The Baltic Times
Russia's 'green men' work to destabilize eastern Ukraine - The Baltic Times
The role of right-wing nationalist parties in Ukraine is greatly exaggerated by the Russian media and is being used as an excuse to justify military intervention in Ukraine, said David Kramer, the president of Freedom House, an international non-governmental watchdog organization, reports Ukrainian Crisis Media Center.
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Fri Apr 11, 2014
Voices of Ukraine: 'Kiev, people are not cattle!'
I doubt where the official numbers come from, those that say that Ukraine is evenly divided between those who support the West, and those who feel their identity is closely linked with Russia.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Ukraine presidential candidate caught in Odessa clashes
At least 7 people have been injured in clashes between supporters and opponents of the Kiev coup-appointed government in Ukraine's southern city of Odessa.
NICHOLAS BURNSPlaying to Putin's end game
They are right out of Putin's Crimea playbook from a month ago. And just as in Crimea, we shouldn't believe anything Moscow says about what it is doing.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Fascist Police Attack Anti-Maidan Protesters
Fascist Police Attack Anti-Maidan Protesters by Stephen Lendman Fascist police operate the same way everywhere.
Eastern Ukrainian Resistance
Eastern Ukrainian Resistance by Stephen Lendman Thousands of Eastern Ukrainians reject Kiev putschists.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Russia warns Ukraine against missile technologies proliferation
Russia on Monday drew Kiev's attention over media reports that a Ukrainian military-space enterprise had allegedly been negotiating with third countries on missile technology sale.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Forbes, Ruptly journalists banned entry to Ukraine
Border guards barred the journalist from entering Ukraine, saying that he did not have enough money to stay in the county.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Former Ukraine leader to run for president
Yulia Tymoshenko, who for a decade has made Ukrainian politics an impassioned melodrama, has said that she would run for president in the May 25 election.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
Ukraine's 'Gas Princess' Joins 'Dr. Iron Fist' and 'Chocolate King' in Presidential Race
In case she didn't make it clear when she returned from medical treatment in Germany last week when she tweeted, "Good day.
Ukraine community ready to i ght Russian invasion
Gennadiy Korban, a multi-millionaire businessman and the deputy head of Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine's second largest city, this week gathered national commanders to prepare a defensive plan, including how and where military resources should be deployed.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Vigilantes harass pro-Russian ribbon wearers in Ukraine
A group of Ukrainian vigilantes have been hunting out people they accused of being "pro-Russian thugs", according to a video which surfaced on YouTube.
Fri Mar 21, 2014
Students experience Jewish life in Moldova and Ukraine
Standing with a statue of the famous Jewish writer Isaac Babel in Odessa are Yuliya Serebryana, Anna Misiuk, a prominent Odessa Jewish history and culture specialist, Elisheva Massel, Rise Singer, and Darina Privalko, trip coordinator/translator.
OSCE To Deploy Ukraine Observers After Russia Drops Objections
The mandate does not permit the observers to deploy to Crimea, which Russia annexed this week in the face of opposition from Western states, who say they still consider Crimea part of Ukraine.
Thu Mar 20, 2014
Ukrainian troops dig in near Russian border
Ukrainian paratroopers with armoured vehicles were digging in on Thursday near the Russian border as the military demonstrated its presence in the east following Kiev's loss of Crimea to Moscow's forces.