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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Ten Reasons Why Ukraine’s Economy May Surprise You
    Mar31

    Ten Reasons Why Ukraine’s Economy May Surprise You

    Source: Atlantic Council Written by: Ruslan Minich and Volodymyr Yermolenko Grain, steel, and sunflower oil are probably Ukraine’s most famous exports, but they’re not the only ones. Ukraine’s growing reputation for excellence in IT and fashion are well known, but other areas of the economy are also dynamic, including aviation,...

    Arrest warrant on ex-Ukrainian PM culminates Russia’s most cynical torture-based political trial
    Mar31

    Arrest warrant on ex-Ukrainian PM culminates Russia’s most cynical torture-based political trial

    A Russian court has issued an ‘arrest warrant’ on ex-Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk, claiming that he was placed on the international wanted list on Feb 21, 2017. There is no evidence that Interpol knows it is supposed to be looking for Yatsenyuk, and every reason to assume they would refuse to do so. …read more Source:...

    Crimean Tatar activist jailed for video posted 7 years ago in new wave of repression
    Mar31

    Crimean Tatar activist jailed for video posted 7 years ago in new wave of repression

    Remzi Bekirov has been jailed for three days in an escalating offensive against Crimean Tatars who actively report on repression in Russian-occupied Crimea. It is doubtless intentional that the pretext should have been a social network post from long before Russia’s annexation of Crimea and on a VKontakte page that he had long deleted...

    ISW Daily Update March 29, 2017
    Mar30

    ISW Daily Update March 29, 2017

    These are the major events from March 29, 2017 in the theaters and from the trans-national groups that ISW monitors: Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Egypt, Russia, Ukraine, and ISIS. SYRIA: Turkey is posturing to gain American support to consolidate its safe zone in northern Syria. Turkey announced the “successful” end of Operations...

    The II Ukrainian Gas Investment Forum took place on March 23, 2017 in Kyiv
    Mar30

    The II Ukrainian Gas Investment Forum took place on March 23, 2017 in Kyiv

    The II Ukrainian Gas Investment Forum focused on attracting investments to the Ukrainian gas sector was held on March 23, 2017 in Kyiv. Forum Organizer – A7 CONFERENCES, Co-organizer – International law firm Dentons, Strategic Partner – Association of Gas Producers of Ukraine, Energy Partner – DTEK, Partner – ENGIE, Partner – Arab Energy...

    Visa liberalisation for Ukraine [Plenary Podcast]
    Mar30

    Visa liberalisation for Ukraine [Plenary Podcast]

    Written by Anita Orav, © Julydfg / Fotolia Building on its Visa Liberalisation Dialogues, the European Commission is proposing to waive visa requirements for 45 million Ukrainian citizens. In parallel, the European Union (EU) has revised its visa suspension mechanism, reinforcing safeguards to apply to all visa liberalisation agreements....

    The Military Adaptation of the Alliance
    Mar30

    The Military Adaptation of the Alliance

    By Karl-Heinz Kamp and Wolf Langheld.“Through the longer term Adaptation Measures of the Readiness Action Plan, we have…Enhanced the NATO Response Force (NRF), increasing its readiness and substantially enlarging its size, making it a more capable and exible joint force comprised of a division-size land element with air, maritime, and...

    NATO Defense College publishes paper by Donald N. Jensen
    Mar30

    NATO Defense College publishes paper by Donald N. Jensen

    “Moscow in the Donbas: Command, Control, Crime and the Minsk Peace Process” …read more Source: Center for European Policy...

    Putin The Omnipresent?
    Mar30

    Putin The Omnipresent?

    Politics Vladimir Putin is getting a lot of coverage in news outlets across the world. In America, much of it is critical. He is accused of meddling in elections there last November. In Europe, a similar story, this one anticipatory: officials in Germany and France are worried their own national elections will be determined by hackers and...

    The Case for a European Nuke
    Mar30

    The Case for a European Nuke

    Doug Bandow Europe is feeling a bit abandoned these days. Used to regular reassurances from Washington on its commitment to transatlantic security, European leaders are now shifting their defense strategies in response to mixed signals from President Donald Trump on the United States’ role in NATO. Even Secretary of Defense James Mattis has...

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