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    Campers of all ages enjoy learning about Ukrainian heritage at Soyuzivka
    Aug12

    Campers of all ages enjoy learning about Ukrainian heritage at Soyuzivka

    KERHONKSON, N.Y. – This year’s heritage camps at Soyuzivka took place in July with over 80 children from three countries – the United States, Canada and Ukraine – attending. Discover Your Heritage Camp (July 10-16) this year focused on Ukraine’s royalty during the Princely Era (Kniazha Doba). The campers learned about the evolution of...

    Terms of Estrangement
    Aug12

    Terms of Estrangement

    When Barack Obama’s chances of re-election looked uncertain in May 2011, Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu came to the White House to lecture its occupant. In front of “astonished” journalists and “furious” White House aides, Netanyahu publicly rejected the framework for peace the President had endorsed the day before. Our Separate...

    Russia could break diplomatic ties with Ukraine, PM says
    Aug12

    Russia could break diplomatic ties with Ukraine, PM says

    Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said Friday Russia could break diplomatic ties with Ukraine over reported security incidents in Crimea, something it didn’t even do after annexing Crimea or throwing its support behind separatist rebels in the east. …read more Source: CTV...

    Moscow could cut diplomatic ties with Ukraine – Russia's Medvedev
    Aug12

    Moscow could cut diplomatic ties with Ukraine – Russia's Medvedev

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said on Friday Moscow might be forced to cut diplomatic ties with Ukraine if a crisis related to a purported incident involving Ukrainian saboteurs in Crimea worsened. …read more Source: The...

    A Shtetl Returns to Ukraine and the Agony of North Korean Olympians: The Week in Global-Affairs Writing
    Aug12

    A Shtetl Returns to Ukraine and the Agony of North Korean Olympians: The Week in Global-Affairs Writing

    The Olympics Are Tough for All Athletes. For North Koreans, They’re Worse. Adam Taylor | The Washington Post “North Korea is well-known around the world as a ‘Hermit Kingdom’—a country whose citizens tend to have little to no access to the wider world and whose government has an antagonistic relationship with most other governments....

    Russia Deploys Advanced S-400 Air Missile System to Crimea
    Aug12

    Russia Deploys Advanced S-400 Air Missile System to Crimea

    Russia has deployed its advanced S-400 air defense missile system to annexed Crimea, Russian news agencies reported on Friday …read more Source: Al-Manar...

    Russia’s Medvedev: Moscow could cut diplomatic ties with Ukraine
    Aug12

    Russia’s Medvedev: Moscow could cut diplomatic ties with Ukraine

    Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said on Friday Moscow might be forced to cut diplomatic ties with Ukraine if a crisis related to a purported incident involving Ukrainian saboteurs in Crimea worsened …read more Source: The Daily...

    Putin’s pretext to boycott talks
    Aug12

    Putin’s pretext to boycott talks

    The Russian President invents a pretext in Crimea to pull out of planned peace talks. …read more Source: THE...

    Moscow might cut diplomatic ties with Kiev: Russian PM
    Aug12

    Moscow might cut diplomatic ties with Kiev: Russian PM

    Russia’s president may sever diplomatic ties with Ukraine if there are no other options available, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said Friday amid the recent escalating tensions between Moscow and Kiev. …read more Source: China...

    Russia deploys S-400 missile system to Crimea
    Aug12

    Russia deploys S-400 missile system to Crimea

    The Russian Defense Ministry says it has deployed its advanced S-400 air defense missile system to Crimea. …read more Source:...