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U.S. urges Russia to cease blocking navigation near Crimea, reverse build-up of forces along Ukraine's border
Apr 21, 2021 | Robert A. McConnell (comments)
The United States calls on Russia to cease blocking navigation near occupied Crimea and reverse its build-up of forces along Ukraine's border. "The United States expresses its deep concern over […]
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US and NATO warn Russia not to blockade Ukrainian ports
Apr 20, 2021 | Robert A. McConnell (providing comments)
Russian President Vladimir Putin is restricting access to a sea that is home to an important Ukrainian port city in an apparent bid to strengthen his military’s ability to threaten those areas, […]
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British warships head for Black Sea as Russian troops mass on Ukrainian border
Apr 20, 2021 | Robert A. McConnell (providing comments)
Royal Navy warships will sail for the Black Sea next month as tensions continue to rise between Ukrainian and Russian forces. Putting the ships off the coast of Ukraine is […]
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Carbominer interview with CEO and Founder Nick Oseyko
Apr 15, 2021
Mike Buryk releases another podcast from the Made in Ukraine Tech Startup Edition series, "Carbominer Interview with CEO and Founder Nick Oseyko." Carbominer is a Ukrainian hardware startup that is […]
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Interview with Adrian Karmazyn
Apr 15, 2021
Mike Buryk releases a new podcast from the Криниця (Krynytsya) --- The Well series - "Interview with Adrian Karmazyn" Adrian Karmazyn, who used to work for USUF, is a Ukrainian American […]
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On the Digital Frontier: 5 Misconceptions about Ukraine and its Tech Startups
Apr 15, 2021
Charles Whitehead, co-founder of Business Incubators, offers a presentation on 5 misconceptions about Ukraine and its tech startups. It is followed by a discussion about the misconceptions with Dominique Piotet, […]
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Celebrating the 60th Anniversary of the First Human Flight into Space
Apr 14, 2021
April 12, 2021 marked the 60th anniversary of the First Human Flight into Space by Soviet astronaut Yuri Gagarin. Although this was a successful Soviet Union project, it was the effort […]
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Common Elements Treatment Approach Helps Addressing PTSD in Veterans in Ukraine
Apr 13, 2021 | Katherine Boyko
The war in eastern Ukraine started by Putin in 2014 under the pretence of protecting the Russian-speaking population in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions has reached a stalemate, largely resulting […]
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Four Ukrainian soldiers killed in shelling, Kremlin holds talk on Donbas behind Ukraine’s back
Apr 05, 2021 | Val Stutz, USUF Intern
On March 26, four Ukrainian soldiers were killed in Donbas as a result of another ceasefire violation. According to the Ukrainian military, Russian forces targeted Ukrainian positions with 82mm mortars, […]
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Post-2014 Ukraine: occupied territories of Crimea and Donbas in view of vectors of Ukraine’s regional and global integration
Apr 02, 2021 | Natalya Belitser, Senior Expert, Pylyp Orlyk Institute for Democracy
On 23 February 2021, the Center for European Studies of Rutgers State University (New Jersey, USA) organized an online workshop on “Post-Soviet Spaces: Conflagrations and Integrations” with the aim to […]
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