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      EU Aims for Influence              A Little Closer to Home
      Dec12

      EU Aims for Influence A Little Closer to Home

      Brussels Beat: As it draws lessons from the Ukraine crisis, the EU is looking to exert influence in areas where it has real leverage—chief among them, the Balkans. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Russia, Turkey Finish Initial Pipeline Talks
      Dec11

      Russia, Turkey Finish Initial Pipeline Talks

      Turkey and Russia have held the first round of talks to build a new pipeline between the two Black Sea neighbors as Moscow seeks an alternative to the natural-gas link to the EU it scrapped earlier this month amid political tensions over Ukraine. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      U.S. Lawmakers Set to Authorize New Ukraine Financing
      Dec11

      U.S. Lawmakers Set to Authorize New Ukraine Financing

      U.S. lawmakers are heading toward authorizing new aid for Ukraine that could unlock at least $1 billion in new financing for the country as its economic turmoil deepens from its standoff with Russia. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Collapse of Industrial Heartland Reverberates Across Ukraine
      Dec09

      Collapse of Industrial Heartland Reverberates Across Ukraine

      The sweeping collapse of industry in Ukraine’s eastern Donetsk and Luhansk regions has reverberated across the country, posing serious economic problems for the government and the rebels alike. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Finland OK’S Russian-Backed Nuclear Plant
      Dec05

      Finland OK’S Russian-Backed Nuclear Plant

      Finland has approved the building of a Russian-backed nuclear power plant at a time when many western capitals are seeking to isolate Moscow over its intervention in Ukraine. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine’s Foreign-Currency Reserves   Fall
      Dec05

      Ukraine’s Foreign-Currency Reserves Fall

      Ukraine’s foreign-currency and gold reserves dropped below $10 billion in November for the first time in nearly a decade due to large payments for debt and gas. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Putin Accuses West of Provoking Ukraine Crisis
      Dec04

      Putin Accuses West of Provoking Ukraine Crisis

      Striking a defiant tone, Russian President Vladimir Putin accused the West of provoking a crisis in Ukraine and using sanctions to try to constrain Russia. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine Goes Abroad for Government Ministers
      Dec02

      Ukraine Goes Abroad for Government Ministers

      Ukraine’s parliament appointed a pro-Western government that includes a U.S.-born finance minister to take on the job of staving off financial collapse and ending the armed conflict in the east. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      EU Ministers to Discuss Ukraine Finance Needs
      Dec02

      EU Ministers to Discuss Ukraine Finance Needs

      EU finance ministers will discuss Ukraine’s financing needs at a meeting next Tuesday as the 28-nation bloc starts to consider how much more assistance it could give Kiev under what conditions, EU diplomats said. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukrainian Billionaire, Wanted by U.S., Builds Ties in Britain
      Dec02

      Ukrainian Billionaire, Wanted by U.S., Builds Ties in Britain

      When the U.K. government wanted advice early in the Ukraine crisis, it turned to a tycoon from the former Soviet republic, who was also a close associate of two British lords and a major donor to the University of Cambridge. …read more Source: The Wall Street...