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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Blame Game Continues as Montenegro Reveals Names of Two Coup Plotters
    Nov22

    Blame Game Continues as Montenegro Reveals Names of Two Coup Plotters

    New evidence and statements from the prosecution continue to point fingers in Russia’s direction for an alleged coup attempt. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ahead of the EU-Ukraine summit: Increasing pressure for progress
    Nov22

    Ahead of the EU-Ukraine summit: Increasing pressure for progress

    Written by Naja Bentzen, © peteri / Fotolia Three years ago, on 21 November 2013, Ukraine’s then President, Viktor Yanukovich, caved in to Russian pressure and decided against signing the EU-Ukraine association agreement. The following ‘dignity revolution’ paved the way for Yanukovich’s own ousting on 22 February 2014, igniting...

    Prison Is Part of Russia
    Nov22

    Prison Is Part of Russia

    Dissident artist Petr Pavlensky on FSB interrogations, guerilla war against the cops, and why left and right are irrelevant in prison. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    In Time of Trump, Advice to Friends of Ukraine (And Democracy)
    Nov22

    In Time of Trump, Advice to Friends of Ukraine (And Democracy)

    Friends of Ukraine, brace yourself. There’s no way to sugar-coat this for the democracy crowd either.Donald Trump has suggested that Ukraine is not our business (it “affects Europe a lot more than it affects us”). Our president-elect admires Russia’s authoritarian leader (he’s “brilliant,” a “strong...

    Trump’s “Mad Dogs”. Why did the US president is gaining a team of Russia’s enemies.
    Nov22

    Trump’s “Mad Dogs”. Why did the US president is gaining a team of Russia’s enemies.

    “… The problem is not in Putin, as many believe. We have no problem with Mr Putin, we have a problem with Russia.” By Cyril Benedictov On Saturday, Donald Trump spent in the upscale Golf Club in Bedminster (New Jersey), meeting with likely candidates for senior positions in his future administration. Among them was Mitt Romney – presidential...

    Ukraine’s Detention of 2 Servicemen Ignites Dispute With Russia
    Nov22

    Ukraine’s Detention of 2 Servicemen Ignites Dispute With Russia

    November 21, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    November 22, 2016
    Nov22

    November 22, 2016

    CHINA Eight Activists “Disappear” in China’s Shenzhen After Police Raid on DinnerRADIO FREE ASIA Eight rights activists in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen are missing and believed detained on Monday after a meal they attended was raided by state security police. Ten people were taken away; at least two have been released following the...

    Trump’s Russia policy looms large over EU-Ukraine summit
    Nov22

    Trump’s Russia policy looms large over EU-Ukraine summit

    The EU-Ukraine 18th summit to be held on Thursday (24 November) is expected to discuss the consequences of an expected distancing of Washington from Kyiv, and the need for Brussels to do more in assisting the pro-Western government of President Petro Poroshenko. …read more Source:...

    Russian Investors Turning More Frequently to Investment Arbitration
    Nov22

    Russian Investors Turning More Frequently to Investment Arbitration

    In 2016 the Russian Federation has most commonly appeared on the host state’s end of Investor-State disputes, facing numerous arbitration claims brought in relation to Crimea events. However, quite recently Russia has also become more involved as home state, with Russian investors becoming more active in investor-state disputes. This post...

    The Traumatic Birth of a Crimean Nation
    Nov22

    The Traumatic Birth of a Crimean Nation

    How tradition, ethnic cleansing, and a difficult return home helped mold one people’s identity under the Soviet Union and after. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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