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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine


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    No, Your Intelligence Is Actually Bad. Very Bad
    May03

    No, Your Intelligence Is Actually Bad. Very Bad

    About a year ago, one Evelyn Farkas boasted “we have good intelligence on Russia…”. She was an important functionary on Russian matters in the Obama Administration and was, therefore, much involved in “intelligence on Russia”. My immediate reaction when I read it was: No, you do not have good intelligence on Russia;...

    Ukraine’s New Military Engagement in the Donbas
    May03

    Ukraine’s New Military Engagement in the Donbas

    The gap between U.S. and EU views on Ukraine is hindering an effective Western strategy to end the war in the country’s eastern region. …read more Source: Carnegie...

    Structural Reforms 0.0 – The case for strengthening institutions
    May03

    Structural Reforms 0.0 – The case for strengthening institutions

    The discussions on the future of Europe Attempts to reform the euro zone, to expand the euro zone and indeed to expand the EU are stalled by an obtrusive lack of trust. We had argued here that this lack of trust comes, at least in part, from a divergence in the quality of governance and the quality of institutions. Good institutions matter for...

    Ukraine Is Worth Fighting For
    May03

    Ukraine Is Worth Fighting For

    Kyiv. The new conventional wisdom is that four years after Maidan, reforms have stalled in Ukraine and corruption has consumed the leadership. But this picture is hardly true. Certainly, the economy has stabilised, but economic growth stopped at 2.1 per cent last year. Yet a broad reform agenda is still proceeding, though everything is...

    World Press Freedom Day — “No Democracy without Investigative Journalism”
    May03

    World Press Freedom Day — “No Democracy without Investigative Journalism”

    At a time when the news media is under unprecedented attack, and the need for watchdog reporting has never been greater, we hope you will join GIJN today in marking World Press Freedom Day (#WorldPressFreedomDay). This is the 25th celebration of WPFD, but despite the years of meetings and proclamations by its sponsors UNESCO and others,...

    The Gaza Border Fence Riots as an Operational Campaign
    May03

    The Gaza Border Fence Riots as an Operational Campaign

    Palestinian participating in March of Return, screenshot from YouTube videoBESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 821, May 3, 2018 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: When it comes to defending the Gaza border against the physical threat, the responsibility of the Chief of Staff and the commander of Southern Command is clear-cut and well fulfilled. That, however,...

    Russia: Telegram block leads to widespread assault on freedom of expression online
    May03

    Russia: Telegram block leads to widespread assault on freedom of expression online

    The Russian authorities’ latest move against Telegram demonstrates the serious implications for people’s freedom of expression and right to privacy online in Russia and worldwide: …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Crimean Tatar businessman & philanthropist seized in new FSB offensive in Russian-occupied Crimea
    May03

    Crimean Tatar businessman & philanthropist seized in new FSB offensive in Russian-occupied Crimea

    A prominent Crimean Tatar philanthropist and businessman and his sister have been seized after what Crimean Tatar Mejlis leader Refat Chubarov called a ‘”black Thursday’ of armed searches in Russian-occupied Crimea. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    French President Emmanuel Macron (MMF ’06): GMF Alumni Focus on the Future of Democracy
    May02

    French President Emmanuel Macron (MMF ’06): GMF Alumni Focus on the Future of Democracy

    French President Emmanuel Macron (MMF ‘06) charmed both Republicans and Democrats during his official state visit to Washington last week, The Washington Post and numerous other outlets reported. Indeed, Macron has been both hailed and criticized as virtually the sole European leader able to forge good working relations with President Trump. The...

    Open the Borders
    May02

    Open the Borders

    Emigration is the elephant in emerging Europe’s room. With the catastrophic numbers of people leaving the region (at least from some parts) speaking for themselves, the reaction of governments has been by and large conspicuously muted. Even in countries where there has been an attempt to address the issue, such as Poland, the resulting...

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