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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Russia, Ukraine Tangle Over Nuclear Fuel, Croatia Demands Extradition of Australian War Crime …
    Jan07

    Russia, Ukraine Tangle Over Nuclear Fuel, Croatia Demands Extradition of Australian War Crime …

    Plus, gas flows again to southern Kyrgyzstan; Ukraine’s economy minister pledges to cut spending and subsidies. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Conflict in Eastern Ukraine: Future Prospects
    Jan07

    Conflict in Eastern Ukraine: Future Prospects

    As the conflict in Eastern Ukraine enters a new year, much remains unresolved. Sporadic fighting continues between the Ukrainian forces and the separatists. Prisoner exchanges, short-lived cease fires, and uneasy deals for energy supplies mark this conflict. Negotiations are scheduled in January, meanwhile both sides continue to rearm. Mykola...

    The Kremlin Shifts Tactics in Ukraine
    Jan06

    The Kremlin Shifts Tactics in Ukraine

    Over the past three months, the Kremlin has appeared to shift its strategy from further military advances to negotiations. The reasons for this maneuvering, though, have not affected the Kremlin’s approach to the crisis, which remains situational and opportunistic. …read more Source: Institute of Modern...

    As Kyiv Tackles Corruption and Reform, a New Threat: Warlords
    Jan06

    As Kyiv Tackles Corruption and Reform, a New Threat: Warlords

    Kyiv’s Government Is Failing to Act Against Some Volunteer Defense Brigades That Are Acting Like Outlaws, Adrian Karatnycky Writes Ukraine’s new parliament and cabinet are beginning to bring revolutionary changes to how the country is governed. The legislature is energized by an unprecedented crop of civic activists and pro-democracy...

    Ukraine’s Crisis in 2015: What to Expect
    Jan06

    Ukraine’s Crisis in 2015: What to Expect

    Donbas War Will Last All Year; May Be Settled With Early Parliament Election, Mefford Writes How predictable is Ukraine’s coming year, given its financial crisis, its untested new government and, above all, its war against Russia and its proxy forces in the southeastern region of Donbas? Not very predictable, notes the Atlantic...

    Predicting Ukraine’s Crisis: Here Are the Changes to Watch For in 2015
    Jan06

    Predicting Ukraine’s Crisis: Here Are the Changes to Watch For in 2015

    Donbas War Will Last All Year; May Be Settled With Early Parliament Election, Mefford Writes How predictable is Ukraine’s coming year, given its financial crisis, its untested new government and, above all, its war against Russia and its proxy forces in the southeastern region of Donbas? Not very predictable, notes the Atlantic...

    Global economic worry list for 2015
    Jan06

    Global economic worry list for 2015

    The coming year is likely to prove to be one of the more challenging years for the global economy. At the very start of the year, there are all too many stresses in the world economy that can be identified even before the U.S. Federal Reserve begins normalizing interest rates. In a world of rising geopolitical risks, one also needs to worry about...

    Darkness on the Edge of Europe
    Jan06

    Darkness on the Edge of Europe

    Whether Ukraine is reduced to a semi-sovereign buffer state, and the rule of brute force is given free rein, depends on whether world leaders understand that appeasement begets only further aggression. If they do not, 2015 could mark the return of a European and world order that was supposedly overcome seven decades ago. …read more Source:...

    EU Bosnia Plan Goes Awry, Greenaway’s Eisenstein Biopic Denounced by Russian Film Agency
    Jan06

    EU Bosnia Plan Goes Awry, Greenaway’s Eisenstein Biopic Denounced by Russian Film Agency

    Plus, Belarus eases foreign currency restrictions and a key Milosevic witness may sue the Hague tribunal. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Theater and the Heart of a City:  Moscow’s Teatr.doc’s Confrontation with Authority
    Jan06

    Theater and the Heart of a City: Moscow’s Teatr.doc’s Confrontation with Authority

    On the evening of December 30, 2014 — just as two dozen or so patrons were settling into their seats at a purposefully ramshackle basement theater in central Moscow to watch a film about the ongoing conflict in Ukraine — police officials and a television crew entered the hall, declared a bomb threat, and asked everyone to evacuate....

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