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“Clinton and the visiting Ukrainian foreign minister discussed a variety other bilateral issues, with Clinton underscoring Ukraine's commitment to progress on a variety of energy, economic and social issues.”
“Pre-Beijing I was ranked second in the world in the 200 metres IM individual medley," Whorwood says, "but two Chinese came along and knocked me down to fourth, and now this young whippersnapper from Ukraine's come along so there's a battle just for fourth or fifth.”
“Tymoshenko rose to fame in 2004 as a leader of Ukraine's "Orange Revolution" street protests that forced the Supreme Court to toss out the results of a disputed presidential election in which Yanukovych was initally declared the winner.”
“AFP/Getty Images Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych Of course, Mr. Yanukovych manages to paint a rosy economic picture for his international audience.”
“America and the West are not Ukraine's protectors, and they can only do so much to help preserve our democracy.”
“The consequences of Ukraine's backslide could be profound for Europe's much-needed rapprochement with other East European countries.”
“Mr. Yanukovych rightly calls for improved relations with Russia, noting that Ukraine's energy supply has too often been blighted by diplomatic spats with our eastern neighbor.”
“The key to this was Mr. Yanukovych's unilateral decision early in his presidency to reverse Ukraine's 2004 constitutional changes—a decision that was approved by a hastily reshuffled Constitutional Court.”
“The trial threatens to complicate Ukraine's relations with the U.S. and the EU, which have raised concerns that it appears politically motivated.”
“The hardening of Russia's and Ukraine's positions is raising the possibility of a repeat of natural gas disputes that twice in recent years have led to cuts in supplies to Europe.”
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