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Supporting Ukraine: Is the West doing enough?

CHATHAM HOUSE With Putin’s failure to capture Kyiv and his heavy losses on land and at sea, Ukraine has redrawn its end goal for this...

Ukraine – hope of an early demise springs eternal

ES. Vienna, June 24, 2022 How is Vlad's health? The question, as his horrible war continues to devastate Ukraine and isolate Russia ever further, is...

Nearly right – Erdogan demands extradition of deceased writer before Turkey agrees to new NATO members

by Edward Steen, Secretary-General Vienna, May 21, 2022 Turkey is milking NATO applications by Sweden and Finland for all they are worth, among them lifting of...

Day 86 of the Ukraine war “absolute evil, absolute stupidity.” Updates incl on propaganda war

(es) Vienna, May 21, 2022 Ukrainian President Zelensky describes conditions in the east of the country as "hell". Intensifying Russian bombardment had left the Donbas...

Upmarket media bucking downward trend on news web traffic as NYT reports record figures

es Vienna, June 20, 2022 UK Press Gazette, which has become one of the most informative publications in Europe, printed and especially digital since going...

What if Yulia Tymoshenko is right? Does Putin intend to exterminate Ukraine?

es. Vienna, May 20, 2021 Interview with the Wiener Zeitung, Vienna, today Yulia Tymoshenko is the icon of Ukraine's Orange Revolution in 2004, when a mass...

Azovstal resistance ends – fate of soldiers unclear

es Vienna, May 18, 2022 A total of 694 Ukrainian fighters holed up in the giant Azovstal steelworks in Mariupol have surrendered in the last...

Russia learns a hard lesson about the folly of war

Great powers usually come off worse when they invade smaller countries by Gideon Rachman, Chief Foreign Affairs Commentator of the Financial Times Vladimir Putin was not...

Johnson’s Ukraine support hides less glorious UK past

London, May 6, 2022 Britain's stance on Ukraine wins plaudits, but questions remain about the UK’s wider record on Russia and whether its tone will...

Nato latest: Turkey expected to back off from vetoing Finland and Sweden

BERLIN/STOCKHOLM, May 15 (Reuters) - NATO and the United States said on Sunday they were confident Turkey would not hold up membership of Finland...

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