Posts Tagged ‘Odessa’

  1. An incongruous claim III


    November 14, 2014 by AK

    Following parts I and II, I repeat parts of Putin’s “true history of Ukraine“: Perhaps you are not aware that in 1922, part of the land that you just named, land that historically always bore the name of Novorossiya… Why this name? This was because there was essentially a single region with its centre at …
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  2. Disaster in Odessa


    May 4, 2014 by AK

    Howard Amos reporting live from Odessa, where pro-Russian crowds are storming the police headquarteres to free the pro-Russian militants (and, I fear, butcher the pro-Kyiv detainees). Via February 31st. Amos links to a blog post (in Russia) detailing the tragic confrontation in Odessa on May 2. I have read similar versions elsewhere on Russian sites/networks. …
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  3. DKSR+OSR=?


    March 28, 2014 by AK

    Victor Yanukovich is expected to speak in Rostov-on-Don today. It could be yet another asinine press conference but the alarmist in me feels otherwise. What if Yanukovich asks – “as the legitimate president, I hereby request” – Putin to “restore the constitutional order” in Ukraine? That would send Russian tanks rolling in. Russia has spent enough …
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