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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Russia hopes to benefit from Britain’s departure
    Nov21

    Russia hopes to benefit from Britain’s departure

    For several decades, the United Kingdom has been vital to the formation of the European energy market. It was one of the first European countries to privatise and deregulate its national electricity and gas markets, and has since benefited from the collective power of the EU to counter the threats of energy exporters such as Russia, thereby...

    Trumog begins to lift!
    Nov21

    Trumog begins to lift!

    Every analyst is busy in separating Donald J Trump’s electoral rhetoric into pursuable and abandon-able categories. However, his campaign guys, in the hope of grabbing lucrative jobs, are busy gathering arguments to support the notion that all that Trump said as candidate was gospel truth and it could be implemented, in letter and spirit....

    Court in Hague sent report on international crimes in Russian occupied Crimea
    Nov21

    Court in Hague sent report on international crimes in Russian occupied Crimea

    International and Ukrainian human rights groups have compiled an important report entitled International Crimes in Crimea: An Assessment of two and a half years of Russian occupation. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Another supposed ’Ukrainian Crimean saboteur’ hostage found on Russian TV
    Nov21

    Another supposed ’Ukrainian Crimean saboteur’ hostage found on Russian TV

    A fourth Ukrainian arrested by Russia and accused of being part of a ‘Crimean sabotage’ plot in early August has been identified through close scrutiny of Russian state-controlled television …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Ukraine’s Security Service’s strange collaboration with Russia in its political persecution of opponents
    Nov21

    Ukraine’s Security Service’s strange collaboration with Russia in its political persecution of opponents

    Ukraine’s Security Service [SBU] appears to be collaborating with its Russian FSB counterpart even where there are strong grounds for believing that FSB interest in Russian citizens living in Ukraine is as politically motivated as its persecution of Ukrainians in occupied Crimea and Russia …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights...

    War Breaks Out Between Neo-Cons And Libertarians Over Trump’s Foreign Policy
    Nov20

    War Breaks Out Between Neo-Cons And Libertarians Over Trump’s Foreign Policy

    In late October, when it was still conventional wisdom that Hillary was “guaranteed” to win the presidency, the WaPo explained that among the neo-con, foreign policy “elites” of the Pentagon, a feeling of calm content had spread: after all, it was just a matter of time before the “pacifist” Obama was out,...

    Hunting for Trump.
    Nov19

    Hunting for Trump.

    …the powerful forces inside and outside the United States began a coordinated pressure on the company Trump. Its purpose – to limit to limit his field of maneuver with respect to Russia and make it impossible to legitimize Russia’s aggression in the Donbas and Crimea Russian recognition. It seems that the company has already achieved...

    Kleptocracy Weekly: November 12-18, 2016
    Nov19

    Kleptocracy Weekly: November 12-18, 2016

    New from KI Moldovan kleptocracy is threatening democracy in Eastern Europe. KI’s Ryan Hampton and Alona Rusin look at how the U.S. should respond. KI is launching a “Democracy and Kleptocracy” debate series. Join us at Busboys & Poets in DC on December 1 for the first event: The Crisis of Big Money Media. On December 14, join KI at...

    Obama’s farewell to Merkel and Europe
    Nov18

    Obama’s farewell to Merkel and Europe

    On November 17, Alexandra de Hoop Scheffer was interviewed by Le Monde’s correspondent in Berlin, to discuss President Obama’s last trip to Berlin, and Obama’s legacy in Europe and transatlantic relations. She commented on the “special relationship” between Obama and Merkel during Obama’s two mandates, which she sees as...

    Trump Must Avoid the Russia Reset Trap
    Nov18

    Trump Must Avoid the Russia Reset Trap

    As a candidate, Donald Trump said that if elected president he would examine the possibility of recognizing Russia’s claim to Crimea and lifting sanctions imposed by the United States in response to Kremlin-orchestrated aggression in Ukraine. On November 8, Trump was elected the forty-fifth president of the United States. The question now...

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