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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Crimean Tatar political prisoner declares hunger strike
    Apr05

    Crimean Tatar political prisoner declares hunger strike

    Ruslan Zeitullaev, one of the first men tried for unproven involvement in an organization which is legal in Ukraine has demanded an end to persecution of his people, and announced a hunger strike until specific demands are met. Zeitullaev addressed his demands to the Russian military court in Rostov where he is currently being retried after his...

    How the Trump budget undercuts security risks posed by pandemics
    Apr05

    How the Trump budget undercuts security risks posed by pandemics

    President Trump proposed a US$54 billion military budget increase to solidify the security of our nation. However, the government also recognizes pandemic threats as an issue of national security – one that knows no borders. In the last four years, we have faced the Ebola epidemic – contained after significant loss of life – and Zika, which is...

    Corruption, Terrorism and Russia’s Future
    Apr05

    Corruption, Terrorism and Russia’s Future

    Recent incidents in Russia resemble a speeding roller coaster. It is a story of political ups and downs, unexpected turns of events, and conflicting narratives. With mass anti-corruption demonstrations in Moscow and other Russian cities on March 26, followed by a terrorist attack in Petersburg on April 3, Kremlin elites are growing nervous....

    Photographs of Ukrainian Buks Geolocated, Nearly Three Years Later
    Apr04

    Photographs of Ukrainian Buks Geolocated, Nearly Three Years Later

    On July 15, 2014, a chaplain for the Ukrainian Armed Forces named O. (short for “otets,” or “father”) Gredil Mykhailo uploaded a handful of photographs showing a Ukrainian Buk missile launcher in a field that appeared to function as a Ukrainian military camp. The photographs would not be noteworthy if it were not for two things: the fact that...

    Kyrgyz-Born Man Suspected in St. Petersburg Metro Attack
    Apr04

    Kyrgyz-Born Man Suspected in St. Petersburg Metro Attack

    Poverty and lack of opportunity continue to drive millions of Central Asians to Russia in search of work. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The Battle for Ukraine: Leadership and Solidarity
    Apr04

    The Battle for Ukraine: Leadership and Solidarity

    Members 19 Apr 2017 – 09:30 to 10:30Add to CalendariCalendar Outlook Google Yahoo Chatham House, London Petro Poroshenko, President, UkraineChair: Dr Robin …read more Source: Chatham...

    IMF Approves $1 Billion Loan To Ukraine
    Apr04

    IMF Approves $1 Billion Loan To Ukraine

    April 4, 2017 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Kleptocracy Daily: April 4, 2017
    Apr04

    Kleptocracy Daily: April 4, 2017

    News A former advisor to President Trump’s election campaign has admitted contact with a Russian spy in 2013, allegedly providing them with “documents about the energy business,” according to a 2015 court filing. Bank of America Corp. is using a recent assessment of the money laundering risk in the U.S. economy to help determine risk among...

    IMF Approves $1 Billion for Ukraine
    Apr04

    IMF Approves $1 Billion for Ukraine

    Fund again chides Kyiv for slow progress on reforms meant to help Westernize country’s creaking economy. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The New Russian Renaissance
    Apr04

    The New Russian Renaissance

    Society Despite official statements from Russian officials about a “turn towards Asia” and the Russian media’s “anti-Western” rhetoric, the government’s cultural initiatives of the past few years tell another story: In the search for a national image, priority is accorded to anything portraying Russia as the “true” Europe, a European...

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