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BEST 3/ Canada’s Prime Minister, Stephen Harper--for a tough message to President Viktor Yanukovych, a letter in which Harper asked him to stand firm on his “commitment to democracy” and warning of “negative impacts” stemming from the politically motivated trial of Yulia Tymoshenko.BEST 4/ Canada’s House of Commons-- for their commitment to keeping Ukraine in the democratic community by having a Special Debate on the erosion of democracy in Ukraine.VY PUTIN SAID TO BACK PLAN TO ATTRACT ETHNIC RUSSIAN IMMIGRANTS Aleksandr Blokhin, the minister for federation affairs, nationality, and migration, said on 24 July that Putin has given formal approval to the ministry's plan to attract ethnic Russians from neighboring countries back to Russia to help solve the country's demographic crisis, Interfax reported.Blokhin said that at present only about 4 million ethnic Russians in the former Soviet republics have expressed interest in emigrating to Russia but that perhaps as many as 20 million could be encouraged to do so in the future.BEST BEST 1/ Former Prime Minister of Ukraine and key political opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko--for her fighting spirit during her ‘show trial.’ She condemned presidential interference and the corruption of the judicial process thereby drawing a line between Ukraine’s present governance and where it needs to be as a full-fledged member of the democratic community.
But in reality this is not the end of the drama but only the possible end of its second act.
Ukraine’s historical destinies have been shaped by geography.
With an area of 603,628 square kilometres (233,062 square miles) it is the largest European country. With the powerful Russian Federation to the east and northeast, Belarus to the northwest, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary to the west, Romania and Moldova to the southwest, and the Black Sea and Sea of Azov to the south and southeast, respectively.
Three case studies show how far the Deep State already goes. The CEOs of big transnational corporations and biggest international financial players make up the second circle.
They are mostly concerned with increasing the wealth of the inner circle, and with it their own.