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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    A ‘Pacifist’ Japan Starts to Pack a Punch
    Aug26

    A ‘Pacifist’ Japan Starts to Pack a Punch

    To meet the threats from China and North Korea, Japan is cooperating with its allies in the region, particularly by selling, lending or gifting them naval and maritime assets. But Tokyo is also building up its own fleet, despite its pacifist constitution, and this has put Japan’s shipbuilders into the spotlight.Download the article (PDF)As...

    Assessing the EU’s conflict prevention and peacebuilding interventions in Ukraine
    Aug26

    Assessing the EU’s conflict prevention and peacebuilding interventions in Ukraine

    By Leonid Litra, Ivan Medynskyi, Kateryna Zarembo …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Trump’s New Strategy for Afghanistan Is Neither New, nor a Strategy, nor Trump’s
    Aug26

    Trump’s New Strategy for Afghanistan Is Neither New, nor a Strategy, nor Trump’s

    For some time it has been clear that the White House of President Donald Trump was convulsed with a struggle among various court factions vying for the Emperor’s ear. Crudely oversimplified, these are variously described as:1. The military “Junta” (Generals McMaster, National Security Council; Mattis, Pentagon; and Kelly, White...

    Turkey: In the Eye of the Storm
    Aug26

    Turkey: In the Eye of the Storm

    By Jacob L. Shapiro This time last year, Turkey was in the throes of a crisis. A faction of the military had tried to – and nearly did – overthrow the government. The putsch failed, and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan took the opportunity to purge the system of current and potential opponents to his rule. The purges haven’t stopped, and...

    Ukraine: Helping people help themselves
    Aug26

    Ukraine: Helping people help themselves

    Article | Jo Burton implemented the ICRC’s Economic Security programmes in Ukraine from February 2016 until early May 2017, managing 45 staff. In this interview, Jo explains how the ICRC helps people affected by the conflict in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

    Ukraine to Restart Privatisation to Realise Profits
    Aug26

    Ukraine to Restart Privatisation to Realise Profits

    Ukrainian Prime Minister, Volodymyr Groysman, vows to restart privatisation, which is a strict condition of the next bailout tranches granted by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), for the autumn of 2017. That is why the government has pledged to sell the Odessa Portside Chemical Plant as well as the shares in eight regional electricity...

    Kennan Cable No.25: A Wake-up Call for Ukraine’s Civil Society
    Aug26

    Kennan Cable No.25: A Wake-up Call for Ukraine’s Civil Society

    When U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson paid his first official visit to Ukraine on 9 July 2017, he met with a small group of Ukrainian civil society activists prior to his meeting with President Poroshenko. The sequence of Tillerson’s conversations in Kyiv was not coincidental. It sent a clear signal: the U.S. government values...

    Mattis Vows US Support for Ukraine Against ‘Russian Aggression’
    Aug26

    Mattis Vows US Support for Ukraine Against ‘Russian Aggression’

    CNN. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Mattis Vows US Support for Ukraine Against ‘Russian Aggression’
    Aug26

    Mattis Vows US Support for Ukraine Against ‘Russian Aggression’

    CNN. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Kleptocracy Daily: August 25, 2017
    Aug26

    Kleptocracy Daily: August 25, 2017

    “Universities selling their brand to China are much too willing to sell their principles as part of the package,” says Christopher Balding, as “children of Chinese senior party officials who, on paper, make less than $20,000 a year are attending elite U.S. universities and enjoying the benefits while their parents rail against the dangers.”...

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