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      Rosneft & Systema Locked In Legal Battle
      Aug17

      Rosneft & Systema Locked In Legal Battle

      In a headline-grabbing lawsuit between Russian corporate giants, regional oil company Bashneft and its parent Rosneft will be hoping to press home their claims tomorrow (Thursday) in the Bashkortostan regional capital of Ufa that the telecoms-to-travel conglomerate Sistema systematically stripped Bashneft of value while it owned the firm prior to...

      Rosneft & Systema Locked In Legal Battle
      Aug17

      Rosneft & Systema Locked In Legal Battle

      In a headline-grabbing lawsuit between Russian corporate giants, regional oil company Bashneft and its parent Rosneft will be hoping to press home their claims tomorrow (Thursday) in the Bashkortostan regional capital of Ufa that the telecoms-to-travel conglomerate Sistema systematically stripped Bashneft of value while it owned the firm prior to...

      Who Is Supplying North Korea With Missile Technology?
      Aug17

      Who Is Supplying North Korea With Missile Technology?

      A recent article in The New York Times about “Ukrainian engines for North Korea” suggests a cleverly orchestrated propaganda attack against Ukraine. According to an expert evaluation by the Ukrainian based Centre for Army, Conversion and Disarmament Studies (CACDS), the article in The New York Times “North Korea’s Missile Success Is Linked...

      Spirit of Ukraine: Traditional Festival in North London
      Aug15

      Spirit of Ukraine: Traditional Festival in North London

      Fantastic Ukrainian Festival is coming back to Forty Hall, Enfield. Easily accessible for Londoners, this event has earned popularity and love among Ukrainian community and those who are interested in learning about Ukrainian culture. Come to see traditional Ukrainian dancing and music, enjoy traditional food and drinks, buy souvenirs and...

      Battle of the oligarchs returns to court
      Aug08

      Battle of the oligarchs returns to court

      A classic oligarch v oligarch battle returns to court in Moscow on Tuesday (8 August), as attorneys for the telecoms-to-oil conglomerate Sistema seek again to postpone proceedings initiated by state-controlled oil giant Rosneft. The Rosneft claim concerns a mid-sized oil company called Bashneft. The company had been the subject of...

      Russia Seizes US Diplomatic Property & Expels Diplomats
      Jul28

      Russia Seizes US Diplomatic Property & Expels Diplomats

      Russia has ordered the USA to cut the number of diplomatic staff it has in the country and has also seized a dacha compound and warehouse used by US officials in retaliation for new sanctions against Moscow. Embassy staff must leave the country by 1 September, the Foreign Ministry said in a statement, in a move triggered by the US Senate’s...

      US Senate Imposes New Sanctions On Russia
      Jul28

      US Senate Imposes New Sanctions On Russia

      The U.S. Senate voted almost unanimously on Thursday (27 July) to impose new sanctions on Russia, placing President Donald Trump in a tough position by forcing him to take a hard line on Moscow or veto the legislation and infuriate his own Republican Party. It may also cause the EU to waver on its own sanctions amid fears over energy security....

      Siemens Withdraws From Russian Energy Projects
      Jul22

      Siemens Withdraws From Russian Energy Projects

      German industrial giant Siemens will withdraw from a Russian joint venture after discovering that four of its gas turbines were illegally shipped to Crimea. The company will also halt deliveries of power generation equipment to Russian state-controlled customers for the “time being”. Siemens confirmed that it had received “credible information”...

      NATO & Ukrainian Marines Practice Amphibious Assault
      Jul19

      NATO & Ukrainian Marines Practice Amphibious Assault

      U.S. and Ukrainian Marines have launched a coordinated amphibious assault from a Turkish ship against a beachhead on Wednesday (19th July), during Exercise Sea Breeze in Mykolaivka, Ukraine. The partnered Marine forces assaulted the beach in two different waves with firepower from a land force to support the attack. The coordinated attack...

      Kremlin Launches Attack On Freedom Of Expression
      Jul18

      Kremlin Launches Attack On Freedom Of Expression

      Russia has introduced significant restrictions to online speech and invasive surveillance of online activity and prosecutes critics under the guise of fighting extremism, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today (18 July). The 83-page report, “Online and On All Fronts: Russia’s Assault on Freedom of Expression,” documents Russian...