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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    The Dutch election: A relief for Europe, a disappointment for the Kremlin?
    Mar17

    The Dutch election: A relief for Europe, a disappointment for the Kremlin?

    The Dutch election: A relief for Europe, a disappointment for the Kremlin? The defeat of the populist candidate at the Mar. 15 Dutch election doesn’t necessarily mean that the rise of populism is over in Europe. With the immigration crisis in full swing, the trend will persist and the Kremlin will keep benefiting from it. Yet this...

    The Kagans Are Back; Wars to Follow
    Mar16

    The Kagans Are Back; Wars to Follow

    The Kagan family, America’s neoconservative aristocracy, has reemerged having recovered from the letdown over not gaining its expected influence from the election of Hillary Clinton and from its loss of official power at the start of the Trump presidency.Back pontificating on prominent op-ed pages, the Family Kagan now is pushing for an...

    Can Core Europe Move Forward without a Core?
    Mar16

    Can Core Europe Move Forward without a Core?

    Photo credit: ptnphoto / Shutterstock, Inc. The impact of the British departure from the EU and the growing internal and external threat to the European integration project have imposed the reiteration of a debate about the forms and shapes through which the continent can move forward. This happens on the backdrop of incomplete and insufficient...

    Blank Spots on the Holocaust Map
    Mar16

    Blank Spots on the Holocaust Map

    Attitudes toward the Jewish past are changing in Ukraine and Russia, but old ways of thought cling on. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    How to put Crimea back on the European agenda
    Mar16

    How to put Crimea back on the European agenda

    Three years since annexation, Crimea remains in limbo and there are few diplomatic initiatives for its return to Ukraine. Can a working group of committed parties put Crimea back on Europe’s agenda? …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

    Change may be afoot in Belarus
    Mar16

    Change may be afoot in Belarus

    “Russia has no intention of occupying Belarus” declared the Belarusian president, Alexander Lukashenko, in February 2017, three days after Russia set up controls along the length of its border with the only country with which it has a union treaty. This statement was added to the voices of alarm of national (and some international) experts who...

    Ukraine Sanctions Russian State-Owned Banks
    Mar16

    Ukraine Sanctions Russian State-Owned Banks

    March 16, 2017 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Russian Orthodox Welcome St. Patrick
    Mar16

    Russian Orthodox Welcome St. Patrick

    Eastern church adopts Irish saint, other Western martyrs, and mystics. Could this be the end of the Great Schism? …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Putin’s Regime and the Ideological Market: A Difficult Balancing Game
    Mar16

    Putin’s Regime and the Ideological Market: A Difficult Balancing Game

    The current Russian regime is not static in terms of ideology. It was able to activate intense nationalist sentiment during the Ukraine crisis and calm it down later, without undermining Putin’s personal legitimacy and popular support. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Kleptocracy Daily: March 16, 2017
    Mar16

    Kleptocracy Daily: March 16, 2017

    News The UK government is setting up a new anti-money laundering watchdog in an effort to crack down on ill-gotten gains and dirty money. (Financial Times) One of the world’s largest publicly listed gaming companies, TAB, has been fined $45 million for breaching money laundering and counter-terrorism financing laws. (Guardian) A new study...

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