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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    The shift in US-Germany relations has implications for Russia
    Feb15

    The shift in US-Germany relations has implications for Russia

    The shift in US-Germany relations has implications for RussiaAfter decades, the transatlantic partnership between the U.S. and Germany finally shows signs of weakening. That could open the door for Russia to become an important German partnerAfter decades, the transatlantic partnership between the U.S. and Germany finally shows signs of...

    Russia: ‘We’re not returning our territory’ Crimea to Ukraine
    Feb15

    Russia: ‘We’re not returning our territory’ Crimea to Ukraine

    February 15, 2017 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    When the Alarm Sounds, Hunker in the Bunker
    Feb15

    When the Alarm Sounds, Hunker in the Bunker

    Does the revival of bunkermania in Russia and America herald a new Cold War? …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    A Baltic Test for European Arms Control
    Feb15

    A Baltic Test for European Arms Control

    Since Russia’s annexation of Crimea in early 2014, its political and military relations with the West have deteriorated sharply. To head off the risk of an arms race or military confrontation, both sides must urgently agree to reciprocal measures to limit military capabilities and engage in arms control, beginning in the Baltics....

    China and Russia: an Eastern partnership in the making?
    Feb15

    China and Russia: an Eastern partnership in the making?

    This Chaillot Paper, co-authored by Michal Makocki and Nicu Popescu, sets out to evaluate the scope and the actual implementation of the ‘pivot to the East’ announced by Moscow in the wake of its confrontation with the West over Ukraine. In particular, the study dwells on the ‘pivot within the pivot’ represented by Russia-China...

    Tatar leader: ‘Crimea will be free’
    Feb15

    Tatar leader: ‘Crimea will be free’

    It is only through repression and fear that occupying regimes can stay in power, Crimean Tatar leader, and former Soviet dissident Mustafa Dzhemilew, told Euractiv Poland. …read more Source:...

    Kremlin denies French election meddling, Macron camp renews charges
    Feb15

    Kremlin denies French election meddling, Macron camp renews charges

    The Kremlin yesterday (14 February) denied that it was behind media and internet attacks on the campaign of French presidential frontrunner Emmanuel Macron, though his camp renewed the charges against Russian media and a group of hackers operating in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Poisoned Putin critic Vladimir Kara-Murza: “What can I do if someone wants to kill me?”
    Feb15

    Poisoned Putin critic Vladimir Kara-Murza: “What can I do if someone wants to kill me?”

    Interview given by the Russian opposition activist in October 2016 …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group

    Defence denied Crimean Tatar leader on trial for saying Russia must leave Crimea
    Feb15

    Defence denied Crimean Tatar leader on trial for saying Russia must leave Crimea

    In a move as unexpected as it is lawless, Crimean Tatar leader Ilmi Umerov has been deprived of his defence lawyer Nikolai Polozov. The Crimean Supreme Court under Russian occupation rejected Polozov’s appeal against a ruling allowing Polozov to be interrogated as a ‘witness’ in Umerov’s case. A …read more Source: Kharkiv...

    Another Rights Activist ‘Deported’ from Russian-occupied Crimea
    Feb15

    Another Rights Activist ‘Deported’ from Russian-occupied Crimea

    Russia is increasingly using citizenship as one of its weapons against dissent and civic activism in occupied Crimea. It has claimed that imprisoned Crimean filmmaker Oleg Sentsov and civic activist Oleksandr Kolchenko ‘automatically’ became Russian citizens as its excuse for not returning the two Ukrainian political prisoners, yet uses...

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