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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Can Russia’s economy finally turn the corner in 2017?
    Jan27

    Can Russia’s economy finally turn the corner in 2017?

    Can Russia’s economy finally turn the corner in 2017?RD Interview: Kendrick White of Marchmont Capital Partners discusses the potential obstacles ahead for Russia’s economic growth, including factors that might weaken global energy pricesRD Interview: Kendrick White of Marchmont Capital Partners discusses the potential obstacles ahead...

    How to Keep Russia Sanctions Trump-Proof
    Jan27

    How to Keep Russia Sanctions Trump-Proof

    US sanctions to punish the Kremlin for invading Crimea and eastern Ukraine should be codified by Congress to ensure they stick. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Why Northern Europe Matters
    Jan26

    Why Northern Europe Matters

    Summary Northern Europe is geopolitically relevant due to its shared border with Russia and its dominant position in the Baltic, Norwegian and North seas. The region’s prominence in the Geopolitical Futures model varies depending on how Russia’s and the West’s competing interests intersect over Northern Europe’s strategic...

    Russian Forces in Crimea Pressure Human Rights Lawyers
    Jan26

    Russian Forces in Crimea Pressure Human Rights Lawyers

    Press ReleasesRussian Forces in Crimea Pressure Human Rights LawyersJanuary 26, 2017Occupation forces detained Emil Kurbedinov, a prominent Crimean Tatar lawyer in Crimea, and one of his clients, Seyran Saliev. Kurbedinov was arrested and almost immediately tried and convicted. …read more Source: Freedom...

    An Easy Target for Russia
    Jan26

    An Easy Target for Russia

    The anti-Belarus smear campaign in Russian media has gained momentum and even led to arrests at the end of last year. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Leadership in Partnership: Berlin’s New Pragmatism in an Era of Radical Uncertainty
    Jan26

    Leadership in Partnership: Berlin’s New Pragmatism in an Era of Radical Uncertainty

    Abstract: Germany has emerged as the EU’s central economic and political power in today’s crisis-ridden Europe. The U.K., after the Brexit vote, has probably dropped out of global crisis management for quite a while and the United States, under President Barack Obama, already significantly retrenched from global commitments. Thus the...

    Russian Duma Votes to Ease Penalties for Domestic Violence
    Jan26

    Russian Duma Votes to Ease Penalties for Domestic Violence

    Bill, likely to soon become law, applies criminal penalties only to those who seriously injure their partners or children. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Insulting Putin: case of Sanat Dosov
    Jan26

    Insulting Putin: case of Sanat Dosov

    Russia / World In late December, as the quarter-century anniversary of the USSR’s dissolution passed, a ruling out of Kazakhstan displayed how little distance remained between Moscow and certain former Soviet republics. In Aktobe, Kazakhstan, a local court sentenced a 46-year-old Kazakhstani native to three years in jail for his online...

    A Shaky Story, Now Set In Stone
    Jan26

    A Shaky Story, Now Set In Stone

    A monument honoring Russian and Soviet soldiers has been unveiled in a military cemetery in Esztergom, Hungary, two weeks before Russian leader Vladimir Putin visits the country. The Russian ambassador to Hungary pointedly mentioned the timing at the unveiling ceremony, casting the monument as “an important part of a big cooperation” between the...

    Trump and U.S. Alliances
    Jan26

    Trump and U.S. Alliances

    Doug Bandow The lackluster military spending of European countries has been a source of constant complaint for U.S. officials in recent years. Yet most of Washington’s demands for action have lacked credibility, since no U.S. administration has ever penalized a European state for slacking on defense. Instead, U.S. officials have typically...

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