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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Supreme Court Candidate Exposed for Sentencing Innocent Man to Life Imprisonment
    Apr18

    Supreme Court Candidate Exposed for Sentencing Innocent Man to Life Imprisonment

    It is, of course, for the court to determine a man’s innocence, however in the case of life prisoner Volodymyr Panasenko, nobody has ever believed he is guilty. Now, after Panasenko has been in prison for over 10 years, his trial has proven a career nemesis for one of the judges who sentenced him. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human...

    European Relations with Russia: Threat Perceptions, Responses, and Strategies in the Wake of the Ukrainian Crisis
    Apr17

    European Relations with Russia: Threat Perceptions, Responses, and Strategies in the Wake of the Ukrainian Crisis

    RAND Corporation. US. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    In the Information Battle with Post-Soviet States, the West Is Losing Ground
    Apr17

    In the Information Battle with Post-Soviet States, the West Is Losing Ground

    A new report examines how propaganda and disinformation are being disseminated across Ukraine, Russia, Georgia, and elsewhere, including across Europe and America—and what can be done about it. …read more Source: Open Society...

    Kleptocracy Daily: April 17, 2017
    Apr17

    Kleptocracy Daily: April 17, 2017

    A new documentary on the murder of Alexander Litvinenko, Hunting the KGB Killers, will premiere today on Britain’s Channel 4. News The House Intelligence Committee sent one of its members to the Mediterranean country where Wilbur Ross, Paul Manafort, and sanction-dodging oligarchs have all had money – Cyprus. (The Daily Beast) A mysterious...

    Hague Court To Issue Ruling On Ukraine Case Against Russia
    Apr17

    Hague Court To Issue Ruling On Ukraine Case Against Russia

    April 17, 2017 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Longstanding Early Investors Say Ukraine Offers Foreign Manufacturers Great Prospects
    Apr15

    Longstanding Early Investors Say Ukraine Offers Foreign Manufacturers Great Prospects

    Since the beginning of the military conflict in eastern Ukraine, quite a few foreign companies have left the country. Other firms decided to stay and grow the business, however, seeing Ukraine as a great location for their manufacturing facilities. Decades of experience Ansgar Bornemann, Head of Nestlé in Ukraine and Moldova, says it has been a...

    Transition in Government and the Economy Remains Vital in CEE
    Apr15

    Transition in Government and the Economy Remains Vital in CEE

    As the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) holds its annual meeting in Cyprus, the political and economic landscape across transition economies is perhaps one of the most difficult that the EBRD has faced since the early 1990s. The rise of authoritarian populism, the acceleration of centrifugal forces in Europe, and the...

    Suspected Maidan Killer & Three Other Ex-Berkut Officers Flee to Russia
    Apr15

    Suspected Maidan Killer & Three Other Ex-Berkut Officers Flee to Russia

    In a move which was easily to be predicted and averted, a former ex-Berkut officer suspected of direct involvement in the killing of Maidan activists has been allowed to escape justice. Vitaly Honcharenko was released from custody on April 6 and on April 13 crossed, unimpeded, into Russia, together with three former Kharkiv Berkut colleagues....

    Tillerson in Moscow: Is World War III Back on Track?
    Apr14

    Tillerson in Moscow: Is World War III Back on Track?

    If anyone is worried whether the prospect of a major war, which many of us considered almost inevitable if Hillary Clinton had attained the White House, is back on track, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s visit to Moscow was cold comfort. From his remarks together with his counterpart Sergey Lavrov, there is now little reason to expect any...

    Kleptocracy Weekly: April 14, 2017
    Apr14

    Kleptocracy Weekly: April 14, 2017

    Features KI’s Natalie Duffy on why the recent spate of retroactive foreign lobbying filings undermines any transparency the legislation hopes to achieve. Casey Michel talks to Will Fitzgibbon of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists on the anniversary of the Panama Papers release. KI’s Belinda Li examines how...

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