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A year passed since the Maidan Square events in Kiev, provoked by Moscow’s henchman Yanukovych and his sponsors in the Kremlin. Those events were followed by a chain of drastic developments: annexation of the Crimea, raging of extremism and separatism in the Eastern Ukraine and then Russian military incursion into Ukraine’s mainland. Russia’s aggressive actions… » read more

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Russia is very persistent in the pursuit of the goal to expand its influence inside the EU at all levels and in all spheres. Moscow is constantly seeking opportunities to influence European politics and public opinion and to turn them to its own advantage. The Kremlin effectively uses numerous Russian-speaking diasporas in the EU Member… » read more

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Geschichte ist irreparable Politik (Sigmund Graff, a German writer) Hungarian politician Victor Orban started his political career on the tide of anti-soviet rhetoric in the late 1980s, when communist regime lived out the remainder of its days in Hungary. At those times the young democrat’s attitude towards Russia and Russians was very negative and even… » read more

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European leaders are trying to avoid expressing their real assessment of the situation in Ukraine in public. Such a reticence is caused by many factors, and the absence of unanimity inside the boat of European politics is the most important of them. George Soros, a multibillionaire and a philanthropist, has warned EU Member States against… » read more

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