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Russia Assures U.S. It Won’t Invade Ukraine

The United States and Europe hit Russia with fresh sanctions for failing to stop soaring tensions in Ukraine, where a pro-Moscow mayor was shot and badly wounded and rebels seized another town.

Posted on Apr 29, 2014 READ MORE



G-7 Agrees to Sanctions on Russia as Tensions Mount in Ukraine

The Group of Seven rich countries have agreed to slap sanctions on Moscow as early as Monday over the soaring Ukraine crisis amid fears in the West that Russia could be about to invade.

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Kiev Claims Rebel Defeats in East Ukraine as Obama Warns Russia

Kiev claimed it inflicted stinging defeats on pro-Kremlin rebels in east Ukraine on Thursday, as President Barack Obama accused Russia of not abiding by a deal to defuse the escalating crisis in the ex-Soviet country.

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Putin’s G1 Summit

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Ukraine’s Seat

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On Iranian New Year, Russia Hints It May Swing Support to Tehran Over Crimea Sanctions

Iran may have gotten a New Year’s gift via the Crimea crisis, as Russia threatens to play the Iran card over proposed U.S. sanctions.

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Crimea Annexed

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Crimea Renamed

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As Putin Recognizes Crimea, His Other Client, Syria, Goes on the Offensive

Russian President Vladimir Putin is on a geopolitical roll these days, despite U.S. and EU sanctions against some of his closest associates.

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Will the Crimea Vote Create a Domino Effect in Eurasia?

Will Russia’s rush to referendum and the outcome affect other populations that want to secede throughout the world? Will it destabilize the current world order?

Posted on Mar 17, 2014 READ MORE



Putin to Address Russian Parliament on Crimea

Russian President Vladimir Putin will address both houses of parliament on Tuesday over Crimea’s vote to leave Ukraine and become part of Russia, the Kremlin and lawmakers said.

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U.S. Sanctions Top Russian Officials Over Crimea

The United States on Monday imposed financial sanctions on seven top Russian government officials and lawmakers to punish Russia’s incursion into Crimea.

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Oleksandr Turchynov: Ukraine Won’t Intervene in Crimea, Referendum a ‘Sham’

Ukraine will not intervene militarily in the separatist peninsula of Crimea, in order to avoid exposing its eastern border, Ukraine’s acting president told news agency AFP on Tuesday in an exclusive interview.

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Why We Didn’t See Crimea Coming

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Tasty Ukraine Bites for Pundits!

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Ukraine Crisis Shows Urgency of Green Energy: Russian Natural Gas Blackmail

Hawks are complaining that Europe has been insufficiently belligerent in its response to Russian moves in Crimea, blaming the declining military budgets in most European countries.

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Obama Warns of ‘Costs’ of Military Intervention in Ukraine; Putin Requests Approval to Send Troops

President Obama appeared on television Friday to discourage any world power considering military intervention in Ukraine, specifically Russia that had been rumored to have soldiers in Crimea. Hours later, Russian President Vladimir Putin gained the approval of his country’s parliament to deploy troops.

Posted on Mar 1, 2014 READ MORE


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