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Si nous évaluons la rétrospective de la situation autour de l’agression russe contre l’Ukraine, alors toute l’année 2019 a été marquée par la lutte de Vladislav Surkov et Dmitry Kozak pour « l’héritage ukrainien ». Un autre confident de Vladimir Poutine, Viktor Medvedchuk, cherche aussi une bonne planque.     Le philosophe et le réaliste… » read more

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Wenn wir den Rückblick auf die Situation rund um die russische Aggression gegen die Ukraine bewerten, dann stand das ganze Jahr 2019 im Zeichen des Kampfes von Wladyslaw Surkow und Dmitrij Kosak um das “ukrainische Erbe”. Auch Viktor Medwedtschuk, ein weiterer Vertrauter von Wolodymyr Putin, sucht seinen Platz an der Sonne. Philosoph und Realist im… » read more

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If we look at the Russian aggression against Ukraine in retrospect, the year of 2019 was marked by the struggle for the “Ukrainian inheritance” between Vladislav Surkov and Dmitry Kozak. Another confidant of Vladimir Putin, Viktor Medvedchuk, is also in search of his place in the sun.         Philosopher and realist fighting… » read more

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Despite of numerous actions from, so called, “useful idiots” that try to legitimize Russia’s violation of the international law, Ukrainian “deep state” (that grew up in last 5 years) prevents world top officials from total sale of democracy principles to Kremlin for gas and money. Last week, Munich Security Conference organizer Wolfgang Ischinger, who stated… » read more

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What is behind the so-called “Ukrainian trace” in the impeachment inquiry into President Trump? What are the reasons for Trump’s loathing for Ukraine? Why wasn’t the main result of Russia’s meddling in the U.S. 2016 election the very election of Donald Trump but internal political chaos in this country? How do Russian special services manage… » read more

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Institute for Postinformation Society republishes materials of Ukrainian blogs on Russia aggression related issues (All rights reserved). A dashing “high five” of Vladimir Putin meeting crown prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammad bin Salman during the G20 summit, in the same time as the rest of leaders of world superpowers shun him away because of the… » read more

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Institute for Postinformation Society republishes materials of Ukrainian blogs on Russia aggression related issues (All rights reserved). What happened around the incident in the Kerch Strait is but a Hollywood blockbuster story, build upon the conspiracy theories. But as Hanlon’s Razor principle dictates, in the end world is governed not by Illuminati, but rather by… » read more

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Institute for Postinformation Society republishes materials of Ukrainian blogs on Russia aggression related issues (All rights reserved). How the Kremlin turned Ukrainians into anti-Semites The campaign aimed at discrediting the Ukrainian Armed Forces began simultaneously with Russian aggression in the Donbas region. Although, of course, the subject of fascism and anti-Semitism was efficiently put to… » read more

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Institute for Postinformation Society republishes materials of Ukrainian blogs on Russia aggression related issues (All rights reserved). Inter agency conflicts The more power law enforcers in Russia have, the more the controversies between different structures escalate. According to both leaked insights and the intended leaks of data, the puppet elections on Donbass are a result… » read more

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  Institute for Postinformation Society republishes materials of Ukrainian blogs on Russia aggression related issues (All rights reserved). Europe’s gas risks If we look at the message spread by the Russian media, then Europe’s powerful gas dependence is obvious. It is easier to list independent countries than vice versa. Only Norway, Sweden, Spain, Portugal and… » read more

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