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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    No investigation into abduction of Crimean Tatar activist, just FSB surveillance of his parents
    Dec26

    No investigation into abduction of Crimean Tatar activist, just FSB surveillance of his parents

    Seven months after Ervin Ibragimov’s abduction from near his home in Russian-occupied Crimea, there is nothing to suggest that the de facto authorities are trying to find him. Instead, they have men following the Crimean Tatar activist’s parents. Ervin Ibragimov had reported such surveillance just before he was abducted. …read...

    Why I’m Optimistic about Ukraine’s Reforms in 2017
    Dec26

    Why I’m Optimistic about Ukraine’s Reforms in 2017

    Following decades of neglect, there is real progress in Ukraine’s healthcare sector. Thanks to the efforts of reformers in the Ministry of Health, pressure from civil society, and the support of international donors, the sector is seeing reduced corruption and clear prospects for reform …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights...

    Key Maidan journalist murder suspect released to flee or to commit more crimes
    Dec26

    Key Maidan journalist murder suspect released to flee or to commit more crimes

    A man who has admitted taking part in the fatal attack on journalist Viacheslav Veremiy in February 2014 has once again been released from custody. This is despite legitimate grounds for believing that if Yury Krysin does not simply go into hiding, he will continue his criminal activities …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    RUSSIA, WHICH WE WILL LOST.
    Dec24

    RUSSIA, WHICH WE WILL LOST.

    / Waiting for bloody meat grinder in the East Europe / – GCSSI BY MICHAEL DUBINYANSKY Friday, December 23, 2016 For many reasons, the Ukrainians look to the coming year with cautious pessimism. However, a couple of years ago it was considered the 2017 th year that will solve all our problems. Omniscient experts predicted that in 2017 the Kremlin...

    I was a victim of a Russian smear campaign. I understand the power of fake news.
    Dec24

    I was a victim of a Russian smear campaign. I understand the power of fake news.

    published By Anne Applebaum Columnist on washingtonpost.com On December 20th 2016 We were told in June that the Democratic National Committee had been hacked by Russians. We were told in October that material subsequently passed on to WikiLeaks came from the same source. Numerous articles were written about these leaks and about Donald...

    Trump’s Need to Trust Americans
    Dec24

    Trump’s Need to Trust Americans

    Barack Obama’s chance for a transformative presidency ended when he bowed to Official Washington’s foreign-policy establishment of neocons and liberal interventionists and bought into the elitist notion that the American people should be guided by propaganda, not informed by facts.Although he began his presidency by promising...

    Watch List Findings: Dec. 24, 2016
    Dec24

    Watch List Findings: Dec. 24, 2016

    What follows are the preliminary findings for issues identified in the daily Watch Lists this week. We are only sending findings that we regard as significant or potentially significant to keep this email manageable. We have findings for all the Watch List items. Should you be interested in findings not listed here, please contact us and we will...

    Was the Fall of the USSR a Surprise?
    Dec24

    Was the Fall of the USSR a Surprise?

    On December 25, 1991, Mikhail Gorbachev resigned as president of the Soviet Union. The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), which for nearly 70 years dominated the geopolitical landscape, smothered Eastern Europe and Eurasia within its dead embrace, and caused the deaths of around 30 million of its own people, dissolved. The collapse of...

    We don’t have to choose between fighting terror and deterring Russia: Marcus Kolga for Inside Policy
    Dec23

    We don’t have to choose between fighting terror and deterring Russia: Marcus Kolga for Inside Policy

    Macdonald-Laurier InstituteMacdonald-Laurier Institute – Canada’s leading public policy think tank The Russian envoy would have Canadians believe they have to choose between defeating terrorism and supporting allies in the Baltics. He has revealed… We don’t have to choose between fighting terror and deterring Russia:...

    Does Moscow consent to leave the North Caucasus?
    Dec23

    Does Moscow consent to leave the North Caucasus?

    …The process of disintegration of the Soviet Union began with the Caucasus. The process of further collapse of the Russian Federation will also start with this region. Avraham Shmulevich 23/12/2016 Does the Russian authorities today to leave the Caucasus, just like that? Of course not. But the events objectively developing in this direction. More...

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