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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    GIJN Welcomes Seven New Members from Six Countries
    Dec20

    GIJN Welcomes Seven New Members from Six Countries

    The Global Investigative Journalism Network is delighted to welcome seven new member organizations. We are especially pleased to welcome for the first time groups from Ireland and Malawi. Also among the new members are investigative centers from India, Ukraine, and Slovenia, a journalism fund from Ireland, and a collaborative news site that...

    NATO urges Russia to persuade Ukraine rebels to honour truce
    Dec20

    NATO urges Russia to persuade Ukraine rebels to honour truce

    NATO yesterday (19 December) urged Russia to use its clout with insurgents in Eastern Ukraine to make a troubled truce stick, as the two sides held talks to defuse what are the worst tensions since the Cold War. …read more Source:...

    UN General Assembly condemns Russia’s occupation of Crimea and rights violations
    Dec20

    UN General Assembly condemns Russia’s occupation of Crimea and rights violations

    As well as openly calling Russia’s behaviour occupation, the General Assembly’resolution is important in identifying the grave rights violations under Russian occupation and demands the release of all unlawfully held Ukrainian citizens. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Russia’s Old Tricks Against New Targets
    Dec20

    Russia’s Old Tricks Against New Targets

    The report leaked from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) on December 9 confirmed concerns raised during the election campaign: Russia interfered in the US presidential election, with the intent of bolstering President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Strasbourg to rule on Russia’s 2nd deportation of Crimea Tatar leader Mustafa Dzhemiliev
    Dec20

    Strasbourg to rule on Russia’s 2nd deportation of Crimea Tatar leader Mustafa Dzhemiliev

    Russia’s Supreme Court has upheld the 5-year ban imposed shortly after Russia invaded Crimea preventing Mustafa Dzhemiliev from entering his homeland …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Russian prison staff on trial after 16-year-old Ukrainian tortured to death
    Dec20

    Russian prison staff on trial after 16-year-old Ukrainian tortured to death

    Vitaly Pop was just 16 when he died of horrific injuries inflicted by Russian prison staff following his arrival in a ‘corrective prison’ for young offenders. He was probably picked out for ‘special treatment’ because of his Ukrainian accent, and his torturers used nationality-linked words of abuse while beating him …read more...

    Alleged Czech Discomfort
    Dec19

    Alleged Czech Discomfort

    Visegrad Insight in partnership with Eastern Europe Network of Fellows of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation is pleased to present articles by Jörg Winterbauer, Zsuzsanna Végh and Vít Dostál created on the occasion of ‘Germany and the Visegrad States: Potentials and Challenges of Cooperation’ conference in Warsaw, 25-27 November 2016. When the...

    Fugitive Ukrainian Lawmaker Hits Back, Accusing Poroshenko Of War Profiteering
    Dec19

    Fugitive Ukrainian Lawmaker Hits Back, Accusing Poroshenko Of War Profiteering

    Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. Czech Republic. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    The Bad Losers and What They Fear Losing
    Dec19

    The Bad Losers and What They Fear Losing

    If the 2016 presidential campaign was a national disgrace, the reaction of the losers is an even more disgraceful spectacle. It seems that the political machine backing Hillary Clinton can’t stand losing an election. And why is that? Because they are determined to impose “exceptional” America’s hegemony on the entire world, using...

    Middle East: admitting the obvious
    Dec19

    Middle East: admitting the obvious

    Russia / World The Islamic State’s “liberation” of Palmyra from Bashar al-Assad’s army divisions on December 11 has demonstrated once again that Damascus and Moscow’s coalition has no clear advantage in Syria. Apparently, it would be equally correct to state that the Baghdad–Washington coalition in Iraq has no clear advantage...

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