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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Before the Brussels Summit: How is the NATO Alliance Doing, Really?
    May11

    Before the Brussels Summit: How is the NATO Alliance Doing, Really?

    The revived Russian threat brings NATO back to its roots at this year’s summit in Brussels, which might be the most important in the Alliance’s recent history.Download the article (PDF)On 16 March 2018, the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) hosted a private, off the record seminar held under non-attribution rules for the Security...

    Ukraine’s Energy Sector Reforms: Assessments and Future Outlook
    May11

    Ukraine’s Energy Sector Reforms: Assessments and Future Outlook

    Invitation Only Research Event 23 May 2018 – 11:00am to 3:00pmAdd to CalendariCalendar Outlook Google Yahoo Chatham House | 10 St James’s Square | London | SW1Y 4LE …read more Source: Chatham...

    To Kill a Briber
    May11

    To Kill a Briber

    In an interview with Hromadske, policy expert Alina Mungiu-Pippidi assesses the success of Ukraine’s anti-corruption reforms. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    That Time John Bolton Promised Regime Change In Iran Before 2019
    May11

    That Time John Bolton Promised Regime Change In Iran Before 2019

    In July of last year neoconservative death cultist John Bolton, now the National Security Advisor of the United States, gave a speech at the Grand Gathering of Iranians for Free Iran in which he openly called for regime change in Tehran.Bolton, who is so stupid, crazy and evil that he remains one of the only high-profile individuals on this...

    Emerging European Procurement Officials Discuss Best Practices at PRIMO 2018
    May11

    Emerging European Procurement Officials Discuss Best Practices at PRIMO 2018

    Public Procurement specialists from across emerging Europe and Central Asia met in Bucharest from May 8-10 to share experiences and best-practices in reforming public procurement, with a special focus on innovative procurement systems that can support national development priorities. The meeting was part of a cross-regional cooperation platform...

    Ukrainian sentenced to 8 years on bizarre ‘sabotage’ charges in Russian-occupied Crimea
    May11

    Ukrainian sentenced to 8 years on bizarre ‘sabotage’ charges in Russian-occupied Crimea

    25-year-old Hennady Lymeshko has become the latest Ukrainian to receive a long sentence in Russian-occupied Crimea on highly implausible ‘sabotage’ charges. There was never any objective evidence to back the FSB’s claim on 15 August 2017 to have averted acts of sabotage, only a ‘confession’ from Lymeshko, who showed signs of...

    Russian censor prohibits Crimea Human Rights Group from informing Crimeans of their rights
    May11

    Russian censor prohibits Crimea Human Rights Group from informing Crimeans of their rights

    Russia as occupying state is not only violating international law by conscripting Crimeans into its army, but has placed material from the Crimean Human Rights Group informing people of this on its huge ‘Register of prohibited information’. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Full Report: Russian Officers and Militants Identified as Perpetrators of the January 2015 Mariupol Artillery Strike
    May10

    Full Report: Russian Officers and Militants Identified as Perpetrators of the January 2015 Mariupol Artillery Strike

    The full investigation can be downloaded here A collection of intercepted phone conversations that were used as research materials in this investigation can be accessed here Our directory of archived videos of the Mariupol shelling and its aftermath can be accessed here Our map summarizing the estimated trajectories and potential firing sites...

    Russia’s New State Armament Programme: Implications for the Russian Armed Forces and Military Capabilities to 2027
    May10

    Russia’s New State Armament Programme: Implications for the Russian Armed Forces and Military Capabilities to 2027

    10 May 2018 While Western observers should be prepared to see Russia’s armed forces become more capable over the next decade, they should avoid exaggerating the threat posed by these developments. …read more Source: Chatham...

    Victory Day Celebrations Highlight Contrasting Views of War
    May10

    Victory Day Celebrations Highlight Contrasting Views of War

    Putin warns against ‘exceptionalism,’ while Slovak premier denounces ‘anti-Russian madness.’ …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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