The Cultural Divide - The maps below provide a sketch of the cultural divide in Ukraine before the crisis: according to the most recent census, conducted in 2001, 76.8% of the population was Ukranian and resided in the central and western portions of the country, while Russian-speakers, accounting for 16.9% of citizens, predominated in the east and southeast, particulary in Crimea.
Holos Ukrayiny - parliamentary newspaper
Euromaidan Press - English translations of articles originally published in Ukrainian news outlets
Mirror Weekly - News from Ukraine in English
Kyiv Post -- News and analysis from Kyiv in English
Den ("The Day") - daily, English-language pages
Ukrinform - national news agency of Ukraine
TASS - Russian news agency
Sputnik News/Voice of Russia - Features a live stream of news programming in English
50-minute Al-Jazeera overview of Ukraine, with an emphasis on political developments after the end of the USSR (released January 2014)
Russia - Office of the President main page with information on President Putin's most recent activities and statements
Russian Embassy in Washington, DC - main page with updates on regarding latest events in Ukraine as well as links to background on Russia-US relations
Embassy of Ukraine in the USA - main page with updates regarding situation in Ukraine as well as Ukrainian-US relations from the point of view of the Ukrainian government
March 10, 2015 - Dr. Phillip Karber, President of the Potomac Foundation, discusses Russia's "hybrid warfare" campaign in eastern Ukraine -- its techniques, effectiveness, and implications for Ukraine and the West. Discussion hosted by the CSIS Russia and Eurasia Program.
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