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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    News from the IEP (Germany)
    Apr27

    News from the IEP (Germany)

    First results of the IEP fact checking project “TruLies – The Truth about Lies on Europe” on the Topic of “Migration and Asylum” are online http://iep-berlin.de/en/first-results-iep-fact-checking-project-trulies-truth-lies-europe-topic-migration-asylum-online/ The project “TruLies – The Truth about Lies on Europe” of the Institute for European...

    Russia Seeks to Influence European Politics Through Youth Wings of Far-Right and Far-Left Parties
    Apr27

    Russia Seeks to Influence European Politics Through Youth Wings of Far-Right and Far-Left Parties

    Evidence suggests the Kremlin is reaching out to youth organizations, including the youth wings of European parties in order to work on goals such as campaigning to lift EU sanctions against Russia. Other youth groups have been targeted to help boost Russia’s image abroad. While these tactics are reminiscent of Soviet efforts to win the...

    The Trilateral Relationship: How India’s Rise Undermines U.S. Policy Towards Russia
    Apr27

    The Trilateral Relationship: How India’s Rise Undermines U.S. Policy Towards Russia

    As the United States seeks to bolster ties with India, it should keep in mind that it is dealing with a power whose geopolitical outlook is much closer to that of Russia. By Ricky Gandhi April 26, 2017 Photo: Kremlin The rise of India as a global economic and military power has attracted the attention of many countries around the world,...

    Cyber attacks ten years on: from disruption to disinformation
    Apr26

    Cyber attacks ten years on: from disruption to disinformation

    The solider of Tallinin, a bronze statue that triggered the first recognised cyber attack. 65817306@N00/flickr , CC BY-NCToday is the tenth anniversary of the world’s first major coordinated “cyber attack” on a nation’s internet infrastructure. This little-known event set the scene for the onrush of cyber espionage, fake news and...

    Danish companies Support and Assist Ukraine’s Economic Transition
    Apr26

    Danish companies Support and Assist Ukraine’s Economic Transition

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko felt quite content, during his visit to Copenhagen in early April 2017, when he heard leading Danish companies that already work, or plan to invest, in Ukraine say that they had already noticed practical results of the reforms. “This is a very good advertisement for potential investors to come and work with...

    Policing the Digital Metropolis: Technology and the Metropolitan Police Service
    Apr26

    Policing the Digital Metropolis: Technology and the Metropolitan Police Service

    Only when the Met chooses to embrace new technologies will it realise its goal of becoming, in its own words, ‘the first truly digital police force’. Download the article (PDF)As the new Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Cressida Dick, takes over control of the largest police force in the country, the Met’s vision for the future...

    Kleptocracy Daily: April 26, 2017
    Apr26

    Kleptocracy Daily: April 26, 2017

    The Justice Department “will continue to strongly enforce the FCPA and other anti-corruption laws…[corruption] increases the cost of doing business and hurts honest companies that don’t pay these bribes.” -AG Jeff Sessions, speaking at the Ethics and Compliance Initiative Annual Conference in Washington, DC. The heads of the House Oversight...

    April 26th, 2017
    Apr26

    April 26th, 2017

    CHINA China Convicts US Businesswoman of Spying Chun Han Wong and Charles Hutzler, WALL STREET JOURNAL A Chinese court convicted a long-detained American businesswoman of espionage and ordered her imprisoned and deported in a case seen as a barometer of US-China relations. After a half-day trial Tuesday, the court ordered Phan Phan-Gillis...

    Crimean Tatar Ruslan Zeytullaev gets 12-year sentence to meet Russian FSB quota
    Apr26

    Crimean Tatar Ruslan Zeytullaev gets 12-year sentence to meet Russian FSB quota

    Russian judges have done what they’re told and sentenced Crimean Tatar political prisoner Ruslan Zeytullaev to 12 years’ maximum security because the FSB needed an ‘organizer’ for its paperwork. The retrial and this sentence are especially chilling since there are three other men charged under the same type of quota, and they...

    Past events at the IEP (Germany)
    Apr26

    Past events at the IEP (Germany)

    Study Visit: Representatives of the Ukrainan Parliament and Civil Society Organisations visit Berlin and Brussels 13-18 March 2017, Berlin and Brussels From 13 to 18 March the Institut für Europäische Politik invited 22 participants including representatives of Ukrainian civil society organisations and staffers of the European Integration and...

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