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    EU extends sanctions over Ukraine crisis
    Mar14

    EU extends sanctions over Ukraine crisis

    Sanctions were first introduced in March 2014 after Russia annexed Crimea …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Eurovision in Ukraine: Russian entry causes controversy
    Mar14

    Eurovision in Ukraine: Russian entry causes controversy

    The conflict between Kiev and Moscow looks set to enter a new arena after Russia announced its musical entry for this year’s Eurovision song contest. …read more Source:...

    Trump’s Jekyll and Hyde Foreign Policy
    Mar14

    Trump’s Jekyll and Hyde Foreign Policy

    “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel of 1886, tells the story of the seemingly virtuous Dr. Henry Jekyll who drinks a serum that transforms him into Mr. Edward Hyde so he is free to indulge his vices without fear of discovery. Donald Trump was elected as the Mr. Hyde of American foreign policy,...

    European Nato defence spending slightly higher
    Mar13

    European Nato defence spending slightly higher

    Defence spending by European Nato states inched up for the first time in seven years in 2016, the military alliance said yesterday, but still remained below the threshold the new US President Donald Trump said was crucial to achieve.Trump made North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Nato) states in Europe nervous when he criticised the alliance as...

    Democrats Flip-Flop On Russia
    Mar13

    Democrats Flip-Flop On Russia

    In 2012, Democrats laughed at the idea of Russia being the number one geopolitical foe of the United States. Four years later, Democrats have launched a new era of McCarthyism. When 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney said that Russia was the United States’s number one geopolitical foe, the Obama administration and Democrats...

    Russia, Ukraine spat over Eurovision entry
    Mar13

    Russia, Ukraine spat over Eurovision entry

    MOSCOW: Russia has announced its entry for the Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev, stirring controversy in Ukraine on Monday as it emerged the singer has performed in Moscow-annexed Crimea. Channel One state television on Sunday evening announced that 27-year-old Yuliya Samoilova will represent the country in May with an upbeat ballad called “Flame...

    Opinion: Russia makes smart move for Eurovision
    Mar13

    Opinion: Russia makes smart move for Eurovision

    A wheelchair-bound singer is Russia’s Eurovision contestant in Kyiv. Ukraine should welcome her, writes Andreas Brenner. …read more Source:...

    US man facing allegations of Nazi war crimes in Poland
    Mar13

    US man facing allegations of Nazi war crimes in Poland

    WARSAW — Poland will seek the arrest and extradition of a Minnesota man exposed by the Associated Press as a former commander in an SS-led unit that burned Polish villages and killed civilians in World War II, prosecutors said Monday. Prosecutor Robert Janicki said evidence gathered over years of investigation into U.S. citizen Michael K....

    Opinion: Russia makes smart move for Eurovision
    Mar13

    Opinion: Russia makes smart move for Eurovision

    A wheelchair-bound singer is Russia’s Eurovision contestant in Kyiv. Ukraine should welcome her, writes Andreas Brenner. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine threatens to block Russian singer from Eurovision as Crimea conflict looms over the competion
    Mar13