Why is there continuing fighting in Ukraine despite an official ceasefire? Has Ukraine violated regulations? What's going to happen with Crimea? This week's guest on Conflict Zone is Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko.
Has the Russian Orthodox Church become Putin's tool of state policy in questions of human rights and even politics? "Conflict Zone" host Tim Sebastian talks to church representative Vakhtang Kipshidze in Moscow.
The EU's top diplomat, Federica Mogherini, has told Russia that while the bloc wants closer ties with Moscow, there are undeniable problems. The Russian foreign minister seems to feel the same way.
As tempers flare in Ukraine, it is Kyiv - of all actors - that is actually undermining national unity. The Poroshenko administration's blockade of occupied Donbass could lead to the demise of the east, says Bernd Johann.
A Russian broadcaster has refused a Eurovision offer for song contest entrant Yulia Samoylova to appear by satellite link in the Ukraine-staged final, calling it "peculiar." The singer had been barred entry to Ukraine.
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