The Washington community is invited to a Brookings Institution event: VIEWS OF THE UKRAINE CRISIS - RUSSIA, THE WEST, AND THE FUTURE OF EUROPEAN SECURITY, to be held in the Brookings’ Saul/Zilhka Room, 1775 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, June 10, 10-11:30am.
The Master Class will center on how Ukrainian business owners and CEOs should manage during financial and political instability
Patriarch Sviatoslav served a memorial service for the fallen soldiers and hallowed the memorial sign to the Heroes of Heavenly Hundred and defenders of Ukraine's independence.
The gift of voluntary organizations, public spiritedness, retains its luster as America's other gifts – our mode of government, our entertainments, our fast food – seem to fade in attractiveness.
Journalist and Russia expert David Satter discusses the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. Monday, April 6, 2015 - 6:00pm - 7:30pm
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Part of the proceeds of the concert, and any donations, will go to two organizations – one American, one Canadian – training Ukrainian surgeons in the specialty of implanting prosthetic limbs. A waiting list of 250 patients has been enlarged by at least 76 soldiers and 21 civilians who have lost limbs in the conflict with Russia.
The Armenian-born, French-educated priest had served his church in a wide range of leadership positions in Europe, Eastern Europe and South America
< Photo: Archbishop Grigoris Buniatyan
“Some people decided to declare the territory their property and take it by force. But we know that God is on our side for we have the truth on our side, and we will win,” the Patriarch said.
The Finnish Institute of Int’l Affairs plans a seminar to examine the decisions and commitments made at the Wales Summit that completed the reorientation of NATO back to a defence alliance.