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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Ukraine’s SBU detain Crimean activists “in Russian FSB style”
    Oct13

    Ukraine’s SBU detain Crimean activists “in Russian FSB style”

    Civic activists have reacted with strong scepticism to the claims made by the Lviv SBU [Security Service] in explaining the searches and detention on October 12 of up to 12 activists, including two well-known Crimeans, forced to flee their home after Russia’s invasion …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    The German-Ukrainian Forum of Young Researchers: Call for Participants
    Oct13

    The German-Ukrainian Forum of Young Researchers: Call for Participants

    University of Tübingen in cooperation with the German-Ukrainian Academic Society is organizing the German-Ukrainian Forum of Young Researchers, supported by the DAAD from the means of the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF). This event will consist of two parts: Part I: an exploratory and networking tour, visiting some of...

    Russia flouts European Court, refuses to allow doctors to see abducted Ukrainian Pavlo Hryb
    Oct13

    Russia flouts European Court, refuses to allow doctors to see abducted Ukrainian Pavlo Hryb

    In direct breach of a request from the European Court of Human Rights, Russia has prevented Ukrainian doctors from visiting Pavlo Hryb in a Krasnodar SIZO [remand prison]. It seems likely that Russia is using Pavlo’s medical condition to put pressure on him and international attention is critically needed …read more Source: Kharkiv...

    The Deep State’s Bogus ‘Iranian Threat’
    Oct13

    The Deep State’s Bogus ‘Iranian Threat’

    Yesterday we identified a permanent fiscal crisis as one of the quadruple witching forces arising in October 2017 which will shatter the global financial bubble. Today the Donald is on the cusp of making the crisis dramatically worse by decertifying the Iranian nuke deal, thereby reinforcing another false narrative that enables the $1 trillion...

    Abandoning the Iran Deal Is Just One Example of Irrational U.S. Diplomacy
    Oct12

    Abandoning the Iran Deal Is Just One Example of Irrational U.S. Diplomacy

    Ted Galen Carpenter All signs indicate that President Trump will rescind Washington’s adherence to the nuclear agreement reached between the leading international powers and Iran in 2015. That agreement, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), placed significant restrictions on Tehran’s nuclear program—at the very least...

    The winners of the 2017 Ukrainian PhD Thesis Presentation Contest have been announced
    Oct12

    The winners of the 2017 Ukrainian PhD Thesis Presentation Contest have been announced

    On the 6th of October 2017 in Augsburg the PhD Thesis Presentation Contest took place for the second time within the framework of the Annual Meeting of the German-Ukrainian Academic Society/ The UKRAINE Network. With this annual PhD Contest the Society aims to promote aspiring PhD candidates and foster academic cooperation with Ukraine. The...

    Mass detention for reporting armed searches and arrests in Russian occupied Crimea
    Oct12

    Mass detention for reporting armed searches and arrests in Russian occupied Crimea

    Armed searches began early in the morning of October 11 in a number of Crimean Tatar homes in Bakhchysarai. This was a clear attempt at intimidation, with the six Crimean Tatars primarily people who have taken a firm civic stand and demonstrated solidarity where others faced searches and arrests …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights...

    The reform of the justice system in Ukraine – Roundtable
    Oct12

    The reform of the justice system in Ukraine – Roundtable

    …read more Source: European Policy...

    Czech Elections, yet another Central European Experiment with Democracy
    Oct12

    Czech Elections, yet another Central European Experiment with Democracy

    On Saturday, October 21st, the Czech Republic may follow the course that Poland under Jarosław Kaczyński and Hungary under Viktor Orbán have already set on — from a full-fledged democracy of the western type to an authoritarian regime of an eastern character. While such a system still allows for elections and something like an opposition is still...

    Poles Still Keen on German Jobs
    Oct12

    Poles Still Keen on German Jobs

    Germany remains the primary destination for Poles looking to work abroad. According to Poland’s Centre for Public Opinion Research (CBOS), in 2016, 41 per cent of Poles working abroad chose the country’s Western neighbour, although there have been years when as many as 48 per cent of Poles abroad worked in Germany. There are two...

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