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European Mixed Messages

By signing the Association Agreement (AA), the European Union (EU) has assumed joint responsibility for ensuring this ambitious deal is not undermined. The AA’s text also underscores the EU’s support for Ukraine’s independence, sovereignty, and territorial integrity. Despite these commitments, ...

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The Difficult Road to Reform

By Nick Krawetz Ukraine has at last signed the Association Agreement (AA) with the European Union (EU), which aims to accelerate the deepening of political and economic relations between Ukraine and the 28-member bloc. By signing this agreement, Ukraine has ...

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Where is Ponomarev?

What happened to the separatist leader who called himself the ‘voice of the people’? From the beginning of the separatist revolt on 12 April, Viacheslav Ponomarev pronounced himself the ‘people’s mayor’ of Sloviansk. He immediately became one of the most ...

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On the Effects of Viewing Russian Television

Russian and Ukrainian viewers react differently to Russian TV coverage. In Russia, where broadcasting is tightly controlled by the state and mainstream media is not allowed to criticize government policy, television shapes the thinking of many viewers. Vladimir Putin, by ...

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Around the world with Ukrainian flag

Добрий день шановні друзі! Hello, dear Media Centre! I live in Halifax with my family. About a month ago we met our friend Sergei Morozov who accomplished his round the world journey in Halifax!! Here is the link: http://thechronicleherald.ca/novascotia/1209064-solo-sailor-conquers-globe. There ...

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