The instantly-recognisable brand has become a collateral victim of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Russia accounts for 40 per cent of financial outlay, and some companies are already suffering.
Amid mounting crisis, another armed conflict is more plausible than at any other time since the end of the 1992-95 war.
Murder investigation could finally lead to the imposition of sanctions against Minsk.
Despite options for negotiating a possible compromise deal, Kyiv remains resolute in its opposition to the pipeline.
Diplomatic frictions fuel economic sanctions, with potentially damaging consequences.
Fallout from dissident journalist’s detention marks a turning point for Lukashenko’s regime.
Move to nationalise aviation firm interpreted as a sign Kyiv views Washington as a more useful strategic partner than Beijing.
Zelensky’s latest blow to Kremlin propaganda may not be sustainable.
US action presents serious test for Kyiv government.