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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Russia moves from armed invasion of Crimea to 5-year sentences for Ukrainians who object
    Mar01

    Russia moves from armed invasion of Crimea to 5-year sentences for Ukrainians who object

    Exactly three years after Russian soldiers with machine guns, but no insignia seized control in Crimea, a Ukrainian journalist has gone on trial, accused of ‘public calls to violate Russian territorial integrity’ for an article in which he called this occupation and expressed the wish that it would end …read more Source: Kharkiv Human...

    Russia: Deeply alarming raid targets human rights activist and journalist Zoya Svetova
    Mar01

    Russia: Deeply alarming raid targets human rights activist and journalist Zoya Svetova

    Amnesty International believes the search to have been a blatant attempt by the authorities to interfere with her legitimate work as a journalist and perhaps a warning for her and others of the risks of human rights work and independent journalism in Russia …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    A Loss for Ukraine and One Tortured Ukrainian Political Prisoner
    Mar01

    A Loss for Ukraine and One Tortured Ukrainian Political Prisoner

    Viktor Parshutkin, a Russian lawyer who became well-known in Ukraine for forcing Russia to withdraw falsified charges against Ukrainian political prisoner Serhiy Lytvynov has died suddenly in Moscow at the age of 56. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    A Loss for Ukraine and One Tortured Ukrainian Political Prisoner
    Mar01

    A Loss for Ukraine and One Tortured Ukrainian Political Prisoner

    Viktor Parshutkin, a Russian lawyer who became well-known in Ukraine for forcing Russia to withdraw falsified charges against Ukrainian political prisoner Serhiy Lytvynov has died suddenly in Moscow at the age of 56. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Recent publications by the Institute for European Politics (Germany)
    Feb28

    Recent publications by the Institute for European Politics (Germany)

    Melnyk, Ljudmyla / Patalong, Magdalena / Sydorchuk, Oleksii, Think Tanks in Germany and Ukraine: Differences and Perspectives for Cooperation, February 2017 Which difficulties are Ukrainian think tanks facing today in Ukraine? What does the cooperation between German and Ukrainian think tanks look like? Which measures can Ukrainian think tanks...

    Past events at the Institute of European Politics (Germany)
    Feb28

    Past events at the Institute of European Politics (Germany)

    Workshop: “Training the Trainers on EU Project Cycle Management” 2 January 2017, Polissya Foundation for International and Regional Studies, Ukraine In April of this year the Institute for European Politics (IEP) started its training series Training the Trainers on EU Project Cycle Management for members of the Ukrainian civil society. Over the...

    Upcoming events at the Institute for European Politics (Germany)
    Feb28

    Upcoming events at the Institute for European Politics (Germany)

    Upcoming IEP Lunch Debate: “Migration: Challenging task for Europe and Germany“ with Beate Grzeski, Commissioner for Refugees and Migration at the Federal Foreign Office of Germany, 23 March 2017, Europäisches Haus, Berlin Study Trip to Berlin and Brussels, 13 – 18 March 2017 The Capacity Development Team of the Institut für Europäische Politik...

    Recent publications by the Finnish Institute on International Relations
    Feb28

    Recent publications by the Finnish Institute on International Relations

    Briefing Paper Climate Security: Strategy or Necessity for Finland? Emma Hakala http://www.fiia.fi/en/publication/642/climate_security/ The EU’s Security and Defence Policy: Will the new strategy bear fruit? Teija Tiilikainen http://www.fiia.fi/en/publication/643/the_eu_s_security_and_defence_policy/ Europe’s New Defence Agenda: Major...

    Is cyberspace the latest conflict frontier on the African continent?
    Feb28

    Is cyberspace the latest conflict frontier on the African continent?

    Cyber attackers lurk in the shadows wielding the ability to hit governments where it hurts the most. ShutterstockIn August 2012, terrorist group, Boko Haram, reportedly hacked into Nigeria’s secret service and acquired private data on current and former personnel. In April 2016, a group calling itself “Anonymous” was able to hack into the...

    February 28th, 2017
    Feb28

    February 28th, 2017

    CAMBODIA Jail Term Handed to Cambodian Man For Facebook Threat to Hun Sen Brooks Boliek, RADIO FREE ASIA A 27-year-old man was sentenced to two years in prison for Facebook posts that threatened Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen, according to news reports. Ven Sopheap, a resident of eastern Prey Veng province, admitted during his trial last week...

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