Todays entry is about Ukraine, Democracy and William Hague. Anton Goryunov reports from the black sea in Kiev, the Ukraine navy were in the area and William Hague from the British Foreign Secretary will be representing British taxpayers. From the US John Kerry will also be attending a few meetings today representing the United States.
Politically Yulia Tymoshenko is the number on contender for EU Ukraine. Russia and major European markets are big exporters of grain which may have an impact in the next few weeks on the stock market prices, you might see a significant fall. For a emerging markets this will have an impact on other countries how fit into this low and struggling economic bracket. The next few months it will be interesting to see what develops in the Ukraine, democracy and William Hague could have some new interesting ideas. The Russian rouble currently sits with a 10% fall.
The BBC have reported from St Petersburg that rhetoric is difficult to understand. However they also talk about or highlight the intervention during the troubles of a secret underworld unison between mercenaries originating from Turkey, Germany, USA and the UK or just about any other country you can think of that may have helped arm some of the protestors.
This sort of propaganda is not very helpful considering the seriousness of the situation, I’m not saying it does not happen and that mercenaries exist out there I am just saying this is highly unlikely. What is interesting in this report is the news inside Ukraine that many of the victorious protestors are requesting that Russian TV be disconnected from their Sky box.
Kiev ousted President Viktor Yanukovich as Tokyo watches on with concerns about financial markets and safety bonds are put in place to prepare for the worst. The fear seems to be about a US treasury geopolitical risk, at a time when the stats look good and everything right now is on an upward swing. Employment figures are high and everyone are well pleased.
Democracy and peace is at an all time high and relationships around the world are steady. The Ukraine and Crimea is a prime location where rich oligarchs reside who made money during the late 19th century from art, property and business during the eighties dot com bubble. It must be a very beautiful place to live, what we are seeing is the other side of the country. The concern seems to be about the heating, food and future medicine shortages. There has been many faculties that amounted these past few weeks, all of it televised the whole world is watching with concern.
As regards the unelected lot in Brussels running the European Union, Kharkiv on Saturday by pro-Russia demonstrators. they are now desperately trying to figure out what to say. Read the full article about Ukraine, Democracy and William Hague over on Stirring Trouble Internationally.