The GuardianVladimir Putin blames US for Islamist terrorism and Ukraine conflictThe GuardianVladimir Putin used a meeting with foreign journalists and Russia experts to rail against the United States and the current world order, blaming Washington for many current global problems, including unrest in Ukraine and Islamic terrorism. Putin said ...Putin blasts US in speech, blaming West for conflict in UkraineFox NewsHas Putin Already Won in Ukraine? Sure Looks That WayBusinessweekRussia Blames Ukraine for Blocking Peace AccordWall Street JournalNBCNews.com -RT -Deutsche Welleall 585 news articles »
The EconomistUkraine before the electionThe EconomistUkraine has lost precious time to reform its economy, which is teetering on the verge of collapse. The first post-revolutionary government included some of the activists from the Maidan protests and proved to be pitifully weak, lacking experience and ...Ukraine Is Slowly Beginning to Crumble From the InsideSlate MagazineUkraine election: What to look forBBC NewsWar-scarred Ukraine counts down to key voteBusiness InsiderThe Guardian -Reutersall 319 news articles »
QuartzWhy sending weapons to Ukraine would be a terrible idea for the USQuartzThe Ukraine Freedom Support Act, passed last month by the US senate's Foreign Relations Committee, could mark a new kind of policy for the US in Ukraine. It doesn't propose new sanctions, or the “major non-NATO ally” designation for Ukraine, Moldova ...Ukraine crisis - the view from RussiaThe GuardianRussia still has troops in Ukraine, NATO saysReutersNATO continues claims that Russia has troops in UkraineITAR-TASSall 54 news articles »
BBC NewsUkraine election: Land of chaos and courageBBC NewsThis weekend most of Ukraine will take part in a parliamentary election. There will be no voting, though, in those areas of the east controlled by pro-Russia rebels. Ahead of the ballot, I travelled from eastern Ukraine to Kiev. Along the way I ...Ukraine Warns of Separatist Attacks, as Rebel Leader Threatens 'Heavy Military ...Newsweekall 4 news articles »
New York TimesWith Stunts and Vigilante Escapades, a Populist Gains Ground in UkraineNew York TimesROMNY, Ukraine — AS a lawmaker, Oleh Lyashko has the knack for self-promotion of a radio shock jock. He has dumped a truckload of potatoes outside the prime minister's office in support of Ukrainian farmers, tried to bring a cow into Parliament for a ...Ukraine's Radical Party of Oleh Lyashko: Facts and DetailsRIA Novostiall 2 news articles »
NewsweekDarth Vader Is Running for Prime Minister of Ukraine, Vowing to Take On PutinNewsweekAs Ukraine continues to struggle with Russian influence in its political affairs, Darth Vader, leader of the Galactic Empire has thrown his hat in the ring of the country's complex powerplay. Ukraine's so-called Internet Party has put forward the Star ...Darth Vader hopes force with him in Ukraine pollsSFGate'Darth Vader' goes to polls in Ukraine and wants to turn state into 'galactic ...Irish Independentall 90 news articles »
Daily BeastUkraines Wild and Wooly ElectionsDaily BeastODESSA, Ukraine — The three-week election campaign turned into a game of “Survivor” for Vladimir Rondin, a candidate from Odessa in parliamentary elections that could decide whether Ukraine sets a new, more democratic course, or slips back into the ...
Wall Street JournalUkraine Government Heralds Election, But Not All Voters Feel InspiredWall Street JournalUkraine's government is heralding the election as a chance for voters to continue the maidan sprit and usher in a more trustworthy, Western-oriented legislature. For President Petro Poroshenko, a strong base in the new parliament will be vital to ...and more »
The GuardianThe new generation running for parliament in UkraineThe GuardianBut events in Ukraine took over and things didn't quite go as planned. By Monday morning the 31-year-old economist and professor at Donetsk National university is expected to be elected as one of the country's newest, and youngest, members of ...
BBC NewsPutin: Russia helped Yanukovych to flee UkraineBBC NewsRussia helped ousted Ukraine President Viktor Yanukovych to flee from violent protests in February, Russian leader Vladimir Putin has said. It is the first time Mr Putin has said openly that he helped his ally to flee. Russian speakers in Ukraine's ...