Friday Mar 7
Some LDS missionaries coming home from Ukraine; missionaries in Venezuela are safe
Russian soldiers guard a pier where two Ukrainian naval ships are moored, in Sevastopol, Ukraine, on Wednesday, March 5, 2014.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
Questions on Ukraine the West chooses not to answer
Ukrainian soldiers look out through a gate near a "stop" sign as they wait inside the Sevastopol tactical military brigade base near Belbek in Sevastopol on March 3, 2014 Ukrainian and Western refusal to answer Moscow's hard questions explains Russia's tough stance on the crisis in Kiev.
Real Clear Politics
The Absurd Subplot in Ukraine
There is an absurd subplot in the very serious conflict between Russia and Ukraine: Russian President Vladimir Putin is publicly trading insults with Ukrainian billionaire Ihor Kolomoyskyy, recently appointed governor of the industrial Dnepropetrovsk region by Ukraine's interim government.
How Russia Changed State Of Things In Turkey's Favor
HOW RUSSIA CHANGED STATE OF THINGS IN TURKEY'S FAVOR Igor Muradyan, Political Analyst Comments - Tuesday, 04 March 2014, 15:55 Despite the artificial upheaval of the Russian chauvinism engaging the representatives of the establishment of the transition period who have retired a long time ago, Moscow cannot hide that it is lost and does not ... (more)
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Peace Corps volunteer and UMD grad laments turmoil in Ukraine
Forced to leave Ukraine in a hasty evacuation, a UMass Dartmouth grad serving in the Peace Corps is praying for peace so he can return to a country and people he has grown to love.
a Rule by oligarchs: Kiev appoints billionaires to govern east
Combo made of file pictures shows businessman Igor Kolomoisky and Serhiy Taruta, Ukrainian businessman The self-proclaimed government in Kiev has appointed two of Ukraine's richest men to govern large industrial regions in the defiant east.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
The Motley Fool
5 Reasons War in Ukraine Should Worry You
Conflict in Ukraine began Tuesday, with an announcement that Russia would begin war games on the Ukrainian border, involving three Russian armies, 150,000 troops, 200 combat aircraft and helicopters, and more than 2,000 tanks, armored personnel carriers, and other pieces of "military hardware."
Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine Today
Ukraine has not yet died, nor her glory, nor her freedom, Upon us, fellow Ukrainians, fate shall smile once more.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Knoxville News Sentinel
Ukraine observers: Revolt signals turning point for country
The head of a toppled Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin lies in the street in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine on Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
The Globe and Mail
The Globe in Ukraine: 'A very dangerous moment,' Yanukovych deputy says
Pro-Russian protesters wave Russia's flag gathered in front of city hall in the Ukrainian Black Sea port of Sevastopol in the Crimea Feb. 24, 2014.
Salt Lake Tribune
Ukraine lawmakers undo president's government
KIEV, Ukraine a A day after President Viktor Yanukovych fled the Ukrainian capital and was removed from power by a unanimous vote in parliament, lawmakers moved swiftly Sunday to dismantle the remaining vestiges of his government by firing top cabinet members, including the foreign minister.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Monument to soldiers who died liberating Ukraine from Nazis toppled
The 'Soviet Soldier' - a monument commemorating the collective sacrifice of the Soviet army against Nazi forces - has been toppled in western Ukraine.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Is Russia Preparing Military Intervention?
IS RUSSIA PREPARING MILITARY INTERVENTION? Igor Muradyan, Political Analyst Politics - Friday, 21 February 2014, 12:27 In this nightmare of burning Ukraine, very few people would undertake to predict developments and their impact on the geopolitical balance in Europe and in other regions.
The Daily News Journal
Ukraine at crossroads as talks of split increase
Protesters control public buildings, hold mock trials for government officials and create their own governing councils, speaking of "autonomy" in this western city.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
With Violence In Ukraine Escalating, Will Military Get Involved?
Ukraine's defense minister on Wednesday said that he had transferred a unit of paratroopers to Kiev, a day after the situation there dramatically deteriorated and more than two dozen were killed.
Mon Feb 10, 2014
Looking at Euromaidan's Support in Eastern Ukraine
The Euromaidan movement is centered in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv, but its eventual success or failure could be determined in cities like Kharkiv or Dnepropetrovsk.