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Press about Ukraine in US and Canada. APR 07, 2015


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The Huffington Post (USA) : Judith Miller Clings to Her Own Stubborn Myths

The Huffington Post (USA) : Why Europe Backs Obama on Iran

The Wall Street Journal (USA) : Ukraine in Talks to Boost Reserves

Voice of America (USA) : Russia Strips ‘Rogue’ MP of Immunity

National Newswatch (Canada) : Quebec politician Gerard Deltell to seek nomination for federal Tories

Voice of America (USA) : Large Crowds Honor Nemtsov at Memorial Near Kremlin

Business Insider (USA) : Former NATO commander: A new Russian offensive in eastern Ukraine is ‘imminent’

Foreign Policy (USA) : Some Sandinistas Never Change

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (USA) : Russian Duma Strips Immunity From Deputy Who Opposed Crimea Seizure

CNN (USA) : Klitschko shocked by ‘war with brother folk’

Townhall (USA) : Russian deputy who opposed Crimea seizure stripped of immunity

The Vancouver Sun (Canada) : Toronto symphony bans Ukrainian-born pianist over ‘provocative’ tweets denouncing Kyiv’s ‘neo-Nazis’

National Post (Canada) : Toronto symphony bans Ukrainian-born pianist over ‘provocative’ tweets denouncing Kyiv’s ‘neo-Nazis’

Boston Herald (USA) : Russian parliament allows legal action against lawmaker

FOX News (USA) : Russian parliament allows legal action against opposition lawmaker

Voice of America (USA) : Sanctions-Hit Russia Looks to Africa to Boost Arms, Technology Sales

The American Interest (USA) : What Can Putin Do For Tsipras?

The Epoch Times (USA) : Russia: Fire on Nuclear Submarine at Repair Yard in Arkhangelsk

Canada Free Press (Canada) : World Prepares for Russian Aggression

Newsweek (USA) : Ukraine and Separatists Report ‘Intensifying’ Skirmishes Near Mariupol

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (USA) : Vladimir Putin, Is That You?

Foreign Policy (USA) : Situation Report: Eyes on Spies; Snowden; Choppers for Pakistan; Sec Def on the economics of Asia; and much more

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (USA) : Putin’s 2008 Comments On Crimea, Before A Sharp Change Of Tack

Macleans (Canada) : Comments cost Ukraine pianist gig with Toronto symphony

Macleans (Canada) : Five stories in Canada we’re watching

National Newswatch (Canada) : Five stories in the news today, April 7

National Newswatch (Canada) : Controversial comments cost Ukraine pianist gig with Toronto symphony

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (USA) : Explosion In Ukraine’s Kharkiv Targets National Flag Memorial

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (USA) : Ukrainian-Born Classical Pianist Fired For Pro-Rebel Comments

Metro News (Canada) : Toronto Symphony Orchestra yanks Ukrainian-born pianist’s shows after talk of ‘deeply offensive’ comments

Voice of America (USA) : Moscow Technology Park Looks to Attract Western Companies

The Huffington Post (USA) : Escalating Tensions Challenge U.S. Chairmanship of the Arctic Council

The Epoch Times (USA) : Czech President Feuds With US Ambassador Over Ukraine

The Epoch Times (USA) : Ukraine President to Let Rebel Regions Vote for More Autonomy

The Huffington Post (USA) : Why Putin Needs to Read ‘War and Peace’

Foreign Policy (USA) : Democracy Lab Weekly Brief, April 6, 2015

InsideToronto.com (Canada) : Ukrainian leader lifts objections to vote on regional power

The Huffington Post (USA) : Ukraine: The World’s Second-Highest Inflation

San Francisco Chronicle (USA) : Ukrainian president eases opposition to vote on regional power

Business Insider (USA) : Poland is building a series of watchtowers along its border with Russia

The New York Times (USA) : Ukraine Leader Denounces Federalization as Way to Break Up Country

 

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