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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Ukraine’s Security Service raids Communist Party office and leaders’ homes
    May09

    Ukraine’s Security Service raids Communist Party office and leaders’ homes

    Searches have been carried out, on the eve of Victory Day, at the homes of Petro Symonenko and other leading Ukrainian communists. According to the Security Service, this was in connection with a previously unreported criminal investigation into very serious charges, though the grounds for those charges remain largely unclear. …read more...

    The Ukraine War in the Time of Trump
    May08

    The Ukraine War in the Time of Trump

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    Great philosopher and true friend of Ukraine Francis Fukuyama visited Kyiv
    May08

    Great philosopher and true friend of Ukraine Francis Fukuyama visited Kyiv

    Written by: Sergiy Vakarin On April 22, 2018 UkraineIS Chairman and PGA member Sergiy Vakarin joined Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman and other Ukrainians to listen to Francis Fukuyama’s lecture at the Club of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine. There are fighters who would overcome any difficulties. But when the worst problems are...

    The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly about the Korean Summits
    May08

    The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly about the Korean Summits

    Doug Bandow North Korea’s Kim Jong-un is different from his father. But will the result of Kim’s summits be different from those of his father? So far no one has lost money betting against reconciliation with the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. Kim stepped dramatically onto the world stage when he met South Korean...

    Chernobyl brought Italy and Belarus closer together – their approach could do the same for other nations
    May08

    Chernobyl brought Italy and Belarus closer together – their approach could do the same for other nations

    Teach a child about other cultures and we can form bonds around the world. jenspie3, CC BYFollowing the Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster in Ukraine, in the former Soviet Union on April 26, 1986, humanitarian programmes were launched in the West that arranged for children from areas affected by radiological contamination to stay with...

    Emerging Europe Should Take Full Advantage of New Technology to Innovate and Improve Services
    May08

    Emerging Europe Should Take Full Advantage of New Technology to Innovate and Improve Services

    With economic growth in Europe and Central Asia having peaked, following 2.7 per cent growth in 2017 and a projection of 2.3 per cent for 2018, countries in the region should take advantage of new digital technologies to innovate and improve their services, says a new World Bank report, Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain: Europe and Central Asia...

    The Making of Killing Pavel — Documentary Production Tips
    May08

    The Making of Killing Pavel — Documentary Production Tips

    Русский In early April, the gripping documentary Killing Pavel — which followed the investigation into the murder of the reporter Pavel Sheremet — received the Oscar of investigative journalism, the IRE Medal, the highest honor Investigative Reporters and Editors can bestow for investigative reporting. It’s the first time Ukrainian...

    Ensuring the Protection of Civilians in Modern Conflict
    May08

    Ensuring the Protection of Civilians in Modern Conflict

    Report on a private roundtable discussion with experts that was hosted in September 2017, to analyse the current landscape of civilian protection in modern armed conflict, and to discuss the role that the UK government could play in addressing them. Download the report (PDF)Modern conflict has become increasingly complex, with multiple armed...

    Как снимался фильм «Убийство Павла»: советы по созданию видео-расследований
    May07

    Как снимался фильм «Убийство Павла»: советы по созданию видео-расследований

    English В начале апреля захватывающий документальный фильм “Убийство Павла», в котором журналисты проводят расследование убийства своего коллеги Павла Шеремета, получил “Оскар» расследовательской журналистики – медаль IRE – высшую награду международной организации Investigative Reporters and Editors (Журналисты и...

    Cast Off By The United States a Decade Ago, Keflavik is Again a Key Lookout
    May07

    Cast Off By The United States a Decade Ago, Keflavik is Again a Key Lookout

    In its Cold War heyday, the tiny town of Keflavik (population 15,129 today) played an outsized role on the world stage as a strategic outpost for the United States and its NATO allies, keeping an eye on Soviet and Russian activities. The Icelandic airbase was home to thousands of US servicemembers and their families. As Moscow-Washington tensions...

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