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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Water and Geopolitical Imperatives
    Mar07

    Water and Geopolitical Imperatives

    Originally produced on Feb. 27, 2017 for Mauldin Economics, LLC George Friedman and Allison Fedirka Geographic features and conditions are part of the building blocks of geopolitical analysis. And yet, the influence that geography has on a country’s imperatives and constraints can be underappreciated. Access to water is an important...

    What Putin is up to, and why he may have overplayed his hand
    Mar06

    What Putin is up to, and why he may have overplayed his hand

    Each year on December 20, the Russian intelligence community pays homage to its enduring guardianship of the Motherland. It was on this date in 1917, six weeks after the Bolshevik Revolution, that Vladimir Lenin established the Cheka, an acronym for “Emergency Commission.” Over the ensuing decades, the commission’s nomenclature and...

    The Twists and Turns in Artmenko’s Ukraine ‘Peace Plan’
    Mar06

    The Twists and Turns in Artmenko’s Ukraine ‘Peace Plan’

    MP Artemenko maintains that the “peace plan” he delivered to Trump’s lawyer which ended up on General Flynn’s desk, was approved by Ukraine’s political elite, including President Poroshenko. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    A New Deal to Make NATO and America Great Again
    Mar06

    A New Deal to Make NATO and America Great Again

    There are some traditional but also a number of innovative ways by which NATO’s core values could be reasserted and reinvigorated in the wake of Donald Trump’s election.I have no doubt that Donald Trump’s presidency will do terrible harm to the moral, economic, and cultural ties that have bound the transatlantic community...

    5 Ways Human Rights Have Dwindled in Russian-Held Crimea
    Mar06

    5 Ways Human Rights Have Dwindled in Russian-Held Crimea

    5 Ways Human Rights Have Dwindled in Russian-Held CrimeaMarch 6, 2017Three years after Russian forces seized the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine, political repression has affected residents’ lives in a variety of ways. …read more Source: Freedom...

    5 Ways Human Rights Have Dwindled in Russian-Held Crimea
    Mar06

    5 Ways Human Rights Have Dwindled in Russian-Held Crimea

    5 Ways Human Rights Have Dwindled in Russian-Held CrimeaMarch 6, 2017Three years after Russian forces seized the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine, political repression has affected residents’ lives in a variety of ways. …read more Source: Freedom...

    Is Trump Russia’s Manchurian Candidate? No. Here’s Why
    Mar06

    Is Trump Russia’s Manchurian Candidate? No. Here’s Why

    “Is Trump a Manchurian Candidate?” The Trump as “Manchurian Candidate” scenario has been a constant query for my colleagues and I since we published our warnings in August and November last year about Russia’s influence campaign on the U.S. presidential election. This loosely plays along the plot line of the 1959 novel and follow up 1962...

    The Prospects of Freezing the Conflict in Donbas
    Mar06

    The Prospects of Freezing the Conflict in Donbas

    The almost three-year-long war in eastern Ukraine (Donbas) could become another frozen conflict in the post-Soviet area. The reasons for this are the lack of agreement between Ukraine and Russia on the future of the region and Moscow’s support for the Donbas administration by, for example, giving military support and recognising the civil...

    Murray at Middlebury
    Mar06

    Murray at Middlebury

    Four days ago, conservative libertarian Charles Murray stood on a stage at Vermont’s Middlebury College to talk about his latest book, Coming Apart: The State of White America, with political science students. Instead of being heard out, this in Murray’s own words is what happened before a packed house: Then I went onstage, got...

    V4+ Security: Strengthening the Eastern Frontier of the V4: Bratislava Roundtable
    Mar06

    V4+ Security: Strengthening the Eastern Frontier of the V4: Bratislava Roundtable

    By Public Relations.On Wednesday, March 1st, the GLOBSEC Policy Institute’s (GPI) Defence and Security Programme experts hosted more than a dozen of international security experts from 4 counties for a series of policy discussions within the framework of the V4+ Security: Strengthening the Eastern Frontier of the V4 project.The keynote...

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