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Press about Ukraine in US and Canada. MAR 18, 2015

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The American Interest (USA): Ukraine Limps Its Way Out of Winter

 Newsweek (USA):Sweden Labels Russia Its Biggest Threat

Macleans (Canada): The world as we see it

Business Insider (USA): Putin just cemented a new land grab

Mashable (USA)Putin leads massive Moscow street party on Crimea anniversary

Global TV (Canada): Putin says Russia’s annexation of Crimea driven by ‘historic roots’

Voice of America (USA)Putin Addresses Rally Marking 1st Anniversary of Crimea Annexation

Toronto Star (Canada): Putin tells Kremlin crowd Crimea move driven by ‘historic roots’

Newsweek (USA):Conflict Deaths Surge by More Than a Quarter in 2014

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (USA): One Year Later, Crimea’s Tatars Even Further In The Shadows

CBC (Canada): Slain Russian opposition leader’s support for sanctions called motive for assassination

National Newswatch (Canada):Globe and Mail leads National Newspaper Award nominations with 16 finalists

Los Angeles Times (USA):   Body count from world’s bloodiest wars spikes in 2014

Metro News (Canada)Putin says Russia regained ‘historic roots’ in Crimea

National Newswatch (Canada): Canada contributes $7.1M to support democracy in Ukraine

The American Interest (USA):The European Sanctions Dance

Newsweek (USA): Exclusive: Opposition Leaders in London Are Putin’s Next Target

Canada Free Press (Canada)Statement by the Prime Minister of Canada one year after the Crimean “Referendum”

The Washington Post (USA) A year after Crimean annexation, threat of conflict remains

Foreign Affairs (USA): Ukrainian Politics Abroad

Newsweek (USA): NATO Intercepts 11 Russian Jets as War Games Continue

San Francisco Chronicle (USA): Sweden: Russia biggest threat, 1/3 of its envoys are spies

Time (USA) Death Tolls of World Conflicts Rose Dramatically Last Year

CNBC (USA):  We’re not distracted by Russia crisis: Nato

Foreign Policy (USA): FP’s Situation Report: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wins; Republicans boost DoD’s budget; A U.S. drone is missing in Syria; Tone changes on guns in Ukraine, and much more from around the world

Foreign Policy (USA):  Monitoring Group Looks to Publish Photographs of Cease-Fire Violations in Ukraine

International Business Times (USA)Donetsk, Luhansk Leaders Refuse Compromise With Ukraine On Special Status; Lavrov Condemns Law

USA TODAY (USA) Ukraine rebels warn they could abandon cease-fire


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