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Occupation of Crimea

Personas:Putin (42) Crimean Tatars (23) Poroshenko (21) Dzhemilev (16) Tatars (14) Chubarov (10) Turchynov (6) Yatsenyuk (6) Stoltenberg (5) Lavrov (5)
 
Organizations:European Union (26) Russian Army (25) Ministry of Foreign Affairs (18) NATO (13) NSDC (9) The Mejlis (9) Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (8) US Department of State (8) Black Sea Fleet (8) Council of Europe (6)
 
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Ukraine files action against Russia in ICJ: "Law on our side," - Foreign Ministry

Ukraine files action against Russia in ICJ: "Law on our side," - Foreign Ministry

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"No charges can be brought against Ukraine," - Russian lawyer on defectors detained at Crimean border

"No charges can be brought against Ukraine," - Russian lawyer on defectors detained at Crimean border

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NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR STRATEGIC STUDIES PROCEEDINGS: TO THE SECOND ANNIVERSARY OF THE RUSSIAN AGGRESSION AGAINST UKRAINE

NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR STRATEGIC STUDIES PROCEEDINGS: TO THE SECOND ANNIVERSARY OF THE RUSSIAN AGGRESSION AGAINST UKRAINEFeb. 20, 2016. Ukrainian-Russian relations have a long and controversial history, dating back hundreds of years. Their main theme is the desire of Muscovy and its successors – the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union and the Russian Federation - to prevent the establishment of an independent state for the Ukrainian people and thus prevent the country from becoming a full member of the European community of nations.

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