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No. 1: Locals aren’t just spitting mad. They feel completely disenfranchised.
Ukrainian forces are proving unable to reassert control over pro-Russia activists with serious grievances.
Kicking out President Viktor Yanukovych may have been the easy part.
Pro-Russian activists declare a ‘people’s republic.’
To understand the nature of the country’s post-revolutionary divide, look to its tattered industrial heartland.
With Crimea gone, Kyiv is left to deal with the country’s unruly east.
Russia’s intelligentsia is watching Putin’s geostrategic gambit with fear.
It should be no surprise that 97 percent of Crimea voted to join Russia. It was a long time coming.
The peninsula's referendum is a forgone conclusion.
Marginalized during centuries of Russian rule, Crimea’s indigenous ethnic group is sounding alarm bells about Moscow's intentions.
In historically Russian Sevastopol, pro-Ukraine activists fear for their future.
Russia is poised to annex the defiant Ukrainian region, to the international community’s dismay.
Legislators have set a referendum for next week.
News analysis: In his first comments since Ukrainian President Viktor Yanuovych’s ouster, Putin said everything and nothing at the same time.
The Kremlin’s propaganda machine is providing the vanguard for Russia’s war effort in Ukraine.
Analysis: Russia’s lawmakers have just approved the deployment of military troops to Ukraine. But they're already there.
Separatism, a failing economy and Russian pressure are just the most immediate threats confronting the fragile new government.
The capital’s ‘self-defense’ forces have won their battle, but what happens to them now?
Thousands of protesters joined in a somber memorial service for what’s become known here as the 'heavenly hundred' — those killed last week in clashes with security forces and pro-government thugs.
Protesters appear to have full control over Kyiv as parliament moves to dismantle regime.