|Born||Victoria Jane Nuland|
(age 53–54), Baker, Louisiana, U.S.
|Alma mater||Brown University|
US Assistant Secretary of State, European and Eurasian Affairs (September 2013).
Victoria Jane Nuland (born 1961) is the Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs at the United States Department of State. She served as Vice President Dick Cheney's deputy national security adviser from July 2003 to May 2005. She is married to Robert Kagan, the co-founder of Project for the New American Century.
Nuland graduated from Choate Rosemary Hall in 1979, has a B.A. from Brown University and is married to neocon ideologue Robert Kagan, with whom she has two children, David and Elena. She is also the daughter of Yale professor Sherwin B. Nuland.
A career Foreign Service officer, Nuland was Principal Deputy National Security Advisor to Vice President Dick Cheney from July 2003 until May 2005, where she worked on 'democracy promotion' in Iraq, Afghanistan, Lebanon and the broader Middle East.
Nuland was the Deputy Permanent Representative to NATO from July 2000 to July 2003. There she was instrumental in NATO's invocation of Article 5 of its charter – "an attack on one ally is an attack on all" – in support of the United States after September 11, 2001. She also worked intensively on the enlargement of the Alliance to include seven new members, the creation of the NATO-Russia Council, NATO's first deployment "out of area" to Afghanistan and its defense of Turkey during the invasion of Iraq.
From 1997 to 1999, she was Deputy Director for former Soviet Union affairs at the United States Department of State, with primary responsibility for U.S. policy towards the Russian Federation and the Caucasus countries. In that capacity, she was awarded the Secretary of Defense's Distinguished Civilian Service medal for her work with the Russians during the Kosovo bombing campaign.
The Nuland "F*** the EU" Phonecall
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On February 6, 2014 a recording of a telephone conversation between Nuland and the US Ambassador to Ukraine, Geoffrey R. Pyatt about the Ukraine Coup, was broadcast on YouTube. Nuland was discussing with Pyatt her plans for the role of the Ukrainian opposition, and she notably remarked "Fuck the EU". She also identified opposition member Arseniy Yatsenyuk as the US preferred leader of the new government which was being prepared, a preferrence which was fulfilled a few weeks later. This has been largely ignored by the commercially-controlled media and attempts have been made to obscure the import of what was leaked.
- Official Biography – from the U.S. State Department
- Victoria Nuland biography – from the U.S. NATO Mission website
- U.S. NATO Mission website
|Document:A new US puppet government for Ukraine||7 February 2014||Geoffrey Pyatt||Clear, unambiguous confirmation that the US runs the Ukrainian opposition and that what is going on in Ukraine in 2013-14 is US sponsored "Regime Change". This is how the US installs its puppet governments while feigning outrage at the terrorist violence it organises and provokes to do so".|
|Document:Costs President Obama is about to pay for Ukraine||1 March 2014||Andre Fomine||Oriental Review's prognosis for the denouement of US-Western sponsored 'regime-change' efforts in Ukraine|
|Document:Is Ukraine drifting toward civil war and Great Power confrontation?||20 February 2014||Paul Craig Roberts||The solution to a 'problem' requires that the nature of the problem be accurately diagnosed and understood; the mass of the worlds populations - especially in the West are uniformly miss and dis-informed about major issues rendering genuine 'solutions' impossible - it is the SOP of US-Western Power|
|Document:Leaked phone call on Ukraine lays bare Washington’s gangsterism||10 February 2014||Bill Van Auken||A short, readable resume of US foreign affairs diplomatic gangsterism, illustrated by the "Ukraine-Gate" intercepted telephone conversation between US Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland and US ambassador to the Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt.|
|Document:The Rape of Ukraine: Phase Two Begins||28 February 2014||William Engdahl||NATO-backed para-military mercenary organisation UNA-UNSO involved in Gladio-style murder of 'protestors' in Ukraine|
|Document:Ukraine: One ‘Regime Change’ Too Many?||1 March 2014||Ray McGovern||A veteran CIA analyst's take on the US-NATO regime change push in the Ukraine|
|Document:Victoria Nuland's 'Ukraine-gate' Deceptions||9 February 2014||Daniel McAdams||A rundown of the for-public-consumption deceptions of Victoria Nuland in connection with her "Ukraine-Gate" telephone call gaff, details of which broke in early February 2014|