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has been spotted in Kiev’s main opposition site in Independence Square, where she was handing out buns and cookies to Ukrainian protesters. Mc Cain met - the ex-boxing champion Vitaly Klitchko, former economy minister Arseny Yatsenyuk and far right nationalist Oleh Tyahnybog - who are calling for Yanukovich's government to resign and for early elections.contained the usual cliches, “First let me express our gratitude to this committee and to the U. Senate for your leadership on Ukraine, and for the superb working relationship between the executive and legislative branches of government on this issue,” “I also want to thank and commend Senators Mc Cain and Murphy for bringing that bipartisan support directly to the people of Ukraine on a key weekend in December, and engaging with President Yanukovych, his government, the opposition, the business community and civil society in support of a peaceful, democratic way out of the crisis” etc.Corker’s first order of business was to scold the State Department for not adding names to the Magnitsky list, which, he said, it was supposed to do “under law.” Yet he made clear that he concurred with the witnesses’ views that “Ukraine is an incredibly important country” and the outcome of the current crisis “could be the thing that shapes policy inside Russia itself.” At no point was there any evidence, either in the senators’ questions or in the respondents’ answers, that any thought had been given to whether it was at all appropriate for the U. government to get ever more deeply involved in the political life of a sovereign state halfway around the globe.Washington's attention is now focused on the events in Ukraine. has long prepared for such an eventuality, providing Ukrainian opposition with funds.For their part, Menendez and Corker stayed more on point.Ambassador Jeffrey Wright says something about the unbreakable friendship between peoples and newcomers of State Department officials are eyeing magnets with Maidan symbols...Menendez threatened sanctions against the Yanukovych regime and was incredulous as to why the administration hadn’t already filed a complaint against Russia in the WTO.After asserting that Ukraine “is a country that wants to be European, not Russian” and that the Ukrainian people “cry out for our assistance,” he went on, in a bizarre aside, to mention not once, but twice, that Russia was “embargoing” supplies of chocolate to Ukraine.The less said about Mc Cain’s questions, the better.In the Grand Chessboard: American Primacy And Its Geostrategic Imperatives written in 1997 he wrote that without Ukraine Russia ceases to be empire, while with Ukraine - bought off first and subdued afterwards, it automatically turns into empire…According to him, the new world order under the hegemony of the United States is created against Russia and on the fragments of Russia.It was that chocolate embargo that really seemed to stoke his outrage.For more than a month Ukrainian citizens have rallied at Independence Square in Kiev to protest President Victor Yanukovich’s delay to sign an economic agreement with the EU. Let’s try to understand, why Washington needs Maidan. Senator John Mc Cain met Ukrainian opposition leaders in Kiev and voiced support for protesters camped out for weeks in the capital, a move sure to anger Moscow for what it sees as Western meddling in its backyard.offered by Zbigniew Brzezinski is popular among Western decision makers.


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The main goal of Ukraine’s association with the European Union is not improving the common people’s well-being but rather pursuing the geopolitical mission of weakening Russia. Brzezinski and the State Department’s members were invited to the U. Senate, where a few days ago parliamentary hearings on the Ukrainian events were hold.