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    Russia Vows to Counter New US Sanctions
    Sep02

    Russia Vows to Counter New US Sanctions

    Russia said on Wednesday it would respond in kind to new U.S. sanctions imposed on the country over the Ukraine crisis. The Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement on its website that Moscow will take “countermeasures” that will not necessarily “mirror” the U.S. sanctions. The ministry said “the U.S. should have no...

    2 Parties Stay Within Ukraine’s Governing Coalition
    Sep02

    2 Parties Stay Within Ukraine’s Governing Coalition

    2 parties remain in Ukraine’s governing coalition despite opposition to decentralization bill …read more Source: ABC...

    U.S., EU Widen Sanctions On Russia
    Sep02

    U.S., EU Widen Sanctions On Russia

    The United States and the European Union are widening sanctions against dozens of Russians and Ukrainian individuals and entities with connections to Crimea’s annexation and the ongoing violence in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Accused Kyiv Grenade Thrower Described As ‘Brave’ Soldier
    Sep02

    Accused Kyiv Grenade Thrower Described As ‘Brave’ Soldier

    Authorities in Ukraine have arrested a 24-year-old nationalist volunteer soldier as the suspected grenade thrower in a deadly attack on security forces in Kyiv on August 31. Ihor Humenyuk warned in a YouTube video that Ukrainian people would only wait so long for reforms before it “will burst.” …read more Source: Radio Free...

    Ashley Madison Cheats On Ukraine
    Sep02

    Ashley Madison Cheats On Ukraine

    The world’s most infamous cheaters site is dabbling in a contentious political affair. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Giurgiulesti Journal: Village in Moldova Thrives After a Lifeline Leads to a Port on the Danube
    Sep02

    Giurgiulesti Journal: Village in Moldova Thrives After a Lifeline Leads to a Port on the Danube

    In 1999, in exchange for ceding a stretch of contested road to Ukraine, landlocked Moldova received a strip of land along the Danube River. …read more Source: The New York...

    Separatist Rebels in Ukraine’s Luhansk Switch to Russian Rouble
    Sep02

    Separatist Rebels in Ukraine’s Luhansk Switch to Russian Rouble

    A Kremlin spokesman says the decision shows the appeal of the Russian currency …read more Source:...

    EU Extends Sanctions On Russia As Moscow Warns Of ‘Negative Consequences’
    Sep02

    EU Extends Sanctions On Russia As Moscow Warns Of ‘Negative Consequences’

    The European Union agreed Wednesday to extend its sanctions against Russian firms and individuals and Ukrainian separatists for another six months until March 2016. On the same day, the United States added 29 more people to its sanctions list against Russia, Reuters reported. …read more Source: International Business...

    Did the Violent Protests in Kiev Mark the Beginning of the End of the ‘Maidan Revolution’?
    Sep02

    Did the Violent Protests in Kiev Mark the Beginning of the End of the ‘Maidan Revolution’?

    Stephen F. CohenAs well as Washington’s ‘Ukrainian project’? …read more Source: The...

    Putin’s War: Kiev Protests Reflect Frustration With War Strategy
    Sep02

    Putin’s War: Kiev Protests Reflect Frustration With War Strategy

    A vote on more autonomy for the eastern regions occupied by pro-Russian forces sparks violence. …read more Source:...