Материалы: ‘Ukraine crisis’

Vasilenko S.A. – The influence of the crisis in Ukraine on Russian-Australian relations


Vasilenko Sergey Andreevich, 5th year student of the Faculty of Oriental Studies and History, Pedagogical Institute of the Pacific National University (Khabarovsk) Abstract: The crisis in Ukraine has changed not only Russia’s relations with European countries, but also with the countries of the Asia-Pacific region, including Australia. The sanctions imposed by Australia against Russia and […]

Gallup: Ukrainians Loathe the Government that Obama Imposed


Eric Zuesse On December 23rd, Gallup headlines “Ukrainians Disillusioned With Leadership,” and reports that “nearly nine in 10 Ukrainians (88%) say corruption is widespread in their government, and about eight in 10 (81%) see the same widespread problem in their country’s businesses.” 8% of Ukrainians now say they “have confidence … about the national government.” 17% approve […]

The Ukraine place in the United States’ plans against Russia


During the conference, sponsored by the oil company Chevron, US Undersecretary of State Victoria Nuland reported that, since 1991, her country had invested in Ukraine, which is one of the most strategically important countries, more than 5 billion dollars. She added that it was done not to eradicate poverty. A few days before there was […]



By John Helmer, Moscow The Dutch Government has decided to launch a missile attack on Moscow in October. By suppressing all evidence obtained from the bodies of victims of the crash of Malaysian Airlines MH17, officials of the Dutch Safety Board and associated Dutch military officers, police and prosecutors are preparing to release a report […]



By John Helmer, Moscow Political responsibility and legal liability, like fish rot, start at the head. President Barack Obama’s and President Vladimir Putin’s heads, to be exact. For evidence of the destruction of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17, and of the 298 people on board, what the two presidents knew from the start — before the […]

Pepe Escobar in eastern Ukraine: Howling in Donetsk


Asia Times’ roving correspondent Pepe Escobar just returned from a reporting trip to the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR), the pro-Russian enclave in the Donetsk Oblast province of eastern Ukraine. The area’s been the scene of heavy fighting between pro-Russian rebels and the Ukrainian military. Escobar traveled to Donetsk at the invitation of  Europa Objektiv, a German-based […]

Outright lies from the New York Times: What you need to know about the dangerous new phase in the Ukraine crisis


While establishment media toe Washington’s line, violence and instability have shaken the Ukraine this week PATRICK L. SMITH The slightly fetid “phony war” in Ukraine—the unsettling stagnation noted in this space a month ago—is emphatically over. Suddenly there is movement on several fronts, and some of it is promising. But this is a dangerous moment, […]

Rostislav Ishchenko: “Project” Ukraine “completed”


Putin went to the summit of the Group of Twenty (G 20), without waiting for the end of the program. Of course, the Russian president has the right to sleep on his arrival in Moscow, the more that “to work on Monday.” It is possible that the plane on which it is necessary to “eight […]

Alexander Zapolskis. Soros: EU should plunge Ukraine into a war – or bury the EU Ukraine


Smart guy named George Soros gave an interview to the German magazine Cicero. His much quoted today on both sides of the geopolitical front line. With “our side” – more ridicule. And a very good reason. Soros – a man is definitely smart. Without looking, it was clean water speculator. To make a fortune in […]

Paul J. Saunders – How Russia Sees the Ukraine Crisis


Though Ukraine’s not-quite cease-fire is far preferable to the summer’s heavier fighting, it is far from clear that it will lead to a sustainable settlement between Kiev and eastern Ukrainian separatists, Moscow and Kiev, or the United States and Russia.  A recent presentation at the Center for the National Interest by Andranik Migranyan, a well-informed […]