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A Presidency Increasingly Guided by Suspicion and Distrust

By Peter Baker and Maggie Haberman

Presidential paranoia is not a new phenomenon but Mr. Trump, burned by impeachment, seems to have elevated it to a governing philosophy of his White House.

Ukraine’s Zelenskiy wants β€˜legitimate’ local elections in Donetsk, Luhansk

By Alexandra Brzozowski

Addressing the Munich Security Conference on Saturday (15 February), Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskiy repeated his plea for Western support, while indicated his openness to hold local elections in the separatist-held regions of Donetsk and Lugansk together with the rest of the country in October.

Facebook says it dismantles Russian intelligence operation targeting Ukraine

By Georgi Gotev

Facebook on Wednesday (12 February) said it had suspended a network of accounts used by Russian military intelligence to seed false narratives online targeting Ukraine and other countries in Eastern Europe.

German arrested for illegal military exports to Russia

By Georgi Gotev

German prosecutors said Thursday (13 February) they had arrested a businessman on suspicion of exporting millions of euros in machinery to Russia that could be used for military purposes, in violation of EU sanctions.

As a Post-Impeachment Trump Pushes the Limits, Republicans Say Little

By Nicholas Fandos and Catie Edmondson

Having expressed confidence that impeachment might chasten the president, senators are now watching as he purges perceived enemies and publicly pushes for a lenient sentence for a friend.

Marie Yovanovitch, Ex-Envoy, Offers Sober Appraisal of U.S. Diplomacy

By Zach Montague

Accepting an award at Georgetown University, Ms. Yovanovitch, who was a key player in President Trump’s impeachment proceedings, spoke publicly for the first time since her testimony.

Senior appointments in Moscow and Kyiv point to tentative thaw

By Georgi Gotev

New senior appointments in Moscow and Kyiv on Tuesday (11 February) pointed towards a tentative thaw in ties, after the Ukrainian president's new chief of staff offered guarded praise for the man put in charge of the Ukraine file in the Kremlin.

Trump’s War Against β€˜the Deep State’ Enters a New Stage

By Peter Baker

The suggestion that Lt. Col. Alexander S. Vindman should now face punishment by the Pentagon was one sign of how determined the president is to even the scales after his impeachment.

Trump Lashes Out at Manchin, and He Pushes Back

By Sheryl Gay Stolberg

The West Virginia Democrat, who dashed President Trump’s hopes for a bipartisan acquittal, said his vote to convict was not about politics.

Setanta Sports to expand in Ukraine

By Chris Dziadul

Setanta Sports plans to launch a second channel in Ukraine in the near future.

Quoting Maria Lysenko, a local representative of the broadcaster, Telekritika adds that the company has already submitted a package of documents to the regulator National Council for the channel to be included in a list of adapted foreign services operating in the country.

Setanta Sports has been present in Ukraine since August 2019 and currently offers viewers a mix of English and Scottish football, NBA, NHL, Formula 1 and UFC.

The Ukrainian sports TV market was boosted earlier this month by the launch of a third football channel by Media Group Ukraine (MGU).

Setanta Sports to expand in Ukraine

By Chris Dziadul

Setanta Sports plans to launch a second channel in Ukraine in the near future.

Quoting Maria Lysenko, a local representative of the broadcaster, Telekritika adds that the company has already submitted a package of documents to the regulator National Council for the channel to be included in a list of adapted foreign services operating in the country.

Setanta Sports has been present in Ukraine since August 2019 and currently offers viewers a mix of English and Scottish football, NBA, NHL, Formula 1 and UFC.

The Ukrainian sports TV market was boosted earlier this month by the launch of a third football channel by Media Group Ukraine (MGU).

Mitt Romney Is a β€˜Judas’ to Many Republicans. But Not in Utah.

By Jeremy W. Peters

Some conservatives want to recall him and others want to censure him. In the state he represents, though, many view speaking out against President Trump as an act to admire, not an apostasy.

Chief Justice’s Impeachment Handbook: Determined Minimalism

By Adam Liptak

The restrained approach of Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. to what he called his “ill-defined responsibilities” did not please liberals. But it insulated him from combustible confrontations.

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