Greater regional autonomy may be the only way to keep what’s left of “Ukraine” together.
Ukraine’s “turn to the West,” together with the effects of austerity, will deindustrialize Ukraine and turn it into an agricultural appendage of the EU.
The United States and the European Union have imposed new sanctions on Russia, and the moves come as the crisis in eastern Ukraine faces continued chaos.
The popular, proletarian protest movement with strong social justice aspirations in eastern Ukraine has acted judiciously, avoiding needless violence.
The vast majority of our leaders and lawmakers do not yet seem to understand that national interest can no longer be at cross-purposes with planetary interest.
For the past quarter-century, Russia has stood and watched as the United States, NATO, and the European Union have advanced their borders and sphere of influence eastwards to…
Robert Parry: The Obama administration and Kiev government claimed that Russian soldiers were present at the building occupations, yet it turns out that this was assertion based on…