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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Ukraine’s Foreign Policy Audit
    Jan11

    Ukraine’s Foreign Policy Audit

    The goal of this initiative is to study the mutual interests of Ukraine and its strategically important partners in order to develope recommendations for a proactive foreign policy for Ukraine. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Russia’s headlong rush into populism
    Jan11

    Russia’s headlong rush into populism

    Vladimir Putin has developed populism across many fields, from his own image to Russian sport and media. Kremlin Press officeIt’s very possible that, in 2017, Donald Trump will attempt to bring Russia back into the fold of civilised nations by lifting sanctions. So understanding the populism of Vladimir Putin’s government is more...

    U.S. Sanctions Russia’s Bastrykin And Alleged Litvinenko Killers
    Jan11

    U.S. Sanctions Russia’s Bastrykin And Alleged Litvinenko Killers

    The United States has slapped sanctions on five additional Russians for alleged human rights violations, including powerful senior law-enforcement official Aleksandr Bastrykin and lawmaker Andrei Lugovoi, who has been accused in Britain in the poisoning of Kremlin critic Aleksandr Litvinenko. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights...

    PEN International should expel Russian ‘partner’ for betrayal of Oleg Sentsov
    Jan11

    PEN International should expel Russian ‘partner’ for betrayal of Oleg Sentsov

    The degradation of Russia’s PEN-Centre, part of the renowned PEN International, into a Soviet-style organization unwilling to buck those in power has been evident since 2014, but nowhere more shamefully than in its failure to react to Russia’s politically-motivated persecution of their Ukrainian colleagues. …read more Source:...

    Russia’s Crimea Bridge Could Collapse Anytime
    Jan11

    Russia’s Crimea Bridge Could Collapse Anytime

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has called construction of a bridge between Russia and occupied Crimea a “historic mission”. Putin should pay better heed to historical lessons, since this ‘mission’ is doomed to failure, and by no means only because of sanctions. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Don’t Bet on Enduring Republican Reset With Russia
    Jan10

    Don’t Bet on Enduring Republican Reset With Russia

    WASHNGTON, DC: Donald Trump won’t be the first American president to “reset” relations with Russia following an assault on Western interests and values. In March 2009 President Barack Obama launched his own version of a reset – only seven months after Russia’s brazen invasion of Georgia, an ally of the United States that had been on...

    Why the new US military buildup in Europe doesn’t yet worry Russia
    Jan10

    Why the new US military buildup in Europe doesn’t yet worry Russia

    Why the new US military buildup in Europe doesn’t yet worry RussiaAs President Obama deploys thousands of troops and new military hardware to Europe, Moscow is waiting to see the next moves of the Trump administrationAs President Obama deploys thousands of troops and new military hardware to Europe, Moscow is waiting to see the next moves...

    Editorial Newsletter December 2016
    Jan10

    Editorial Newsletter December 2016

    EU-Russia relations: time for a reset? One of the external threats the EU is confronted with concerns the relationship with Russia. The annexation of Crimea, the interference in Eastern Ukraine and Russia’s bombardments in Syria are examples of Russian activities having a serious impact on security in Europe. As a side effect another frozen...

    Intelligence report on Kremlin hacking makes any reset close to impossible
    Jan10

    Intelligence report on Kremlin hacking makes any reset close to impossible

    Intelligence report on Kremlin hacking makes any reset close to impossibleExpecting conclusive evidence in the declassified intelligence report about the Kremlin’s alleged hacking would be naive in the current U.S. political environment, where Russia is seen as an adversaryExpecting conclusive evidence in the declassified intelligence...

    Russia and the EU: Teaming up to save the environment in 2017?
    Jan10

    Russia and the EU: Teaming up to save the environment in 2017?

    Russia and the EU: Teaming up to save the environment in 2017?As Russia gets set to mark the Year of the Environment in 2017, there is growing hope that the Kremlin might be able to partner with the EU on several showcase environmental projectsAs Russia gets set to mark the Year of the Environment in 2017, there is growing hope that the Kremlin...

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