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    Hammer and Sick of It: Ukraine relies on heavy-handed laws to forget its communist past
    May12

    Hammer and Sick of It: Ukraine relies on heavy-handed laws to forget its communist past

    A hulking steel statue of a victorious female warrior bearing aloft sword and shield looms in dour majesty over the Ukrainian capital. …read more Source: FOX...

    Hammer and Sick of It: Ukraine Tries to Ditch Communist Past
    May12

    Hammer and Sick of It: Ukraine Tries to Ditch Communist Past

    Hammer and Sick of It: Ukraine relies on heavy-handed laws to forget its communist past …read more Source: ABC...

    Hammer and Sick of It: Ukraine tries to ditch communist past
    May12

    Hammer and Sick of It: Ukraine tries to ditch communist past

    KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — A hulking steel statue of a victorious female warrior bearing aloft sword and shield looms in dour majesty over the Ukrainian… …read more Source:...

    Hammer and Sick of It: Ukraine tries to ditch communist past
    May12

    Hammer and Sick of It: Ukraine tries to ditch communist past

    KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — A hulking steel statue of a victorious female warrior bearing aloft sword and shield looms in dour majesty over the Ukrainian capital. The Motherland Monument’s shield bears the Communist hammer-and-sickle – but maybe not for much longer…. …read more Source: Associated...

    Ukraine, Syria Expected To Be Topics Of Kerry-Putin Meeting
    May12

    Ukraine, Syria Expected To Be Topics Of Kerry-Putin Meeting

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is expected to meet in the Black Sea resort Sochi with Russian President Vladimir Putin to explore political solutions to the conflict in eastern Ukraine and the war in Syria. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Noam Chomsky: The Middle East Is on Fire, Thanks to U.S.
    May12

    Noam Chomsky: The Middle East Is on Fire, Thanks to U.S.

    The scholar speaks about America’s past foreign policy blunders and the failures of the mainstream media. This article was first published at Jacobin, a publication offering socialist perspectives on politics, economics, and culture. Subscriptions start at $19.Earlier this month, Dan Falcone and Saul Isaacson, both high school educators,...

    Kerry heads to Russia for first Putin meeting in two years
    May12

    Kerry heads to Russia for first Putin meeting in two years

    WASHINGTON — Secretary of State John Kerry headed Monday to Russia, intending to meet today with President Vladimir Putin for their first direct talks after two years filled with tension over Ukraine and other conflicts. …read more Source: Pittsburgh...

    Ukraine wineries struggle amid standoff with Russia over Crimean Peninsula
    May12

    Ukraine wineries struggle amid standoff with Russia over Crimean Peninsula

    ARTEMOVSK, Ukraine — The booms of artillery and the rumble of tanks never shake the rows of dusty wine bottles in a mine more than a hundred feet below the east-central Ukrainian town of Artemovsk. That suits those who work here just fine. “When you are here you are thinking … …read more Source: The Washington...

    John Kerry to push Vladimir Putin for help in Syria
    May12

    John Kerry to push Vladimir Putin for help in Syria

    Secretary of State John F. Kerry hopes to focus ending Syria’s war when he meets Tuesday with Russian President Vladimir Putin, but will steer clear of trying to “normalize” U.S.-Russia relations in his first face-to-face meeting with the Russian leader since relations plummeted over the confrontation in Ukraine. State...

    Vladimir Putin’s imaginary wars
    May12

    Vladimir Putin’s imaginary wars

    President Vladimir Putin’s latest attempt to justify the infamous Molotov-Ribbentrop pact, which allowed Germany and the Soviet Union to divide up Poland in 1939, holds a clue to the Kremlin’s behaviour in the Ukraine crisis. Here’s what Putin said after meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Sunday: The Soviet Union...