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I would like to offer a key of understanding in a wider international context of the Ukrainian crisis that has so far provoked a river of words in the West - more often comments than explanations - on what was happening first in Kiev and then in Crimea.

 

Apart from the warmongering rhetoric the only real War that we were witnessing until now is the one between the competing proposals and initiatives of Aid to Ukraine coming from Russia, European Union and USA respectively.

 

This phenomenon shows once again that international relations and power policies among States are progressively and now more than ever before relying on the policies and programmes of Aid and Assistance.

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International Affairs Magazine: “Dear Mr. Scholar, what are the main challenges currently facing our country, what is lacking for the active development of trade and economic

The Federation Council presented its next Annual Report of the Integration Club under the Chairman of the Federation Council to the professional community and journalists. The Integration Club today is an informal but at

The International Business Forum "Doing Business with Russia”, was a notable event in Sacramento, the capital of California. Participants at the roundtable discussions included official representatives of the Russian Federation, the federal government and the U.S. State of California, as well as the leadership of American trade associations and members of the business community. One meeting was attended by a correspondent from the Slavic Sacramento news portal (SlavicSac.com), Ruslan Gurzhiy. We offer you his work.

An interview with the Chairman of the Union of Oil and Gas Producers of Russia, Yuri Shafranik.

 

“Mr. Shafranik, how do you assess the prospects for production of hydrocarbons in the Mediterranean Sea shelf?”

“The Mediterranean covers a large area. The offshore areas of Egypt, Israel, Lebanon, Syria, Cyprus and Turkey are a subject of wide interest. They are definitely attractive, but we can’t talk about the prospects earlier than when the first wells start to produce oil and gas in a few years time.

Viridian Gallery in New York is pleased to present an exhibition of paintings by the artist Valerii Klymchuk entitled Cultural Differences”. The show opens January 14th and continues through February 1st, 2014.

Valerii Klymchuk is an artist who is also a System Analyst mathematician from Artemovsk in the Ukraine. Artemovsk is in Donetskaya Oblast (Donetsk region), about an hour north of Donetsk, the heart of eastern Ukraine, a part of the country made up of industrial towns, factories and smokestacks. Like many before him, he came to America seeking to discover his dream and even his purpose for being on this planet.