: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Russians Test Bomb Shelters, Gas Masks Amid Rising Tensions With West
    Oct24

    Russians Test Bomb Shelters, Gas Masks Amid Rising Tensions With West

    Russian officials have upgraded bomb shelters in large cities in the country and tested gas masks, as tensions between Moscow and Western powers including the United States have continued to escalate. Recent civil defense drills incorporated measures to protect against nuclear and chemical threats, evidence of preparation for the survival of...

    McMullin’s Dreadfully Conventional Hawkishness
    Oct24

    McMullin’s Dreadfully Conventional Hawkishness

    I haven’t taken Evan McMullin’s independent bid for president seriously because it began so late in the year with a complete unknown for a candidate, and I still don’t think it will amount to much. However, because there is a nontrivial chance that he could win some electoral votes by carrying Utah, and because some readers have...

    13 footballers playing for foreign clubs invoted to Armenian National team
    Oct24

    13 footballers playing for foreign clubs invoted to Armenian National team

    The Armenian national team will play is set to face Montenegro on November 11 in a 2018 qualifier. Armenia head coach Artur Petrosyan has announced the list of playersplaying for foreign clubs, invited for the training campaign: Levon Airapetyan, Paykan F.C. (Iran) Hrayr Mkoyan, FC Esteghlal (Iran) Varazdat Haroyan, Padideh F.C. (Iran) Taron...

    Poland accuses Egypt of selling warships to Russia for $1
    Oct24

    Poland accuses Egypt of selling warships to Russia for $1

    Poland’s defence minister has accused Egypt of selling two French-made Mistral warships to Russia for just $1. Antoni Macierewicz accused Egypt of the sale during a parliamentary debate last week. Macierewicz later told reporters he was information of the sale “from good sources”, but did not reveal anything further. “If Egypt would now...

    Trial Begins For Kazakh Citizen Suspected Of Fighting Alongside Separatists In Ukraine
    Oct24

    Trial Begins For Kazakh Citizen Suspected Of Fighting Alongside Separatists In Ukraine

    The trial of a Kazakh citizen suspected of fighting alongside Russia-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine started in Kazakhstan on October 24. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russia Says Proposal For Armed OSCE Ukraine Mission Still Vague
    Oct24

    Russia Says Proposal For Armed OSCE Ukraine Mission Still Vague

    Moscow supports the idea of creating an armed Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) police mission in eastern Ukraine but cast doubt that such a force could be formed soon. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine threaten to SCRAMBLE jets to passenger plane over fears of Russian spy on board
    Oct24

    Ukraine threaten to SCRAMBLE jets to passenger plane over fears of Russian spy on board

    UKRAINE threatened to scramble fighter planes to force the landing of a Boeing jet after Kiev became suspicious that “a suspected Russian spy” was fleeing the country with material that could threaten its national security. …read more Source:...

    The April nightmare may resume: Uwe Halbach
    Oct24

    The April nightmare may resume: Uwe Halbach

    “OSCE MG Co-Chairs have no other way out, than implementation of a hard power towards installation of investigative mechanisms in the contact line and on the border,” German analyst Uwe Halbach, specialized in the South Caucasus issues, told 168.am, reflecting to the Karabakh conflict settlement process. U.S. Co-Chair James Warlick stated in...

    No More NATO Expansion: U.S. Should Downsize Defense Commitments
    Oct24

    No More NATO Expansion: U.S. Should Downsize Defense Commitments

    NATO, the alliance informally known as North America and The Others, remains committed to expansion. Powerhouse Montenegro, with 2080 men in uniform, will be the next entrant. Other governments knocking at the alliance door include Finland, Georgia, and Serbia. Adding these states would violate the purpose of an organization intended to increase...

    Ukraine and the plight of the underdog: why Russian sanctions must remain
    Oct24

    Ukraine and the plight of the underdog: why Russian sanctions must remain

    As the crisis over Crimea heated up in 2014, former US President George W. Bush reminisced publicly on Russian President.. The post Ukraine and the plight of the underdog: why Russian sanctions must remain appeared first on Reaction. …read more Source:...