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    Eastern Angst: Brexit Vote Sends Jitters Through Countries On EU’s Fringe
    Jun24

    Eastern Angst: Brexit Vote Sends Jitters Through Countries On EU’s Fringe

    As Europe grapples with Britain’s decision to leave the EU, the bloc’s eastern partners are weighing the implications of a Brexit for their own countries. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine thanks Belarus for providing negotiation platform
    Jun24

    Ukraine thanks Belarus for providing negotiation platform

    “Ukrainians feel support in the world, particularly in Belarus. We are deeply grateful to Belarus for providing us with a negotiation platform. Belarus was the one to initiate the process of providing such a platform to the Normandy Four as well as platforms for monthly talks on fulfilling the Minsk agreements.” …read more Source:...

    Post-U.K. Europe Won’t Be Friendlier to Putin
    Jun24

    Post-U.K. Europe Won’t Be Friendlier to Putin

    The EU isn’t more likely to ease sanctions on Russia or become anti-American. …read more Source:...

    Putin’s Banker Works the Hill
    Jun24

    Putin’s Banker Works the Hill

    Andrey Kostin, the CEO of VTB, the largest Russian bank, 60.9 percent of which belongs to the Russian government, visited Washington DC earlier this week to meet with U.S. Congressmen and Obama Administration officials to discuss sanctions imposed on Russia, and VTB in particular.As TAI found out from a congressional aide familiar with the...

    Obama Isn’t Slowing China Down At All
    Jun24

    Obama Isn’t Slowing China Down At All

    Writing for the Washington Post, Josh Rogin isn’t a fan of President Obama’s Asia policy: The Obama administration has never been willing to use the big tools at its disposal — for example, economic sanctions — to confront Chinese maritime aggression, and there’s no sign that reluctance will change.“If there were economic...

    Brexit: Putin Takes a Swipe at Cameron After EU Leave Vote
    Jun24

    Brexit: Putin Takes a Swipe at Cameron After EU Leave Vote

    Hours after British Prime Minister David Cameron announced his resignation, after losing a referendum on Britain’s membership in the EU, Putin broke his silence on the referendum and took a swipe at Cameron. The outgoing British prime minister had previously said that a vote for Britain to exit the EU (know as a “Brexit”) would only benefit...

    Trudeau reaffirms close partnership between Canada and Ukraine
    Jun24

    Trudeau reaffirms close partnership between Canada and Ukraine

    PM announces his first official visit to Ukraine OTTAWA – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will make his first official visit to Ukraine next month, and will likely bring the same message he delivered to the Canada-Ukraine Business Forum in Toronto on June 20 that Canada remains “a staunch ally” of Ukraine. Mr. Trudeau told the […] …read more...

    Groysman urges West to keep sanctions  until Russia withdraws from Ukraine
    Jun24

    Groysman urges West to keep sanctions until Russia withdraws from Ukraine

    WASHINGTON – Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman urged Western governments to maintain tough sanctions on Russia until it withdraws its forces from eastern Ukraine and cedes control of Crimea, the Black Sea peninsula that Moscow seized from Kyiv in 2014. Speaking at the National Press Club in Washington on June 16, Mr. Groysman also...

    Ambassador-designate for Ukraine testifies before Senate committee
    Jun24

    Ambassador-designate for Ukraine testifies before Senate committee

    WASHINGTON – Speaking before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on June 21, Marie L. Yovanovitch, nominee for U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, stated that “more progress has been made in Ukraine in the past two years” than in the past 25 years of Ukraine’s renewed independence. She was one of three nominees for ambassadorial posts throughout...

    Rada approves language quotas for radio
    Jun24

    Rada approves language quotas for radio

    KYIV – Ukraine’s Parliament voted on June 16 to set quotas for Ukrainian language content on commercial radio, approving legislation that served as a compromise between two bills – one favored by radio lobbyists and the other by language activists – that were rejected two weeks earlier. The measure earned 268 votes and was strongly […]...