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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    What Europe’s Forgotten War Actually Feels Like
    Apr27

    What Europe’s Forgotten War Actually Feels Like

    Ukraine World met some veterans of the war in Donbas and talked about their memories. Their stories are a mosaic of danger, difficulties, heroism, friendship, and work. Here are some. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Ukrainian disappears after mystery detention in Russian-occupied Crimea
    Apr27

    Ukrainian disappears after mystery detention in Russian-occupied Crimea

    27-year-old Oleksandr Steshenko from Kharkiv has become the latest Ukrainian to learn to his cost the danger of visiting Crimea under Russian occupation. Steshenko first disappeared on 11 April, with the story he was still able to give his mother by phone radically different from the occupation authorities’ version. He has now disappeared...

    Report Traces Odessa Crime Proceeds to London
    Apr26

    Report Traces Odessa Crime Proceeds to London

    Ukraine’s top anti-corruption prosecutor suspected of aiding key figure in money laundering scheme. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The Conflict in Donbas: the Human Dimension
    Apr26

    The Conflict in Donbas: the Human Dimension

    Invitation Only Research Event 9 May 2018 – 10:00am to 12:00pmAdd to CalendariCalendar Outlook Google Yahoo Chatham House, London Iryna Gerashchenko, Deputy Speaker, Ukrainian Parliament; …read more Source: Chatham...

    The Conflict in Donbas: the Human Impact on Ukraine’s Domestic Politics
    Apr26

    The Conflict in Donbas: the Human Impact on Ukraine’s Domestic Politics

    Invitation Only Research Event 9 May 2018 – 10:00am to 12:00pmAdd to CalendariCalendar Outlook Google Yahoo Chatham House, London Iryna Gerashchenko, Deputy Speaker, Ukrainian Parliament; …read more Source: Chatham...

    Too Many Foreign Policy Double Standards Hurt U.S. Credibility
    Apr26

    Too Many Foreign Policy Double Standards Hurt U.S. Credibility

    Ted Galen Carpenter American leaders like to portray the United States as an exemplar of ethical conduct in the international system. The reality is far different, and it has been for decades. Throughout the Cold War, the United States embraced extremely repressive rulers, including the Shah of Iran, Nicaragua’s Somoza family,...

    The Threat From Russia: Can Putin Be Stopped?
    Apr26

    The Threat From Russia: Can Putin Be Stopped?

    Is Vladimir Putin the most powerful – and dangerous – man in the world? With Putin in the Kremlin, we have returned to an era where former Russian spies are mysteriously poisoned on British soil and where Russia feels emboldened to roll its tanks into an eastern European state. The Kremlin uses deadly force to wipe out opponents and stifle...

    Why cities are becoming reluctant to host the World Cup and other big events
    Apr26

    Why cities are becoming reluctant to host the World Cup and other big events

    Riot police drill outside Saint Petersburg’s new soccer stadium ahead of the 2018 World Cup in Russia. AP Photo/Dmitri LovetskyGetting ready to welcome millions of visitors – as Russia is now doing in Moscow, Sochi and other cities in advance of the 2018 World Cup soccer tournament – takes years of planning and lots of construction....

    In Eastern Europe, Slow Change Can Have a Big Impact
    Apr26

    In Eastern Europe, Slow Change Can Have a Big Impact

    By Jacob L. Shapiro In Eastern Europe, events that may seem disconnected are often intertwined, even ones that at first glance don’t seem that important. This week, there were three developments that together are signs of changes that, over time, will reshape this region and beyond. In Belarus, President Alexander Lukashenko said in his...

    Appalling images from neo-Nazi C14 attack on Kyiv Roma camp force police to retract denial
    Apr26

    Appalling images from neo-Nazi C14 attack on Kyiv Roma camp force police to retract denial

    Video footage and witness accounts of the violent dispersal of a Roma camp on Lysa Hora by neo-Nazi C14 thugs emerged on 25 April which were in stark contrast to the version of events presented by the Head of the Kyiv Police, Andriy Kryshchenko. By evening on 25 April, the police finally announced that a criminal investigation had been initiated...

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