Neither Russia nor the west can satisfy their individual goals in Ukraine, but if they fail to find a solution to the crisis they risk the destruction of this divided nation
The Russian President might not fear the west, or seek its approval, but his current imperialist policy is deeply flawed
Listen to our discussion on the current crisis in the Ukraine which considered the wider implications of Russia's invasion of Crimea
Ukraine's ambassador to Britain condemns the Crimean referendum and explains why a stronger stance is needed against Russia
"It is Putin the conservative and not Putin the realist who decided to violate Ukraine’s sovereignty."
Crisis has struck in Crimea and spiraled across the Western world, but how far will Russia go?
"It is no surprise that Ukraine has ceased to function as a state—the surprise is that it ever appeared to do so"
See below a joint statement from the leaders of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States and the President of the European Council and President of the European...
A Downing Street spokesman said:“The Prime Minister remains gravely concerned about events in Ukraine and is determined to pursue all avenues to reduce tensions and de-escalate a very dangerous...
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