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Moscow commentator: Putin has no interest in peace in Ukraine now or ever
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15 February

Moscow commentator: Putin has no interest in peace in Ukraine now or ever

Vladimir Putin may organize short-lived ceasefires for various reasons, few of which have anything to do with Ukraine, but with regard to that country, Igor Eidman points out ...

Donbas Syndrome
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14 February

Donbas Syndrome

An unfocused gaze is one of the signs of post-traumatic stress disorder. They also call it the ‘two-thousand-yard stare.’

The Minsk agreement - dangers for Ukraine
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13 February

The Minsk agreement - dangers for Ukraine

Despite the fact that at the end of the negotiations in Minsk all the parties made statements (and the text of the signed document has already been released), there are quite a few details that remain behind the scenes.

Pressure high on Russia following Ukraine ceasefire deal
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13 February

Pressure high on Russia following Ukraine ceasefire deal

The EU has decided to hold on to sanctions against Russia until they're sure that Moscow will keep its end of the bargain in Ukraine. The ceasefire between Kyiv and pro-Russian rebels is to go into effect on Sunday.

The mysterious Boikos. Who are they?
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12 February

The mysterious Boikos. Who are they?

Hutsuls are always associated with kolomyiky, shepherds, woolen blankets, intricate colorful clothes. And what about Boikos?

This Ballet Routine Set To Hozier’s “Take Me To Church” Is So Beautiful It Hurts
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10 February

This Ballet Routine Set To Hozier’s “Take Me To Church” Is So Beautiful It Hurts

If you don’t recognize the name Sergei Polunin, you’re about to have it stuck in your head all day.

Before Nadiya Savchenko dies, read her words
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10 February

Before Nadiya Savchenko dies, read her words

Nadiya Savchenko, the Ukrainian POW illegally imprisoned in Russia, has been on a hunger strike from 13 December 2014, protesting against unfair charges and Putin-style justice.

Speech by President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko at the Munich Security conference
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8 February

Speech by President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko at the Munich Security conference

I arrived here today with very vivid memories of this conference from last year. It was just before Ukraine was to pay the bitter price of over hundred innocent lives lost on Maidan for the right to become a democratic and European state.

Mariupol to world: how much more blood must be shed to stop the aggressor?
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7 February

Mariupol to world: how much more blood must be shed to stop the aggressor?

Citizens of Mariupol have recorded a video appeal to the world community, in which they ask to support Ukraine today, as tomorrow may not come for them.

60 surprising facts we’ve learned about Ukraine
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6 February
War takes precedence over reforms in Ukraine
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5 February

War takes precedence over reforms in Ukraine

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko is losing control of the military situation in eastern Ukraine. This makes conducting peace negotiations even more difficult, especially as the West doesn't know what he wants.

Nadiya Savchenko’s lawyer urges Putin to release her in open letter
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4 February

Nadiya Savchenko’s lawyer urges Putin to release her in open letter

The lawyer of Nadiya Savchenko, a Ukrainian POW being jailed in Moscow on her 54th day of hunger strike against unfair charges, has written an open letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin urging him to release the illegally imprisoned woman on the verge of death.

US Weapons to Ukraine: Can the law protect in war?
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3 February

US Weapons to Ukraine: Can the law protect in war?

Heavy fighting in eastern Ukraine and the escalating humanitarian crisis has prompted the US administration to review whether it should supply "lethal assistance" to Kyiv in addition to non-lethal aid.

Scholarships to Help International Students Afford U.S. Colleges
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2 February

Scholarships to Help International Students Afford U.S. Colleges

Choosing your intended major or college is a good first step to finding scholarships to study in the States.

Millennium Fellowship Application
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2 February

Millennium Fellowship Application

The Millennium Fellowship is open to rising leaders and innovators around the world committed to achieving transformational change in their communities, countries, and professional fields with a global impact.

Kyiv hopes for Minsk truce talks as violence continues in Ukraine
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31 January

Kyiv hopes for Minsk truce talks as violence continues in Ukraine

Ukraine says it is hoping to hold new truce talks after negotiations planned for Friday were postponed. Pro-Russian rebels have vowed to push on with a new offensive if negotiations collapse.

Captured Ukrainian Pilot ‘Wants to Die’
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29 January

Captured Ukrainian Pilot ‘Wants to Die’

Nadiya Savchenko, the Ukrainian army officer and pilot who was captured in Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and spirited to prison in Moscow, may die in captivity there on the hunger strike she has pursued for 45 days, her lawyer wrote on January 26.

Has Russia's War Against Ukraine Reached a Point of No Return?
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27 January

Has Russia's War Against Ukraine Reached a Point of No Return?

Russia's ongoing escalation of the war in eastern Ukraine may have crossed the point of no return. The world's attention has been focused on the savage fighting at Donetsk Airport, but the real cause for concern lies elsewhere.