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  • Landlord’s Visit Piotr Bajor 21.08.2014| 11:37

    Landlord’s Visit

    Vladimir Putin’s visit in Crimea was being awaited with great interest – not only did it arouse curiosity of local inhabitants, but also that of international community. 

  • Deschytsya: We are already at war [with Russia]. In the East of Ukraine, there is not just hybrid war Tatiana Urbanska 24.06.2014| 18:32

    Deschytsya: We are already at war [with Russia]. In the East of Ukraine, there is not just hybrid war

    In his first interview since his dismissal, ex-chief of Ukrainian Foreign Office told UNIAN how the “kamikaze” government functions, what claims Ukraine has been preparing to international courts, how Kyiv can perform demarcation of borders unilaterally, and why Moscow needs Ukrainian refugees.

  • Ukraine-Macroeconomic situation – June 2014 Olga Pogarska, Edilberto L. Segura 23.06.2014| 10:33

    Ukraine-Macroeconomic situation – June 2014

    Political unrest shifted to eastern Ukraine over April-May 2014 as armed pro-Russian rebels took control over large territories in Luhansk and Donetsk oblasts, leading to clashes with Ukraine’s military forces...

  • Volnovakha Massacre: Smite the Weak Tetyana Stezhar 24.05.2014| 14:55

    Volnovakha Massacre: Smite the Weak

    Smite the weak to intimidate the strong. This is how the shooting near Volnovakha in Donetsk region of the 51st Separate Mechanized Brigade, not taking part in anti-terrorist operation, looks.

  • The Kremlin’s Issue with Crimean Tatars Tatiana Urbanskaya 21.05.2014| 16:00

    The Kremlin’s Issue with Crimean Tatars

    Russia’s fierce fight for the rights of Russian-speaking citizens in Crimea, together with blatant neglecting of other inhabitants of the peninsula may turn into new sanctions because of oppression of indigenous people of autonomy - Crimean Tatars.

  • Economic Forum in St. Petersburg – Russia’s failed attempt to regain credibility Yevgeny Matyushenko , Aleksandra Zasmorzhuk 20.05.2014| 18:06

    Economic Forum in St. Petersburg – Russia’s failed attempt to regain credibility

    Amid increasing impact of international sanctions on Russia's economy, Kremlin is struggling to replace the agenda of the world mass media and to put a brave face on a sorry business.