Crimea and Canada’s Role in Ukraine

This article was also published on iAffairs.ca. Since 2014, the dispute between Ukraine and Russia over Crimea has contributed to further tensions as violence in eastern Ukraine persists. This article probes Russia’s annexation of Crimea; Western and specifically Canadian support for Ukraine; peacekeeping technologies; and brief economic considerations, through the perspectives of Professor Walter Dorn, …

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Fostering communications and negotiations among youth in Ukraine, Russia and the West

Fostering communications and negotiations among youth in Ukraine, Russia and the West By Olga Stoliarchuk, April 27, 2015 Youth constitute the largest part of the population in many regions, thus the role of youth in recent globalization and cross-border processes is now more crucial than ever. Youth all over the world are not only contributing …

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The War in Ukraine

The War in Ukraine By Anastasia Popova, April 23, 2015 Do you remember that episode from “Forrest Gump”, when at an anti-war gathering next to the Lincoln Monument Forrest has started to speak passionately about the War in Vietnam and the sound went out while he had his say? Every time I write about the war …

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Ukraine-Russia-West Conflict: Citizens Bypassing Official Channels Using Technology to Connect Conflicting Parties

Ukraine-Russia-West Conflict: Citizens Bypassing Official Channels Using Technology to Connect Conflicting Parties By Adnan Zuberi, March 23, 2015 How did ordinary citizens organize live diplomatic broadcasts between: – An Ukrainian national in Kyiv that is a journalist and now an elected MP, – Canada’s military college defense chair and UN peacekeeping panelist, and – a former …

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