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Roger Annis | How far are the U.S., Europe and Canada prepared to go to defend the right-wing government in Kyiv? "Just watch us."
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Philip Breedlove
David J. Climenhaga | How else but profound ignorance bordering on a vegetative state can we explain the astonishment among the West's journalists at NATO's apparently shocking revelation last week? How else indeed!
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Mark Bartalmai | The Donbass region of southeast Ukraine is facing a humanitarian catastrophe of unprecedented proportions.
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United Nations Headquarters, New York
David J. Climenhaga | Canadians deserve to know: Is the government of Canada against the glorification of Nazism, or not?
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Roger Annis | By a 'conservative estimate', 4000 people have died in the war in eastern Ukraine, including 1,000 since a Sept. 'ceasefire'. But who is responsible and why?
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Russia's New Rubles
David J. Climenhaga | It looks like Prime Minister Stephen Harper's violently militaristic anti-Russian rhetoric is aimed directly at his own feet. Ain't it a funny old world?
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Boris Kagarlitsky | Russian writer Boris Kagarlitsky examines troubling political trends in the autonomous region of Donetsk and Luhansk and the sharp limits of assistance from Russia to rebel forces.
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Roger Annis | The Oct. 26 election to Ukraine's Rada is another step down the road of violent, right wing government.
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Malaysia Airlines Flight MH-17 crash site
Christopher Majka | Conspiracy theory accounts about Malaysia Airlines MH-17 continue to be promulgated. Confusing the gullible is the objective; employing "useful idiots" is the means. Shame on those who continue this.
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Renfrey Clarke | In advance of the G20 summit meeting to be held in Brisbane, Australia this month, Prime Minister Tony Abbott is stepping up his anti-Russia rhetoric over the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.
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Mercedes Allen | Peter LaBarbera returns to Canada, and his copy of Sodom, the Russian anti-LGBT documentary, is seized. I review it, and yes, it is triggery.
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Vasily Koltashov and Boris Kagarlitsky | Russia's liberals are scrambling to reach accomodation with NATO and the West, at nearly any price, including Russian sovereignty.