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New 'front' in Ukraine
Governor and security chiefs arrested
  The sacking of oligarch governor Igor Kolomoisky by president Poroshenko on 24 March, followed next day by the arrest of the head of the Ukrainian State Emergencies Service, Serhiy Bochkovsky, and his deputy, Vasyl Stoyetsky, opens a new front in Ukraine. NEW
  (25 March 2015)

Collective woes of the 'FSU' (1)
Seven states in crisis NEW
  Independence is still not the word to apply to the member countries of the former Soviet space. All suffer in different degrees from the crisis affecting Russia because of Western sanctions, aggravated by he fact that their economies are even less diversified than Russia’s and their populations more restless.
  (11 March 2015)

Collective woes of the 'FSU' (2)
Seven states in crisis NEW
  We ontinue our report of former Soviet states affectd by the Russia-Ukraine crisis.
  (10 March 2015)

Russia’s ‘opposition’
How to regain momentum
  The shocking murder of Russian oppositionist Boris Nemtsov has given unexpected significance to what was to have been a day of anti-government protest, and is now officially one of mourning, in central Moscow. Any thought of the possible consequences must start with a look at the attempt of the ‘opposition’ to regain momentum a year of being sidelined by events in Ukraine.
  (1 March 2015)

Minsk II
Cautions and questions
  The four-party agreement on ending the murderous fighting in eastern Ukraine has shown a flicker if promise, but many factors remain to be tested.
  (15 February 2015)

A Ukraine ‘solution’
Need for diplomacy step by step
  A realistic look at the ground situation shows how much remains to be done. NEW
  (14 January 2015)

Putin on the barricade
‘No pasaran’
  The President’s 4th December state-of-the-nation address was a rallying cry for the home audience.
  (10 December 2014)

The New Information War
Russia, the West and Ukraine
  The recent launch by Russia of a new information site, called Sputnik, coupled with the launch of a British edition of the Russia Today television channel is stirring debate about a gathering ‘information war’ between Russia and the West. NEW
  (20 November 2014)

Letter from Moscow
Russia under sanctions
  Life in the capital is less stressful than most Western media suggest.
  (23 October 2014)

Pre-election Ukraine
Where ways diverge
  With less than two months to parliamentary elections, President Poroshenko and premier Yatsenyuk have different ideas about Ukraine’s direction.
  (7 September 2014)

Beyond the screen
Related happenings
  Day to day event affecting major shifts in Russia/Eurasia national and international conduct
  (3 September 2014)

Kiev coming apart?
Key parliamentary coalition crumbles
  The resignation of premier Yatseniuk puts a spotlight on President Poroshenko’s limitations.
  (28 July 2014)

Ukraine’s Poroshenko
From pacifist to war-maker
  In Kiev, the leadership shows worrying signs of a lurch against international restraint
  (3 July 2014)

Petro Poroshenko
Confectioner with a mountain to climb
  There can be no quick answers to the formidable political and security challenges facing Ukraine’s new President. NEW
  (10 June 2014)

Ukraine's oligarchs
Back with a vengeance
  Twice in 10 years, Ukrainian oligarchs have been denounced by Maydan protesters. But again they are there to stay.
  (21 May 2014)




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New 'front' in Ukraine
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How to regain momentum
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Minsk II
Cautions and questions
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A Ukraine ‘solution’
Need for diplomacy step by step
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Putin on the barricade
‘No pasaran’
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The New Information War
Russia, the West and Ukraine
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Russia under sanctions
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Pre-election Ukraine
Where ways diverge
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Related happenings
(3 September 2014)
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Key parliamentary coalition crumbles
(28 July 2014)
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From pacifist to war-maker
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Ukraine's oligarchs
Back with a vengeance
(21 May 2014)
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From bad to worse
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Putin, Russia and Ukraine
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