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Electricity supplies from mainland Ukraine to Crimea were completely severed overnight on 21 and 22 November.
The shooting of the Russian plane by Turkey puts the West in a very difficult situation.
The Baltic states have responded to the increasing Russian military potential by taking measures to strengthen their own military potential.
The Kremlin has been using the attacks in Paris to persuade the West to fundamentally shift its policy towards Syria – and also towards Russia.
Turkey’s Middle Eastern policy is in an impasse and strategic divergences in its relations with the West (the US, the EU) have been growing.
The dismissal of the Strelet cabinet means the end of what was called the pro-European coalition.
The ongoing migration crisis is causing ever more frequent conflicts inside Germany’s government coalition.
On 31 October in Dnipropetrovsk, the authorities have detained Hennadiy Korban, leader of the UKROP party and a close associate of Ihor Kolomoyskiy.
The local government elections results have significantly changed the political map of Ukraine.
Building up an image of Russophobic countries is currently instrumental in shaping a neo-imperial political identity among the Russians.