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    Posted March 23, 2014 by
    Dipendu
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    Kolkata, New York
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    Ukraine unrest

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    As per story guide line I am not from Ukraine-Crimea or Russia but from other Asian country I want to put my story about this proposed new globe concept from the border line of Asia-Europe. Present phenomenon asking us to refer USSR undivided socioeconomic. I want to remember that at the period of 1936 Russia has had been written their constitution. Then 11 state were joined their own interest. Instead of that we have had found that ''to every constituent republic is reserved the right freely to secede from the USSR.'' Tagore has also been remind us with his 'Letter from Russia' ''কাজ সামানয নয়, ইউরোপ এশিয়া জুড়ে পরকানড এদের রাষটর খেতর। পরজা মনডলীর মধেয যত বিভিনন জাতের মানুষ আছে ভারতবর্ষেও এত নেই।'' And it was common story about Racial between British India and USSR. I want to quote one paragraph from An Introduction to contemporary History by G Baraclough, Penguin, 1967, ''.....that the Russians did more in a quarter of a century for the education of the peoples living in the Arctic circle and in the Caucasus, who in 1917 had not even a written language, than the British did in India in an occupation of nearly two hundred years.'' It was before 1939 means 2n wold war. We have black and white documentation about cold war. That is closed chapter I want to join with my distinguished friends, diplomats and world guide about rising sky from Europe-Asia. We know 1st world (1914-1919) have had taken by 2nd world. 3rd world? Not transparent concept but now there sparking new concept that is 'Common Wealth of independent states.'
    As per news agency that, as the political crisis in Ukraine has escalated, EU and US efforts to support the opposition have gathered momentum. Washington is reportedly putting their diplomacy. And British govt said, ''David Cameron has promised the UK "will not turn a blind eye" to Russia's incursion into Crimea.

    The prime minister said Moscow had to be shown that it could "not trample over" Ukraine and must not hold an "illegal" referendum on whether Crimea becomes part of Russia.

    The area should not become part of a "tug of war" between Russia and Ukraine, he told the House of Commons.

    Labour leader Ed Miliband urged Mr Cameron to exert "maximum pressure".

    Meanwhile, EU representatives are to hold a meeting in London on Tuesday to draw up a list of 18 people "linked to" the Russian government who could face travel bans and asset freezes if the situation does not improve.

    Mr Cameron said: "Britain's own security and prosperity would be at risk if we allow a situation where countries can just flout international rules without incurring consequences."David Cameron has promised the UK "will not turn a blind eye" to Russia's incursion into Crimea.

    The prime minister said Moscow had to be shown that it could "not trample over" Ukraine and must not hold an "illegal" referendum on whether Crimea becomes part of Russia.

    The area should not become part of a "tug of war" between Russia and Ukraine, he told the House of Commons.

    Labour leader Ed Miliband urged Mr Cameron to exert "maximum pressure".

    Meanwhile, EU representatives are to hold a meeting in London on Tuesday to draw up a list of 18 people "linked to" the Russian government who could face travel bans and asset freezes if the situation does not improve.

    Mr Cameron said: "Britain's own security and prosperity would be at risk if we allow a situation where countries can just flout international rules without incurring consequences." David Cameron has promised the UK "will not turn a blind eye" to Russia's incursion into Crimea.

    The prime minister said Moscow had to be shown that it could "not trample over" Ukraine and must not hold an "illegal" referendum on whether Crimea becomes part of Russia.

    The area should not become part of a "tug of war" between Russia and Ukraine, he told the House of Commons.

    Labour leader Ed Miliband urged Mr Cameron to exert "maximum pressure".

    Meanwhile, EU representatives are to hold a meeting in London on Tuesday to draw up a list of 18 people "linked to" the Russian government who could face travel bans and asset freezes if the situation does not improve.

    Mr Cameron said: "Britain's own security and prosperity would be at risk if we allow a situation where countries can just flout international rules without incurring consequences."David Cameron has promised the UK "will not turn a blind eye" to Russia's incursion into Crimea.

    The prime minister said Moscow had to be shown that it could "not trample over" Ukraine and must not hold an "illegal" referendum on whether Crimea becomes part of Russia.

    The area should not become part of a "tug of war" between Russia and Ukraine, he told the House of Commons.

    Labour leader Ed Miliband urged Mr Cameron to exert "maximum pressure".

    Meanwhile, EU representatives are to hold a meeting in London on Tuesday to draw up a list of 18 people "linked to" the Russian government who could face travel bans and asset freezes if the situation does not improve.

    Mr Cameron said: "Britain's own security and prosperity would be at risk if we allow a situation where countries can just flout international rules without incurring consequences.". David Cameron has promised the UK "will not turn a blind eye" to Russia's incursion into Crimea.

    The prime minister said Moscow had to be shown that it could "not trample over" Ukraine and must not hold an "illegal" referendum on whether Crimea becomes part of Russia.

    The area should not become part of a "tug of war" between Russia and Ukraine, he told the House of Commons.

    Labor leader Ed Miliband urged Mr Cameron to exert "maximum pressure".

    Meanwhile, EU representatives are to hold a meeting in London on Tuesday to draw up a list of 18 people "linked to" the Russian government who could face travel bans and asset freezes if the situation does not improve.

    Mr Cameron said: "Britain's own security and prosperity would be at risk if we allow a situation where countries can just flout international rules without incurring consequences." EU reaction is there, EU decided that individual members should choose whether they would recognize Kosovo's independence or notable exception of Spain, which faces separatism, trend in the Basque country and Catalonia. ''What I say as European is that I'm really frustrated that the future of Kosovo has been decided in Washington and to some extent. in Moscow, and not in Europe. ''then Spanish Minister for Europe, Alberto Navrro told the BBC, ''I think many people international legality of what it is going on about this declaration of independence.''
    The EU rejected the Crimean referendum and said would not consider its results. US govt also decide to take action ''Congress will weigh some of the most significant U.S. sanctions on Russia since the end of the Cold War in a bid to pressure President Vladimir Putin to pull Russian troops out of Crimea, according to a copy of a new Senate bill obtained by The Associated Press.'' Today update is that, America now also been worried about space research with Russia. .

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