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    Spruds: political instability and corruption will continue in Ukraine
    Apr12

    Spruds: political instability and corruption will continue in Ukraine

    Following the resignation of Ukraine’s Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk, Ukraine has two possible development scenarios. Unfortunately, it is most likely that political instability and corruption will continue in the country, believes Director of Latvia’s Foreign Policy Institute Andris Spruds. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Martin Schulz: Brexit could trigger ‘implosion’ of EU
    Apr12

    Martin Schulz: Brexit could trigger ‘implosion’ of EU

    Martin Schulz, the president of the European Parliament, has warned of an “implosion of the EU” if Britain were to leave the European Union after the June 23 referendum. In an interview with German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung published on Tuesday, Schulz said that as a result of a Brexit other member countries will want “escape...

    Ukraine Referendum final vote tally published today
    Apr12

    Ukraine Referendum final vote tally published today

    The official results of the referendum on the association agreement between the EU and Ukraine will be published on Tuesday afternoon, starting at 4:00 p.m. The post Ukraine Referendum final vote tally published today appeared first on NL Times. …read more Source: NL...

    Freedom House: Economic Troubles Threaten Stability In Ex-Soviet ‘Dictatorships’
    Apr12

    Freedom House: Economic Troubles Threaten Stability In Ex-Soviet ‘Dictatorships’

    In a new report, Freedom House warns that economic woes are threatening the stability of “entrenched dictatorships” in the former Soviet Union, the migration crisis is fueling populism in Eastern Europe, and reforms in the Balkans are in retreat. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Crimean Tartar event hit by cyber attack in Lithuania
    Apr12

    Crimean Tartar event hit by cyber attack in Lithuania

    Lithuania’s parliamentary website came under cyber attack on Monday just as a special session of the World Congress of Crimean Tartars was meeting to… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine looks to new pro-EU government after PM quits
    Apr12

    Ukraine looks to new pro-EU government after PM quits

    Ukraine prepared on Tuesday to usher in a stable new pro-western government following the resignation of prime minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk over public anger with his seeming inability to fight government graft. Yatsenyuk’s resignation came 2 months after he survived a no-confidence vote in parliament. …read more Source: The Times of...

    Ukraine parliament seeks new PM
    Apr12

    Ukraine parliament seeks new PM

    Ukraine’s parliament is to try to vote in a replacement for Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk amid a growing sense of political crisis. …read more Source:...

    MH17: Ukraine police arrest man suspected of shooting chief investigator
    Apr12

    MH17: Ukraine police arrest man suspected of shooting chief investigator

    PETALING JAYA: Police in Ukraine have arrested a man over the shooting of the chief forensic expert in the MH17 investigations.According to report in Britain’s Independent, Oleksandr Ruvin, who is Ukraine’s most senior forensic scientist, was shot in the leg last year in an attack that the authorities suspect was connected to his part...

    Why Ukraine reformists yearn for change
    Apr12

    Why Ukraine reformists yearn for change

    Why Ukraine reformists are yearning for change …read more Source:...

    G7 reaffirms push for nuke-free world
    Apr12

    G7 reaffirms push for nuke-free world

    Hiroshima memorial stark reminder of our obligation to end threat of nuclear weapons — Kerry HIROSHIMA: US Secretary of State John Kerry yesterday called his visit to a memorial to victims of the 1945 US nuclear attack on Hiroshima “gut-wrenching” and said it was a reminder of the need to pursue a world free of nuclear weapons. The first US...