Relations between the Council of Europe and Kiev have probably never been worse, and it is a clash that is deepening the rifts that crisscross Ukraine’s political scene. Ukraine and the Council of Europe, an international body that sees itself as a watchdog of democracy in Europe, have clashed on numerous occasions. Since 1999, the […]

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