ties to the Kremlin. Another, at Mother Jones, quotes an unnamed former intelligence officer claiming that Trump is a Russian operative,...

    Russia in Wonderland
    Nov01

    Russia in Wonderland

    I remarked at the end of my November 2014 TAI essay, “Reflections on the Closing of the Russian Mind,” that “Russia threatens its own future more than do any of the Western powers.” That is even more true now than it was then. Russia is set upon a self-destructive course. Its ruler, or for politeness’s sake its rulers, show no present...

    Russian State Newspaper Apologizes For Slovenia Crimea Story
    Nov01

    Russian State Newspaper Apologizes For Slovenia Crimea Story

    Russia’s top state-run newspaper Rossiyskaya Gazeta has issued an apology for reporting that the mayor of Slovenia’s capital, Ljubljana, recognized Crimea as Russian territory. Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014 was officially condemned across the EU, of which Slovenia is part of. Russia’s decision to send troops and...

    Ukraine sets out strategy to investigate cash-rich officials
    Nov01

    Ukraine sets out strategy to investigate cash-rich officials

    KIEV – Ukrainian authorities will investigate politicians and officials who declare cash assets of more than $100,000 and will impose prison sentences of up to 15 years on any found guilty of wrongdoing, General Prosecutor Yuriy Lutsenko said on Tuesday. … …read more Source:...

    Ukraine government delegation to visit Belarus on 10 November
    Nov01

    Ukraine government delegation to visit Belarus on 10 November

    The delegation will come to Minsk to attend the 24th meeting of the Belarus-Ukraine joint intergovernmental commission on trade and economic cooperation. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian Lawmakers Reject Bill To Double Their Own Salaries
    Nov01

    Ukrainian Lawmakers Reject Bill To Double Their Own Salaries

    Ukrainian lawmakers have rejected a bill that would have at least doubled their own salaries amid media reports about wealth and incomes of government officials and members of parliament. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    The Necessary Pain Of Remembrance
    Nov01

    The Necessary Pain Of Remembrance

    Photo by Andrey Skakodub Here in Kyiv, we remembered the victims of massacre on September 29th — the tens of thousands of peaceful residents whom the Nazis slaughtered on ethnic grounds. It is difficult to understand the magnitude of the crime, for which there can be no excuse, no explanation. Over a period of two days, September 29th-30th,...