Metropolitan New York City is home to more than 113,000 ethnic Ukrainians. NewsHour visited Little Ukraine in the East Village to gauge local sentiment about the conflict in Crimea.
PBS NewsHour producer Morgan Till is documenting his journey with chief foreign correspondent Margaret Warner across Ukraine on Twitter. On Sunday, voters throughout the Crimean Peninsula will cast their ballots on a local referendum to decide whether…
By PBS NewsHour
The future of the Ukrainian region of Crimea hangs in the balance of Sunday’s referendum vote on whether to secede and possibly join Russia. Chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Warner reports from Crimea, where she talks to the pro-Russian and…
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Friday that there is "no common" vision between the United States and his country over the situation in Ukraine, according to the Associated Press.
PBS NewsHour producer Morgan Till is documenting his journey with chief foreign correspondent Margaret Warner across Ukraine on Twitter. Warner will report from Crimea for the next few days, crossing the country by train and car.
Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said Friday the U.S. is pushing “aggressively” for a diplomatic resolution to the Ukrainian Crimea tug-of-war with Russia and that he’s been in touch with his Russian counterpart daily.
By Council on Foreign Relations
Ukraine's most prolonged and deadly crisis since its post-Soviet independence began as a protest against the government dropping plans to forge closer trade ties with the European Union and has since spurred a global standoff between Russia and Western powers.
By PBS NewsHour
By Julie Pace and Lara Jakes, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration slapped new visa restrictions Thursday on pro-Russian opponents of the new Ukraine government in Kiev and cleared the way for financial sanctions as the West began punishing Moscow for its occupation of Ukraine's Crimea region.
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