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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Negotiating with the Kremlin: Considerations for Future US Policy towards Russia
    Feb02

    Negotiating with the Kremlin: Considerations for Future US Policy towards Russia

    Michael McFaul is the Director of the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, and Professor of Political Science at Stanford University. He served five years in the Obama administration, first as Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Russia and Eurasia at the National...

    Fear of Russia Said Behind Scrubbed NATO-Ukraine Meeting
    Feb02

    Fear of Russia Said Behind Scrubbed NATO-Ukraine Meeting

    Nearly 20 troops and civilians reportedly killed since Sunday in combat zone near Donetsk. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Bring Russia to the Table and Promote America’s Security
    Feb02

    Bring Russia to the Table and Promote America’s Security

    Putin’s Russia is determined to demilitarize NATO in Eastern Europe, end Western economic sanctions, allow the permanent amputation of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity including the Crimea, secure Bashar Assad’s rule over all of Syria, and …read more Source: Gatestone...

    NATO calls on Russia to help stop spike in violence in eastern Ukraine
    Feb02

    NATO calls on Russia to help stop spike in violence in eastern Ukraine

    NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg called on Russia yesterday (1 February) to use its “considerable influence” with rebels in eastern Ukraine to end what he described as “the most serious spike in violations” of a shaky truce there in a long time. …read more Source:...

    The Soviet Union’s Long Shadow
    Feb02

    The Soviet Union’s Long Shadow

    In the 25 years since the collapse of the USSR, the West’s relations with the largest nation on Earth have once again slowly grown sour. Looking back to the mistakes that spawned today’s Russia may hold the key to explaining and overcoming the most recent animosities. August 1991 was never going to be another lazy, summer month when...

    Where Should the External Priorities of the Visegrád Lie?
    Feb02

    Where Should the External Priorities of the Visegrád Lie?

    The real priorities of a foreign policy of any state should reflect the overall dynamics of the international context (i.e. threats for national security or opportunities for the expansion of the state’s role vis-a-vis other players). This should also apply to alliances and inter-state groupings. Today, the V4 faces the sort of challenges...

    Avdiivka Offensive Aimed at Better Kremlin ‘Dialogue’ with Trump & Undermining Minsk Agreement
    Feb02

    Avdiivka Offensive Aimed at Better Kremlin ‘Dialogue’ with Trump & Undermining Minsk Agreement

    A Russian political analyst suspects that the Kremlin has initiated the shelling of Avdiivka and resulting deaths in order to secure a better deal with the USA, one that will enable it to keep destabilizing Ukraine, while freeing itself of sanctions …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Mafia methods used to get the ‘right’ court rulings in Russian-occupied Crimea
    Feb02

    Mafia methods used to get the ‘right’ court rulings in Russian-occupied Crimea

    A moment of limited judicial independence in Russian-occupied Crimea on Jan 25 got forgotten amid the mounted offensive against lawyers defending political prisoners and imprisonment of human rights lawyer Emil Kurbedinov. Any celebration over the refusal to extend the detention of Redvan Suleimanov would, in any case, have been premature...

    Ukraine – Coup Government Tries To Sabotage US-Russia Rapprochement
    Feb02

    Ukraine – Coup Government Tries To Sabotage US-Russia Rapprochement

    Fighting in east Ukraine has restarted. This is an attempt by “deep state” forces to prevent any rapprochement between the US and Russia under the new Trump administration.The west-Ukrainian forces under command of the coup government of President Poroshenko started a large attack against the Russian supported Ukrainian self-defense...

    EU Heads of State Express Concern Over Escalation in Ukraine
    Feb01

    EU Heads of State Express Concern Over Escalation in Ukraine

    European Union. OFFICIAL STATEMENT. …read more Source: World Affairs...

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