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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Death And Redemption In Ukraine
    Feb23

    Death And Redemption In Ukraine

    Bohdan Solchanyk was not a materialistic young man. He did not seek worldly pleasures, but rather took delight in his studies, his fiancee, his faith. What Bohdan wanted -what they both wanted – was live in the Ukraine with dignity and freedom. on Death And Redemption In Ukraine… The post Death And Redemption In Ukraine appeared first on Acton...

    Russia’s Failing Economy Likely to Drive Migrant Laborers Into ‘Foreign Legion’
    Feb23

    Russia’s Failing Economy Likely to Drive Migrant Laborers Into ‘Foreign Legion’

    On February 2, Tajikistan’s government approved an “anti-crisis program” designed to stimulate economic growth by creating 200,000 new jobs (Ozodi, February 2). While the details of the stimulus plan are uncertain, the causes of Tajikistan’s current economic woes are clear. In particular, the Russian economic crises and the...

    Violence Mars Ukraine’s Maidan Anniversary, Orban Suffers Setback in Regional Vote
    Feb23

    Violence Mars Ukraine’s Maidan Anniversary, Orban Suffers Setback in Regional Vote

    Plus, Azerbaijan moves to shore up its currency and the maker of Russia’s AK-47 plans to diversify. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    NATO Enlargement: Why a Fourth Round is Long Overdue
    Feb23

    NATO Enlargement: Why a Fourth Round is Long Overdue

    The events in the Ukraine over the last year and a half have led to some calls for a ceasing of NATO’s successful enlargement process. However, this would be detrimental to the future stability and security of the Western Balkans region. As of 2015, Albania, Croatia and Slovenia are formal members of NATO. Why, therefore, should Montenegro...

    Not Another Iron Curtain
    Feb23

    Not Another Iron Curtain

    The EU urgently needs to tie Ukraine and the rest of Eastern Europe as close as possible to the bloc and prevent the continent from becoming divided again. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Interventionism Kills: Post-Coup Ukraine One Year Later
    Feb22

    Interventionism Kills: Post-Coup Ukraine One Year Later

    It was one year ago last weekend that a violent coup overthrew the legally elected government of Ukraine. That coup was not only supported by US and EU governments — much of it was actually planned by them. Looking back at the events that led to the overthrow it is clear that without foreign intervention Ukraine would not be in its current,...

    Ukraine Coup One Year On and Does Obama Hate America?  – Ron Paul Liberty Report
    Feb21

    Ukraine Coup One Year On and Does Obama Hate America? – Ron Paul Liberty Report

    Ron Paul is back with another edition of his liberty report, joined by his co-host, RPI Director Daniel McAdams. Today, Dr. Paul takes a look at the state of Ukraine one year after the US-sponsored coup — were there no peaceful alternatives? Also, what is the latest political blow up about President Obama’s refusal to say we are at...

    Putin the Improviser
    Feb21

    Putin the Improviser

    The Ukraine showdown is even scarier and more dangerous than most people think: President Putin is making it up as he goes along. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Redefining Russia: Putin’s Agenda
    Feb21

    Redefining Russia: Putin’s Agenda

    Does Vladimir Putin have an ideology? And if so, what does it tell us about his goals for Russia? Whatever Putin’s agenda or the ideas that drive it, Russian aggression in Ukraine has stirred up tensions not seen since the Cold War in ways that are redefining Russia and its relations with its neighbors and the world. Veteran journalist...

    Why a Grexit should (and would) be vetoed
    Feb20

    Why a Grexit should (and would) be vetoed

    Tags: Grexit NATO Euro Greece Tsipras ECB Germany Europe EU Eurogroup EurozoneThe noise around Greece is getting cacophonous, as each side poses and postures. The skirmishes have been rather frivolous so far, symptomatic of the two sides sussing each other out. The serious discussion is set to begin today at the European Council, but it will take...

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