Chrystia Freeland should not be punished for her grandfather's sins, but for lying to Canadians about themDavid J. Climenhaga | The fact the Foreign Affairs Minister tried to pass off her grandfather's history, which we now know to be true, as Russian disinformation should concern us all.
|Blog Roger Annis | A sabotage operation against Crimea by Ukrainian ultranationalist extremists is another uncomfortable moment for Ukraine's Western sponsors. Western media's solution is to change the subject.|
|Blog Roger Annis and Renfrey Clarke | March 16 marked the two-year referendum of the Crimean people to secede from Ukraine. The vote was overwhelmingly 'yes', but Western powers don't care; sanctions continue.|
|Blog Roger Annis | CBC's The Current does a rare report on Crimea and totally botches it.|
|Blog Roger Annis | Bias over Russia reigns supreme in the Toronto Star as 2016 opens, whereas readers deserve informed news and analysis. Meanwhile, why is mainstream media silent over human rights outrages in Turkey?|
|Blog Christopher Majka | Two principles guide Vladimir Putin's Russia: political dominance of post-Soviet space and the economic supremacy of the kleptocratic state. How, then, should the West deal with the Russian bear?|
|Blog Christopher Majka | Former Russian Deputy Energy Minister Vladimir Milov knows the corrosive power of the kleptocratic state and what political and economic ideas make Vladimir Putin tick. Peer within the crocodile mind.|
|Blog Christopher Majka | Democrat, socialist and technology savant, Ilya Ponomarev is Vladimir Putin's foremost parliamentary adversary. Now exiled and threatened by arrest, Ponomarev surveys the Russian political landscape.|
|Blog Roger Annis | The government in Kyiv has formalized a food-tranport blockade and then blowing up of electrical transmission lines initiated by the extreme-right in Ukraine.|
Right-wing extremists in Ukraine blow up electricity lines to Crimea, government blockades road cargoRoger Annis | Extemists in Ukraine mounted a food transport blockade against Crimea on Sept 20 and now have bombed electricity lines. The Ukraine gov't gives quiet backing. Does Canada's new gov't notic or caring?
|Blog Roger Annis | The decision of Crimea in March of this year to secede from Ukraine and join the Russian Federation is a key pretext for in eastern Ukraine. What lies behind Crimea's decision?|
|Podcast Redeye Collective | Roger Annis has just returned from an anti-war conference in Yalta, Crimea. He outlines the political changes in Kiev that led to the war now raging in Eastern Ukraine.|
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