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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Russia Is Fighting For Relevance, Not Dominance
    Dec08

    Russia Is Fighting For Relevance, Not Dominance

    Image credit: Poster Collection, RUSU 562, Hoover Institution Archives.Featured Commentaryvia StrategikaPrevalent in many western capitals is the narrative that Vladimir Putin is striving to regain dominance of the “lost” Soviet empire, and his aggressive behavior in Ukraine—especially his blatant annexation of Crimea in March 2014—is just the...

    Ukrainian President Rebuffs Fugitive’s Explosive Claims
    Dec08

    Ukrainian President Rebuffs Fugitive’s Explosive Claims

    Former lawmaker Onyshchenko, facing embezzlement case, releases recording allegedly proving Poroshenko’s dirty dealing. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    ‘Channeling Brussels’ with Sandy Vershbow
    Dec08

    ‘Channeling Brussels’ with Sandy Vershbow

    Former NATO Deputy Secretary General Alexander “Sandy” Vershbow on the challenge posed by Russia When someone with the long-range perspective of Sandy Vershbow says relations with Russia are the worst he’s seen in his entire career, everyone should take notice. In this week’s “Channeling Brussels,” Vershbow...

    ‘Channeling Brussels,’ episode 2
    Dec08

    ‘Channeling Brussels,’ episode 2

    Fmr NATO Deputy Secretary General, U.S. Amb. Alexander “Sandy” Vershbow When someone with the long-range perspective of Sandy Vershbow says relations with Russia are the worst he’s seen in his entire career, everyone should take notice. In this week’s “Channeling Brussels”, Vershbow calls 2014, with...

    EU Unblocks Visa-Free Travel for Ukraine, Georgia
    Dec08

    EU Unblocks Visa-Free Travel for Ukraine, Georgia

    December 8, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    The Anthropocene is a nuclear epoch – so how can we survive it?
    Dec08

    The Anthropocene is a nuclear epoch – so how can we survive it?

    The era in which we live is now officially described as an atomic Anthropocene or the “age of humans”, an epoch defined by humans’ impact on the planet – and one of its most distinctive features is radiation. The fallout (both literal and figurative) from international nuclear weapons testing, nuclear energy and nuclear disasters are...

    Regional Security Cooperation in the Baltic Sea Region
    Dec08

    Regional Security Cooperation in the Baltic Sea Region

    Introduction In a strategic contest between the West and Russia over the post-Cold War architecture, the security of the Baltic Sea region depends on its allies within NATO and the European Union. Since Russia annexed Crimea in 2014, it has been clear that the Kremlin is not interested in maintaining the status quo or that it interprets it in a...

    The integrity of Central Europe is in peril
    Dec08

    The integrity of Central Europe is in peril

    Who would have thought that Europe’s margins – places that always, as Czeslaw Milosz wrote, “knew far more about the West than the West ever knew or cared about the East” – could change the world by remaking the continent, bring down an empire of tyranny and rekindle the dream of a free, liberal and whole Europe. Those who were lucky to see...

    Syria, Ukraine, and the Failure of Western Diplomacy
    Dec08

    Syria, Ukraine, and the Failure of Western Diplomacy

    Hand-wringing by Western foreign ministers over Syria and Ukraine is no substitute for dealing with the shortfalls of diplomacy-especially vis-a-vis Russia. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Hurdle cleared to visa-free EU travel for Ukraine, Georgia
    Dec08

    Hurdle cleared to visa-free EU travel for Ukraine, Georgia

    EU negotiators said Thursday (8 December) they have resolved an internal row that had delayed visa-free travel to Europe for Ukrainians and Georgians. …read more Source:...

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