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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Clouded Reassurances in Asia
    Feb06

    Clouded Reassurances in Asia

    Last week, Secretary of Defense James Mattis made his first official foreign visit as a member of the Trump administration. It was also the first overseas visit by any member of the new cabinet. The new Defense Secretary spent time in both South Korea and Japan, two of America’s most important allies in Asia. The choice of these two...

    Will Trump and Putin be able to cooperate in the Middle East?
    Feb06

    Will Trump and Putin be able to cooperate in the Middle East?

    Will Trump and Putin be able to cooperate in the Middle East?Both Russia and the U.S. might gain if they see eye-to-eye in the Middle East. However, there are no guarantees that they willBoth Russia and the U.S. might gain if they see eye-to-eye in the Middle East. However, there are no guarantees that they will.Syrian Army soldiers and military...

    Watch List: Feb. 6, 2017
    Feb06

    Watch List: Feb. 6, 2017

    The items listed below represent potential emerging issues that our analysts are tracking. These can be long term or short term, but will be updated daily. If an item on our Watch List becomes critical, we will email you a full analysis explaining its significance. Each Saturday, we will follow up our daily Watch List for each week with our...

    Trump Administration Issues Perplexing Statement on Whereabouts of Ukraine Conflict
    Feb06

    Trump Administration Issues Perplexing Statement on Whereabouts of Ukraine Conflict

    The Wall Street Journal. US. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Kateryna Zarembo shared the Ukraine’s perspective of the ENP security dimension in Brussels
    Feb06

    Kateryna Zarembo shared the Ukraine’s perspective of the ENP security dimension in Brussels

    On January 31, 2017 IWP deputy director Kateryna Zarembo took part in the civil society consultations “The Review of the European Neighbourhood Policy. Implementation of the security dimension” (Brussels, Belgium). …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Should we really be so afraid of a nuclear North Korea?
    Feb06

    Should we really be so afraid of a nuclear North Korea?

    The common thinking is that North Korea’s nuclear programme poses a threat to global peace and diverts economic resources from an impoverished population. North Korean leaders are depicted in the Western media as a cabal of madmen who won’t be satisfied until Washington, Seoul, or some other enemy city is turned into a “sea of fire”....

    Germany Buys Time from China
    Feb06

    Germany Buys Time from China

    By Jacob L. Shapiro Germany’s economy has avoided the problems besetting most export-dependent countries in the last two years. In 2015, Germany accomplished this by compensating for decreased demand from China by substantially increasing its exports to the United States and the United Kingdom. In 2016, the situation was reversed. Exports...

    27 Tory MPs said to be ready to back amendments to Withdrawal Bill
    Feb06

    27 Tory MPs said to be ready to back amendments to Withdrawal Bill

    27 Tory MPs said to be ready to back amendments to Withdrawal BillThe Financial Times reports that the Prime Minister could face a revolt by rebel Conservative MPs who are considering supporting an amendment to give parliament a say in the event that no Brexit deal is reached. Chair of the Conservative European Research Group, Steve Baker, has...

    Trump agrees to meet NATO leaders in Europe in May
    Feb06

    Trump agrees to meet NATO leaders in Europe in May

    US President Donald Trump agreed to meet alliance leaders in Europe in May in a phone call yesterday (5 February) with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg that also touched on the separatist conflict in eastern Ukraine, the White House said. …read more Source:...

    Russian Human Rights Ombudsperson thinks jailing Crimean rights lawyer Kurbedinov & seizing his clients’ records is OK
    Feb06

    Russian Human Rights Ombudsperson thinks jailing Crimean rights lawyer Kurbedinov & seizing his clients’ records is OK

    Crimean lawyer Emil Kurbedinov has been freed after 10 days’ unwarranted imprisonment but the FSB are still holding computers seized during armed searches. This is an obvious violation – recognized by everybody except Russia’s Ombudsperson – of both Kurbedinov’s rights and the rights of the many victims of persecution he is...

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