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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    IWP held a Public Debate “Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Japan”
    Jan11

    IWP held a Public Debate “Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Japan”

    On December 16, the Institute of World Policy held a public debate on Ukrainian-Japanese relations. At the event, Mykola Bielieskov, research fellow at the IWP, presented the research paper on the Ukrainian-Japanese relations, based on a series of interviews with Ukrainian and Japanese officials and experts. Diplomats, policy and decision makers,...

    Presentation of the research paper “Audit of the Minsk Agreements”
    Jan11

    Presentation of the research paper “Audit of the Minsk Agreements”

    On December 19, the Institute of World Policy with the partners presented the research paper on implementation of Minsk Agreements and possible scenarios for Ukraine. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    What kind of Russia should the West fear?
    Jan11

    What kind of Russia should the West fear?

    What kind of Russia should the West fear?RD Interview: Dmitri Trenin of the Carnegie Moscow Center explains how current misguided perceptions in both the United States and Russia could lead to a dangerous new geopolitical realityRD Interview: Dmitri Trenin of the Carnegie Moscow Center explains how current misguided perceptions in both the United...

    Foreign Policy Forum (2nd panel)
    Jan11

    Foreign Policy Forum (2nd panel)

    On 21st of December, on the eve of the Day of Diplomatic Service of Ukraine, IWP held the Foreign Policy Forum, summing up “Audit of Ukraine’s Foreign Policy ” project. The second panel. RECIPE FOR SUCCESS – RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EFFICIENT FOREIGN POLICY …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Foreign Policy Forum (1st panel)
    Jan11

    Foreign Policy Forum (1st panel)

    On 21st of December, on the eve of the Day of Diplomatic Service of Ukraine, IWP held the Foreign Policy Forum, summing up “Audit of Ukraine’s Foreign Policy ” project. First panel: From ad hoc diplomacy to proactive foreign policy: Ukraine in the global agenda …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Public Debate “What is after the Budapest Memorandum?”
    Jan11

    Public Debate “What is after the Budapest Memorandum?”

    On 5th of December, the anniversary of signing the Budapest Memorandum, the Institute of World Policy held a debate and presentation of the research on new opportunities for strengthening security of Ukraine. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Ukraine’s Foreign Policy Audit
    Jan11

    Ukraine’s Foreign Policy Audit

    The goal of this initiative is to study the mutual interests of Ukraine and its strategically important partners in order to develope recommendations for a proactive foreign policy for Ukraine. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Russia’s headlong rush into populism
    Jan11

    Russia’s headlong rush into populism

    Vladimir Putin has developed populism across many fields, from his own image to Russian sport and media. Kremlin Press officeIt’s very possible that, in 2017, Donald Trump will attempt to bring Russia back into the fold of civilised nations by lifting sanctions. So understanding the populism of Vladimir Putin’s government is more...

    U.S. Sanctions Russia’s Bastrykin And Alleged Litvinenko Killers
    Jan11

    U.S. Sanctions Russia’s Bastrykin And Alleged Litvinenko Killers

    The United States has slapped sanctions on five additional Russians for alleged human rights violations, including powerful senior law-enforcement official Aleksandr Bastrykin and lawmaker Andrei Lugovoi, who has been accused in Britain in the poisoning of Kremlin critic Aleksandr Litvinenko. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights...

    PEN International should expel Russian ‘partner’ for betrayal of Oleg Sentsov
    Jan11

    PEN International should expel Russian ‘partner’ for betrayal of Oleg Sentsov

    The degradation of Russia’s PEN-Centre, part of the renowned PEN International, into a Soviet-style organization unwilling to buck those in power has been evident since 2014, but nowhere more shamefully than in its failure to react to Russia’s politically-motivated persecution of their Ukrainian colleagues. …read more Source:...

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