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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    REPORT: Russia Policy for the Next U.S. Administration
    Dec05

    REPORT: Russia Policy for the Next U.S. Administration

    December 1, 2016 As a new administration prepares to enter the White House, the U.S.- Russia relationship has fallen to its most dangerous level since the 1980s. The risk of a nuclear incident and an ongoing security dilemma in Europe have escalated amid the virtual breakdown of bilateral communication channels. Meanwhile, significant...

    EU energy policy [What Think Tanks are Thinking]
    Dec05

    EU energy policy [What Think Tanks are Thinking]

    Written by Marcin Grajewski, On 30 November, the European Commission unveiled its ‘Clean Energy for All Europeans‘ legislative package, which it hopes will mark a major step twards creating an Energy Union that ensures a functioning internal market in gas and electricity, addresses security of supply issues, promotes renewable energy sources,...

    Contract Instructor with EURUS Summer 2017
    Dec05

    Contract Instructor with EURUS Summer 2017

    Applications are invited from members of the CUPE 4600 bargaining unit and other interested persons to teach the following European, Russian and Eurasian Studies course during the Early Summer Term (May/June) 2017. EURR 4008/5008 Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict in Eastern and Central Europe This course examines nationalism and ethnic politics in...

    Trump, Brexit and the Rise of Europe’s Far-Right Stoke Fear in Brussels
    Dec05

    Trump, Brexit and the Rise of Europe’s Far-Right Stoke Fear in Brussels

    published `By Jeff Stein form newsweek.com On December 3th 2016 “The ascendance of authoritarian and racist parties in Europe are a visceral threat to those whose families survived the pogroms of the past.” Freedom Party of Austria: The country’s far-right party explained When I first met Katrine Steinfeld over dinner in Brussels a few...

    “Ukraine Is Approaching the Turning Point: The Choice Is Reform or Chaos,” Saakashvili Warns
    Dec05

    “Ukraine Is Approaching the Turning Point: The Choice Is Reform or Chaos,” Saakashvili Warns

    Former Georgia President Mikheil Saakashvili’s opening remarks at the Kyiv Post’s Tiger Conference on November 29 were puzzling. “Thanks for a couple of cameras,” he said.He was referring to the fact that even though he is a national figure with a resonant message in Ukraine, he’s the victim of a news blackout by the...

    False News
    Dec05

    False News

    Originally produced on Nov. 28, 2016 for Mauldin Economics, LLC George Friedman Since the election last month of Donald Trump as the U.S. president, something considered to be a new phenomenon has become a focus of attention. Some suspect that false news may have swayed the election. Perhaps equally as important, some claim this false news was...

    Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Japan
    Dec05

    Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Japan

    On December 16, the Institute of World Policy will hold the public debate on Ukrainian-Japanese relations. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    The Scandinavian equilibrium: between Russia and NATO
    Dec05

    The Scandinavian equilibrium: between Russia and NATO

    Russia / Europe The annexation of Crimea and the military operations taking place in south-eastern Ukraine are perceived as a Europe-wide threat to security. The latest report on Sweden’s security policy states that the conflict between Russia and the West is not limited to Central Europe but has spilled over into the Baltic states. Russian...

    Pirates, Drugs and Navies: Why the Western Indian Ocean Needs a New Security Architecture
    Dec05

    Pirates, Drugs and Navies: Why the Western Indian Ocean Needs a New Security Architecture

    As international counter-piracy missions wind down, the region needs to develop coherent, effective and enduring structures to enhance maritime governance.International operations against piracy in the Western Indian Ocean are due to wind down. Some major external navies will probably remain, but the region’s states will have to adjust to...

    How to Counter Aggression with Limited Resources: 10 Recommendations
    Dec05

    How to Counter Aggression with Limited Resources: 10 Recommendations

    Based on our report “Security in Transition. How to Counter Aggression with Limited Resources,” the Institute of World Policy has prepared 10 recommendations that will improve Ukraine’s security if carried out. …read more Source: Institute of World...

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