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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Russia Attempted to Influence French and Dutch Elections With Suspect Polls
    Jun06

    Russia Attempted to Influence French and Dutch Elections With Suspect Polls

    Introduction Earlier this week, Vladimir Putin denied alleged Russian interference in the French presidential election. But evidence shows Russian state media used dubious opinion poll data in the run up to the French election to promote Francois Fillon, at a time when mainstream polls showed him trailing in third place. Shortly before the French...

    Russian Court Convicts Ukrainian Librarian of Inciting Hatred
    Jun06

    Russian Court Convicts Ukrainian Librarian of Inciting Hatred

    Natalia Sharina spent 15 months under house arrest while awaiting trial for possessing banned books. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Book Talk: A Successful Failure – Russia After Crimea
    Jun06

    Book Talk: A Successful Failure – Russia After Crimea

    The annexation of Crimea has transformed the Russian Federation. Three years of economic stagnation, international sanctions, and unstable oil prices have all had their effect. Within the government bureaucracy, power struggles are underway with new plans to address Russia’s post-Crimean reality. The editors of this book will analyze some...

    Ukraine’s Tech Sector Is Booming but Needs Awareness and Confidence
    Jun06

    Ukraine’s Tech Sector Is Booming but Needs Awareness and Confidence

    Despite several turbulent years, Ukraine’s economy is now showing real promise. The country recently received its latest tranche of IMF funding and is making a huge effort to stamp out corruption. With a large base of highly skilled technology professionals and a highly-developed information technology sector, Ukraine’s economy has...

    Arkady Moshes, The Crisis Over Ukraine – Three Years On: Is a “grand bargain” totally ruled out? Arkady Moshes (FIIA, Finland)
    Jun06

    Arkady Moshes, The Crisis Over Ukraine – Three Years On: Is a “grand bargain” totally ruled out? Arkady Moshes (FIIA, Finland)

    An explicit “deal” between the West and Russia on Ukraine is not possible. Europe would like to reach a more pragmatic modus vivendi with Moscow, but a sustainable freezing of the conflict in Donbas remains a critical minimum precondition. Link: http://www.fiia.fi/en/publication/680/the_crisis_over_ukraine_three_years_on/ …read more Source:...

    Conservative Party announce plans for trade commissioners worldwide in bid to boost trade post-Brexit
    Jun06

    Conservative Party announce plans for trade commissioners worldwide in bid to boost trade post-Brexit

    Conservative Party announce plans for trade commissioners worldwide in bid to boost trade post-BrexitThe Conservative Party yesterday announced Prime Minister Theresa May would establish nine trade commissioners in different regions of the world to promote exports and drive trade policy overseas post-Brexit. In a statement, the Party said,...

    New Generation Warfare
    Jun06

    New Generation Warfare

    The West has to understand the way of Russian military thinking in order to be able to respond to the Kremlin’s moves. Russia is unlikely to invade the Baltic states, however, it will be worth it to pay attention to Belarus this year. Although “hybrid warfare” is the most commonly used term for referring to Russian activities in Ukraine,...

    For Dignity and Human Rights in Ukraine
    Jun06

    For Dignity and Human Rights in Ukraine

    Public statement of the legal aid system team on violation of basic principles during the competition for the position of the Director of the Coordination Centre for Legal Aid Provision …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Russia convicts Ukrainian library director of ‘anti-Russian extremism’
    Jun06

    Russia convicts Ukrainian library director of ‘anti-Russian extremism’

    Natalya Sharina, a 59-year-old librarian has received a 4-year suspended sentence with a 4-year probation period, for supposed ‘extremism’ linked with material in the Ukrainian Literature Library, and on a far-fetched charge of squandering public money. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    IWP to Present “Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Sweden”
    Jun06

    IWP to Present “Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Sweden”

    On June 12, the Institute of World Policy will hold a presentation and discussion “Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Sweden”. …read more Source: Institute of World...

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