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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    U.S. Seeks ‘Humanitarian Parole’ for Uzbekistan Prisoner
    Nov17

    U.S. Seeks ‘Humanitarian Parole’ for Uzbekistan Prisoner

    Washington is appealing for amnesty for man whom rights groups call one of the Central Asian nation’s longest-serving political prisoners. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    From the Shores of Azov … to the Halls of Power?
    Nov17

    From the Shores of Azov … to the Halls of Power?

    A militarized corps that openly flaunts fascist symbols tries to transform itself into the leader of the ‘new right’ in Ukraine’s fractious political arena. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Appeal of the Experts, Researchers and Journalists Regarding Illegal Detention of Ukrainian Experts in Crimea
    Nov17

    Appeal of the Experts, Researchers and Journalists Regarding Illegal Detention of Ukrainian Experts in Crimea

    We call expert, research and journalistic communities, civil activists for professional solidarity and ask to support this appeal. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    UN Resolution on the Human Rights Situation in Crimea
    Nov17

    UN Resolution on the Human Rights Situation in Crimea

    The most hard-hitting UN statement yet on Russia’s occupation of Crimea and ongoing human rights abuse …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Russia dumps the International Criminal Court after report on Crimea. Liability for war crimes remains
    Nov17

    Russia dumps the International Criminal Court after report on Crimea. Liability for war crimes remains

    Despite numerous misleading headlines, Russia cannot dramatically leave the International Criminal Court since it has never joined in the first place. It could, however, have ratified the Rome Statute and now doesn’t want to, presumably because of such unkind words as ‘military conflict’ and ‘occupation’. …read more...

    Russia awards Ukrainian political prisoner $15 ’compensation’ for torture & wrongful imprisonment
    Nov17

    Russia awards Ukrainian political prisoner $15 ’compensation’ for torture & wrongful imprisonment

    Abducted from hospital, tortured and held in Russian detention for 10 months on totally fictitious ‘war crimes charges’, Serhiy Lytvynov has been awarded ‘compensation’ – about 15 US dollars worth …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    US and NATO  military intelligence ringed Russia.
    Nov17

    US and NATO military intelligence ringed Russia.

    …Trump will be with Putin “negotiate for peace, but with a position of strength” 16/11/2016 Vladimir Mukhin Columnist “Nezavisimaya Gazeta” While the head of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin had a telephone conversation with the newly elected president of the United States, Donald Trump, at the southern borders of Russia made another...

    The Turkish Stream Agreement and What It Means
    Nov16

    The Turkish Stream Agreement and What It Means

    Economy On October 10, in the margins of the 23rd World Energy Congress being held in Istanbul, Russia’s president Vladimir Putin and Turkey’s prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan signed an agreement confirming common intentions to proceed with construction of the Turkish Stream pipeline, after bilateral relations improved following a...

    Trump’s US could give up the fight to stop nuclear arms from spreading
    Nov16

    Trump’s US could give up the fight to stop nuclear arms from spreading

    With a few notable exceptions, Democratic and Republican presidents alike have generally tried to restrain if not reverse nuclear proliferation since nuclear weapons came into existence. But in the era of Donald Trump, that history may count for nothing. President-elect Trump apparently has little time for his country’s fragile nuclear...

    Why Georgia Deserves More Love from the EU, NATO, and the US
    Nov16

    Why Georgia Deserves More Love from the EU, NATO, and the US

    On November 11, Mikheil Saakashvili stole the show again. After resigning from his post as regional governor of Odesa oblast in Ukraine, he vowed to build a new political party and called for early parliamentary elections there. While Saakashvili dominates the news cycle and pundits continue to examine his every move, it’s worth taking a...

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