9 hrs ago
The Crisis In Ukraine Is A Rerun
Ukraine is once again the focus of a tense standoff between the west and Russia.
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18 hrs ago
6 important facts about Ukraine crisis
Last week, I wrote that the Ukraine crisis did not mean the return of the Cold War.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
The Black Sea Fleet And Russia's Crimean Adventurism
Russia's Black Sea Fleet base in Sevastopol has long been Moscow's top strategic priority in Crimea.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
VIDEO: Ukraine MP: Will nuclear powers help us?
Ukraine needs the help of the nations with nuclear powers, said an MP from the Fatherland Party, which makes up most of the interim government.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Christian Science Monitor
Ukraine loses its hold on Crimea. What does Russia gain?
Amid the talk of war, two small news items passed mostly unnoticed Monday. But for anyone curious about the Kremlin 's long-term plans for Crimea , the flashpoint for what may be the biggest geopolitical standoff in a generation, keep reading.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Ukraine torn between east and west
Ukraine has spent much of the past 10 years determining its place in the world: a European Union member, a country in step with Russia, or something in between.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
A Fascist Hero in Democratic Kiev
The incoming Ukrainian president will have to turn some attention to history, because the outgoing one has just made a hero of a long-dead Ukrainian fascist.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Ukraine Fast Facts
Here's a look at what you need to know about Ukraine, the second largest country in Europe after Russia .
Real Clear Politics
Ukraine Must Learn from Orange Revolution Errors
It is not often that second chances come around in history. But the dramatic events in Kiev have given Ukrainians a second chance to turn their backs decisively on the country's post-Soviet malaise and instead choose a democratic European future.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Ukraine's East-West Divide: It's Not That Simple
The threat seemingly appears during every Ukraine crisis. In 2004, governors in eastern Ukraine warned that Russia-friendly regions in the east would split if Viktor Yushchenko became president.
Sofia News Agency
Kyiv Post: The not-so-revolutionary New Ukraine Government
The Cabinet of Ministers brought to the helm by the EuroMaidan revolution, for consideration by parliament today, is a motley crew indeed: A combination of old faces tainted by allegations of corruption, newly emerged revolutionary heroes and appointees who are able to make a difference.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Nine Maidan Stalwarts Kyiv Wants On Its Side
It's far from clear that Euromaidan leaders are eager to lend their massive public support to government service.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Wall Street Journal
A Plan for Reform in Kiev
Ukraine's dramatic and bloody revolution appears to be over. Ousted President Viktor Yanukovych is on the run and in hiding.
Intro to Ukraine affairs part II
President Viktor Yanukovich denounced on Saturday what he described as a "coup d'etat" by gangsters who were terrorizing Ukraine and said he would not flee the country or let it be torn apart.
EU, Brazil mull plan to skirt US spying
The vice-president of the European Commission, Maro efcovic, will head the European Parliament election campaign of the ruling Social Democratic Party in Slovakia and will be again the country's candidate for commissioner, Prime Minister Robert Fico confirmed on 22 February, EurActiv Slovakia reports .
Mon Feb 24, 2014
The Globe and Mail
When EU shut the door on Ukraine, reform never had a chance
Opposition supporters stands on a barricade at an access street to Independence Square in Kiev, Monday, Feb. 24, 2014.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Red Deer Advocate
Ukrainian community gathers to remember protesters killed in Kiev
Tears of sadness and hope were shed on the steps of Red Deer City Hall on Sunday as dozens of people gathered in remembrance of more than 100 Ukrainian protesters killed in skirmishes on the streets of Kiev during the past few days.
St. Petersburg Times
PunditFact fact-checks the Feb. 23 news shows
Violent uprisings in Ukraine had pundits and politicians wondering Sunday if the Eastern European country will be the first theater in a new Cold War between the United States and Russia.
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.