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Why the Results of the Normandy Four Summit Were Predetermined… Almost
Security
Why the Results of the Normandy Four Summit Were Predetermined… Almost
December 10, 2019

The Russians absolutely cannot back down, The EU would like to, and Trump’s Washington just simply doesn’t care about snow monkeys who have no oil, Tim Kirby writes.

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
World
Ambassador Kurt Volker: US to Drastically Expand Military Assistance to Ukraine
Security
Ambassador Kurt Volker: US to Drastically Expand Military Assistance to Ukraine
September 3, 2018

By supplying the weapons that Special Representative Volker talked about in his interview, the US will become an accomplice to a conflict that has nothing to do with its national security.

Kiev Murder Stunt Was Absurd, but Even More So Was Western Media’s Reaction to It
June 1, 2018

The credibility of the Kiev regime imploded emphatically this week. But so too has the credibility of Western governments and news media imploded.

Kiev Murder Stunt Was Absurd, but Even More So Was Western Media’s Reaction to It
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Donald Trump Prepares to Escalate Confrontation with Russia over Ukraine
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Donald Trump Prepares to Escalate Confrontation with Russia over Ukraine
December 25, 2017

Washington and Moscow have no core security interests in conflict with each other, especially in Ukraine.

US, Europe Unleashing Lawlessness and War
May 2, 2017

This week the Kiev regime went into rogue overdrive when it cut off electricity supplies to some three million people in the self-declared Lugansk republic of eastern Ukraine. The Ukrainian energy ministry under the control of the Kiev regime said it was because the breakaway province was in arrears over bill payments. That’s rich coming from a cabal that has continually dragged its feet over unpaid bills for billions of dollars-worth in gas supplies from Russia.

US, Europe Unleashing Lawlessness and War
World
A Ukraine on the Verge of Disaster Benefits No One
World
A Ukraine on the Verge of Disaster Benefits No One
April 19, 2017

In the past three months, the lines of contact between Ukraine and the forces in Donbass have seen an escalation of considerable tension. Both the republics of Lugansk and Donetsk have suffered violent attacks at the hands of Kiev’s military forces. Of course all these violations are in stark contrast to what was established in the Minsk II agreements, in particular as regards the use of certain weapons systems.

OSCE: Hug and Zakharchenko Meet in Donetsk
August 27, 2016

Alexander Hug, the Deputy Chief Monitor of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) to Ukraine has paid an unexpected visit to Donetsk, in order to meet with the leader of the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR), Alexander Zakharchenko, who was «a signatory to the Minsk agreement». Hug urgently needed to hold a «constructive discussion» with the head of the DPR – as he told reporters after the meeting, so that «the OSCE SMM is able to support and assist the leaders of the DPR in solving a number of problems». Hug also noted that «Mr Zakharchenko» had been entrusted with a «very serious responsibility»…

OSCE: Hug and Zakharchenko Meet in Donetsk
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