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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Russia Launches New Project To Track ’Fake News’
    Feb23

    Russia Launches New Project To Track ’Fake News’

    Russia has embraced the buzzword “fake news” to dismiss coverage it considers unfair or flat-out wrong — even as Western governments accuse Moscow of exploiting false and misleading news for political gain. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Court blasts Ukraine’s Migration Service, orders it to grant Russian Maidan activist asylum
    Feb23

    Court blasts Ukraine’s Migration Service, orders it to grant Russian Maidan activist asylum

    Sergei Anisiforov’s battle for asylum in Ukraine has ended in victory three years after he was injured on Maidan and even honoured for his part in Ukraine’s Revolution of Dignity. In a hearing on February 22, the Odesa District Court of Appeal addressed blistering criticism at the Odesa branch of Ukraine’s Migration Service and...

    Quashing of Russian activist Ildar Dadin’s sentence welcome, but not enough
    Feb23

    Quashing of Russian activist Ildar Dadin’s sentence welcome, but not enough

    This is an important move, but if Russia wants to demonstrate a shift away from repression, it should revoke other laws, like that used to imprison people for criticizing its invasion and annexation of Crimea. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Kleptocracy Daily: February 22, 2017
    Feb22

    Kleptocracy Daily: February 22, 2017

    News Corruption is an even bigger deterrent to Ukraine investors than war. (Bloomberg) China’s insurance industry has joined Xi Jinping’s war on corruption. (SCMP) The former head of China’s safety watchdog was jailed for graft. (Reuters) Features Killer, kleptocrat, genius, spy: the many myths of Vladimir Putin. (Guardian)...

    McMaster’s Challenge: His Boss is Already Making America Less Safe
    Feb22

    McMaster’s Challenge: His Boss is Already Making America Less Safe

    At a time when the Trump administration continues to spark an immediate and growing national security crises due to mismanagement and reckless policies, the national security community felt great relief at the president’s selection of Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster as the next national security advisor. McMaster will be tasked with resolving a...

    SMEs Should Play an Important Role in the Economy and Export Development
    Feb22

    SMEs Should Play an Important Role in the Economy and Export Development

    Although in Ukraine SMEs make up 99.9 per cent of all registered enterprises in the country, there are limited possibilities for their growth and competitiveness. Dr Gennadiy Chyzhykov, president of the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (UCCI), spoke to Jerry Cameron about the role Ukrainian SMEs play in the economy and the challenges...

    Scapegoating Russia
    Feb22

    Scapegoating Russia

    Scapegoating RussiaFor the West, Russia is the best candidate to criticize and blame for all its woesFor the West, Russia is the best candidate to criticize and blame for all its woes.A fragment of the cover of Russia Direct’s report “The Year in Review: What Changed in 2016 and What to Expect in 2017.” Photo: Christopher Michel...

    Way of the Master
    Feb22

    Way of the Master

    Author – Korol Volodymyr, an Analyst of Free Voice Information Analysis Centre uop.net.ua Human talent has no limits. There are no borders of states or continents for the works of the genius, they do not disappear in the obscurity of time. However, every Master reaches his glory by his own way, sometimes by twisting, bizarre and confusing way....

    The Russian Revolution is not over
    Feb22

    The Russian Revolution is not over

    Politics Exactly one hundred years ago, soldiers and citizens marched through the streets of Petrograd and shouted “down with autocracy!” Women protesting the long bread queues that made their lives miserable while the aristocrats feasted in their palaces during Russia’s third year of war joined them. As news from the front was dire, public...

    EURUS hosts Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus
    Feb22

    EURUS hosts Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus

    A lecture by the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus “Belarus and its Neighbors” On Monday, February 13, 2017, the Institute of European, Russian and Eurasian Studies hosted Mr. Oleg Kravchenko, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus. Mr. Kravchenko spoke on the upcoming anniversary of...

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