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By Lilia Shevtsova, WP Opinions The post-Cold War order that emerged from the breakup of the Soviet Union was doomed to fail because it rested on a belief that post-Soviet Russia was no longer a problem. Even when Western leaders … Continue reading
Kyiv, 4 April 2014 – Nariman Jelyal, Vice Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People, spoke about the current situation in Crimea during a live broadcast at Ukrainian Crisis Media Center: “Crimea is already being mastered by the … Continue reading
It is almost a month since former president Viktor Yanukovych fled Ukraine for Russia. Ukraine remains in peril. Events unfolding in Europe’s largest country are of extraordinary importance—not only for Ukraine’s 46 million inhabitants but for the entire Eurasian region.
The Russian aggression against Ukraine is unfolding, the Ukrainian people is preparing for defence and is boycotting the Russian products. The Presidential election campaign has been launched as the leading candidates have announced their participation on March 29. Read more … Continue reading
Euromaidan Köln: Rund 100 Protestteilnehmer demonstrierten heute in der Kölner Innenstadt, um auf die rechtswidrige Annexion der Krim hinzuweisen. Gewalt und Aggression durch die russischen Besatzungstruppen hat seit dem Beginn der Besetzung extrem zugenommen. Unschuldige Menschen wurden entführt und gefoltert. … Continue reading
The third Red Card Russia protest takes place in Berlin on Sunday, March 30. Protest against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine at the FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour. Bring Ukrainian flags, red cards and whistles to the Brandenburger Gates at 13.00. … Continue reading
No further abductions have been reported on Tuesday in Crimea, but there are still 11 Ukrainian activists and military officers remaining in captivity. No Ukrainian military units are left on the territory of the peninsula. Many civil rights defenders criticize … Continue reading
The last Ukrainian flag flying: Russian conquest divides soldiers in Crimea from colleagues, families, countries
“I don’t even know myself why I’m leaving,” she said. “I don’t even know who’s betraying us any more, the Russians or the Ukrainians. I have a child; how can I leave him and go I don’t know where? And … Continue reading
Source: Dmitry Tymchuk, Information Resistance Information Resistance 14.03.2014 Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine Brothers and sisters, here is the summary for March 14, 2014 (for summary from the previous day, see Summary of March 13).