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    The Obama Doctrine and Ukraine
    Mar16

    The Obama Doctrine and Ukraine

    Steven Pifer, John Herbst Politics, Eurasia Has Washington done enough to support Kyiv? In an interview with Jeffrey Goldberg of the Atlantic, President Obama laid out key elements of his approach to foreign policy. There is much in it with which one can agree. “Don’t do stupid s——” makes sense as an axiom of foreign policy—or of any...

    Man City ease into last eight after Kiev stalemate
    Mar16

    Man City ease into last eight after Kiev stalemate

    Manchester City kept a lifeless Dynamo Kiev in check to reach the quarter-finals of the Champions League for the first time on Tuesday with a 0-0 draw that came at an injury cost for Manuel Pellegrini’s men. …read more Source:...

    Manchester City 0 Dynamo Kiev 0 (3-1 agg): Kompany, Otamendi injuries sour City progress
    Mar15

    Manchester City 0 Dynamo Kiev 0 (3-1 agg): Kompany, Otamendi injuries sour City progress

    Kompany handed Manchester City a fresh injury worry against Dynamo Kiev Manchester City made it to the Champions League quarter-finals for the first time thanks to a goalless draw against Dynamo Kiev, but they were left to count the cost of injuries to captain Vincent Kompany and Nicolas Otamendi. Having won the first leg 3-1 in Kiev, City were...

    Manchester City 0-0 Dynamo Kiev (Agg 3-1): City progress to quarterfinals
    Mar15

    Manchester City 0-0 Dynamo Kiev (Agg 3-1): City progress to quarterfinals

    Manchester City are into the quarterfinals of the Champions League after a 0-0 draw (More to Follow) Tags: Manchester CityDynamo KyivChampions LeagueHeineken …read more Source: Loop News...

    Dropping visa requirement ‘first step’ toward repairing Mexico-Canada relations, ambassador says
    Mar15

    Dropping visa requirement ‘first step’ toward repairing Mexico-Canada relations, ambassador says

    Mexico and Canada are getting back on track, according to Mexico’s newly arrived ambassador. “This new (Canadian) government is adamant to have a strategic partnership with Mexico and to revamp its relationship on all realms, not only on the bilateral front, but it has the same principles on multilateral front,” said Agustin Garcia-Lopez,...

    Man City lose Kompany, Otamendi to injury
    Mar15

    Man City lose Kompany, Otamendi to injury

    MANCHESTER (UNITED KINGDOM) – Centre-backs Vincent Kompany and Nicolas Otamendi were forced off by injury inside 23 minutes as Manchester City made a calamitous start to Tuesday’s Champions League meeting with Dynamo Kiev. …read more Source: Bangkok...

    Ukraine Parliament Passes Anticorruption Legislation
    Mar15

    Ukraine Parliament Passes Anticorruption Legislation

    Ukrainian lawmakers have approved an anticorruption bill establishing public oversight over the assets of both senior and lower-level officials and their relatives. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    In Ukraine a War Rages on, and America Should Care
    Mar15

    In Ukraine a War Rages on, and America Should Care

    One March 13, Ukrainian military outposts were attacked 71 times by Russian backed militants in the fiercely contested Eastern region of Ukraine. While this battle between Russia and Ukraine rages on, the headlines have slowed to a trickle. With all the other major conflicts and crisis in the world, not to mention a heated political season here...

    Top U.S. Official: Ukraine Reforms Endangered By Oligarchs Fighting Back
    Mar15

    Top U.S. Official: Ukraine Reforms Endangered By Oligarchs Fighting Back

    Victoria Nuland, assistant secretary of state for European аnd Eurasian Affairs, has warned that, if efforts to liberalize the economy and fight endemic graft fail, Ukraine “risks sliding backwards once again into corruption, into lawlessness, into vassal statehood.” …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine’s ‘Great Wall’ With Russia to Start Building in Weeks
    Mar15

    Ukraine’s ‘Great Wall’ With Russia to Start Building in Weeks

    Ukraine will begin building a wall on its easternmost border with Russia, the governor of the war stricken Luhansk region told the country’s Channel 5. Since last February a tense ceasefire in Ukraine’s eastern Donetsk and Luhansk regions has neared a collapse several times, but has largely held. In 2014 Ukraine’s Prime Minister...