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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Russia’s War, Ukraine’s History, and the West’s Options
    Oct19

    Russia’s War, Ukraine’s History, and the West’s Options

    In Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, history was presented as justification for war. Is there any resemblance between Russian justifications and historical consensus? What does it mean when ethnic claims trump international law? And should hate propaganda be seen simply as an instrument in one war, or an element of a larger strategy to...

    Current requirements and recommendations  on constitutional reform in Ukraine  of the Parliamentary Assembly  and Venice Commission
    Oct19

    Current requirements and recommendations on constitutional reform in Ukraine of the Parliamentary Assembly and Venice Commission

    Within the project “The speedometer “Ukraine – EU”: Constitutional and Judicial Reform”, financed by European Union …read more Source: Centre for Political and Legal...

    Current requirements and recommendations on judicial reform and prosecutorial reform in Ukraine of the Council of Europe bodies
    Oct19

    Current requirements and recommendations on judicial reform and prosecutorial reform in Ukraine of the Council of Europe bodies

    Under the “Speedometer” Ukraine – EU “: Constitutional and Judicial Reform”, funded by the European Union …read more Source: Centre for Political and Legal...

    The Upside of Lower Oil Prices
    Oct19

    The Upside of Lower Oil Prices

    Movement toward sharply lower oil prices should be a prominent component of any strategy directed at disabling many of the world’s most disruptive threats: Iran’s nuclear development, ISIS, Hamas attacks on Israel, and Russia’s threat to Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Legal opinion the Law of Ukraine on the restoration of trust in the judiciary in Ukraine
    Oct19

    Legal opinion the Law of Ukraine on the restoration of trust in the judiciary in Ukraine

    Legal opinion the Law of Ukraine on the restoration of trust in the judiciary in Ukraine: european standards and implementation challenges …read more Source: Centre for Political and Legal...

    Judicial Reform in Ukraine: Challenges and Recommendations
    Oct19

    Judicial Reform in Ukraine: Challenges and Recommendations

    The independent, honest, and fair judiciary is the foundation for developing a democratic political system and a competitive market economy. It is obvious that such judiciary is lacking in Ukraine. As of the end of 2013, only 19% of citizens trusted the judiciary, while 71.3% did not. Therefore, the judicial reform must be a key priority for the...

    An expert discussion”A New Ukraine in the Eyes of Ukrainian Experts”
    Oct19

    An expert discussion”A New Ukraine in the Eyes of Ukrainian Experts”

    Leading Ukrainian think tanks got together in Brussels to provide cutting edge analysis of developments in Ukraine on 5 March, 2014. The seminar was also an opportunity to present the newly established Liaison Office for Ukrainian think tanks in Brussels. Centre for Political and Legal Reforms is a member of the Liaison Office. …read more...

    Legal insistute of residence registration: in search of an effective policy
    Oct19

    Legal insistute of residence registration: in search of an effective policy

    The reputation of the legal institute of residence registration in Ukraine needs rehabilitating after its Soviet discrediting. With this article authors want to cast a new, more optimistic view on residence registration by analyzing the legal aspects of the policy on residence registration with the hope of starting a discussion on this important...

    Legal opinion of the Centre for Political and Legal Reforms on the “laws” of 16 January 2014
    Oct19

    Legal opinion of the Centre for Political and Legal Reforms on the “laws” of 16 January 2014

    Considering the obvious illegality of the “laws” of January 16, 2014, both in their procedure of adoption and their content, these acts can be considered to be void, i.e. those that have no legal force. All citizens of Ukraine, as well as all government bodies and their officials are obliged to abide by the Constitution of Ukraine,...

    Ukraine Needs Decentralization, Done Right
    Oct19

    Ukraine Needs Decentralization, Done Right

    Fears that decentralization will serve big business and separatists in the east mean some in Ukraine want to stall the process. This would be wrong. It is urgent that decentralization proceed in a careful, transparent and participatory way. …read more Source: Centre for Political and Legal...

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