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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Unlimited Putin’s influence in Eastern Europe?
    Nov21

    Unlimited Putin’s influence in Eastern Europe?

    In the presidential elections in Bulgaria and Moldova won the pro-Russian candidate. The growing political influence of Moscow in the region should make NATO and the EU to think about, says Robert Schwartz. The results of the presidential election in Moldova and Bulgaria does not portend anything good to the West. However, recent events should...

    How Ukraine Can Use E-Declarations to Target the Most Corrupt
    Nov21

    How Ukraine Can Use E-Declarations to Target the Most Corrupt

    This year, thousands of Ukrainian members of parliament, government officials, and civil servants were required by law to declare their incomes and assets in a publicly available database by October 30. Although the introduction of the e-declaration system was initially blocked numerous times, today the public can view the vast amount of wealth...

    Judy Asks: Can Europe Defend Itself?
    Nov21

    Judy Asks: Can Europe Defend Itself?

    A selection of experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world. Michael Leigh – Senior fellow at the German Marshall Fund of the United States The two features of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s putative program that have unnerved some European...

    Warsaw Wants to Hold the Line on Russia
    Nov21

    Warsaw Wants to Hold the Line on Russia

    Poland has been a staunch ally of the United States — both within NATO as well as bilaterally. Poland is a member of the U.S.-led Global Coalition to Counter ISIL, spends the stipulated 2 percent of GDP on defense, and has joined the United States and other allies in Afghanistan and earlier in Iraq. The countries are deeply intertwined, and the...

    Deepen Defense Cooperation with Paris
    Nov21

    Deepen Defense Cooperation with Paris

    While the period of the U.S. elections has just come to an end, France is entering its own presidential elections campaign. Next spring the French people will elect a president for a country officially “at war” since 2015, and which has experienced a serious political crisis for almost a decade. The level of trust for political parties and...

    Reassure Bucharest in the Black Sea
    Nov21

    Reassure Bucharest in the Black Sea

    Standing at the border of the European Union and NATO, Romania is challenged not only by its internal weaknesses, many of which the country addresses successfully, but also by its proximity to and complicated relationship with Russia. A few years ago, Romania embarked on a bold anti-corruption effort that led not only to conviction of major...

    Brussels at Risk for Further Destabilization
    Nov21

    Brussels at Risk for Further Destabilization

    It is commonplace to claim that external shocks jolt Europe into action. There have been plenty since 2008 — external and internal — and none seem to have had that effect. It is beyond question that Donald Trump’s victory in the U.S. presidential election is a wake-up call. In Europe, despite its history of populist leaders and some who are...

    The Dissolution of the Soviet Union: Then and Now
    Nov21

    The Dissolution of the Soviet Union: Then and Now

    Former Ukrainian President Leonid Kravchuk still believes deeply in the power of international norms to maintain peace.“Today’s world is based on great principles: sovereignty, territorial integrity, and untouchable borders. And as far as I understand the situation, the United States is the guardian of these principles,” said Kravchuk at an...

    Kleptocracy Daily: November 21, 2016
    Nov21

    Kleptocracy Daily: November 21, 2016

    The Crisis of Big Money Media: Is it time to rein in the kleptocrats and tycoons who dominate the world’s information? Join KI at Busboys & Poets in Washington, DC on December 1 for the first event in our new debate series. News The head of Ukraine’s anti-graft agency about the program from KI’s Natalie Duffy. (Reuters)...

    Was Ukraine’s Nuclear Disarmament a Blunder?
    Nov21

    Was Ukraine’s Nuclear Disarmament a Blunder?

    “Ukraine’s denuclearization had been a controversial issue even as it was negotiated, leaving bitter traces in the country’s political and public discourse. As a student of political science in Kyiv in the mid-1990s, I remember being outraged by the sense of injustice: how could the states that rely on their own nuclear...

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