Linda Kinstler

Obama Has Not Kept His Promise to Enforce Net Neutrality
April 24, 2014

The FCC's proposed rules could open the door to more discrimination of Internet traffic.

Which Former Soviet State Could Be the Next Ukraine?
April 21, 2014

Russia says it has an obligation to protect Russian speakers everywhere, which could be used as an excuse to make additional landgrabs.

A Year After the Boston Bombing, U.S.-Russia Counterterrorism Cooperation Is Only Getting Worse
April 16, 2014

They were never great to begin with. Now, tensions over Ukraine are making it worse.

Kiev Told Pro-Russian Separatists to Disarm, or Else. But the "Or Else" Hasn't Come.
April 14, 2014

Everything you need to know about the Ukraine crisis today.

There's Violence on the Streets of Ukraine—and in Parliament
A news roundup for April 8
April 08, 2014

What's going to happen next? Here are four possible scenarios.

Protesters in Eastern Ukraine Are Chanting "New Russia," an Old Term That's Back in Vogue
April 07, 2014

Over the weekend, pro-Russian protesters rioted in the eastern Ukrainian cities of Donetsk, Luhansk, and Kharkov. They took over government buildings and arms caches, waving Russian flags and chanting things like "Novorossiya" ("New Russia").

Crimean Tatar Leader: Ukraine Needs to Go Nuclear Again
April 02, 2014

“We in Ukraine feel cheated, we feel that we were betrayed,” he said.

The Crisis in Ukraine Reached a Tenuous Resolution Today
News roundup
March 21, 2014

Ukraine signed an Association Agreement with the E.U. on Friday, the same agreement that former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych refused to sign in November, triggering the mass protests that led to the current situation.

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