Germany and Austria have criticized a US Senate Russia sanctions bill that could open EU firms up to fines for participation in a new gas pipeline. While the bill has a flaw, it isn't protectionist, says US expert Jeffrey Rathke

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Photo: Jeffrey Rathke, Senior Fellow at CSIS

In the first days after the attack of Nazi Germany on the Soviet Union, about 2,000 people were executed. It now appears that the remains of some of these victims have been found at a site that came to be known as the Lutsk prison massacre.

 

ANALYTICAL REPORT: by Oleg Ustenko, Julia Segura, Valentyn Povroznyuk and Edilberto L. Segura for the SigmaBleyzer multinational private equity firm and The Bleyzer Foundation (TBF), Kyiv, Ukraine


Published by the U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC), Washington, D.C., Friday, June 16, 2017

 

 

The poll suggests Ukraine's 2017/18 exports will fall to 14.6 million tonnes from the USDA's 17.8-million-tonne estimate for this year, while the 2017 crop is forecast at 24.5 million tonnes, down 8.6 percent year-on-year.

 

The Nuclear Cooperation Agreement enables Australia to export uranium to Ukraine, one of the world's top ten generators of nuclear power.

 

According to Patriarch Sviatoslav, the memory of the Vistula Operation and its tragic consequences should lead to inter-ethnic Polish-Ukrainian understanding and dialogue.

OSCE observers inspect a private building that was destroyed by shelling in Avdiyivka last month.

 

Analyst: “Since the two men [Poroshenko and Turchynov] are close political allies, we don’t see such comments as a rift, but rather the early stages of determining a revised approach to the Donbas war.

 

Ahead of the vote on June 14, U.S. Senator John McCain criticized the Kremlin for what he called a brazen attack on our democracy

 

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Masha Gessen on what this week’s large-scale protests could mean for Putin’s reign.

 

Photo: People chant slogans during an unauthorized opposition rally in Moscow on June 12, 2017. 

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