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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    March 7th, 2017
    Mar07

    March 7th, 2017

    CHINA Corruption, Lack of Opportunities Challenge Job Growth in China’s Rust Belt William Ide, VOICE OF AMERICA As China’s economy slows to growth rates not seen in more than a quarter of century, the country’s Communist Party rulers are under increasing pressure to create jobs. Millions enter the workforce each year, and as...

    How changing Ukrainian society impacts the chances for peace
    Mar07

    How changing Ukrainian society impacts the chances for peace

    In this commentary for PONARS Eurasia, IISS Senior Fellow for Russia and Eurasia Samuel Charap analyses the changes in Ukrainian society since the 2014 crisis. …read more Source: International Institute for Strategic...

    There Is a Move Towards Change in Ukraine
    Mar07

    There Is a Move Towards Change in Ukraine

    Within the last three years the Ukrainian government has introduced more reforms than all the governments of the previous 15 years, says Satu Kahkonen, country director for Belarus, Moldova, and Ukraine at the World Bank. She spoke to Andrew Wrobel about the business climate in Ukraine and the impact of the conflict in the east of the country....

    What lessons Trump, Putin can learn from the 1986 US-Soviet summit
    Mar07

    What lessons Trump, Putin can learn from the 1986 US-Soviet summit

    What lessons Trump, Putin can learn from the 1986 US-Soviet summitThree decades on, as the leaders of Russia and the United States prepare for their first meeting since the 2016 U.S. election, the 1986 Soviet-American summit opened a new path in relations between the nuclear superpowers. Russian President Vladimir Putin and his American...

    Letter from Genoa
    Mar07

    Letter from Genoa

    By Jacob L. Shapiro This past weekend I spoke at a conference hosted by Limes, an influential Italian magazine focused on geopolitics. The topic on everyone’s mind was what U.S. President Donald Trump’s new administration means for the future of the world. I was asked whether Trump’s election portends the end of the “American...

    Why Germany needs a European Energiewende
    Mar07

    Why Germany needs a European Energiewende

    From the national unilateralism to the European project. The German energy market will only be successful if it cooperates with its European neighbors. The origin of the German Energiewende is purely national. Indeed, when the German federal government decided to embark on the restructuring of Germany’s energy system, it did so without...

    Famines in the 21st century? It’s not for lack of food
    Mar07

    Famines in the 21st century? It’s not for lack of food

    Sorting bags of food dropped by air from a World Food Programme plane in Padeah, South Sudan, March 1, 2017. AP Photo/Sam MednickFamine killed nearly 75 million people in the 20th century, but had virtually disappeared in recent decades. Now, suddenly, it is back. In late February a famine was declared in South Sudan, and warnings of famine have...

    Why women make the best stock traders
    Mar07

    Why women make the best stock traders

    Female traders are better at buying cheap and selling high. U.S. Embassy Kyiv Ukraine/Flickr, CC BY-NDFemale traders can be far more selective, as they spend more time evaluating before making a trade and have a calmer approach in financial storms. Previous research shows women trade less than men, but does not reveal why. Our analysis shows this...

    Russian teacher jailed for repost exposing child abuse freed, no let-up in persecution for Crimea protest
    Mar07

    Russian teacher jailed for repost exposing child abuse freed, no let-up in persecution for Crimea protest

    Yevgenia Chudnovets was released from a Sverdlovsk region prison on March 6, shortly after her conviction for supposed ‘circulation of child pornography’ was revoked. Many other political prisoners remain imprisoned, often for criticizing Russia’s annexation of Crimea and military involvement in Ukraine …read more Source:...

    Russia in the Hague accused of terror & discrimination in Crimea & funding terrorism in Donbas
    Mar07

    Russia in the Hague accused of terror & discrimination in Crimea & funding terrorism in Donbas

    On the first day of hearings into its case against Russia at the International Court of Justice, Ukraine presented a weight of arguments and examples to back its accusations against Russia over its annexation of Crimea and gross violations of human rights under occupation, and for its financing of terrorism in Donbas …read more Source:...

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