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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Barbed Wire Is the Tie That Binds Belarus and Russia
    Oct27

    Barbed Wire Is the Tie That Binds Belarus and Russia

    Anonymous artist makes a pointed addition to a Minsk mural symbolizing the city’s friendship with Moscow. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    A Third of Germans Fear War Erupting with Russia over Ukraine, Syria
    Oct27

    A Third of Germans Fear War Erupting with Russia over Ukraine, Syria

    October 27, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Ambassador of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland visits the Razumkov Centre
    Oct27

    Ambassador of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland visits the Razumkov Centre

    On 25 October 2016, the Razumkov Centre held a meeting with the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Mrs. Judith Gough. During the meeting, Mrs. Gough received comprehensive information about the Center, its activities and international cooperation, including with the British...

    Mikhail Pashkov took part in VI National Expert Forum “Key Issues of the Year”
    Oct27

    Mikhail Pashkov took part in VI National Expert Forum “Key Issues of the Year”

    On 12 October 2016, the Gorshenin Institute held VI National Expert Forum “Key Issues of the Year”. During the three panels experts and journalists discussed major events and challenges Ukraine has faced this year. The third panel “Ukraine in Europe and the World” was devoted to the issues of European integration and, in...

    Crimean Tartars ‘worse off’ under Putin than Stalin
    Oct27

    Crimean Tartars ‘worse off’ under Putin than Stalin

    The leader of the Crimean tartars, who is up for the European Parliament’s Sakharov prize, has said that his people are worse off under the Russian occupation than they were during the Soviet era. EurActiv Spain reports. …read more Source:...

    More Proof Ukraine is Changing: Opaque Defense Sector Embraces Reform
    Oct26

    More Proof Ukraine is Changing: Opaque Defense Sector Embraces Reform

    In December 2015, the anticorruption watchdog Transparency International warned that Ukraine’s defense sector faces “a high risk of corruption.” TI named the country’s opaque procurement process as the highest-risk area for corruption. Assessing the defense spheres of NATO members and partner states, TI gave Ukraine a D on an A to F...

    Kleptocracy Daily: October 26, 2016
    Oct26

    Kleptocracy Daily: October 26, 2016

    News Hackers published emails allegedly obtained from Vladimir Putin’s close advisor, Vladislav Surkov, which detail Russian plans to destabilize Ukraine. The Kremlin said they are fake, while Kyiv said they appear to be genuine. (FP, RFE/RL) Montenegro’s prime minister stepped down, accusing the Kremlin of plotting to take over the...

    The Return of Containment
    Oct26

    The Return of Containment

    Throughout the Cold War, George Kennan’s policy of containment shaped the West’s approach to the Soviet Union. At a time when Russia is bombing Aleppo, occupying parts of Ukraine, and meddling in Western politics, a new containment doctrine is needed. …read more Source: Project Syndicate (Czech...

    “Audit for the Implementation of the Minsk Agreements” was presented in Brussels
    Oct26

    “Audit for the Implementation of the Minsk Agreements” was presented in Brussels

    On October 18th, the IWP, together with partners from other analytical centers, presented in Brussels the analysis “Not so quiet on the Eastern Front: the audit of Minsk agreements and options for the reintegration of Ukraine». …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Don’t Expect Quick Resolution to Europe’s Only Active War
    Oct26

    Don’t Expect Quick Resolution to Europe’s Only Active War

    The most disputed point about the Minsk agreements has been whether to hold local elections in the Donbas before Ukraine regains control of its border with Russia, or after. Ukraine has insisted that security and the return of the border should precede elections, while pro-Russian separatists and Moscow have been pushing for the opposite, as...

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