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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Delo ponders on Ukraine’s misfortune
    Apr13

    Delo ponders on Ukraine’s misfortune

    The Ukrainians are indeed an unfortunate nation, the daily Delo says on Wednesday commenting on the failure of former Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk to deliver on his Euromaidan promises. …read more Source:...

    Lithuania Blacklists 46 for Their Role in Savchenko Trial
    Apr13

    Lithuania Blacklists 46 for Their Role in Savchenko Trial

    Lithuania blacklisted several dozen Russians and Ukrainians for their role in the detention and sentencing of the Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko and two other Ukrainians, Lithuania’s foreign minister said Tuesday. Ukraine expanded sanctions against Russia last month after a Russian court found Savchenko, 34, guilty of complicity in the...

    OSCE Troika urges conflicting sides to end all violence, says there can be no military solution to Karabakh conflict
    Apr13

    OSCE Troika urges conflicting sides to end all violence, says there can be no military solution to Karabakh conflict

    Berlin, 12 April 2016 – The OSCE Chairperson-in-Office and German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier welcomed Serbia’s and Austria’s Foreign Ministers Ivica Dačić and Sebastian Kurz as well as the OSCE Secretary General Lamberto Zannier for an OSCE Troika meeting in Berlin today. The members of the OSCE Troika discussed recent...

    Voters Are Rejecting the EU’s Hubris
    Apr13

    Voters Are Rejecting the EU’s Hubris

    E. Wayne Merry Politics, Europe The Dutch were wise to push back Brussels’s heavy hand in Ukraine. In its “advisory referendum” on the European Union’s association agreement with Ukraine, the Dutch electorate rejected this foray beyond the EU’s frontiers while manifesting general unease about where the EU is heading....

    Ukraine: The President’s Offshore Tax Plan
    Apr13

    Ukraine: The President’s Offshore Tax Plan

    When Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko ran for the top office in 2014, he promised voters he would sell Roshen, Ukraine’s largest candy business, so he could devote his full attention to running the country. …read more Source:...

    Nato set for first   formal talks with   Russia in 2 years
    Apr12

    Nato set for first formal talks with Russia in 2 years

    BRUSSELS: Nato will hold its first formal talks with Russia in nearly two years on April 20 to discuss the Ukraine crisis and other security issues, the US-led military alliance said on Tuesday. “The date has been mutually agreed,” a Nato spokeswoman said, adding: “It is good to talk but it cannot be a return to business as usual.” Alliance head...

    Dutch voters spurn pact with Kiev
    Apr12

    Dutch voters spurn pact with Kiev

    Result hailed across the continent, especially by Russia. …read more Source: Daily...

    What’s America’s Proper Place in the World Economy?
    Apr12

    What’s America’s Proper Place in the World Economy?

    A statue of Alexander Hamilton, the first Secretary of the Treasury, in front of the Treasury Department in Washington Evan Vucci / APWhat would “a bastard, orphan, son of a whore and a Scotsman, dropped in the middle of a forgotten spot in the Caribbean by Providence, impoverished, in squalor … the 10-dollar Founding Father without a father”...

    Ukraine’s Meat Grinder Is Back in Business
    Apr12

    Ukraine’s Meat Grinder Is Back in Business

    The latest bloody fighting in eastern Ukraine shows that talk of a “frozen conflict” is premature. …read more Source: Foreign...

    Lithuania blacklists Russian officials over Ukraine pilot case
    Apr12

    Lithuania blacklists Russian officials over Ukraine pilot case

    Lithuania on Tuesday said it had blacklisted dozens of Russian officials responsible for jailing a hunger-striking Ukrainian military pilot in a case that drew sharp condemnation from the West. …read more Source: The Daily...