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    Russia criticizes Canada for sending troops to Ukraine
    Apr15

    Russia criticizes Canada for sending troops to Ukraine

    TORONTO (AP) — Russia is calling Canada’s decision to send 200 military trainers to Ukraine “counterproductive and deplorable.”The Russian Embassy… …read more Source:...

    ICRC Fears Breakdown of Ukraine Cease-fire
    Apr15

    ICRC Fears Breakdown of Ukraine Cease-fire

    The International Committee of the Red Cross says it fears the shaky Ukraine cease-fire deal agreed to in February will breakdown. The ICRC is expressing concern about the recent intensified fighting between Ukrainian and Russian-backed rebels. The International Committee of the Red Cross says a breakdown of the cease-fire would seriously affect...

    Canada’s decision to send troops to Ukraine ‘deplorable,’ Russia says
    Apr15

    Canada’s decision to send troops to Ukraine ‘deplorable,’ Russia says

    In a statement, the Russian embassy to Canada criticized Stephen Harper’s deployment, saying sending Western soldiers will not help ease conflict between the Kiev government and separatists in eastern Ukraine …read more Source: The Globe and...

    Conflict Of Interest? A Tale Of Two Ukrainian Oligarchs And One Deputy Minister
    Apr15

    Conflict Of Interest? A Tale Of Two Ukrainian Oligarchs And One Deputy Minister

    The tangled relationship between Ukraine’s deputy energy minister and two leading tycoons illustrates the challenge Kyiv faces as it tries to curb the influence of the country’s oligarchs. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    NATO should be more active in face of challenges from Russia
    Apr15

    NATO should be more active in face of challenges from Russia

    PRAGUE (AP) — A Czech general in line for a top NATO post says the western military alliance was wrong-footed by Moscow’s moves in Ukraine and now… …read more Source:...

    Full Pundit: Harper loses another at the Supreme Court
    Apr15

    Full Pundit: Harper loses another at the Supreme Court

    When policy meets politicsThe Globe and Mail‘s editorialists think the Supreme Court “got it wrong” in overturning mandatory minimum prison sentences for certain gun crimes, on grounds that it could capture people who improperly stored or secured firearms “for reasons of absent-mindedness or misunderstanding.” They agree with the minority...

    Editorial: Canada’s modest contribution welcome
    Apr15

    Editorial: Canada’s modest contribution welcome

    We welcome this country’s commitment to send a small Canadian Forces contingent to Ukraine. It’s important, however, to keep our contribution in the proper perspective. …read more Source: Vancouver...

    Top NATO official: alliance must assure public it can confront Moscow, be ready defend Baltics
    Apr15

    Top NATO official: alliance must assure public it can confront Moscow, be ready defend Baltics

    A top NATO official has acknowledged that the western military alliance was wrong-footed by Moscow’s moves in Ukraine and now has to reassure the public it has the means and will to confront Russia. …read more Source: FOX...

    Editorial: Canada’s modest contribution welcome
    Apr15

    Editorial: Canada’s modest contribution welcome

    We welcome this country’s commitment to send a small Canadian Forces contingent to Ukraine, where it’ll spend the next two years training up soldiers there in areas like explosive ordnance disposal, military policing, medicine, flight safety and logistics system modernization. It’s important, however, to keep our contribution in...

    Putin’s Nordic Miscalculation
    Apr15

    Putin’s Nordic Miscalculation

    HELSINKI – Vladimir Putin is proving to be a tactical genius but a strategic blunderer. Perhaps the most important geostrategic result of the ongoing invasion of Ukraine is occurring 800 miles to the north in Scandinavia, whose sturdy governments, rather than being cowed by unsubtle Russian attempts at intimidation, are instead coordinating...