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This infographic about the Ukrainian approval of foreign leadership has been made by Statista (Statista.com)

Ukrainian Approval of Foreign Leaderships

Ukrainian approval of the EU leadership increased by 5% while that of Russian leadership reduced by 38%

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Ukraine: One Year after Euromaidan

Ukraine: One Year after Euromaidan

That was a tough year for Ukraine and Europe. Let's see what has changed!

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Independence Square - the heart of the Euromaidan protests

Legal Dynamics and Strategic Consequences of the Ukrainian Crisis

“The EU and Russia don't have a strategic plan of action and cooperation anymore, and it is necessary to strengthen the security for European States which have common boundaries with Russia”

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A very large civil society developed in Ukraine over the past year.

Ukraine - between Russia and the EU

Ukraine faces a challenging future between the Russian Federation and Europe.

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Despite the huge social, economic and political tensions in Ukraine created by the Ukrainian Crisis, the Ukrainian people are still united. In fact, according to many experts, it has helped in the nation-building process.

Is Ukraine United?

The Ukrainian Crisis has brought huge social, economic and political tensions in Ukraine, but are the Ukrainians still united?

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Sanctions are taking their toll. Russia's actions in Crimea & Eastern Ukraine, have been widely condemned by the international community.

Ukraine: Enemy at the Gates… or Rather – Already Within?

Olga Petrova is a writer for OneEurope from Eastern Ukraine. Here are her thoughts on the current crisis.

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According to Global Peace Index, Russia ranks 131st out of 140 countries in peace. This was prior to the Ukrainian Crisis.

The Death of Media Freedom in Russia

A string of extreme measures against the internet, independent media, NGOs and individuals have been developing in Russia.

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CAPTION COMPETITION! Write a cool sentence to accompany the picture in the comment field below. The one with the most likes is awesome!

The Ukrainian Crisis in a Nutshell

The situation in eastern Ukraine and Crimea could not have been described better!

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40,000 Russian troops remain on Ukraine's borders, while more and more weapons and ammunition are making their way into eastern Ukraine.

Breaking News in Ukraine

This week has been crucial in the development of the Ukrainian Crisis, and the politics of Europe as a whole.

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Militants took a photo of themselves before they took over a government building.

Crimea 2.0 - Militants Occupy Key Buildings in Eastern Ukraine

Militants equipped with Russian weapons, wearing the same uniforms as the soldiers which occupied Crimea are taking over Eastern Ukraine.

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Black Sea View

Crimea - a place where the Ukrainian summer lives!

Opinions about the current situation in Crimea.

Lidiia Kozhevnikova on

Crimea: what should the EU do?

Crimea: what should the EU do?

Europe is searching for diplomatic ways of solving the Crimean crisis

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The Unexpected Revolution: Ukraine’s Historic Urge for Unity

The Unexpected Revolution: Ukraine’s Historic Urge for Unity

This unexpected and powerful initiative is of historic importance for the Ukrainian people.

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The Costs of Euromaidan

The Costs of Euromaidan

The events that took place in recent weeks in Ukraine showed the strong will of Ukrainian people in their struggle against injustice, corruption and authoritarianism. At the same time the …

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Protesters in Kiev

Revolution: tired to be invisible

I knew that Euromaidan started at the end of 2013, beginning of 2014. That was my first New Year celebration outside my home city. We were running to be in …

Lidiia Kozhevnikova on

2014: A crucial year for Ukraine and Europe

2014: A crucial year for Ukraine and Europe

2014 promises to be a very exciting year for Ukraine, for the Eastern Partnership and for Europe.

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How will YOU celebrate New Years' Eve?

How will YOU celebrate New Years' Eve?

Throughout Europe, there will be massive fireworks, awesome concerts and great parties!

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Assaults on #EuroMaidan Activists and Journalists in Ukraine, on Christmas Day!

Assaults on #EuroMaidan Activists and Journalists in Ukraine, on Christmas Day!

The assaults, beatings and bombings of journalists and peaceful protesters in Kiev and the rest of Ukraine have been increasing in number and severity

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Most people think practically. Well over half of the EU citizens (42% + 14%) believe the Association Agreement with Ukraine would be good "because it strengthens the economy".

#Euromaidan is good for the EU and for all Europeans, not just for the Ukranians.

Euromaidan raises a positive debate about the EU, and fights for a trade agreement which would be very beneficial to all Europeans.

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