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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Consequences of the Deterioration of the Situation in Donbas
    Feb10

    Consequences of the Deterioration of the Situation in Donbas

    The recent exacerbation of hostilities in Ukraine’s Donbas is a reaction by Russia-backed “separatists” to actions taken by the Ukraine Armed Forces (UAF), who since December 2016 have been gradually restoring control over territory along the Minsk-agreed separation line. Russia accuses Ukraine of breaching the Minsk agreement and blames...

    The War Must Go On
    Feb10

    The War Must Go On

    Security Yet a further escalation of hostilities in the Donbas which is taking place mostly near the city of Avdiivka, has been underway since January 2017, reaching its peak in February. This battle shows that the war between Russia and Ukraine is far from over despite the Minsk agreements. Moreover, the reality which served as a backdrop for...

    EU’s top diplomat discusses Russia, Iran nuclear deal with Tillerson
    Feb10

    EU’s top diplomat discusses Russia, Iran nuclear deal with Tillerson

    In their first meeting, the EU’s foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini and US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson spoke “at length” about terrorism, Russia, the Iran nuclear deal and Ukraine, the EU said in a statement. …read more Source:...

    Six Outrageous Lies Russian Disinformation Peddled about Europe in 2016
    Feb10

    Six Outrageous Lies Russian Disinformation Peddled about Europe in 2016

    Russian disinformation is working overtime to undermine European democracies. Much of the disinformation in 2016 came from original Russian sources that presented poorly digested information designed to provoke and to push an agenda that the Kremlin finds favorable …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Russia uses collaborators at UN to deny its repression of Crimean Tatars
    Feb10

    Russia uses collaborators at UN to deny its repression of Crimean Tatars

    Instead of returning Crimea or at least putting an end to grave human rights violations on the Ukrainian peninsula, Russia is pulling out (or even creating) marginal groups for use in stunts like the latest appeal by a marginal Crimean Tatar organization to the UN to recognize Crimea as Russian and lift sanctions …read more Source: Kharkiv...

    Imprisoned Ukrainian Library Director on trial for ‘extremism’ takes Russia to Strasbourg
    Feb10

    Imprisoned Ukrainian Library Director on trial for ‘extremism’ takes Russia to Strasbourg

    Natalya Sharina, Director of the Ukrainian Literature Library in Moscow, has been held under strict house arrest since her arrest on ‘extremism’ charges in late October 2015. It is her unwarranted incarceration and the restrictions imposed on her that have now been challenged with the European Court of Human Rights, since her trial for...

    Exploring the US-Mexico Trade Relationship, Part 2
    Feb09

    Exploring the US-Mexico Trade Relationship, Part 2

    Summary Public demands from states along the U.S.-Mexico border – California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas – will prove to be the biggest opposition against any changes the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump may try to make regarding trade with Mexico and related border controls. These states’ economies depend on bilateral trade...

    President Poroshenko: Elections in Occupied Territories ‘Impossible’
    Feb09

    President Poroshenko: Elections in Occupied Territories ‘Impossible’

    Ukraine. PRESS CONFERENCE. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Why post-Soviet integration will be a lot harder than the Kremlin thought
    Feb09

    Why post-Soviet integration will be a lot harder than the Kremlin thought

    Why post-Soviet integration will be a lot harder than the Kremlin thought25 years after the official collapse of the Soviet Union, the forces of disintegration in the post-Soviet space appear to be stronger than those of integration25 years after the official collapse of the Soviet Union, the forces of disintegration in the post-Soviet space...

    Friday essay: Putin, memory wars and the 100th anniversary of the Russian revolution
    Feb09

    Friday essay: Putin, memory wars and the 100th anniversary of the Russian revolution

    Russian army officers take the oath of allegiance to the Revolution, 1917 Everett Historical/shutterstockOne hundred years ago, the Romanov dynasty fell in the February Revolution of 1917. This centenary haunts Russia’s current government. “In the Kremlin,” wrote journalist Ben Judah in his important analysis of Vladimir Putin’s...

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