: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Building a Reputation as a Business Services Destination
    May11

    Building a Reputation as a Business Services Destination

    Large cities have been on the radar of foreign companies that are looking to outsource in Poland, for several years now. With its academic potential, IT traditions and proximity to the large pool of talent in Ukraine and Belarus, Lublin is an interesting alternative. Lublin is a very young city with a population of 350,000 and twice as many...

    Getting Beyond Minsk: Toward a Resolution of the Conflict in Ukraine
    May11

    Getting Beyond Minsk: Toward a Resolution of the Conflict in Ukraine

    Photo credit: dimbar76 / Shutterstock.com The military conflict between Ukraine and Russia remains unresolved. The Minsk diplomatic process, which will be three years old in September 2017, committed Russia to a withdrawal of military forces from the Donbas region and committed Ukraine to constitutional reform and providing special status for the...

    Moldova Mulls Changes to Electoral System
    May11

    Moldova Mulls Changes to Electoral System

    Both potential changes drew international criticism for being a way for the current regime to shun accountability and stay in power longer. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Eurovision’s Glitzy Pageant Jars with Pain of Ukraine Conflict
    May11

    Eurovision’s Glitzy Pageant Jars with Pain of Ukraine Conflict

    May 11, 2017 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Getting Beyond Minsk
    May11

    Getting Beyond Minsk

    Photo credit: dimbar76 / Shutterstock.com The military conflict between Ukraine and Russia remains unresolved. The Minsk diplomatic process, which will be three years old in September 2017, committed Russia to a withdrawal of military forces from the Donbas region and committed Ukraine to constitutional reform and providing special status for the...

    Kleptocracy Daily: May 11, 2017
    May11

    Kleptocracy Daily: May 11, 2017

    News Former national security adviser Michael Flynn is reportedly at odds with his former Turkish client over two unusual payments totaling $80,000. The disagreement points to inconsistencies in Flynn’s accounts to the U.S. government about his work for foreign interests. Federal prosecutors issued grand jury subpoenas to associates of...

    Visa-free travel for Ukrainians clears final hurdle
    May11

    Visa-free travel for Ukrainians clears final hurdle

    The European Council today (11 May) approved visa-free travel for Ukrainians, fulfilling a key promise to cement ties with Kyiv as it remains embroiled in a deadly conflict with Russian-backed rebels. …read more Source:...

    OPEN TO ALL: Pre-Election Foreign Affairs Debate
    May11

    OPEN TO ALL: Pre-Election Foreign Affairs Debate

    Foreign affairs will be a dominant theme of the general election as the country prepares for Brexit and the United Kingdom re-configuring its place in the world. We hope our invited panel will offer their party perspectives on this as well as address the big foreign policy questions facing the UK including the impending military defeat of ISIS, a...

    The Amber Rush in Ukraine
    May11

    The Amber Rush in Ukraine

    Illegal amber mining in Ukraine has intensified since the Revolution of dignity. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

    The Amber Rusch in Ukraine
    May11

    The Amber Rusch in Ukraine

    Illegal amber mining in Ukraine has intensified since the Revolution of dignity. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

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