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    Italy’s Ex-PM Comes to Crimea to Meet With Old Friend Putin
    Sep11

    Italy’s Ex-PM Comes to Crimea to Meet With Old Friend Putin

    Italy’s ex-PM comes to Russia-occupied Crimea to meet with old friend President Vladimir Putin …read more Source: ABC...

    Italy’s ex-PM comes to Crimea to meet with old friend Putin
    Sep11

    Italy’s ex-PM comes to Crimea to meet with old friend Putin

    MOSCOW (AP) — Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is visiting Russia-occupied Crimea in a sign of symbolic support of his close… …read more Source:...

    Italy’s ex-PM comes to Russia-occupied Crimea to meet with old friend President Vladimir Putin
    Sep11

    Italy’s ex-PM comes to Russia-occupied Crimea to meet with old friend President Vladimir Putin

    Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is visiting Russia-occupied Crimea in a sign of symbolic support of his close friend, Russian President Vladimir Putin. …read more Source: FOX...

    Talking Points: On recessions and progressions
    Sep11

    Talking Points: On recessions and progressions

    Baby! The endangered orca population of Sooke, B.C., welcomed a fifth calf to the family; in 40 years, only 35 of 122 born to the pod have survived(Dave Ellifrit/Center for Whale Research/CP) Need an answer for that? Trying to look like the smartest person at the dinner party? Our Talking Points have you covered. Read our short takes on some of...

    Italy’s Berlusconi Visits Russia-Annexed Crimea
    Sep11

    Italy’s Berlusconi Visits Russia-Annexed Crimea

    Former Italian Prime Minister Sylvio Berlusconi has arrived in the Ukrainian Black Sea region of Crimea, which was annexed by Russia in March 2014, for a “private visit.” …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    East Ukraine Russia Conflict: Meet The Georgian Soldier Who Can’t Stop Fighting Moscow
    Sep11

    East Ukraine Russia Conflict: Meet The Georgian Soldier Who Can’t Stop Fighting Moscow

    When Mamuka Mamulashvili was 14 years old, he’d already fought in a war, been shot in the leg and spent three months inside a Russian military cell where he was tortured every day and survived on nothing more than bread and water. Suffering 20 bone fractures at the hands of his brutal prison wardens and losing nearly 50 percent of his body...

    The Daily Vertical: Putin’s New Hybrid War
    Sep11

    The Daily Vertical: Putin’s New Hybrid War

    The Daily Vertical is a video primer for Russia-watchers that appears Monday through Friday. Viewers can suggest topics via Twitter @PowerVertical or on the Power Vertical Facebook page. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine Crisis Media Center: On victims of Russian military aggression in Ukraine
    Sep11

    Ukraine Crisis Media Center: On victims of Russian military aggression in Ukraine

    KYIV – The Ukraine Crisis Media Center on September 4 released the infographic below, with the following introductory information. One year ago, on September 5, 2014, the Minsk agreement was signed – it was a road map for resolving the conflict in eastern Ukraine. Over the year, the situation on the occupied territories has only […] …read...

    Kyiv seen as using a bit of street smarts to rankle Russia
    Sep11

    Kyiv seen as using a bit of street smarts to rankle Russia

    It’s a just matter of days before Russian diplomats in Ukraine start working on Volunteer Battalion Street, a quiet tree-lined thoroughfare in downtown Kyiv. The street, named in honor of the irregular forces battling pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine, is home to the Russian Consulate. Kyiv authorities renamed it earlier this month...

    Debt restructuring solves Ukraine’s short-term problems
    Sep11

    Debt restructuring solves Ukraine’s short-term problems

    KYIV – It’s been two weeks since the Ukrainian government confirmed that it succeeded in convincing private lenders to restructure $15 billion of debt owed them. As often is the case, the politicians resolved their immediate problems. Yet the debate continues on whether the deal benefits the Ukrainian economy in the long run. The main […]...