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  1. Talk:Annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation/Archive 1 › wiki › Talk:Annexation_of_Crimea
    • Possible Benefits and Consequences Are Irrelevant
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    Section "Possible benefits and consequences" should be removed as having no direct relevance to the event as the article seems to describe the (technical) steps of the event. Additionally, currently only the consequences related to Russia are pointed out, but not the consequences to Ukraine (e.g. probably more difficult to access to the resorts by Ukrainan citizens). (talk) 09:51, 18 March 2014 (UTC) 1. The article doesn't describe only technical steps. I'm not sure what the article's scope is, but considering the importance of the event, I think it should be wide. You can expand the article with consequences related to Ukraine. --Moscow Connection (talk) 14:10, 18 March 2014 (UTC) 1. 1.1. I've added it as a section. At the moment, it is too soon to know what the consequences are, but it is distinct from the expectations - which is also an important part of the article. Years down the road, the consequences will be clear, but only now is it easy to write about what is b...

    This secon could be relavent but the scope of this article seems to be getting blured, the goal seems to be chaning. Maybe it would be best to branch out the timeline and have a process and impact section?Hardkhora (talk) 19:54, 19 March 2014 (UTC)

    There is a need to talk about what the direction of this article is, or at least its organization, for example, I've seen several categories and most recently we have Particularities & Expectations. To me Particularities can go into Expectations. I don't have a solution but does anyone else have a solution for categorizing the information better?Hardkhora (talk) 16:54, 20 March 2014 (UTC)

    What is the relevance of the picture gallery in this article? I think it should be removed. (talk) 09:40, 20 March 2014 (UTC) 1. As it is, it just seems like glory shots of Putin. I wouldn't mind it if it was more relevant.Hardkhora (talk) 15:01, 20 March 2014 (UTC) 1.1. Also, another thought is that it is only showing Russia's support and not any of the controversy, it seems biased.Hardkhora (talk) 18:26, 20 March 2014 (UTC) 1.2. I agree with you, it would be better to replace some pictures instead of removing the gallery altogether. Cmoibenlepro (talk) 19:21, 20 March 2014 (UTC) 1.2.1. Any one able to help with adding photos? I went through the guidelines and it mentions not using news photos, or did I not understand that correctly? I'm trying to figureout where I can add from to Wikipeida. I originally wanted to add photos from these: 1.

    The article has the section reference-improve template because, though it has been in the news very recently and many people are "in-the-know" about this topic, we should still cite at least one source for the 2nd paragraph of the article. As it is right now, there is no documentation of this being reliably supported. Please note that I am not saying that I disagree with any of the content's reason for being there...just that we need documentation! Thanks! მაLiphradicusEpicusთე10:57, 22 March 2014 (UTC) I must also requests that future editors take the time to reply here as opposed to just removed the ref-imp template. If 15 or more editors say that the information in the 2nd paragraph does not need to be cited and can be considered common knowledge, I will removed the tag; as it is right now, I cannot simply allow "information" to sit there with no legitimate sourcing. Let's stick to the guidelines guys! :) Thanks! მაLiphradicusEpicusთე 23:34, 22 March 2014 (UTC) — Preceding unsign...

    There's an ongoing discussion at: 1. Wikipedia:Administrators' noticeboard/Archive260#Reverting merge about the short-lived independence of Crimea as a country regarding the recent merge of Republic of Crimea (country) into Republic of Crimea(the federal subject). Please join us at the discussion and express your opinion on the matter, whatever it might be. —Ahnoneemoos (talk) 05:13, 24 March 2014 (UTC)

    What are the rules of posting from a source of a different language than the lanague you're posting? ie user:Superzohar posted recently from a srouce (guessing) Russian on the English page. I couldn't find the rules but I can't confirm or deny what the source is saying with what is posted.Hardkhora (talk) 17:24, 19 March 2014 (UTC) 1. It's okay to use non-English sources. (WP:NOENG) --Moscow Connection (talk) 18:14, 19 March 2014 (UTC) 1.1. Thank you for that clarification. Hardkhora (talk) 19:36, 19 March 2014 (UTC) 1.1.1. To make it more clear, in the {{cite}} template you can define |language=. As an example: |language=ru The Haz talk22:29, 27 March 2014 (UTC)

    I would like to remove the Since I think a time line should not be prose and like the current layout.RonaldDuncan (talk) 17:59, 22 March 2014 (UTC) 1. Support. I agree. --Moscow Connection (talk) 22:55, 22 March 2014 (UTC) 2. Oppose. That section should be called "Background" but someone renamed it to Timeline. We don't use timelines as background information for articles. It must be switched to prose. —Ahnoneemoos (talk) 00:22, 23 March 2014 (UTC) 1. 1.1. I called it "Timeline" originally. I don't think it was ever called "Background". --Moscow Connection (talk) 03:00, 23 March 2014 (UTC) 1.1. 1.1.1. diff when it was changed. —Ahnoneemoos (talk) 05:11, 23 March 2014 (UTC) 1.1.1. Diff when you changed "Timeline" to "Background" without asking anyone and tagged the section. Why didn't you say it was you who renamed it and tagged it? --Moscow Connection (talk) 14:03, 23 March 2014 (UTC) Well, now we have a separate background section. Feel free to improve....

  2. Annexation - Wikipedia › wiki › Annexes

    Tourists in Crimea with the Russian flag flying after annexation by Russia (14 June 2015). In March 2014, Russia annexed the Crimean Peninsula , which had been a part of Ukraine and administers the territory as two federal subjects — the Republic of Crimea and the federal city of Sevastopol . [50]

  3. 2014 Simferopol incident - Wikipedia › wiki › Simferopol_Incident

    On 18 March 2014, a Ukrainian soldier and the member of quasi "Crimean self-defense forces" were killed in the first case of bloodshed during the Russian military intervention in Ukraine and the annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation. After the attack, the Crimean interior ministry stated that a militant from Right Sector had been detained, according to Russian media Right Sector had previously stated that it did not have any intention to go to Crimea. On March 20, Crimean pro

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    • Russian victory, Ukrainian military base captured, First deaths of the Ukraine Crisis, Ukrainian military begins withdrawal from Crimean peninsula the next day
  4. Ruska aneksija Krima — Vikipedija, slobodna enciklopedija › sr-el › Кримска_криза
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    Većina država članice UN nije priznala Krimski referendum. SAD, zemlje EU i partneri , kao i broj međunarodnih organizacija i udruženja, uključujući i NATO, OEBS. Parlamentarne skupštine OEBS-a je opisala akciju Rusije kao agresiju, pripajanjem ukrajinske teritorije, što narušava njen teritorijalni integritet. Rusija, sa svoje strane, odnosi se na sadržano u statutima Ujedinjenih nacija pravo na samoopredeljenje. Sama Ukrajina ne priznaje aneksiju Krima u Rusiji. 15. april 2014 Vrhovna RadaUkrajine je objavila da je Krim privremeno okupirana teritorija. 27. marta 2014 Generalna skupština UN-a apsolutnom većinom glasova usvojio rezoluciju kojom je proglašena nezakonitost Krimskog referenduma.

    Pynnöniemi, Katri; Rácz, András, ur. (2016). Fog of Falsehood: Russian Strategy of Deception and the Conflict in Ukraine. FIIA Report, 45. Helsinki: Finnish Institute of International Affairs. ISBN...

    Crimean speech of Vladimir Putin na sajtu YouTube
    Russia & Me: Former Post-Soviet Leaders' Views On Crimea's Annexation (video 11:21), REF/RL, 26. 2. 2016 (in Russian, subtitles in English)
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  6. 2014 - Wikipedia › wiki › 2014_(year)

    March 21 – Russia formally annexes Crimea after President Vladimir Putin signs a bill finalizing the process. March 24 – During an emergency meeting, the United Kingdom, the United States, Italy, Germany, France, Japan, and Canada temporarily suspend Russia from the G8.

  7. According to this referendum, 97% of Crimean residents voted to join Russia. Two days after Vladimir Putin, the president of Russian Federation, announced the annexation of Crimea. This case shocked the whole civilized world and the annexation was recognized only by some states-allies of Russia.

  8. Russian Operational Art of War in Crimea, March 2014 ... › 2014/11/05

    Nov 05, 2014 · During March 2014 Russian military forces captured key Ukrainian army, navy and air force bases around Crimea. By the end of the month Russia had completed the annexation of the entire Crimean peninsula and was under pressure from the international order.

  9. What is the truth about Crimea? Was it annexed or ... - Quora › What-is-the-truth-about-Crimea-Was

    Crimea is still recognized as a part of Ukraine by the whole world except Russia and its few sidekicks. Crimea is not recognized as part of Russia by anyone besides Russia & Co. So, the truth is: Russia claims the Crimea was liberated, and the whole world says it’s all illegal and consider it a serious crime. 185 views

  10. 2014 - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia › wiki › 2014

    March 21 - Russia formally annexes Crimea after President Vladimir Putin signed a bill finalizing the annexation process. March 22 - A large mudslide east of Oso, Washington, kills 41 people, 4 were seriously injured, and 2 are missing.

  11. República Autônoma da Crimeia – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre › wiki › República_Autônoma_da

    ISBN 978-0-521-86403-9. Consultado em 27 de abril de 2010. For all the salient differences between these three post-Soviet nations, they have much in common when it comes to their culture and history, which goes back to Kievan Rus', the medieval East Slavic state based in the capital of present-day Ukraine.

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