Tag: color revolutions

Two Years After Ukraine’s Euromaidan Revolution, Is The West Betraying Its Values?

February 19, 2016

On the morning of February 18, 2014, all hell broke loose in Kiev. After 90 days of protesting, young activists who were tired of the corrupt government marched to the Presidential Administration to demand that President Viktor Yanukovych sign the association agreement with the European Union. Yanukovych answered — with brutality. His Berkut riot police […]

Moscow Seeking to Hijack Possible New Color Revolution in Moldova, Pirozhkov Says

October 6, 2015

Staunton, October 6 – Many in the West assume that popular risings against sitting governments in the post-Soviet states will work only to put in place a more democratic and Western-oriented regime, but in such unsettled times, at least one outside player – Russia — sees a chance them to install a less democratic and […]

In Armenia, Moscow Seeks Phantom Victory over Phantom Color Revolution, Latynina Says

June 29, 2015

Staunton, June 28 – Many Russian analysts have suggested that the Kremlin views what is going on in Armenia as a color revolution because it is incapable of thinking about any protests in the former Soviet republics as anything but the actions of foreign governments in general and the United States in particular. But Yuliya […]