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Expect diplomat Bill Taylor to be frank. He has used terms like "snake pit" in Washington & Kyiv; he'll describe Ukraine as caught in a tug of war between Russia & the West; he'll emphasize why even the threat of withholding aid was undermining US national security

As impeachment hearings begin, a reminder that this isn't just a drama for Washington, but also Kyiv. Jere are the Ukrainian names to watch for during testimony.

Nearly a month before Trump’s phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, top officials in Kyiv were so concerned about the fate of U.S. political and military support for the country that at least two inquired about the matter with Washington

Trump cites corruption in Kyiv and European stinginess to justify actions on Ukraine. (Washington Post)

So it turns out that Kent's transcript is more damaging than Taylor's, perhaps by dint of Kent being in the "snakepit" in Washington instead of the "snakepit" in Kyiv, and could see things firsthand.

Pentagon official said she was told Ukraine aid might flow if Kyiv committed to political investigations - The Washington Post

The Washington connections of the former Ukrainian diplomat at the center of allegations that Kyiv meddled in the 2016 election are wider than previously known

Those working in common cause with the President Trump's and Giuliani's campaign to get Ukraine to investigate political opponents are moving ahead unabated, interviews in Kyiv and Washington with several involved reveal.

NEW: Those working in common cause with the US president's and Giuliani's campaign to get Ukraine to investigate Trump's political opponents are moving ahead unabated, interviews in Kyiv and Washington with several of those involved reveal.

NEW: Those working in common cause with the US president's and Giuliani's campaign to get Ukraine to investigate Trump's political opponents are moving ahead unabated, interviews in Kyiv and Washington with several of those involved reveal.

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NEW: Those working in common cause with the US president's and Giuliani's campaign to get Ukraine to investigate Trump's political opponents are moving ahead unabated, interviews in Kyiv and Washington with several of those involved reveal.

Far from keeping their heads down, those working in common cause with the President Trump's and Giuliani's campaign to get Ukraine to investigate political opponents are moving ahead unabated, interviews in Kyiv and Washington with several involved reveal.

The front cover of our latest issue has attracted a lot of attention. But the cover is just a starting point for our coverage of the Trump#Ukraine-  scandal. Here are all our latest stories on the scandal that has enveloped both Washington and Kyiv 👇

U.S. policy toward Ukraine is in shambles, with officials in Kyiv now wondering who they can trust in Washington

US diplomats in Kyiv and Washington were blindsided and confused by the new position on Ukraine’s state-owned energy company, Naftogaz, because they saw the new CEO and independent supervisory board as having cleaned up much of the firm’s corrupt practices, the sources say.

I tracked down the enigmatic attorney who hired a Washington lobbying firm for Volodymyr Zelenskiy. Marcus Cohen told me he paid nearly $70,000 out of his own pocket — and out of goodwill toward the new Ukrainian president — after meeting him in Kyiv.

Let’s be clear: Moscow not Kyiv, and certainly not Brussels or Washington, is the provocateur and has raised the stakes.

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