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Will Japan and Russia tensions over contested Pacific Islands spill over into war?

A leaked version of Japan’s yearly text on its foreign policy suggests that its government is taking a tougher stance on its long-standing conflict with Russia

Russia-Ukraine Conflict Biden’s reality check in Europe

Dissenting voices are rising in Europe as western sanctions against Russia start backfiring with price hikes and shortages of fuel and electricity

Understanding the conflict in Ukraine and perspectives for the anti-war movement

Peace activists Abby Martin and Brian Becker sat down for a discussion about the Russia-Ukraine conflict, directed at the anti-war movement

What are the Minsk agreements and what are their role in the Russia-Ukraine crisis?

Under pressure from ultra-nationalists and Russophobes, successive governments in Ukraine have failed to address the grievances of the Russian speaking majority in the Donbass region. Ukraine has also not implemented the provisions of the Minsk agreement signed in 2015 to end the conflict in the region

Memo to Congress: Diplomacy for Ukraine Is Spelled M-i-n-s-k

If the US government wants to play a constructive role in Ukraine, it should support an already existing framework for a solution to the crisis

UN Security Council holds session on Ukraine, Poland pledges arms and other stories

Today we look at the UN Security Council special session on Ukraine, a major oil spill spreading to Ecuador’s Amazon region, and more

Russia-Ukraine Conflict Russia accuses US and NATO of provoking war in Ukraine 

A UN Security Council meeting was called to discuss the situation in eastern Europe where tensions are rising amid a stand off between NATO and Russia

Russia-US talks continue, understanding UAE’s game plan in Yemen and other stories

Today we look at talks between the U.S. and Russia, a Saudi-led coalition airstrike on a detention center in Yemen, and more

Why is the US fueling the November 15 Cuba protests?

Cuban journalist Rosa Miriam Elizalde discusses the US-backed counter-revolutionary protests planned for November 15

UN res against Nazism US, Ukraine vote against UN resolution against Nazism

51 countries including all members of the EU, Australia, News Zealand and Canada were among those who abstained from voting on the UN resolution asking members to eliminate all forms of racism and attempts to glorify Nazism. The resolution was passed with overwhelming support from the third world countries.

Trump impeachment House submits articles of impeachment against Trump to the Senate

The Republican-controlled Senate will now have to decide the form of the trial which will set the stage for the impeachment process against US president Donald Trump who stands accused of abuse of power

Russia-Ukraine talks Russia-Ukraine agreement could mark the beginning of an end to conflict

Chances for an end to the conflict in Eastern Europe have brightened following the first formal talks in the last three years between both countries’ leadership. The talks were held in Paris under a joint French and German initiative

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