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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    March 1st, 2017
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    March 1st, 2017

    CHINA UN Human Rights Experts Unite to Condemn China Over Expulsions of Tibetans Edward Wong, NEW YORK TIMES A half-dozen United Nations experts who investigate human rights abuses have taken the rare step of banding together to condemn China for expulsions of monks and nuns from major religious enclaves in a Tibetan region. In a sharply worded...

    Finalising the DCFTA is Expected to Bring Multiple Benefits to Ukraine
    Mar01

    Finalising the DCFTA is Expected to Bring Multiple Benefits to Ukraine

    The Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Areas (DCFTA) negotiations between the European Union and Ukraine began in 2018, after the country joined the World Trade Organisation (WTO). Despite having started on the wave of the Orange Revolution of 2003-2004, they were continued, or even accelerated, by President Viktor Yanukovych, who was elected in...

    Ukraine must block measures that undermine the fight against corruption
    Mar01

    Ukraine must block measures that undermine the fight against corruption

    The integrity and work of the National Anticorruption Bureau (NABU) in Ukraine will be put in jeopardy if the process to appoint an independent auditor is manipulated, according to Transparency International, the global anti-corruption movement. It is calling on the government to ensure that only the most qualified, independent candidates are...

    Finalising the DCFTA is Expected to Bring Multiple Benefits to Ukraine
    Mar01

    Finalising the DCFTA is Expected to Bring Multiple Benefits to Ukraine

    The Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Areas (DCFTA) negotiations between the European Union and Ukraine began in 2018, after the country joined the World Trade Organisation (WTO). Despite having started on the wave of the Orange Revolution of 2003-2004, they were continued, or even accelerated, by President Viktor Yanukovych, who was elected in...

    A Very Good Prospect for Future Biogas Development
    Mar01

    A Very Good Prospect for Future Biogas Development

    The National Renewable Energy Action Plan (NREAP) till 2020 establishes the general goals for the development of the renewable energy sources’ (RES) sector in Ukraine. According to Ukraine’s commitments as an Energy Treaty member, the RES share in the gross final energy consumption should reach 11 per cent by 2020. Biomass-to-energy...

    A Very Good Prospect for Future Biogas Development
    Mar01

    A Very Good Prospect for Future Biogas Development

    The National Renewable Energy Action Plan (NREAP) till 2020 establishes the general goals for the development of the renewable energy sources’ (RES) sector in Ukraine. According to Ukraine’s commitments as an Energy Treaty member, the RES share in the gross final energy consumption should reach 11 per cent by 2020. Biomass-to-energy...

    IWP Took Part in the UkraineLab 2017 in Brussels
    Mar01

    IWP Took Part in the UkraineLab 2017 in Brussels

    IWP analyst Daria Gaidai represented the Institute of World policy at the UkraineLab 2017: Fair of project ideas in Support of Reforms in Ukraine, which was organised by the Ukrainian Think Tanks Liaison Office in Brussels on the 22nd February 2017. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Office Space Remains Available in Demand in Kyiv
    Mar01

    Office Space Remains Available in Demand in Kyiv

    In 2016, the total stock of office space in Kyiv amounted to 1,783 square metres. The new supply was insignificant, a mere 38,000 square metres and was the market’s lowest increase since 2008. 2016 was characterised by an increase in the number of lease transactions in Grade A and B business centres. Against the background of the...

    Ukraine’s Reputation for Cheap Labour May Not Ring True in the Long-term
    Mar01

    Ukraine’s Reputation for Cheap Labour May Not Ring True in the Long-term

    Since gaining its dependence Ukraine’s economic and political priorities have been to attract foreign investors. Ukraine is a country with a population of 45 million. The country’s leadership’s main arguments to attract foreign investors have been its abundant and cheap labour force as well as a large market and fast growth of...

    Russophobia on the Rise in Lithuania
    Mar01

    Russophobia on the Rise in Lithuania

    Court hands down guilty verdicts to two men accused of stealing military intelligence. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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