CNN’s Phil Black heads to a portion of the border between Ukraine and Russia, but can’t find any sign of the Russian army.
Moldova, like Georgia and Ukraine, is a former Soviet republic looking for membership of the European Union. It is currently negotiating an Association Agreement which, once finalised, will bring it in line […]
Crimea’s Tatars — who amount to 12 percent of the peninsula’s 2.2 million residents — overwhelmingly boycotted the March 16th referendum for Crimea to become part of Russia. The Tartar’s bad history […]
Russia’s foreign minister has said the solution to Ukraine’s crisis should be a loose federation of regions that can choose their own economic model, language and religion. Sergey Lavrov said he and […]
By Sonja van Renssen Decisions on a new European climate and energy policy for 2030 are relegated to autumn as heads of state are caught up in the Ukraine crisis. At their […]
Former heavyweight boxing champion Vitali Klitschko has pulled out of the presidential race, giving his backing to Petro Poroshenko – a businessman and former foreign minister. Meanwhile, Yulia Tymoshenko, former prime minister, […]
Instead of finding common ground with Russia, the West continues to escalate tensions with inefficient sanctions and rhetoric while provocatively supporting the illegitimate Kiev government, German Left opposition leader Gregor Gysi told […]
The former President talks about the current crisis in Russia.
Notorious Ukrainian right-wing militant leader Aleksandr Muzychko, also known as Sashko Bilyi, has reportedly been shot dead in western Ukraine, where he coordinated actions of local groups belonging to the nationalist Right […]
Here are some excerpts from a great read on Medium about modern Russia: ALMOST EXACTLY FOUR YEARS AGO I WAS SITTING IN A TINY kitchen in Kyiv with two guys named Sasha, […]