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    Nicholson keen to hear Kerry on Putin meeting
    May13

    Nicholson keen to hear Kerry on Putin meeting

    Nicholson keen to hear Kerry on his meeting with Putin in Russia …read more Source:...

    Russian opposition: 220 Russian soldiers died in Ukraine
    May13

    Russian opposition: 220 Russian soldiers died in Ukraine

    Opposition: Russia deeply involved in Ukraine war; at least 220 Russian soldiers killed …read more Source:...

    Kerry, Putin tackle U.S.-Russia policy strains in marathon Sochi talks
    May13

    Kerry, Putin tackle U.S.-Russia policy strains in marathon Sochi talks

    Secretary of State John F. Kerry huddled with Russian leaders for hours Tuesday in wide-ranging talks on the world crises over which they have bitterly differed and pledged reinvigorated cooperation to resolve the disputes racking Ukraine, Syria and other violence-torn states. …read more Source: Los Angeles...

    Kerry Speaks After Meeting With Putin
    May13

    Kerry Speaks After Meeting With Putin

    After an earlier meeting with President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia on Tuesday, Secretary of State John Kerry appeared with Russia’s foreign minister and spoke about the conflict in Ukraine. …read more Source: The New York...

    Kerry visit won’t change Canada’s chilly relationship with Moscow, Nicholson insists
    May13

    Kerry visit won’t change Canada’s chilly relationship with Moscow, Nicholson insists

    Foreign Affairs Minister Rob Nicholson defended Canada’s cold shoulder to Moscow on Tuesday as his American counterpart, Secretary of State John Kerry, made his first visit to Russia since the crisis in Ukraine erupted last year. Canada has suspended all but the most low-level discussions with Russia over the latter’s annexation of...

    No breakthrough as Kerry meets Russia's Putin
    May13

    No breakthrough as Kerry meets Russia's Putin

    SOCHI, Russia — The United States and Russia emerged Tuesday from their most extensive, high-level talks in years vowing closer cooperation on Ukraine and Syria but unable to point to any breakthrough or new approach to bridge the major differences separating the two powers. …read more Source: Boston...

    Kerry, Russia say cease-fire in Ukraine must continue
    May13

    Kerry, Russia say cease-fire in Ukraine must continue

    Meeting comes amid report that slain opposition leader documented Russian role in Ukraine. …read more Source: USA...

    Coming to Terms With the Past, as a Citizen, a Writer and a Human Being
    May12

    Coming to Terms With the Past, as a Citizen, a Writer and a Human Being

    “Vergangenheitsbewἄltigung” is a coinage in German that is used to mean something like “coming to terms with the past.” That is the major theme of post-World War II German literature, but, considering the effort that was expended, leading literary figures have done a remarkably poor job of it. It was an obsession of...

    Kerry visit won’t change Canada’s chilly relationship with Moscow, Nicholson insists
    May12

    Kerry visit won’t change Canada’s chilly relationship with Moscow, Nicholson insists

    Foreign Affairs Minister Rob Nicholson defended Canada’s cold shoulder to Moscow on Tuesday as his American counterpart, Secretary of State John Kerry, made his first visit to Russia since the crisis in Ukraine erupted last year. Canada has suspended all but the most low-level discussions with Russia over the latter’s annexation of...

    Taking the High Road in the Propaganda War
    May12

    Taking the High Road in the Propaganda War

    In March, as the eastern Ukrainian town of Debaltseve suffered heavy fighting despite a recent ceasefire agreement, journalist Nastya Stanko made a disturbing report: “People from Debaltseve told us that the army from NATO, the Polish army, and the U.S. army were all in Debaltseve,” wrote Stanko, a co-founder of independent Ukrainian broadcaster...