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Merkel Failed as a Peace-Builder

Do you remember all this publicity surrounding allegedly fake letter of German Ambassador to Ukraine Ernst Reichel addressed to Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko that sparked a week or two ago? In this letter Berlin demanded from Kiev an immediate implementation of the Minsk Protocol (http://www.groundreport.com/minsk-agreements-implementation-part-merkels-election-campaign/). After giving a second thought …

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Belarusian Young Front Is Siding With Ukrainian Ultras Against Lukashenko

Patriots of Belarus and Ukrainian Right Sector mount a new ‘Maidan’ in Minsk On January 10, the Belarusian Young Front organization provided humanitarian assistance to Ukrainian army, spending some time with media representatives. http://belarus-mt.ru/blog/43561221595/Pochemu-idei-Molodogo-fronta-vrednyi-dlya-Belarusi Former Belarusian political prisoner, Edward Lobov, who is fighting alongside with Ukrainian volunteers, was present at …

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Minsk agreements’ implementation as part of Merkel’s election campaign

Rapidly changing international situation, the change of Washington’s Administration and forthcoming elections in European countries make European politicians commit controversial and sometimes even illogical acts. In November, 2016 Angela Merkel announced her intention to run for a fourth term as German Chancellor. But in 2017, it is to be the …

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Land or Population: For what does Ukraine put in a claim in the Crimea?

Official statements of Marie Harf, Deputy Spokesperson of the U.S. State Department, and Federica Mogherini, High Representative for the EU Foreign Affairs, concerning non-recognition of Russian parliamentary elections’ results in the Crimea make us take a fresh look at understanding of territorial problems from the parties to such conflicts. Ukraine’s …

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Savchenko is the one to replace Ban Ki-moon!

The current UN Secretary-General’s term expires in December. The pending election campaign is going to differ from the previous ones. Firstly, Eastern Europe enjoys the priority due to the informal regional rotation scheme. Secondly, the movement for the election of a female Secretary-General has been gaining momentum. Even incumbent Korean …

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