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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    America’s Russia Policy Has Failed
    Oct19

    America’s Russia Policy Has Failed

    By any number of measures, Washington’s Russia policy has failed. While ostensibly suffering from diplomatic and economic isolation under a U.S.-led international sanctions regime, Moscow has succeeded in challenging a wide range of American interests, most notably in Ukraine, Syria, and cyberspace. Coming up with a new approach on Russia...

    Why Ukraine’s New Ultranationalist Party Will Not Last
    Oct19

    Why Ukraine’s New Ultranationalist Party Will Not Last

    On October 14, the Azov Battalion—Ukraine’s controversial ultranationalist paramilitary group that has been fighting in the Donbas as part of the National Guard—entered the political fray. Registered as a political party under the name National Corps, the new party proposes an ambitious military and nationalist agenda, including a...

    A Normandy Summit of Ulterior Motives
    Oct19

    A Normandy Summit of Ulterior Motives

    Photo courtesy of Kremlin.ru At shortest-possible notice, the leaders of Ukraine and Russia, France and Germany meet in Berlin this Wednesday (19 October) to discuss the war in Eastern Ukraine. This gathering in the so-called Normandy format, at summit level and announced only a day ago, suggests great urgency. However, there has been neither a...

    How NatWest bank became a player in the new propaganda war between Russia and the West
    Oct19

    How NatWest bank became a player in the new propaganda war between Russia and the West

    The recent decision of the National Westminster Bank to freeze the UK accounts of Russian international broadcaster RT sparked a furious row, with talk of Kremlin disinformation pitted against accusations of British suppression of free speech. It’s the latest blow in a propaganda war that has raged between Russia and the West since before...

    A guide to the Sakharov Prize (2016)
    Oct19

    A guide to the Sakharov Prize (2016)

    fotolia / ibreakstock Find out more on the procedure related to the European Parliament Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought and how its nominees are chosen. Each year the European Parliament awards the Sakharov to honour individuals or organisations for their efforts on behalf of human rights and fundamental freedoms. This prize was set up in...

    Parliamentary Elections in Georgia
    Oct19

    Parliamentary Elections in Georgia

    A few days ago, the Georgian population elected a portion of the 9th parliament since the country’s independence. In more than 50 single-member districts a second round of elections is scheduled. A few days ago, the Georgian population elected a portion of the 9th parliament since the country’s independence. (In more than 50...

    The Czech Republic: Migration trends and political dynamics
    Oct19

    The Czech Republic: Migration trends and political dynamics

    By Magda Faltová. Photo: Flickr| European Parliament. Licensed by CC BY-NC-ND 2.0The following report outlines migration trends and the political dynamics on this issue in Czech Republic, particularly in light of the outbreak of the migration crisis in the summer of 2015. This article is part of the Visegrad Migration Series. The migration crisis...

    Putin Travels to Germany for Talks on Ukraine
    Oct19

    Putin Travels to Germany for Talks on Ukraine

    October 19, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Audit of Ukraine’s Foreign Policy. Index of Relations
    Oct19

    Audit of Ukraine’s Foreign Policy. Index of Relations

    On October, 24, the Institute of World Policy will hold the presentation of a new study ‘Index of Relations’ within the framework of a large-scale project ‘Foreign Policy Audit’. From now, the think tank will evaluate the relations’ dynamics on key foreign policy directions quarterly. The new document will contain qualified...

    Kleptocracy Daily: October 19, 2016
    Oct19

    Kleptocracy Daily: October 19, 2016

    Watch live from Hudson Institute, 9:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.: “The Threat of Kleptocracy: States Bordering the Russian Federation.” Join KI, the Lithuanian ambassador, and highly distinguished panelists to discuss how the Kremlin’s kleptocracy affects the Baltics, Eastern Europe, and Ukraine. News An FT investigation links a Trump business to...

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