Ukraine

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Group.png Ukraine  
Type nation state
Location Europe
SubpageUkraine/2014 presidential election
The largest country entirely within Europe, a former part of the USSR.

Ukraine is a country in Eastern Europe.[1] Ukraine borders the Russian Federation to the east and northeast, Belarus to the northwest, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary to the west, Romania and Moldova to the southwest, and the Black Sea and Sea of Azov to the south and southeast, respectively. It has an area of 603628km², making it the largest country entirely within Europe.[2][3][4]  

Events

EventDate
2014 Ukraine coup/Odessa massacre2 May 2014
Malaysia Airlines Flight 1717 July 2014
 

Related Documents

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After Yugoslavia, Ukraine?article14 February 2014Thierry MeyssanTelling parallels and juxtapositions between the 2013-14 rioting in Ukraine and the dissolution of Yugoslavia
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Is Ukraine drifting toward civil war and Great Power confrontation?article20 February 2014Paul Craig RobertsThe solution to a 'problem' requires that the nature of the problem be accurately diagnosed and understood; the mass of the worlds populations - especially in the West are uniformly miss and dis-informed about major issues rendering genuine 'solutions' impossible - it is the SOP of US-Western Power
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File:OHCHR eighth report on Ukraine.pdfreport15 December 2014United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
Russia-US Conventional Military Balancearticle24 July 2015'The Saker'Further thoughts on the US-Russia conventional military balance in light of continuing NATO sabre-rattling around Russia's western/southern borderlands
Russia’s “Save Ukraine” Memorandum: Prevent the Ukraine from “Going Fascist”article13 February 2014The geo-politics of the 2013-14 Ukraine riots and the US push for 'Regime-change' from the perspective of a high-level Russian think-tank.
The Meaning of the US Saber-Rattling at the Borders of Russiaarticle18 July 2015'The Saker'Some thoughts on the Russia - NATO military balance in light of NATO posturing, excercises and sabre-rettling around Russia's wetern and southern borders
The Rape of Ukraine: Phase Two Beginsarticle28 February 2014William EngdahlNATO-backed para-military mercenary organisation UNA-UNSO involved in Gladio-style murder of 'protestors' in Ukraine
The geopolitics of the Ukrainian conflictarticle20 February 2014'The Saker'A 'eureka!' article about the geopolitics of the 2013-14 civil conflict in Ukraine.
Ukraine and How the West Treats Comparable Events in Satellite and Non-Satellite Countries Differentlyarticle27 January 2014Stephen GowansA pithy, succinct illustration of how, in matters of foreign affairs, the language and terminology of western media coverage changes according to the status of the government/country being reported on, as either approved or unapproved of by western geo-political interests. More subtle than "one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter", but analogous.
Victoria Nuland's 'Ukraine-gate' Deceptionsarticle9 February 2014Daniel McAdamsA rundown of the for-public-consumption deceptions of Victoria Nuland in connection with her "Ukraine-Gate" telephone call gaff, details of which broke in early February 2014


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References

  1. "The World Factbook – Ukraine". Central Intelligence Agency. 7 January 2014. Retrieved 23 January 2014. 
  2. Chin, Richard (2011). Global Clinical Trials. Elsevier. p. 345. ISBN 0-12-381537-1. 
  3. Evans, Chandler (2008). Future of Google Earth. BookSurge. p. 174. ISBN 1-4196-8903-7. 
  4. "Basic facts about Ukraine". Ukrainian consul in NY. Retrieved 10 November 2010.