Tag: Moscow

‘I’m Sorry, We’re From Moscow.’ In Bali, Warring Sides Learn to Cohabitate

BALI, Indonesia — At a cafe more than 10,000 kilometers from the front lines, the Kyiv-style cake sits near the kartoshkas, a Russian dessert made of cookies, condensed milk and butter. The chef is Russian, but the borscht on the menu, first described as a “Russian soup,” is now identified as being of Ukrainian origin. […]

Ukrainians Celebrate Orthodox Christmas at a Holy Site Long Linked to Moscow

As the tug of war for the Orthodox faithful in Ukraine rages on, the head of the church that is loyal to Kyiv delivered a Christmas sermon for the first time at the country’s most historically significant monastery. The Mass on Saturday marked a deeply symbolic moment, showing the deep fracture with the separate Moscow-led […]

Moscow on the Med: A Faraway War Transforms a Turkish Resort Town

ANTALYA, Turkey — The ice cream man grappled with how much the war in Ukraine had changed his neighborhood. So many Russians had moved to Antalya, a resort city in southern Turkey, that local families were being priced out of their homes. Russian co-working spaces, hair salons and other businesses were using signs in Russian […]

A ‘Bridge to the West’ Dies in Belarus, as Moscow Seeks More Help in Ukraine

The thaw in relations with Washington ended abruptly six months later when Mr. Lukashenko, backed by Moscow, used brutal force to end protests by hundreds of thousands of people in Minsk and other Belarusian cities after a rigged presidential election that returned him to office for a sixth term. Just days before Russian troops invaded […]

Ukraine Raids Holy Site Amid Suspicion of Orthodox Church Tied to Moscow

KYIV, Ukraine — The Ukrainian security services on Tuesday raided one of the holiest sites for Orthodox Christians, saying they were scouring a 1,000-year-old monastery in the heart of Kyiv for Russian saboteurs among the clerics and weapons amid the relics, even as pilgrims prayed in the caves below. The hunt for Russian spies at […]

Ukraine Peace Talks Remain Distant Even as Moscow Signals a Retreat

“In terms of the ultimate status of Crimea, that will be something to be negotiated or discussed between the Ukrainians and the Russians, but Crimea is Ukraine,” Colin H. Kahl, the Pentagon’s under secretary for policy, said on Tuesday. Ukrainian military advances on Crimea, though a distant prospect for now, would stoke concern in Washington […]

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