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Another face of Dan Peleschuk

Characteristics by International Relations and Security Network (Zurich):

Dan PeleschukDan Peleschuk is a freelance journalist in Kiev, Ukraine, where he also conducts research at the International Centre for Policy Studies. His reporting has appeared in the Christian Science Monitor, Russia Profile and The Ukrainian Weekly.

published by INS on  September 5th, 2010

Uncertainty Remains Over Black Sea Fleet

An April agreement between Russia and Ukraine keeps Russia’s Black Sea Fleet in Crimea until 2042, but as the two countries prepare to negotiate the terms, uncertainty looms over the fleet’s dubious presence in Sevastopol, Dan Peleschuk writes for ISN Security Watch.

by Dan Peleschuk in Sevastopol for ISN Security Watch

A boat cruise around the harbor in this Crimean port city reveals the notorious fleet of shabby and aged Russian vessels. Some haven’t left port since the collapse of the Soviet Union, while others seem barely afloat where they sit. All have seen better days.

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