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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    GIJN Adds Ten New Members 
    Jun29

    GIJN Adds Ten New Members 

    Gutsy online reporting sites from Japan, Taiwan, Thailand and Tunisia, data journalism centers in Turkey and Ukraine, and a West African reporting network are among the 10 new members approved by the GIJN Board of Directors this week. The new groups bring GIJN’s membership to 155 organizations in 68 countries. Interested in joining?...

    Central European states do not need rivalry, they need joint efforts
    Jun29

    Central European states do not need rivalry, they need joint efforts

    How would you explain Poland’s activism on a series of regional project proposals such as The Three Seas Initiative and Intermarium? What foreign policy perceptions drive with these two new concepts? Poland’s activity in the broader Central European region is a natural manifestation of the need to strengthen traditional ties with our...

    Russian contract soldier captured while fighting in Donbas. Russia denies everything
    Jun29

    Russian contract soldier captured while fighting in Donbas. Russia denies everything

    Another Russian soldier whose active combat in Ukraine is denied by Moscow has been captured in the Luhansk oblast after a battle in which his fellow Russian soldier was killed …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    The Case for an American Macron
    Jun28

    The Case for an American Macron

    Editor’s Note: This blog is part of an ongoing series of contributions from participants in The German Marshall Fund’s flagship leadership development program, The Marshall Memorial Fellowship (MMF). With a steady gait Emmanuel Macron took his victory lap through the Louvre esplanade, marching to the tune of Beethoven’s Ode to...

    Explosion Kills Ukrainian Colonel in Donetsk
    Jun28

    Explosion Kills Ukrainian Colonel in Donetsk

    Interfax-Ukraine. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Ukraine Quarterly Digest: #1 (January – March, 2017)
    Jun28

    Ukraine Quarterly Digest: #1 (January – March, 2017)

    FOREIGN AFFAIRS PULSE INTERNAL PULSE #PROGRESS DONBAS PULSE …read more Source: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

    Kleptocracy Daily: June 28, 2017
    Jun28

    Kleptocracy Daily: June 28, 2017

    July 18: KI and the Partnership for Transparency’s Anti-Corruption Forum will host a discussion on U.S. government approaches to kleptocracy and money laundering, including investigations, prosecutions, compliance, and possible legislation. More information and registration here. News Global Financial Integrity’ Legal Counsel and...

    Ukraine Rocked by Ransomware Attack
    Jun28

    Ukraine Rocked by Ransomware Attack

    Officials also suggest Russia was behind yesterday’s death of a military intelligence officer in Kyiv. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The new antiquity versus the new Middle Ages
    Jun28

    The new antiquity versus the new Middle Ages

    Politics The “new Middle Ages” has been a common term for referring to Russia’s present and near future since the publication of Day of the Oprichnik in 2006. The publication of Telluria in 2013 and the 2014 release of “Hard to be a God”, a dystopian film directed by Aleksei German, brought this medieval analogy to wider attention. A plot...

    Russians name Stalin and Putin “the most outstanding figures” of all times
    Jun28

    Russians name Stalin and Putin “the most outstanding figures” of all times

    Nothing should surprise us when Putin has warned against ‘excessively demonizing’ a dictator responsible for the death of millions, and that same dictator is named ‘the most outstanding figure of all ages by a terrifying 38% of Russians polled. Yet the news that the Moscow Law Academy has erected a monument to this mass murderer is still...

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