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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Berlin’s Foreign Policy Dilemma: A Paradigm Shift in Volatile Times
    Feb17

    Berlin’s Foreign Policy Dilemma: A Paradigm Shift in Volatile Times

    Photo credit: Tobias Koch Germany’s foreign policy over the last decades has been a paradox. An economic power­house with the potential for a key lea­der­ship role in Europe, Germany has often been accused of being too cautious or uncooperative in addressing European and transatlantic challenges. At the same time, expectations for German...

    Will Serbia be able to balance between Russia and the West?
    Feb17

    Will Serbia be able to balance between Russia and the West?

    Will Serbia be able to balance between Russia and the West? It remains to be seen how the EU will respond to Serbia’s plans to sign a free-trade agreement with the Russia-led Eurasian Economic Union, given the current geopolitical context and the Kremlin’s contradictions with the West over UkraineIt remains to be seen how the EU will...

    Ukraine: Activities highlights, 2016
    Feb17

    Ukraine: Activities highlights, 2016

    Article | In Ukraine, the ICRC is helping people affected by the conflict in collaboration with the Ukrainian Red Cross. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

    Hassan Rouhani and the Future of Iran’s Moderates
    Feb17

    Hassan Rouhani and the Future of Iran’s Moderates

    In Iran’s upcoming elections it is not just the presidency that is at stake, but the future of the country’s moderates. Download the article (PDF)Iran’s presidential elections are fast approaching, and their outcome will influence not only the country’s foreign policy, but also the internal dynamics for the coming years....

    Governors’ Resignations Part of ‘Rotation Process,’ Kremlin Says
    Feb17

    Governors’ Resignations Part of ‘Rotation Process,’ Kremlin Says

    Regional heads are stepping down as the country gears for elections later this year. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    You Are Forbidden to Talk with Russians!
    Feb17

    You Are Forbidden to Talk with Russians!

    A New York Times article says “The agency’s [FBI’s] investigation of Mr. Manafort began last spring as an outgrowth of a criminal investigation into his work for a pro-Russian political party in Ukraine and for the country’s former president, Viktor F. Yanukovych. It has focused on why he was in such close contact with Russian...

    Multiculturalism Is the Answer to Ukraine’s Identity Crisis
    Feb17

    Multiculturalism Is the Answer to Ukraine’s Identity Crisis

    Ukraine has been one of Europe’s most diverse and multicultural lands for centuries. Since the Soviet collapse, this organic multiculturalism has played a disappointingly minor role in Ukraine’s nation-building efforts. However, it is perfectly in tune with the new and inclusive sense of national identity that has flourished in...

    Strasbourg to rule if Russia can ban Crimean Tatar Mejlis for opposing its occupation of Crimea
    Feb17

    Strasbourg to rule if Russia can ban Crimean Tatar Mejlis for opposing its occupation of Crimea

    Ukraine is taking Russia to the European Court of Human Rights over its ban of the internationally recognized Mejlis or Crimean Tatar self-governing body. The ban has rightly been condemned as “a hostile act against the entire Crimean Tatar people” and as a new low for Russia …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Re-escalation of fighting in the Donbass region of Ukraine
    Feb16

    Re-escalation of fighting in the Donbass region of Ukraine

    The conflict between the Ukraine’s armed forces and Russian backed separatists of the Donetsk Peoples Republic in the Donbass region began in 2014 and the most recent ceasefire has been in place since the 24th December 2016. There have numerous ceasefire violations recorded by the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE),...

    European Volatility Makes Economic Development Slower for Ukraine
    Feb16

    European Volatility Makes Economic Development Slower for Ukraine

    In the current geostrategic environment, it is impossible to divorce political development from economic development. The prospects for the global economy and, by implication, for individual economies are intricately driven by significantly changing and unpredictable geopolitical trends. The main effect of these developments is a rise in...

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