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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Cracks Appearing
    Jan25

    Cracks Appearing

    By Milan Nič. Photo: Reuters|Laszlo Balogh.Viktor Orbán has been in preaching mode recently. Hungary’s prime minister no longer complains about Germany’s “moral imperialism,” as he did at the peak of Europe’s refugee crisis in 2015. He now enthusiastically frames 2017 as “a year of revolt” within the EU: He sees the upcoming...

    How Trump will reconfigure geopolitics
    Jan25

    How Trump will reconfigure geopolitics

    Ambassador Neelam Deo delivered this speech titled “Trump’s America: reconfiguring global geopolitics” at the grand finale of ‘The Mind Games’ – a platform for talent development & idea generation at Mahindra Partners on January 18, 2017....

    The US election and the Ukraine Connection
    Jan25

    The US election and the Ukraine Connection

    The Ukraine conflict might explain Russian intervention in the US presidential race. Samuel Charap and Timothy J. Colton call for compromise and dialogue. …read more Source: International Institute for Strategic...

    Human Trafficking: open question in the Shut-In Russia
    Jan25

    Human Trafficking: open question in the Shut-In Russia

    Society January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month in the United States. Although at first glance human trafficking does not seem to be a contentious topic, the issue of human trafficking is a political one in countries the world over. From the adoption of the Palermo Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in...

    Russia: Its Boundaries In 2050
    Jan25

    Russia: Its Boundaries In 2050

    Related Commentaryvia StrategikaIn the late 1960s, Charles de Gaulle is reputed to have commented that the Soviet Union would collapse before the end of the twentieth century and that Russia itself would find its eastern borders back on the Urals before the twenty-first century had ended. Given our focus on the present it is impossible to predict...

    The Kazakh Connection And The Future of Russia’s Borders
    Jan25

    The Kazakh Connection And The Future of Russia’s Borders

    Related Commentaryvia StrategikaSince Putin’s return to the presidency in 2012, Russian revisionism has focused on the western reaches of the former Soviet Union. He has annexed Crimea and unleashed his surrogate forces in Southeast Ukraine. He has tested NATO defenses in the Baltic and North Sea, while intimidating Estonia, Latvia, and...

    Even Russian Prosecutor General criticizes anti-protest law used to jail Ildar Dadin
    Jan25

    Even Russian Prosecutor General criticizes anti-protest law used to jail Ildar Dadin

    Russia’s Constitutional Court is due to give its judgement on a notorious article of the criminal code used to imprison civic activist Ildar Dadin for totally peaceful protest. Courts in Russia at all levels almost invariably uphold politically-motivated rulings, and the Court will almost certainly reject Dadin’s appeal, however there...

    Historical Truth Banned in Russian-Occupied Crimea
    Jan25

    Historical Truth Banned in Russian-Occupied Crimea

    Where Russia cannot prosecute for annoyingly inconvenient but entirely provable truth, it opts for bans. This appears to have now happened with the Kyiv-based website Istorychna Pravda [Historical Truth …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    The Neocon Lament: Nobody Wants Them in Trump’s Washington
    Jan25

    The Neocon Lament: Nobody Wants Them in Trump’s Washington

    There is no limit to the hubris driven hypocrisy of America’s stalwart neoconservatives. A recent Washington Post front page article entitled “‘Never Trump’ national-security Republicans fear they have been blacklisted” shares with the reader the heartbreak of those so-called GOP foreign policy experts who have apparently been ignored...

    The Last Chance To Get Russian-U.S. Relationship Right
    Jan25

    The Last Chance To Get Russian-U.S. Relationship Right

    By Jonathan Power LUND, Sweden (IDN-INPS) – The great flaw in ex-president Barack Obama’s record was his policy towards Russia. Going against everything he had said and written about before he became president, one action after another antagonised the Russians. His early proclamation that he wanted Georgia and Ukraine in NATO, his de...

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