Tag: Dmitro Yarosh

A Russian Maidan in the works?

On March 1st, at the Russian opposition’s ‘anti-crisis’ demonstration (transformed into a march of mourning for slain Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov), police arrested Aleksey Goncharenko, a deputy of Ukraine’s parliament, the Supreme Rada. It remains unclear why a Ukraine Rada deputy would be in Moscow given the strained relations […]

Who is in charge of Ukraine today?

The dominant condescending and appeasing tone towards the new Ukrainian authorities in the West clearly contradicts to its democratic and humanitarian values, it persistently promotes in the world. Any attentive unbiased observer of the situation in this post-Soviet state and the Western policies in the region cannot help but feel […]

World War III over Ukraine, anyone?

It is essential that those working to damp down foreign crises understand the perspectives of the parties involved. This sounds obvious enough, but isn’t always the case. As Russia and the United States face off over Ukraine, this country’s political leaders embrace a narrative far different from what Russian President […]

Russia is back

The date March 1, 2014 has already entered the annals of history, simply because that day marks the formal recognition of something that had already been going on for several years – the post-Soviet period has come to an end, the unipolar world is now a thing of the past, […]