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    Obama Tells Putin Ukraine Peace Deal Must Be Respected: US
    Feb22

    Obama Tells Putin Ukraine Peace Deal Must Be Respected: US

    US President Barack Obama insisted on Monday in a telephone call with Russian leader Vladimir Putin on the need to respect the Minsk peace accords in eastern Ukraine, the White House said. …read more Source:...

    Korea and NATO: rising to the Northeast Asian and global challenges
    Feb22

    Korea and NATO: rising to the Northeast Asian and global challenges

    The following keynote speech was delivered on February 11, 2016, at the Security Talks at the Prince Carl Palace event in Munich, Germany. State Minister Huber, Ambassador Scharioth, Ambassador Ischinger, Distinguished guests, Ladies and gentlemen, Good evening, and thank you for the warm welcome and introduction. I am truly privileged to address...

    The Western Pragmatists Explain Russia
    Feb22

    The Western Pragmatists Explain Russia

    Editor’s Note: How do Russia and the West see one another? What are the experts’ views on the confrontation between Russia and the West? How do the pundits explain the Russo-Ukrainian war and Russia’s Syrian gambit? What are the roots of the mythology about Russia in the West, and why has the West failed to predict and...

    Jamala will represent Ukraine at Eurovision
    Feb22

    Jamala will represent Ukraine at Eurovision

    Ukrainians have chosen a Crimean Tatar singer and her song about the mass deportation of Tatars under Josef Stalin as the country’s entry for this year’s Eurovision song contest. …read more Source: Ukrainian Diaspora in Canada and...

    Documentary ‘Winter on Fire’ Captures Searing Images of Pro-democracy Protests in Ukraine
    Feb22

    Documentary ‘Winter on Fire’ Captures Searing Images of Pro-democracy Protests in Ukraine

    In the Oscar-nominated documentary “Winter on Fire,” filmmaker Evgeny Afineevsky chronicles the massive 2013-14 mobilization of one million Ukrainians against a corrupt political regime and their bloody clashes with the police. VOA’s Penelope Poulou has more. …read more Source: Voice of...

    “Unfolding of the Kremlin Spy Network in the post-Soviet Space may be Decisive”: Sharashenidze
    Feb22

    “Unfolding of the Kremlin Spy Network in the post-Soviet Space may be Decisive”: Sharashenidze

    “The only country, which may neutralize Russian influence in the post-Soviet space, is the USA,” said Tornike Sharashenidze, Georgian politician, professor, head of the MA program of International Affairs at Georgian Institute of Public Affairs, in an interview with 168.am, reflecting the draft bill on revealing Russian agents in the post-Soviet...

    France, Germany push Ukraine to implement reforms
    Feb22

    France, Germany push Ukraine to implement reforms

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    Ukraine at ‘critical juncture,’ EU says
    Feb22

    Ukraine at ‘critical juncture,’ EU says

    BRUSSELS: Ukraine’s renewed political crisis has left the country at a “critical juncture” but Kiev must stick to necessary reforms, the European Union said on Monday after Kiev’s ruling coalition last week lost its majority in the parliament. “We believe that at this critical juncture it is essential that the country’s...

    German and French foreign ministers urge Ukraine to push reform program
    Feb22

    German and French foreign ministers urge Ukraine to push reform program

    The foreign ministers of France and Germany have urged Ukraine to continue its program of reforms and to fight against corruption. The ministers are making a joint trip to Kyiv ahead of talks with Russia next week. …read more Source:...

    How One Ukrainian Teenager Declared War on Post-Traumatic Stress
    Feb22

    How One Ukrainian Teenager Declared War on Post-Traumatic Stress

    KYIV, Ukraine—Ivona Kostyna couldn’t leave the war even if she wanted to. It was December 2014 and, at age 18, the civilian volunteer was delivering supplies to Ukrainian troops stationed in the front-line town of Debaltseve. Her car broke down, and in the six days it took to make repairs she lived among the soldiers. They were hunkered...