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    These 4 things could trigger the next crisis in Europe – Credit Suisse
    Aug02

    These 4 things could trigger the next crisis in Europe – Credit Suisse

    Credit Suisse has identified four crunch points that could bring about another crisis in Europe, Business Insider reported. In a ”Global Equity Strategy” note sent to clients, the investment bank says: ”Most U.S. clients believe there will be another flare-up of the European political/economic crisis.” The bank highlighted four key events that...

    Bloomberg: Putin`s economy is stuck and he doesn`t know how to get it going
    Aug02

    Bloomberg: Putin`s economy is stuck and he doesn`t know how to get it going

    Vladimir Putin`s economy has been shrinking for 18 months but he still doesn`t have a plan to get it going again, according to Bloomberg. ”After focusing almost exclusively on foreign policy since early 2014, the need to get the economy back into gear is forcing the Russian president to face a painful choice: bow to the demands of the markets or...

    How Russia has prepared for aggression against Ukraine for 10 years. Instruments of hybrid war: diplomacy, media, culture and religion
    Jul05

    How Russia has prepared for aggression against Ukraine for 10 years. Instruments of hybrid war: diplomacy, media, culture and religion

    Thesis to the second anniversary of the Russian aggression against Ukraine. Published by uacrisis.org Ukrainian-Russian relations have a long and controversial history, dating back hundreds of years. Their main theme is the desire of Muscovy and its successors – the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union and the Russian Federation – to prevent the...

    Minsk agreements – an attempt to analyze approaches and intentions of the participants of the process
    Jun26

    Minsk agreements – an attempt to analyze approaches and intentions of the participants of the process

    Originally published by hvylya.net, translated by UaPosition Today’s publication of  “Maidan of Foreign Affairs” of the results of the poll on attitudes Ukrainian to Minsk agreements and de-occupation of Crimea coincides with diplomatic curiosity – Victoria Nuland, Assistant Secretary of State, which in these days was in...

    Hybrid technology of ethnic pressures: instrument of the Russian geostrategy
    May31

    Hybrid technology of ethnic pressures: instrument of the Russian geostrategy

    Very few people think about it seriously, but as it turns out, nearly all hybrid wars of recent decades have similar motives for unleashing the conflict. Moreover, you won’t find any analysis of back stories of conflicts with Russia in the open access. At best, the Russian version of Wikipedia will be marked with a chronology of events,...

    Hudson Institute launched the Kleptocracy Archive: Poroshenko on the front page
    May24

    Hudson Institute launched the Kleptocracy Archive: Poroshenko on the front page

    The Hudson Institute’s Kleptocracy Initiative launched its Kleptocracy Archive and now anyone interested can search for thousands of primary source documents on corruption in authoritarian regimes at kleptocracyarchive.org Hudson’s Kleptocracy Initiative (KI) examines the growing threat posed to Western democracies by autocratic regimes. The...

    How Russia’s worst propaganda myths about Ukraine seep into media language
    May20

    How Russia’s worst propaganda myths about Ukraine seep into media language

    Over the past two years, much has been written about the “Ukraine crisis”. This phrase is, in fact, a euphemism, used purposefully by some and sloppily by others. In both cases, however, use of the euphemism “crisis” diminishes, distorts and distracts from the reality in Ukraine. And the reality is that the “crisis” in Ukraine is Russia. Russia...

    Russian aggression against Ukraine, international law and global security: 25 key theses
    May16

    Russian aggression against Ukraine, international law and global security: 25 key theses

    Introductory remarks 1)      Understanding of the consequences of the aggression continues. To talk about what consequences the Russian aggression has already identified, would be jumping ahead of time even now. These consequences will be determined by a combination of many factors, first of all – the ability or inability of leading players to...

    Three instruments of Kremlin against Ukraine
    May04

    Three instruments of Kremlin against Ukraine

    Originally published by eurointegration.com.ua , translated by UaPosition In recent months, in connection with the relative calm in the Russian-Ukrainian war in the Donbas region, many Western observers have begun to classify this confrontation as another “frozen conflict” on the territory of the former Soviet Union. But still, even...

    Stratfor: In Ukraine, cycle of uncertainty churns on
    Apr23

    Stratfor: In Ukraine, cycle of uncertainty churns on

    Early parliamentary elections cannot be ruled out in Ukraine if progress on economic growth and political reforms continues to elude the country, and it may return it to Russia`s camp, according to Stratfor, the U.S.-based private intelligence company. ”Despite its fresh start, however, the new Ukrainian government faces many lingering...

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