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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    UN Court Rejects Key Part of Ukraine’s Case against Moscow
    Apr20

    UN Court Rejects Key Part of Ukraine’s Case against Moscow

    But ICJ orders Russia to stop discriminating against the Tatars in Crimea. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    April 20th, 2017
    Apr20

    April 20th, 2017

    CHINA Criticism of Beijing’s North Korea Policy Comes From Unlikely Place: China Chris Buckley, THE NEW YORK TIMES When China’s best-known historian of the Korean War, Shen Zhihua, recently laid out his views on North Korea, astonishment rippled through the audience. China, he said with a bluntness that is rare in the country, had...

    #NewNormal: From East Ukraine to South Russia
    Apr20

    #NewNormal: From East Ukraine to South Russia

    Video | Since 2014, this family has been huddling in a small rented house. But they are happy that they have found a safe place for their children. They had to flee Gorlovka in eastern Ukraine amid heavy shelling. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

    Russian Journalist Dies after St. Petersburg Attack
    Apr20

    Russian Journalist Dies after St. Petersburg Attack

    Nikolai Andrushchenko, once a city councilor, became a thorn in the side of local politicians. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukraine: A warm room and hot tea at a contentious checkpoint
    Apr20

    Ukraine: A warm room and hot tea at a contentious checkpoint

    Article | The line of contact between Lugansk in Ukraine and Stanytsia Luhanska is a vital road of commerce. Red Cross volunteers help visitors who cross the checkpoint by providing health care, medical assistance and food. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

    The Kremlin has its watchful eyes set on the French elections
    Apr20

    The Kremlin has its watchful eyes set on the French elections

    Vladimir Putin, here with French President Francois Hollande, has big plans for Europe. Kremlin Press Office, CC BY-SAThe Ukrainian crisis, from the Maidan protests and the annexation of Crimea to the violent conflict in Donbass, has led to an unprecedented deterioration of relations between Russia and the West. As early as 2014, the West imposed...

    The Ukraine Crisis: Why Everyone Loses
    Apr20

    The Ukraine Crisis: Why Everyone Loses

    The Ukraine conflict has left every major actor involved worse off than it was before, and a resolution seems as elusive as ever. An inclusive dialogue on the regional order could be the first step toward defusing the conflict. …read more Source:...

    Russian Journalist, Putin Critic Dies After Severe Beating
    Apr20

    Russian Journalist, Putin Critic Dies After Severe Beating

    A prominent Russian journalist known for articles criticizing Russia’s government and President Vladimir Putin has died at a hospital in St. Petersburg after being severely beaten by unknown assailants …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    UN Court at the Hague orders Russia to stop persecuting Crimean Tatar Mejlis
    Apr20

    UN Court at the Hague orders Russia to stop persecuting Crimean Tatar Mejlis

    The International Court of Justice’s decision on April 19 on Ukraine’s suit against Russia contained one failure, but, as one Ukrainian official put it, the score was 3:1 in Ukraine’s favour …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Are We All Losers?
    Apr19

    Are We All Losers?

    Security Sam Charap and Tim Colton, two prominent American Russia watchers, have published a new book with an alarming title: Everyone Loses: The Ukraine Crisis and the Ruinous Contest for Post-Soviet Eurasia. Their main idea: the ongoing Russian–Ukraine conflict is unprecedented, because in classical terms, it is not a “win-lose” or even a...

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