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    New war college institute zeroes in on maritime Russia
    Sep02

    New war college institute zeroes in on maritime Russia

    The U.S. Naval War College has opened a new institute to zero in on Russia’s approach to maritime issues as that country continues to assert itself in Ukraine, Syria and elsewhere. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Czech Foreign Ministry vows to close “representative centre” of Donetsk
separatists
    Sep02

    Czech Foreign Ministry vows to close “representative centre” of Donetsk separatists

    Russia-backed separatists from Ukraine’s eastern Donetsk region attempted to establish an official representation in the Czech Republic on Thursday, opening a mock consulate in Ostrava which was described as the “the first official representation in the EU” of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic. The move...

    How to manufacture a war
    Sep02

    How to manufacture a war

    Before the guns of April, came the protests of February and March. Before the armed conflict, came the unarmed uprisings. Before there was a war in the Donbas, there was the so-called Russian Spring. There has long been scant doubt about the Kremlin’s deep involvement in – and instigation of – the war in Ukraine’s […] …read more...

    American Chamber of Commerce president  sees its role as moving Ukraine forward
    Sep02

    American Chamber of Commerce president sees its role as moving Ukraine forward

    KYIV – Andy Hunder is so busy these days that he has to cancel his attendance at ribbon-cutting ceremonies for new factories or offices that foreign companies are opening in Ukraine. On July 1, Mr. Hunder, the president of the country’s American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham), couldn’t attend a door-opening event for the network...

    Leaders, protesters demand release of Crimean Tatar activist
    Sep02

    Leaders, protesters demand release of Crimean Tatar activist

    KYIV – Ukrainian leaders, Human Rights Watch and protesters in Kyiv called for the release of a Crimean Tatar activist who was forced into a psychiatric hospital in Russia-annexed Crimea. Ukrainian Foreign Affairs Minister Pavlo Klimkin compared Ilmi Umerov’s detention to the Soviet-era practice of holding dissidents in psychiatric...

    France, Germany trying to revive Ukraine talks: ministers
    Sep02

    France, Germany trying to revive Ukraine talks: ministers

    France and Germany Friday said they were doing everything possible to revive Ukraine peace talks with Kiev and Moscow, even if Russian President Vladimir Putin was reluctant. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Kerry on Ukraine’s Independence Day
    Sep02

    Kerry on Ukraine’s Independence Day

    Following is the text of the press statement “On the Occasion of Ukraine’s National Day” issued by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on August 24. On behalf of President Obama and the American people, I offer my warmest congratulations to the people of Ukraine as you observe the 25th anniversary of your independence on […] …read more...

    Ukraine celebrates with military parade in Kyiv
    Sep02

    Ukraine celebrates with military parade in Kyiv

    …read more Source: The Ukrainian...

    State Service for Food Safety of Armenia bans pork imports from Ukraine
    Sep02

    State Service for Food Safety of Armenia bans pork imports from Ukraine

    The decision aims preventing the dissemination of African swine fever recorded in Ukraine into Armenia. …read more Source:...

    New USUF initiative supports small business in Ukraine
    Sep02

    New USUF initiative supports small business in Ukraine

    WASHINGTON – The U.S.-Ukraine Foundation (USUF) has signed a memorandum of cooperation with the Business Community Club (BCC), a Ukrainian national small-business association headquartered in Lviv. The project aims to support small business development in Ukraine by deepening communication and cooperation between U.S. small businesses (including...