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The Coup in Ukraine: Obama's Dumbest Plan Yet
Posted: Saturday, March 1, 2014

The Coup in Ukraine: Obama's Dumbest Plan Yet
"Washington and Brussels ... used a Nazi coup, carried out by insurgents, terrorists and politicians of Euromaidan to serve the geopolitical interests of the West." Natalia Vitrenko, The Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine

Yanukovych Condemns Interim Ukraine Govt as Violent Usurpers
Ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych lashed out at the West on Friday for its support for what he described as the violent usurpers that seized power in his former Soviet nation over the weekend.

Putin asks parliament to use military in Ukraine

Obama 'deeply concerned' over reports of military movements by Russia

The Rape of Ukraine: Phase Two Begins
The events in Ukraine since November 2013 are so astonishing as almost to defy belief.

Armed men seize two airports in Ukraine's Crimea, Yanukovich reappears

Ukraine Interim Govt Tries to Spin Crimea Chaos as Russian Invasion

On Ukraine, Putin holds all the cards and dictates the timetable
If Russia invades Ukraine, the timing may be determined by the situation on the ground in Moscow more than the streets of Kiev and Simferopol.

Ukraine official: 8 Russian cargo planes in Crimea

Russia says Crimea deployments based on agreements with Ukraine

Ukraine: Putin Seeks Crimea Military Action
Britain and the US are calling on the Kremlin to respect Ukraine sovereignty amid claims Russian troops have been sent to Crimea.

Russia sent 'several hundred' troops into Ukraine: US official

Obama could pull Russia trip amid Ukraine tumult

Look Who the US Is Siding With in Ukraine, Egypt, and Syria
US quietly partners with neo-Nazis in Ukraine, fascists in Egypt, and al-Qaeda in Syria

China's top paper slams West's 'Cold War mentality' over Ukraine
China's top newspaper criticised the West on Thursday for remaining locked in a "Cold War mentality" against Russia in the contest for influence over Ukraine, calling for the shackles of such outmoded thinking to be cast off to deal with the crisis.

Russia Seeks Access to Bases in Eight Countries for Its Ships and Bombers
At a time of escalated tensions with the West over Ukraine, Russia says it is negotiating with eight governments around the world for access to military facilities, to enable it to extend its long-range naval and strategic bomber capabilities.

IAEA: We Didn't Shelve Any Iran Report
Yesterday's allegation from Reuters citing an unnamed "source" who claimed the IAEA killed a report critical of Iran to avoid killing negotiations with the country has sparked a harsh reaction from Israel.

France striving to stop Central African Republic split, Hollande says

'Illegal' Drone Strikes Condemned In Landslide Vote By European Politicians
Europe's politicians have voted by a landslide to propose a ban on US drone strikes that have killed thousands in Yemen and Pakistan, calling the killings "unlawful".

Venezuela's Peace Talks Proceed Despite MUD Boycott
Peace talks held in Venezuela on Wednesday were backed by social movements and community, businesses and religious groups, though the country's main political opposition coalition boycotted the event.

Owen Jones: Socialism's critics look at Venezuela and say, 'We told you so'. But they are wrong
The democratic credentials of the post-Chavez government are being maligned

When Protests and Violence Are Important to the U.S. Media
In light of the recent political demonstrations that have swept the country, Venezuela has received considerable attention from both the US State Department and mainstream media.

Florida man gets lawyer's home after attorneys leave him to rot in jail

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