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Section: Council on Foreign Relations (USA)

    What Lies Ahead for Ukraine?
    May04

    What Lies Ahead for Ukraine?

    The conflict in Ukraine’s east could remain unresolved indefinitely unless all sides pursue a different course toward a compromise, says expert Nikolas Gvosdev. …read more Source: Council on Foreign...

    Crisis Over Ukraine
    Oct09

    Crisis Over Ukraine

    As a 2009 Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) Contingency Planning Memorandum “Crisis Between Ukraine and Russia” argued, a major Ukraine-Russia confrontation has significant implications for the United States. Despite ongoing diplomatic efforts, few aspects of the Minks II agreement have been implemented and heavy fighting could...

    Rebuilding Economic and Political Stability in Ukraine
    Sep17

    Rebuilding Economic and Political Stability in Ukraine

    Ukraine faces two severe and immediate challenges: armed pro-Russian separatists in the eastern part of the country and a sharp, nationwide economic deterioration stemming in no small part from that military threat.CFR convened a group of experts to discuss Ukraine’s economic challenges and identify possible ways for outside actors to...

    European Agenda on Migration
    Sep09

    European Agenda on Migration

    On May 13, 2015, the European Commission outlined its agenda on migration, in response to the influx of migrants from Ukraine, the Middle East, Asia, and North Africa who were seeking asylum in Europe. Implementation packages were released May 27 and September 9, with details on refugees distribution, funds for countries receiving and settling...

    Remarks by European Commission President Juncker on the State of the Union
    Sep09

    Remarks by European Commission President Juncker on the State of the Union

    On September 9, 2015, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker spoke about issues the European Union is facing, including the influx of refugees, the relationships of Greece and of Britain to the EU, the conflict in Ukraine, and climate change. He released updates for the European Agenda on Migration and for the ten priorities of the...

    Greece’s Lesson for Ukraine: More Populism, Please
    Jul08

    Greece’s Lesson for Ukraine: More Populism, Please

    Can Western governments learn anything from the Greek fiasco that will produce a better result in Ukraine? There are countless differences between the two situations, but one big similarity should worry us: In both countries an economic crisis has begotten a political crisis, and the two have begun to feed on each other. …read more Source:...

    Russia, Ukraine, and U.S. Policy
    Apr28

    Russia, Ukraine, and U.S. Policy

    In his testimony before the Senate Committee on Armed Services, Stephen Sestanovich argues that Russian President Vladimir Putin could grow more dangerous—both for his neighbors and for the United States. …read more Source: Council on Foreign...

    From Putin, a New Tune on Ukraine?
    Apr22

    From Putin, a New Tune on Ukraine?

    Vladimir Putin’s annual call-in show is not where I usually look for important statements of Russian policy. Most of the four-hour event is devoted to semi-comical political pandering (Mr. Putin presenting himself as the friend of struggling dairy farmers, for example). Still, last week’s extravaganza contained unmistakable hints of a...

    Financing a New Ukraine
    Mar23

    Financing a New Ukraine

    Ukrainian Finance Minister Natalie Jaresko discusses her country’s economy, including its ambitious reform agenda and recent International Monetary Fund package. …read more Source: Council on Foreign...

    U.S. Policy Options in Ukraine
    Mar09

    U.S. Policy Options in Ukraine

    John E. Herbst, director of the Atlantic Council’s Dinu Patriciu Eurasia Center and former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine, and Matthew Rojansky, director of the Kennan Institute at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, join Washington Post associate editor Karen J. DeYoung to discuss Ukraine’s politics, policies, and...

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