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Section: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (USA)

    How Not to Monitor Russia’s Border With Ukraine
    Apr30

    How Not to Monitor Russia’s Border With Ukraine

    The OSCE has no unhindered access to check what and who enters Ukraine from Russia. That makes a mockery of the ceasefire in Ukraine and undermines the organization. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    How to Avert a Nuclear War
    Apr20

    How to Avert a Nuclear War

    The Ukrainian crisis has threatened the stability of relations between Russia and the West, making it all the more critical for Russia and the United States to talk, to relieve the pressures to “use or lose” nuclear forces during a crisis and minimize the risk of a mistaken launch. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    The Long Road to Dismantling Ukraine’s Oligarchic Democracy
    Apr16

    The Long Road to Dismantling Ukraine’s Oligarchic Democracy

    A new report on how to rebuild Ukraine’s economy shows why Ukraine can’t follow Poland’s example. To ensure reforms succeed, Kiev must take on the oligarchs. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    All for All? The Breakdown of POW Exchanges in the Donbas
    Apr15

    All for All? The Breakdown of POW Exchanges in the Donbas

    The fact that the process of prisoner exchanges is still incomplete after months of fits and starts volumes about the messiness of the situation in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    What Did Tsipras and Putin Gain From Their Meeting in Moscow
    Apr14

    What Did Tsipras and Putin Gain From Their Meeting in Moscow

    The Ukraine crisis has made Europeans see Greek foreign policy as particularly threatening and divisive. In reality, Greece is simply acting in line with its long-standing political traditions. The question of European unity still lies in the hands of Brussels and Berlin | Русский …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Corrupting Civil Society in Post-Maidan Ukraine?
    Apr12

    Corrupting Civil Society in Post-Maidan Ukraine?

    Civil society now plays an outsized role in Ukrainian politics. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Europe’s Nightmare: Ukraine’s Massive Meltdown
    Apr10

    Europe’s Nightmare: Ukraine’s Massive Meltdown

    If Ukraine enters a new round of massive instability, it could become a vortex into which Russia and the West will be sucked-with unpredictable and likely dire results. What Ukraine needs today is for the West to lean hard on Kiev in support of economic and political reform. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Iran and EU Leaders Issued Joint Statement on Iran Nuclear Talks
    Apr04

    Iran and EU Leaders Issued Joint Statement on Iran Nuclear Talks

    Negotiators in Switzerland announced a “tentative agreement” to limit Iran’s nuclear program and Federica Mogherini, European Union’s High Representative for Foreign Affairs, said EU sanctions against Iran will end. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Crimea as Part of Russia: First Conclusions
    Apr03

    Crimea as Part of Russia: First Conclusions

    Russia’s problems with Crimea and Crimea’s problems with Russia will only continue to grow. We will see the effects of this in a year during the celebration of the second anniversary of the reunification. But next time, we can definitely expect less fanfare. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Explaining China’s Position on the Crimea Referendum
    Apr02

    Explaining China’s Position on the Crimea Referendum

    China recognizes the complex historical dimensions of the situation in Crimea and remains committed to a diplomatic solution that considers the interests of all parties involved. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

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