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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Ukraine takes Russia to European Court of Human Rights over 71 Kremlin hostages
    Aug17

    Ukraine takes Russia to European Court of Human Rights over 71 Kremlin hostages

    Ukraine has lodged a vital inter-state application with the European Court of Human Rights over Russia’s persecution of 71 Ukrainians illegally held prisoner in Russia or occupied Crimea. It is the sixth inter-state application filed against Russia since its invasion of Crimea in early 2014, but the first to specifically address...

    The Aftermath of the Helsinki Summit
    Aug17

    The Aftermath of the Helsinki Summit

    Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin at the Helsinki Summit, July 2018, photo via Office of the President of the Russian FederationBESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 919, August 12, 2018 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin held a historic summit in Helsinki, Finland on July 15 that was assessed by many as a defeat for US prestige and...

    Recent Publications 53:3
    Aug17

    Recent Publications 53:3

    In: The International SpectatorRecent Publications 53:3Issue: 53/3Contributions for this issue were received from Andrea Aversano Stabile, Giuseppe Fersini, Mihaela Luchian, Federico Mascolo. Europe and Iran : the nuclear deal and beyond / Cornelius Adebahr. – London; New York: Routledge, 2017. – x, 186 p. – (Routledge studies...

    Putin’s Steering-Wheel Problem
    Aug17

    Putin’s Steering-Wheel Problem

    Left: Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) and President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych. (Photo by Sasha Mordovets/Getty Images)Right: United States President Donald J. Trump and President Putin. (Photo: Kremlin.ru) Putin’s Steering-Wheel ProblemTyler RoylanceJuly 18, 2018Putin’s policy of cultivating foreign leaders can backfire in...

    Russia & Ukraine Gain a Foothold in Africa
    Aug17

    Russia & Ukraine Gain a Foothold in Africa

    Some unlikely names are beginning to appear in Syria, Egypt, Libya and countries which lie south of the Sahel belt of Africa. Wagner Group, a Russian private military company (PMC) which won its spurs in the Donbass region of eastern Ukraine and in Syria where it guards oil facilities, has spread its wings to the Central African Republic, where a...

    The Commission deserves more Trust and Credit
    Aug17

    The Commission deserves more Trust and Credit

    Reflecting in the summer time about the ‘state of the Union’ one cannot but conclude that the European Union finds itself in a difficult position these days. The challenges are well known. The external ones are essentially connected to the unrest in our direct neighbourhood: Russia-Ukraine, the Middle East, Turkey, Central and Northern...

    Investigation sabotaged into savage acid attack on civic activist who exposed police corruption
    Aug17

    Investigation sabotaged into savage acid attack on civic activist who exposed police corruption

    New and very disturbing details have emerged regarding the police investigation into the savage acid attack on Kateryna Handziuk, an adviser to the Mayor of Kherson and a civic activist known for her hard-hitting criticism of the police …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Putin’s Steering-Wheel Problem
    Aug17

    Putin’s Steering-Wheel Problem

    Left: Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) and President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych. (Photo by Sasha Mordovets/Getty Images)Right: United States President Donald J. Trump and President Putin. (Photo: Kremlin.ru) Putin’s Steering-Wheel ProblemTyler RoylanceJuly 18, 2018Putin’s policy of cultivating foreign leaders can backfire in...

    Negotiations on Maintaining Gas Transit via Ukraine
    Aug17

    Negotiations on Maintaining Gas Transit via Ukraine

    The trilateral gas talks between the European Commission (EC), Ukraine, and Russia that resumed in July face serious challenges. The reasons for that include the Russians’ attempt to link the negotiations to other issues and Ukraine’s stalled gas market reforms. Furthermore, the EC does not have formal tools to influence either...

    Caspian Agreement May Trigger Cascade of Energy Projects
    Aug17

    Caspian Agreement May Trigger Cascade of Energy Projects

    After decades of wrangling, the five Caspian states appear ready to cooperate. From Eurasianet. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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