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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    One NATO: The Political Adaptation of the Alliance
    Mar23

    One NATO: The Political Adaptation of the Alliance

    By Alexander Vershbow.“In light of the changed and evolving security environment, further adaptation is needed. Therefore, we have decided to further strengthen the Alliance’s deterrence and defence posture”. Alexander VershbowThe Warsaw Summit Communique, 8-9 July 2018 The Allies must face political reality America’s NATO allies have...

    Reading Room: Return to Moscow
    Mar23

    Reading Room: Return to Moscow

    Given Russia’s return to the world stage in the Caucasus, in Ukraine and in Syria, plus the allegations of involvement in Trump’s election victory, it is timely to have a new analysis of Putin’s Russia. Tony Kevin, a former Australian diplomat, has written an interesting book, part political defence of Putin and part travelogue,...

    Open Letter to the President of the Republic of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenka
    Mar23

    Open Letter to the President of the Republic of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenka

    We, 48 undersigned organizations from 24 countries, strongly condemn the continuing wave of detentions and harassment of peaceful protesters, journalists, human rights defenders, civil society activists, anarchists and opposition party members in Belarus. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Parliament pass law that could help Yanukovych avoid justice while hurting Ukrainians
    Mar23

    Parliament pass law that could help Yanukovych avoid justice while hurting Ukrainians

    It is unlikely that President Petro Poroshenko will veto a law that he has himself lobbied for, but that is precisely what civic activists are demanding. Draft law No. 5610, passed by the Verkhovna Rada on March 16, will not help bring ex-president Viktor Yanukovych to justice, while seriously narrowing Ukrainian citizens’ rights, they warn...

    Menacing FSB interrogations of Ukrainian Cultural Centre activists in Russian-occupied Crimea
    Mar23

    Menacing FSB interrogations of Ukrainian Cultural Centre activists in Russian-occupied Crimea

    Four members of the Ukrainian Cultural Centre have faced FSB interrogation in a move that seems clearly aimed at intimidation and at labelling any pro-Ukrainian activities, however unpolitical, as ‘extremist’. Another activist is facing possible criminal charges for a photo on her social network page with a Ukrainian flag. …read more...

    Fool Me Once: Crowdstrike Claimed Two Cases Of ‘Russian Hacking.’ One Has Been Proven Wrong.
    Mar23

    Fool Me Once: Crowdstrike Claimed Two Cases Of ‘Russian Hacking.’ One Has Been Proven Wrong.

    The cyber-security company Crowdstrike claimed that the “Russia” hacked the Democratic National Committee. It also claimed that “Russia” hacked artillery units of the Ukrainian army. The second claim has now be found to be completely baseless. That same is probably the case with its claims related to the DNC.Sometime...

    Crimea As a Glimpse into a Post-American World
    Mar22

    Crimea As a Glimpse into a Post-American World

    One explanation for Russia’s president Vladimir Putin’s momentous decision, three years ago, to go into Ukraine and annex Crimea is that he sensed an opening. (March 18, 2014, is the date officially considered the day of admission of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol to the Russian Federation.) …read more Source: Woodrow Wilson...

    The Emperor’s New Clothes
    Mar22

    The Emperor’s New Clothes

    Can an ordinary Belarusian dress just like President Lukashenka? …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The Dutch defeat ‘the wrong kind of populism’
    Mar22

    The Dutch defeat ‘the wrong kind of populism’

    Especially three developments appear to have caused Wilders’ “defeat” in the election. Still, the next Dutch government will chose a centre-right course on social-economic, climate and immigration policies. Prime Minister Mark Rutte labeled the Dutch elections of March 15 2017 as the quarterfinal in the battle against the “wrong kind of...

    Ukraine Continues to Make Waves as an IT Outsourcing Destination
    Mar22

    Ukraine Continues to Make Waves as an IT Outsourcing Destination

    In recent years Ukraine has shown it has much to offer the IT sourcing sector, from a highly skilled workforce of young professionals to a busy community of foreign investors and the support of the Ukrainian government. The country can also boast a fantastic education system with around 36,000 graduates a year in technical studies, which is, of...

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