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    Hrushevsky Translation Project Produces Volume 3 of “History of Ukraine-Rus’”
    Jan13

    Hrushevsky Translation Project Produces Volume 3 of “History of Ukraine-Rus’”

    EDMONTON-TORONTO – The Peter Jacyk Center for Ukrainian Historical Research of the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, University of Alberta, and CIUS Press announced the publication of a new volume of Mykhailo Hrushevsky’s “History of Ukraine-Rus’.” The new English-language Volume 3, like the eight volumes previously published...

    2016: In U.S.-Ukraine relations: concerns about war, corruption
    Jan13

    2016: In U.S.-Ukraine relations: concerns about war, corruption

    Questionable words uttered by President Barack Obama put Ukraine in the news in the United States at the beginning of the year. In his State of the Union address on January 12, speaking about threats faced by the U.S. and the world, Mr. Obama said: “Even as their economy severely contracts, Russia is pouring resources […] …read more Source:...

    Blocking China from islands means ‘war’
    Jan13

    Blocking China from islands means ‘war’

    CHINA’S state-run media warned the United States on Friday there would be war if it moved to block China’s access to islands in the contested West Philippine Sea (South China Sea). “Unless Washington plans to wage a large-scale war in the South China Sea, any other approaches to prevent Chinese access to the islands will be foolish,”...

    Donald Trump backing EU breakup would be ‘lunacy’: ambassador
    Jan13

    Donald Trump backing EU breakup would be ‘lunacy’: ambassador

    Brussels, Jan 13: The Donald Trump administration would be committing “sheer folly” if it supports the European Union’s breakup, as it appears to be doing, the departing US ambassador to the EU warned today. Anthony Gardner, who is leaving his Brussels post after three years, said the US president-elect’s transition team had been...

    Ukraine freeze kills 40 people in two weeks (AFP)
    Jan13

    Ukraine freeze kills 40 people in two weeks (AFP)

    Kiev (AFP) – Sub-zero temperatures across Ukraine have claimed 40 lives since late December, officials said Friday as the death toll from the cold snap hitting Europe keeps rising. …read more Source: The West...

    Canadian navy ship returns to port following six-month NATO deployment
    Jan13

    Canadian navy ship returns to port following six-month NATO deployment

    HALIFAX — Family members and friends lined a dock on the Halifax waterfront Friday to welcome the return of a Royal Canadian Navy ship following a six-month deployment overseas. HMCS Charlottetown pulled into port on a clear, mild day after a stint with NATO forces in the Mediterranean and Black seas as part of Op Reassurance — Canada’s...

    Swedish institute accuses Russia of spreading ‘fake news’
    Jan13

    Swedish institute accuses Russia of spreading ‘fake news’

    DUBLIN // A leading foreign affairs institute in Stockholm has accused Russia of spreading fake news, propaganda and disinformation in an effort to shrink Nato’s influence in the region. In a paper published in the Journal of Strategic Studies, researchers from the Swedish Institute of International Affairs said a “wide array of...

    US Secretary of State pick could talk his way into  war – Chinese media
    Jan13

    US Secretary of State pick could talk his way into war – Chinese media

    BEIJING: Prospective US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson better watch his mouth, angry Chinese media said yesterday, warning Donald Trump’s nominee that his threats to block China in the South China Sea are fighting words. The comments came after the former ExxonMobil CEO told US senators that he would seek to deny Beijing access to the...

    Germany to allot 2.3 million euros to Ukraine for humanitarian programs
    Jan13

    Germany to allot 2.3 million euros to Ukraine for humanitarian programs

    …read more Source: NEWS.am

    Fake or foul, Donald Trump dossier serves Kremlin’s aims
    Jan13

    Fake or foul, Donald Trump dossier serves Kremlin’s aims

    MOSCOW — The reaction in Russia to allegations in a U.S. intelligence report about the Kremlin, U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and reportedly lurid video footage can probably best be described as a Slavic shrug. The unverified claims — the most explosive of which is that Russian intelligence secretly recorded sexual...