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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Activist threatened for opposing Ukraine city’s honoring of Nazi officer
    Oct14

    Activist threatened for opposing Ukraine city’s honoring of Nazi officer

    One of the threats made against Voroniak was on Facebook, where a user wrote to him: “Be afraid of your own shadow. Death to the enemies,” the news site reported. …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    Ukraine’s Education Law Specifically Targets Russian Language – Russian Senator
    Oct14

    Ukraine’s Education Law Specifically Targets Russian Language – Russian Senator

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Ukraine’s recently adopted education language law was initially aimed at violating the rights of the Russian-speaking minority, which is confirmed by the fact that EU member states’ languages have seen significant concessions, the chairman of the Russian parliament’s upper house’s Foreign Affairs...

    Is There a Crisis of Liberal Democracy?
    Oct13

    Is There a Crisis of Liberal Democracy?

    For two decades after the fall of the Berlin Wall, democracy enjoyed unprecedented global preeminence. In Europe and Asia, the most successful web of alliances in history, led by the United States, bonded the world’s liberal democracies, not only through common interests, but through deeply shared values as well. As a result, when the...

    EU: US has no right to terminate Iran accord
    Oct13

    EU: US has no right to terminate Iran accord

    The EU’s foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, said Friday that the United States had no right to unilaterally terminate the Iran nuclear accord. She called the agreement “effective” and said there had been “no violations of any of the commitments” in the deal. At a news conference at the European Commission’s Brussels...

    Opinion: A European slap for Ukraine’s language law
    Oct13

    Opinion: A European slap for Ukraine’s language law

    War and crisis have become the norm in Ukraine. The country is fighting for is existence in the the East. But Kyiv’s new language law has unnecessarily created new enemies in the West, says DW’s Christian F. Trippe. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Hungary threatens Ukraine’s EU ties over new education law
    Oct13

    Hungary threatens Ukraine’s EU ties over new education law

    Ukraine’s new education law aims to boost the role of the country’s official language. Neighbors say that it threatens minority rights. Hungary is attacking Kyiv – threatening to block its rapprochement with the EU. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Turkey closed its ports to ships from Crimea
    Oct13

    Turkey closed its ports to ships from Crimea

    …read more Source: Panorama.am

    Ukraine government warns of another cyber attack in the works that could hit the country infrastructure
    Oct13

    Ukraine government warns of another cyber attack in the works that could hit the country infrastructure

    Ukraine’s state security service SBU and the state-run CERT said the attack could take place 13-17 October when Ukraine celebrates Defender of Ukraine Day. The post Ukraine government warns of another cyber attack in the works that could hit the country infrastructure appeared first on Firstpost. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine bans Russian banknote with Crimea image (AFP)
    Oct13

    Ukraine bans Russian banknote with Crimea image (AFP)

    Kiev (AFP) – Ukraine said on Friday it was banning a new Russian banknote showing an image of the Crimean peninsula that Moscow annexed in 2014. …read more Source: The West...

    Conditions developing for a Third World War
    Oct13

    Conditions developing for a Third World War

    Almost 150 days after the inauguration of President Trump one thing is now clear that era of American hegemony in international relations is now over. America is uncertain about many key foreign policy decisions & sending ambiguous message to allies; Trump administration is burdened with investigation into collusion with Russia to win...