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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    NATO Chief Urges Continued Pressure On Russia Over Ukraine
    Dec07

    NATO Chief Urges Continued Pressure On Russia Over Ukraine

    December 7, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Sanctions on Russia Need More Teeth
    Dec07

    Sanctions on Russia Need More Teeth

    It has been more than two years since the European Union and the United States imposed economic sanctions on Russia for its aggression in Ukraine. How effective have the sanctions been?According to US Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland in 2016, sanctions were meant to “press Moscow to bring an end to the violence in Ukraine and fully...

    U.S.–Russian Relations in the Next Presidency
    Dec07

    U.S.–Russian Relations in the Next Presidency

    Photo credit: U.S. Department of State Introduction Predicting the course of U.S.–Russian relations has never been easy. Ronald Reagan came to power promising to confront the “evil empire” by investing billions in missile defense and a six-hundred ship navy. He left office with the best ever relationship with the USSR. George W. Bush claimed to...

    IWP analyst: Ukrainian-Hungarian relations have a noticeably positive dynamic
    Dec07

    IWP analyst: Ukrainian-Hungarian relations have a noticeably positive dynamic

    The events of the past few months have demonstrated a very positive dynamic in relations between Ukraine and Hungary. IWP analyst Daria Gaidai presented on this during the international applied sciences conference “Ukraine-Hungary: 25 years of diplomatic relations.” …read more Source: Institute of World...

    By flirting with isolationism, Trump could be teeing up a third world war
    Dec07

    By flirting with isolationism, Trump could be teeing up a third world war

    Throughout his presidential campaign, Donald Trump repeatedly opined that the US should no longer serve as the world’s policeman. He publicly questioned what the US gets out of its military presence in South Korea and Japan, where it plays a strategic role in facing down China and North Korea. He also expressed admiration for Vladimir...

    Rasmussen: Ukraine ‘betrayed’ by EU over visa deal
    Dec07

    Rasmussen: Ukraine ‘betrayed’ by EU over visa deal

    Ukraine feels let down by the European Union for not keeping to a promise to give its citizens visa-free travel in the bloc, senior Ukrainian officials said. …read more Source:...

    The final international conference related to the completion of the project of The International Visegrad Fund “Institutional Reform of Ukraine’s Energy Sector in the Context of its Integration in EU Market”
    Dec07
    Court of Auditors unable to say how EU money was spent in Ukraine
    Dec07

    Court of Auditors unable to say how EU money was spent in Ukraine

    The EU has disbursed billions of euros to Ukraine, largely for budget support, but the European Court of Auditors (ECA) admitted yesterday (6 December) it was unable to say how the money was spent. …read more Source:...

    Taking Stock of the Challenge Posed by Russia
    Dec06

    Taking Stock of the Challenge Posed by Russia

    US representative to the OSCE, Daniel B. Baer, responds to European call for arms control talks with Moscow The United States shares European concerns about the erosion of Russian compliance with international treaties, but “it is not self-evident that the way forward is new commitments,” as has been proposed by the foreign ministers of fourteen...

    Trump, Brexit, and the Myth of Ukrainian Nationalism
    Dec06

    Trump, Brexit, and the Myth of Ukrainian Nationalism

    The election of Donald Trump to the US presidency is the latest indication that the liberal globalist consensus of the post-Cold War era is finally over. The sanctity of political correctness has been shattered and we now find ourselves hurtling headlong into the uncharted territory of anti-establishment populism.Trump’s triumph is part of...

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