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The Buried Maidan Massacre and Its Misrepresentation by the West
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The Buried Maidan Massacre and Its Misrepresentation by the West
April 24, 2019

The new Ukrainian government is faced with reopening an inquiry into evidence of an organized mass killing in Kiev that Poroshenko stonewalled. Ivan Katchanovski investigates.

Gauging Ukraine with Russia and Belarus
April 24, 2019

In the post-Soviet period, US foreign policy and media establishments have overhyped Ukrainian positives, while disproportionately highlighting the negatives in Russia and Belarus, Michael Averko writes.

Gauging Ukraine with Russia and Belarus
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Is Washington Preparing the Groundwork for a Maidan Scenario in Venezuela?
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Is Washington Preparing the Groundwork for a Maidan Scenario in Venezuela?
April 1, 2019

The global community can only hope that common sense and scruples wins out over opportunism and rogue politics, all in the name of oil profits.

From ‘Not Us’ to ‘Why Hide It’: How Maidan Denied Its Involvement in the 20 February 2014 Snipers Massacre and Then Admitted It?
March 18, 2019

That radical ultra-nationalist and neofascist wing of the Maidan revolt, which hijacked the early pro-democracy early movement of late 2013, now threatens Europe and Eurasia with a profascist takeover over the currently more moderate, if no less corrupt hybrid oligarchic-ultranationalist regime.

From ‘Not Us’ to ‘Why Hide It’: How Maidan Denied Its Involvement in the 20 February 2014 Snipers Massacre and Then Admitted It?
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How and Why the US Government Perpetrated the 2014 Coup in Ukraine
How and Why the US Government Perpetrated the 2014 Coup in Ukraine
June 3, 2018

The US Government initiated the ‘new Cold War,’ while Russia’s Government reacted to America’s aggression, which aims to place nuclear missiles in Ukraine, less than ten minutes flight-time from Moscow.

Regime Change, Anyone?
March 9, 2018

How is the implementation of dilettantish yet in-your-face abrasive projects such as the Vilnius forum likely to be reflected in relations between two superpowers, Russia and the United States? Does it facilitate mutual trust and the creation of a constructive atmosphere conducive to finding solutions for global problems?

Regime Change, Anyone?
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Gene Sharp: The Passing of a False Guru
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Gene Sharp: The Passing of a False Guru
February 8, 2018

Not that there are any genuine or harmless gurus, of course. Still, governments are unlikely to mourn the recent passing of Gene Sharp, widely reputed to be the father of the tumultuous "color revolutions" of recent memory.

Four Years of Ukraine and the Myths of Maidan
January 5, 2018

Stephen F. Cohen, professor emeritus of Russian studies and politics at NYU and Princeton, and radio-show host John Batchelor continue their (usually) weekly discussions of the new US-Russian Cold War.

Four Years of Ukraine and the Myths of Maidan
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