Tag: Russian peace-keepers

Suggesting Kyiv Provocation in Transdniestria May Presage a Russian Attack on Ukraine from There

October 8, 2014

Staunton, October 5 – One of the characteristics of Vladimir Putin’s behavior — just as has been the case with other dictators in the past — is that he has often signaled what he intends to do by blaming those he intends to attack for something they have not done and have no intention of […]

Russians and Ukrainians Becoming Like Serbs and Croatians, Solovey Says

July 16, 2014

Staunton, July 16 – The conflict in southeastern Ukraine is becoming like the Yugoslav war with the Russians and Ukrainians becoming like the Serbs and Croatians, developments which mean that “we cannot now even imagine the consequences” of this war for the region and the world, according to Valery Solovey of the Moscow State Institute […]