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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Europe’s Pseudo-Solidarité
    Aug01

    Europe’s Pseudo-Solidarité

    As the tug-o-war pulling apart Europe’s political, social and economic cohesion plays out on the fringes — with the improbable Brexit vote on one side and the failed coup in Turkey on the other — forced solidarity is being called into question by an increasing number of once loyal countries. The once minuscule cracks in the...

    The Ukrainian State Treaty: An Offer Putin Can’t Refuse
    Aug01

    The Ukrainian State Treaty: An Offer Putin Can’t Refuse

    Why a 1955 neutrality agreement might be the perfect model for a strategic and successful deal between Moscow, Washington, and Kiev. …read more Source: Foreign...

    Donald Trump: If I’m Elected, Vladimir Putin Is Not Going Into Ukraine
    Aug01

    Donald Trump: If I’m Elected, Vladimir Putin Is Not Going Into Ukraine

    U.S. presidential hopeful Donald Trump has issued a cryptic message to Russia, promising that if he is elected then Vladimir Putin will not go “into Ukraine.” In an interview with U.S. broadcaster ABC that aired over the weekend, Trump was asked about Putin’s presence in Ukraine. He replied: “He’s not going to go into Ukraine,...

    The Hill’s 12:30 Report
    Aug01

    The Hill’s 12:30 Report

    Backlash over Trump’s remarks about Khan family; Poll shows Clinton up; Trump in hot water on Ukraine. …read more Source: The...

    Now Trump insists he meant he can stop Russia from crushing Ukraine in the FUTURE
    Aug01

    Now Trump insists he meant he can stop Russia from crushing Ukraine in the FUTURE

    Donald Trump was clobbered for appearing not to know Russia has already invaded Ukraine, but he tweeted on Monday that he meant he could stop Putin from advancing past Crimea in the future. …read more Source: Big News...

    Why Can’t Hillary Clinton Stop Lying?
    Aug01

    Why Can’t Hillary Clinton Stop Lying?

    This is a note to Clinton Democrats—a desperate plea, actually. Your candidate staged a winning convention in Philadelphia: big stars, tight messaging, and a compelling case against her rival, Donald Trump.The Republican nominee followed up by smearing a war hero’s family, revealing his ignorance about Russia’s incursions into...

    Crimea ‘would rather be with Russia,’ says Trump
    Aug01

    Crimea ‘would rather be with Russia,’ says Trump

    The Republican presidential nominee has suggested he would consider recognizing Russia’s claims in Crimea. Critics slammed Trump’s comment, saying it would mark a policy flip on the internationally-condemned annexation. …read more Source:...

    Crimea ‘would rather be with Russia,’ says Trump
    Aug01

    Crimea ‘would rather be with Russia,’ says Trump

    The Republican presidential nominee has suggested he would consider recognizing Russia’s claims in Crimea. Critics slammed Trump’s comment, saying it would mark a policy flip on the internationally-condemned annexation. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    U.S. and Ukraine Troops Join NATO Baltic Artillery Drill
    Aug01

    U.S. and Ukraine Troops Join NATO Baltic Artillery Drill

    U.S. and Ukrainian troops will join Baltic allies for two weeks of artillery drills in Lithuania from Tuesday. Military drills by NATO allies in Eastern Europe and the Baltic have increased in significance since Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine in 2014, shocking many former Communist states by how quickly Moscow was able to mobilize a force and...

    The DNC Hack Is Just One Instance of the Kremlin Meddling in Western Politics
    Aug01

    The DNC Hack Is Just One Instance of the Kremlin Meddling in Western Politics

    MOSCOW — The Democratic National Convention was in scandal last week after WikiLeaks released thousands of hacked emails between DNC members, showing what many believed to be corruption in the party’s inner workings. The leak led to the resignation of the party’s chairwoman and a lot of bad press for Hillary Clinton, but while...