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"Israelian Prime Minister Netanyahu’s visit has reawakened the rumors that he might take upon himself the role of mediator in the Ukrainian-Russian conflict, and it’s impossible not to roll one’s eyes at the mere thought of it," according to International Centre for Policy Studies' expert Anastacia Halushka.
American political analyst Michael Willard shared his opinion on growing recession fears and the economy's potential effect on Donald Trump's 2020 campaign.
Currently, there are twelve criminal proceedings opened against Ukraine’s former president Petro Poroshenko. The experts, however, doubt that any of them will result in imprisonment.
“The report did not exonerate Trump”: Assistant Chief Watergate Committee Prosecutor on Mueller’s report and potential impeachment
David Dorsen, Former Assistant Chief Watergate Committee Prosecutor and author of the book “Moses v. Trump”, shared his impressions of the Mueller report and the investigation in this exclusive interview.
While the United States prepares for a presidential election to take place in over a year (with first primaries scheduled for February), the democratic candidates are already leading an active campaign in their common goal to defeat Donald Trump. Debating on who is the best person to remove America’s current president from the office, the candidates announce their stances on both national and foreign policy issues – including Russia’s aggression toward Ukraine.
An important issue of the formation of the new Cabinet of Ministers was postponed until the return of the Minister of Internal Affairs Arsen Avakov.
Despite the distancing from the Ukrainian religious issue as a whole, President Zelensky decided to meet Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew.