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    Groysman struggles to form Ukraine team
    Apr12

    Groysman struggles to form Ukraine team

    Days of horse-trading hamper agreement but Oleksandr Danyliuk emerges as possible finance minister …read more Source: Financial...

    The rapid rise of Ukraine’s Volodymyr Hroisman
    Apr12

    The rapid rise of Ukraine’s Volodymyr Hroisman

    Volodymyr Hroisman will likely become the new prime minister of Ukraine following Arseniy Yatsenyuk’s resignation. The young politician’s rapid rise is a result of his close relationship to President Petro Poroshenko. …read more Source:...

    The rapid rise of Ukraine’s Volodymyr Hroisman
    Apr12

    The rapid rise of Ukraine’s Volodymyr Hroisman

    Volodymyr Hroisman will likely become the new prime minister of Ukraine following Arseniy Yatsenyuk’s resignation. The young politician’s rapid rise is a result of his close relationship to President Petro Poroshenko. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine fails to agree new pro-EU cabinet after PM quits
    Apr12

    Ukraine fails to agree new pro-EU cabinet after PM quits

    KIEV, Ukraine – Ukraine’s parliament on Tuesday, April 12, postponed a vote to approve embattled Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk’s resignation as furious backroom battles raged over the makeup of a new pro-EU government. The latest twist in the ex-Soviet state’s volatile political drama came when the man tipped to succeed...

    Representatives of NATO, Russia to meet since ties strained over Ukraine
    Apr12

    Representatives of NATO, Russia to meet since ties strained over Ukraine

    Representatives of NATO and Russia are set to hold a formal meeting for the first time since ties between the two sides strained in 2014 over the crisis in Ukraine. …read more Source: Iran...

    Pole becomes head of Ukrainian railway
    Apr12

    Pole becomes head of Ukrainian railway

    Wojciech Balczun has won an open competition for the position of the head of the Ukrainian state railway operator, Ukrzaliznycia, the minister of development and trade Aivaras Abromaviczius informed. “Wojciech is still young, but he was successful as the president of Poland’s biggest companies,” said Abromaviczius. The 46-year-old was the...

    Report: Migrant Crisis, Authoritarianism Threaten Stability in Central Europe, Eurasia
    Apr12

    Report: Migrant Crisis, Authoritarianism Threaten Stability in Central Europe, Eurasia

    The migrant crisis, serious economic problems, and Russia’s return to authoritarianism are threatening the stability of governments in Central Europe and Eurasia, and the existence of the European Union. That is the message of “Nations in Transit 2016,” the latest annual survey of democratic governance from Central Europe to...

    [Ticker] Nato and Russia to meet on 20 April
    Apr12

    [Ticker] Nato and Russia to meet on 20 April

    The Nato-Russia Council will meet on 20 April for the first time since relations were suspended after Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014. “It is not a return to business as usual, but we do need dialogue,” a Nato spokeswoman was quoted as saying by Reuters. …read more Source:...

    Dutch vote against EU-Ukraine treaty – final result (Reuters)
    Apr12

    Dutch vote against EU-Ukraine treaty – final result (Reuters)

    AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Dutch voters rejected the Ukraine-EU treaty by a large margin in a nonbinding referendum held last week, according to the final results published by the country’s Election Commis… …read more Source: The West...

    Italy’s Reformist Prime Minister Is the Type of Leader Europe Needs
    Apr12

    Italy’s Reformist Prime Minister Is the Type of Leader Europe Needs

    At a time when the European project is at a standstill due to successive crises that have triggered nationalist pushes throughout the European Union, political ideologues and forecasters struggle to predict what awaits, or give a clear path that would enable Europeans to feel inclined to take the experiment further. One element they seem to agree...