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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Theresa May: “UK will play a full role until it leaves the EU, and will be a strong and dependable partner after that”
    Oct21

    Theresa May: “UK will play a full role until it leaves the EU, and will be a strong and dependable partner after that”

    Theresa May: “UK will play a full role until it leaves the EU, and will be a strong and dependable partner after that”As she arrived at her first European Council summit, Prime Minister Theresa May said, “I’m here with a clear message. The UK is leaving the EU, but we will continue to play a full role until we leave and we will be a strong...

    Beyond hard, soft and no Brexit
    Oct21

    Beyond hard, soft and no Brexit

    Recent declarations by political leaders suggest that a hard Brexit is the most likely outcome of the negotiation between the European Union and the United Kingdom that will start next spring after the UK government triggers Article 50. In Britain, several cabinet members have made statements pointing in this direction. And in Brussels, Donald...

    Ukrainian Literature Series: “Decomposition” with Ukrainian Poet Lyuba Yakimchuk
    Oct20

    Ukrainian Literature Series: “Decomposition” with Ukrainian Poet Lyuba Yakimchuk

    Cosponsored by the Ukrainian Studies Program at the Harriman Institute of Columbia University Directions: Directions to the Wilson Center …read more Source: Woodrow Wilson International Center for...

    October 20th, 1989
    Oct20

    October 20th, 1989

    CHINA Rodrigo Duterte and Xi Jinping Agree to Reopen South China Sea Talks Jane Perlez, THE NEW YORK TIMES President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines met with China’s leader, Xi Jinping, on Thursday, as part of a state visit that the United States is watching closely for further signs of a warming relationship. No major agreements were...

    Samuel Charap – Russias use of military force as a foreign policy tool
    Oct20

    Samuel Charap – Russias use of military force as a foreign policy tool

    Russia has used its military beyond its borders with unprecedented frequency in the period since the invasion of Crimea in February 2014. In this PONARS Policy Memo Samuel Charap explains this behaviour, arguing that we should see Moscow’s use of force as one element of a broader coercive bargaining process. …read more Source:...

    No Peace without the People: A Case for Grassroots Reconciliation in Ukraine
    Oct20

    No Peace without the People: A Case for Grassroots Reconciliation in Ukraine

    This week’s meeting in Paris of the Normandy Four is a critical one. If there is no measurable progress there to advance a framework for peace in Ukraine, public sentiment that Minsk is exhausted as a peace process will only grow. (Editor’s note: France, Germany, Russia, and Ukraine agreed to a preliminary roadmap for implementing the...

    Russia is systematically driving tortured Ukrainian political prisoner insane
    Oct20

    Russia is systematically driving tortured Ukrainian political prisoner insane

    Russia’s Ukrainian political prisoner Stanislav Klykh’s rejection of his lawyer on Oct 17 and request for a singer to replace her is almost certainly linked with his psychologically disturbed state after 10 months of torture and psychotropic drugs, yet Russia is continuing to deny him a proper psychiatric assessment …read more...

    Sentsov’s lawyer to defend Russia’s new tortured ‘Ukrainian Crimea saboteur’ hostage
    Oct20

    Sentsov’s lawyer to defend Russia’s new tortured ‘Ukrainian Crimea saboteur’ hostage

    2 and a half years after Russia’s FSB first seized Crimean filmmaker Oleg Sentsov and 3 other opponents of Russia’s annexation, and charged them with a non-existent ‘terrorist plot’, the same scenario is being followed with (at least) two other Ukrainians. Yevhen Panov and Andriy Zakhtei have been illegally taken to Moscow with...

    Head of Beleaguered Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Crimea detained after informing PACE of rights abuses
    Oct20

    Head of Beleaguered Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Crimea detained after informing PACE of rights abuses

    Archbishop Kliment, the Head of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church under the Kyiv Patriarchate in Crimea, was detained on Oct 19. He was released this time but fears that Russia may be planning to ban him from occupied Crimea as it has Mustafa Dzhemliev and others …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Europe Funds Russian Aggression in Ukraine, Syria, and Beyond
    Oct20

    Europe Funds Russian Aggression in Ukraine, Syria, and Beyond

    On October 20, the Council of the European Union will consider its strategy toward the Russian Federation. Following the resolution of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Europe faces a genuine challenge: to recognize Russian aggression against Ukraine for what it is, and to provide truly effective measures to stop Moscow...

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