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      Crimean parliament asks to designate Ukraine’s actions as genocide
      Jan14

      Crimean parliament asks to designate Ukraine’s actions as genocide

      The Legislative Assembly of the Crimean Republic has passed an address to the United Nations to recognize the ongoing “energy blockade” of the peninsula on the part of Ukraine as violation of basic Human Rights and genocide. Lawmakers asked the Russian Foreign Ministry to assist them in forwarding this document to the General Assembly and […]...

      Ukrainian Railways will sue Russia for the loss of its property in the Crimea
      Jan14

      Ukrainian Railways will sue Russia for the loss of its property in the Crimea

      PJSC “Ukrainian Railways” is preparing a lawsuit against Russia demanding to compensate losses incurred as a result of the illegal annexation of the Crimean Peninsula. This was announced by Deputy Minister of Infrastructure Vladimir Omelian. According Omelian “UZ” prepare proposals for procedures for action over the next 1-2 months. Ministry of...

      Courts freezes Yanukovych and Azarov’s pensions in Oschadbank
      Jan14

      Courts freezes Yanukovych and Azarov’s pensions in Oschadbank

      Pechersky District Court of Kyiv arrested pensions on current accounts in PJSC “State Savings Bank of Ukraine” (“Oschadbank”) belonging to former President Viktor Yanukovich and former Prime Minister Mykola Azarov. This is stated in the decision of the Court of 21 December 2015. Prosecutor General of Ukraine carries out pre-trial investigation...

      Ukraine: The Good, The Bad, and The Irreversible
      Jan13

      Ukraine: The Good, The Bad, and The Irreversible

      For outside observers and pundits alike, interpreting the myriad of recent Ukraine-related headlines might be a difficult if not impossible task. To an optimist, healthy debate represents the growing pains of a budding democracy. To a pessimist, this is chaos and a relapse into the old habits. As with most things in life, the truth […]...

      Ukraine in 2016: good news and bad news
      Jan13

      Ukraine in 2016: good news and bad news

      The international environment in 2016 is opportune for Ukraine again, as in 1991, to break free from Russia’s clutches. Growing disenchantment is deepened by Ukrainians being asked to tighten their belts over unpopular economic, social and fiscal reforms, while popular reforms against the corruption of high-level officials and oligarchs are...

      Ukraine’s national bank makes the Federal Reserve seem saintly
      Jan13

      Ukraine’s national bank makes the Federal Reserve seem saintly

      Ukraine’s economic and political challenges do not explain or justify the actions by the National Bank of Ukraine that are actually exacerbating rather than alleviating the country’s problems. The Hill: Ukraine’s national bank makes the Federal Reserve seem saintly …read more Source: The American Center for a European...

      Putin names condition for Ukraine’s retaking its eastern borders
      Jan13

      Putin names condition for Ukraine’s retaking its eastern borders

      Russian President Vladimir Putin says that Ukraine will be able to retake its eastern border with Russia only after constitutional reform has been introduced. Unian: Putin names condition for Ukraine’s retaking its eastern borders …read more Source: The American Center for a European...

      The history of Ukraine — from Herodotus to Hitler
      Jan13

      The history of Ukraine — from Herodotus to Hitler

      This is an excellent piece explaining how Ukraine came about. Spectator: The history of Ukraine — from Herodotus to Hitler …read more Source: The American Center for a European...

      Inside The Trauma Centers Treating Ukraine’s Veterans
      Jan13

      Inside The Trauma Centers Treating Ukraine’s Veterans

      Since the onset of the war in eastern Ukraine in 2014, some 9,000 soldiers have died and at least 20,000 have been injured. Huffington Post: Inside The Trauma Centers Treating Ukraine’s Veterans …read more Source: The American Center for a European...

      Government bans broadcasting of films that may threaten the national security
      Jan07

      Government bans broadcasting of films that may threaten the national security

      The Ukrainian government has forbidden the State cinema Agency (Goskino) to carry out state registration and issue the rolling certificate to movies, the role of which was played by the actorsincluded in the list of persons recognized as authorities in that country a threat to national security of Ukraine. According to the decree of the […]...

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