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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Trump skeptics among Trump fans
    Feb24

    Trump skeptics among Trump fans

    Russia / World The Russian media space has been inundated with news about Donald Trump’s every move over recent months. The newly elected American president is perceived by the pro-Kremlin media as an overtly positive choice from the point of view of Russia. Commentators, “experts” and hosts of pro-Kremlin TV channels have been incessantly...

    A Pax Russica in the Middle East? Putin will have to do more to make it stick
    Feb24

    A Pax Russica in the Middle East? Putin will have to do more to make it stick

    Can Russia succeed where the West has failed, stabilising the Middle East and North Africa through some kind of Pax Russica? The question might have sounded strange not so long ago, but in less than two years, a mix of decisive action, unwavering and often ruthless use of military power, and bold political-diplomatic manoeuvring have given Moscow...

    Donbas militant leader blocks hostage exchange in “we&#146re all Russians” interview on Russian TV
    Feb24

    Donbas militant leader blocks hostage exchange in “we&#146re all Russians” interview on Russian TV

    Just days after the Kremlin-backed militants’ oldest hostage – Ihor Kozlovsky – spent his second – 63rd – birthday in captivity, militant leader Alexander Zakharchenko has put forward new restrictions on hostage exchange, as well as other direct infringements of the Minsk Agreement …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights...

    You Should Know What Happened on February 23
    Feb24

    You Should Know What Happened on February 23

    February 23 marks the 73rd anniversary of the Deportation of the Chechen and Ingush peoples from their homeland …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Cybersecurity of the power grid: A growing challenge
    Feb24

    Cybersecurity of the power grid: A growing challenge

    Called the “largest interconnected machine,” the U.S. electricity grid is a complex digital and physical system crucial to life and commerce in this country. Today, it is made up of more than 7,000 power plants, 55,000 substations, 160,000 miles of high-voltage transmission lines and millions of miles of low-voltage distribution lines. This web...

    Also in Media – “The Nuclear Fallout of Trump’s Possible Détente with Putin” – Harvard International Review – February 16, 2017
    Feb23

    Also in Media – “The Nuclear Fallout of Trump’s Possible Détente with Putin” – Harvard International Review – February 16, 2017

    In 1994, Ukraine joined the NPT as a non-nuclear weapons state, a decision that entailed relinquishing world’s third largest nuclear arsenal. This constructive move came at a price: the United States, Russia, and the United Kingdom pledged to Ukraine security assurances in a Memorandum on Security Assurances, signed in Budapest on December...

    Dear President-elect Trump
    Feb23

    Dear President-elect Trump

    It would be a grave mistake to end the current sanctions on Russia or accept the division and subjugation of Ukraine. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Strengthening Ukraine’s Resilience: What Role for National and International Actors?
    Feb23

    Strengthening Ukraine’s Resilience: What Role for National and International Actors?

    Invitation OnlyResearch EventStrengthening Ukraine’s Resilience: What Role for National and International Actors?3 Mar 2017 – 10:30 to 12:00Add to CalendariCalendar Outlook Google Yahoo Chatham House, LondonRussia and Eurasia Programme, Ukraine ForumParticipantsArseniy Yatsenyuk, Prime Minister of Ukraine (2014-16)Download...

    Ukrainian Right-Wing Groups Stage Anti-Government Rally in Kiev
    Feb23

    Ukrainian Right-Wing Groups Stage Anti-Government Rally in Kiev

    February 23, 2017 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    The U.S. NATO Alliance Has Been a One-Way Street for Too Long
    Feb23

    The U.S. NATO Alliance Has Been a One-Way Street for Too Long

    Doug Bandow Defense Secretary James Mattis made a splash on his visit to Europe. He ratcheted up Washington’s traditional request for the Europeans to spend more on their defense. And his demand resonated across the continent, because his boss, President Donald Trump, has spent years denouncing Washington’s feckless allies for...

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