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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    German Ambassador to Ukraine on the Future of Defense Cooperation
    Nov22

    German Ambassador to Ukraine on the Future of Defense Cooperation

    New leadership on both sides of the Atlantic are considering their priorities against the realities of continued instability inside and outside Europe. While NATO looks East and South, the EU is also increasingly preoccupied with its hard security. Ukraine remains an important part of the equation, amid other challenges facing the transatlantic...

    Plenary round-up – Strasbourg, November I 2017
    Nov22

    Plenary round-up – Strasbourg, November I 2017

    Written by Katarzyna Sochacka and Clare Ferguson, © European Union 2017 – Source : EP The key focal points of the November I plenary session included debates on the rule of law in Malta and Poland and on the ‘Paradise papers’ revelations. Members adopted, inter alia, their positions ahead of the 11th WTO Ministerial Conference and the...

    DOD Conference Bill Passed…Yet We’re Less Safe & Poorer
    Nov22

    DOD Conference Bill Passed…Yet We’re Less Safe & Poorer

    Ron Paul breaks down the massive DoD spending bill Conference Report that has just passed Congress. More money for Ukraine? Israel’s missile defense? Lots of welfare for the military industrial complex? More money for the failed F-35? Lots of money for other countries to buy our weapons, to keep the military industrial complex rich while...

    German Ambassador to Ukraine on the Future of Defense Cooperation
    Nov22

    German Ambassador to Ukraine on the Future of Defense Cooperation

    New leadership on both sides of the Atlantic are considering their priorities against the realities of continued instability inside and outside Europe. While NATO looks East and South, the EU is also increasingly preoccupied with its hard security. Ukraine remains an important part of the equation, amid other challenges facing the transatlantic...

    Ukraine Four Years after the Euromaidan
    Nov21

    Ukraine Four Years after the Euromaidan

    It has been four years since the mass protests in Ukraine, which eventually led to regime change, began. People protested against a foreign policy shift to Russia; they were eventually beaten up by the police. As the violence escalated and protesters did not give up, despite sustaining numerous casualties, Yanukovych fled the country, and the...

    DOD Conference Bill Passed…Yet We’re Less Safe & Poorer

    Ron Paul breaks down the massive DoD spending bill Conference Report that has just passed Congress. More money for Ukraine? Israel’s missile defense? Lots of welfare for the military industrial complex? More money for the failed F-35? Lots of money for other countries to buy our weapons, to keep the military industrial complex rich while...

    The Importance of Being Angela Merkel
    Nov21

    The Importance of Being Angela Merkel

    Chancellor is vital for European solidarity on Russia sanctions, says Atlantic Council’s Fran Burwell If German Chancellor Angela Merkel were to step down from her role it would create uncertainty over the fate of sanctions imposed on Russia in response to its actions in Ukraine, according to Fran Burwell, a distinguished fellow at the...

    Belarus arrests Ukrainian Radio journalist probing abduction to Russia of 19-year-old Pavlo Hryb
    Nov20

    Belarus arrests Ukrainian Radio journalist probing abduction to Russia of 19-year-old Pavlo Hryb

    Belarus’s KGB (security service) has detained Pavlo Sharoiko, Ukrainian Radio’s correspondent in Minsk, reportedly accusing him of ‘spying’. Virtually no information is available about the arrest which comes in the wake of tension in relations between Ukraine and Belarus following the Russian FSB’s abduction from Belarus...

    Here’s One Way Ukraine Can Hold Russia Accountable Now
    Nov20

    Here’s One Way Ukraine Can Hold Russia Accountable Now

    Several events in the last few months have shifted the terrain for Ukraine’s internally displaced persons in positive ways, providing new avenues for political and legal justice for Ukraine’s 1.6 million IDPs …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    EU May Offer Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine Customs Union and Schengen Access
    Nov18

    EU May Offer Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine Customs Union and Schengen Access

    Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine may soon join the European customs union and Schengen area, gaining increased access to the single market. The European Parliament passed a resolution on November 15 calling for deeper integration with the three emerging Europe states as they implement more reforms, potentially paving the way for them becoming...

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