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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    The emancipation of Ukraine
    Feb03

    The emancipation of Ukraine

    Russia / Europe Rebroadcasting of the Russian liberal TV channel “Dozhd” has been banned in Kyiv for having presented Crimea as part of the territory of the Russian Federation (RF). Opponents of the ban argue that “Dozhd” had no other option than to comply with Russian legislation in order to retain its Russian broadcasting license. Proponents of...

    February 3rd, 2017
    Feb03

    February 3rd, 2017

    CHINA Why Foreign Companies Are Shutting Shop in China Jane Li, CNBC US-based Seagate, the world’s biggest maker of hard disk drives, closed its factory in Suzhou near Shanghai last month with the loss of 2,000 jobs, in a move that has rekindled fears that China is becoming increasingly hostile towards foreign firms operating in the...

    Эмансипация Украины
    Feb03

    Эмансипация Украины

    Russia / Europe В Киеве запретили ретрансляцию российского либерального телеканала “Дождь» – за то, что он обозначал Крым как территорию РФ. Противники запрета рассуждают о том, что “Дождь» был вынужден соблюдать российское законодательство, иначе мог лишиться лицензии в России. Сторонники запрета пожимают плечами – “dura...

    Putin, Orban Cement Ties
    Feb03

    Putin, Orban Cement Ties

    …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Who is behind the recent military flare-up in Ukraine?
    Feb03

    Who is behind the recent military flare-up in Ukraine?

    Who is behind the recent military flare-up in Ukraine?Debates: Experts discuss the renewed military escalation in Eastern Ukraine, trying to determine the possible motivations for both sidesDebates: Experts discuss the renewed military escalation in Eastern Ukraine, trying to determine the possible motivations for both sides.OSCE Special...

    Cyber attacks on Ukraines power grid
    Feb03

    Cyber attacks on Ukraines power grid

    Two cyber attacks in Ukraine show what capable hackers attacking critical infrastructure might be able to achieve. …read more Source: International Institute for Strategic...

    EU’s Orban and ally Putin cement closer ties
    Feb03

    EU’s Orban and ally Putin cement closer ties

    Russian President Vladimir Putin and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán cemented closer ties at talks yesterday (2 February), amid growing EU rifts over sanctions against Moscow because of its meddling in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine appeals for help against Russia as fighting flares
    Feb03

    Ukraine appeals for help against Russia as fighting flares

    Ukraine’s president appealed for more global pressure against Russia yesterday (2 February) as Moscow-backed rebels and government forces clashed around a frontline town in an upsurge of fighting that has claimed a reported 25 lives. …read more Source:...

    From Fake News to Fake Opinion
    Feb03

    From Fake News to Fake Opinion

    The Center for Global Strategic Monitoring website appears to be an impressive and thoughtful news and opinion site at first glance. However, one does not have to dig deep to discover that the organization is phony …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Latvian citizen on trial accused of war crimes in Donbas
    Feb03

    Latvian citizen on trial accused of war crimes in Donbas

    The latest trial in an EU country of a person accused of fighting for Kremlin-backed militants in Eastern Ukraine began on Feb 1 in Riga. Artem Skripnik, a 26-year-old Latvian citizen, faces a sentence of up to 10 years’ imprisonment if convicted …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

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