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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Commission opens door to further Gazprom blackmail
    Nov08

    Commission opens door to further Gazprom blackmail

    A recent decision of the European Commission puts the whole European diversification and energy security strategy in jeopardy, and Poland and Ukraine may take legal action against the EU executive, writes Jacek Saryusz-Wolski. …read more Source:...

    Obstacles for Doing Business in Ukraine – A commentary by Ewa Martyna-David
    Nov07

    Obstacles for Doing Business in Ukraine – A commentary by Ewa Martyna-David

    Merken Merken Merken Der Beitrag Obstacles for Doing Business in Ukraine – A commentary by Ewa Martyna-David erschien zuerst auf Competence Center for Black Sea Region Studies. …read more Source: Competence Center for Black Sea Region...

    Garry Kasparov Speaks to Bellingcat about Russian Involvement in the US Elections
    Nov07

    Garry Kasparov Speaks to Bellingcat about Russian Involvement in the US Elections

    Last week, ahead of the US elections, Eleanor Rose spoke to chess genius and political activist Garry Kasparov on Russia’s interests in tomorrow’s presidential elections. Bellingcat: Russia expressed wishes to send electoral monitors to oversee the US elections, and now the Russian NGO ROIIP claims it will perform distance monitoring....

    Four Swift Blows to Putin’s Influence in Europe
    Nov07

    Four Swift Blows to Putin’s Influence in Europe

    Moscow retains substantial influence in Europe. However, its ability to leverage that influence against Ukraine appears to be declining, as four decisions over the past two months illustrate.Moscow’s intervention in Syria is weakening the Kremlin’s position vis a vis Ukraine in the views of European policymakers. This was evident on...

    Kleptocracy Daily: November 7, 2016
    Nov07

    Kleptocracy Daily: November 7, 2016

    News Mikheil Saakashvili resigned as governor of Odessa, citing corruption and insufficient political backing for reforms. (Guardian) A pro-Kremlin candidate won the first round of Bulgaria’s presidential election. (Reuters) Russian nationalists were allegedly behind a plot to assassinate the pro-Western prime minister of Montenegro. (BBC)...

    The Politics of Peacekeeping: It is a Long Way from London to Juba
    Nov07

    The Politics of Peacekeeping: It is a Long Way from London to Juba

    The quest for a more robust approach to ensuring successful UN peacekeeping operations has claimed its first scalp in South Sudan. The sacking of the force commander there comes barely two months after London hosted a summit of the world’s defence ministers on the challenges of UN peacekeeping After a highly critical investigation of the...

    The Inside Kremlin Joke.
    Nov07

    The Inside Kremlin Joke.

    What more could Putin want? He is licking his chops. …Indeed, Bush, who also looks like Hercules compared to Trump, is an object lesson in claims of “global strength.” When Putin invaded the Republic of Georgia, and took permanent control of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, what did the ‘strong’ Bush Administration do? Nothing. Trump likely has...

    Transparency International welcomes the completion of first round of e-declarations in Ukraine
    Nov07

    Transparency International welcomes the completion of first round of e-declarations in Ukraine

    Transparency International, the global anti-corruption movement and its partner in Ukraine, welcome the completion of the first step in providing the Ukrainian people with a public electronic register of the assets of politicians and senior civil servants, including those of President Petro Poroshenko. Transparency International now calls for the...

    Words Fly Over Controversial Moscow Statue
    Nov07

    Words Fly Over Controversial Moscow Statue

    Religious leader Vladimir honored, revolution ignored at the Kremlin as Kyiv accuses Russia of poaching its history. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Sneak Peeks at Russia’s New Crimean Bases
    Nov07

    Sneak Peeks at Russia’s New Crimean Bases

    Ukraine fears that the new facilities and restored Soviet installations on the peninsula pose a growing security threat. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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