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    Ukraine’s Sentsov ‘Victim Of Vindictive System,’ Says European Filmmaker
    Jul14

    Ukraine’s Sentsov ‘Victim Of Vindictive System,’ Says European Filmmaker

    Russia’s politically charged imprisonment of Crimean film director Oleh Sentsov has outraged critics as a perceived effort to suppress dissent on the Ukrainian peninsula following its forceful annexat …read more Source: Big News...

    NATO-Russia talks ‘not a meeting of the minds,’ says alliance chief
    Jul13

    NATO-Russia talks ‘not a meeting of the minds,’ says alliance chief

    Talks between NATO and Russia in Warsaw on Wednesday were “an important opportunity to clarify our position,” the alliance’s secretary-general said. Jens Stoltenberg said they discussed a range of issues at the rare talks, including the Ukraine crisis and the stationing of NATO troops in the Baltic states and in Poland. But he cautioned...

    NATO-Russia Hybrid War will be Launched on the Very Territory, where New NATO Forces will Appear: Vitali Portnikov
    Jul13

    NATO-Russia Hybrid War will be Launched on the Very Territory, where New NATO Forces will Appear: Vitali Portnikov

    “NATO doesn’t properly assess Putin’s reflection like it used to. Baltic countries and Poland may become other fronts of hybrid war, as Ukraine is not Putin’s goal,” Vitali Portnikov, Ukrainian analyst wrote in his article published on glavnoe.ua, concluding the results of NATO Summit. According to him Ukrainian observers,...

    Ukrainian President visits Azerbaijan
    Jul13

    Ukrainian President visits Azerbaijan

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has today arrived in Azerbaijan. …read more Source:...

    Does Canada’s decision to cut off Ukraine from satellite data show a shift in relations?
    Jul13

    Does Canada’s decision to cut off Ukraine from satellite data show a shift in relations?

    The federal government has confirmed Canada is no longer providing the Ukrainian military access to satellite imagery used for high-resolution surveillance, which one expert says is a sign of a possible shift in Canada-Ukraine relations. In 2015, the Harper government revealed it was sharing information from Canada’s RADARSAT-2 with the...

    New UK prime minister May names Philip Hammond as Chancellor
    Jul13

    New UK prime minister May names Philip Hammond as Chancellor

    Philip Hammond, who until earlier on Wednesday was Britain’s Foreign Secretary, has succeeded George Osborne as Chancellor in the government being formed by new Prime Minister Theresa May to take Britain out of the European Union. Osborne – Chancellor since 2010 and a close ally of David Cameron who formally stepped down as prime minister...

    Can NATO Defend the Baltics?
    Jul13

    Can NATO Defend the Baltics?

    The Baltic States of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania occupy a special place in Russian foreign-policy thinking and practice. The only post-Soviet states to secure NATO and EU membership, they are regular whipping boys of the Russian Foreign Ministry for alleged discrimination against ethnic Russians and supposed glorification of fascism. In public...

    Moldova Whistleblower Exposes ‘Bank Robbery of the Century,’ Raises IMF Questions
    Jul13

    Moldova Whistleblower Exposes ‘Bank Robbery of the Century,’ Raises IMF Questions

    As the West develops its strategy to deal with a resurgent Russia, more must be done to focus on the so-called gray areas lying between the Euro-Atlantic community and Russia: Georgia, Ukraine, and Moldova. These countries, while not in NATO or the EU, strive to join these organizations someday. Russia is doing all it can to prevent this from...

    Stoltenberg: NATO-Russia Council Remains Important Forum for Dialogue
    Jul13

    Stoltenberg: NATO-Russia Council Remains Important Forum for Dialogue

    Following the meeting of the NATO-Russia Council on Wednesday, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg highlighted the importance of the political dialogue between the Alliance and Moscow. The meeting discussed some of the most important issues on the Euro-Atlantic security agenda, NATO’s press service informs. The main focus was on the...

    NATO, Russia Still Disagree On Ukraine But Consider Baltic Safety Measures
    Jul13

    NATO, Russia Still Disagree On Ukraine But Consider Baltic Safety Measures

    NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says that NATO and Russia remain at loggerheads over Ukraine but are considering a proposal to lessen the risk of accidental military confrontations in Baltic airspace. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...