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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    We believe in Europe
    Jul08

    We believe in Europe

    “Brexit or not, crisis or not, war or not, we will go the way of EU integration” said Poroshenko. It is the association agreement with the EU that guides Ukrainian efforts to put their home in order, thus making Europe safer and better itself. Politico: We believe in Europe’ …read more Source: The American Center for a European...

    Ukraine’s authoritarian signals
    Jul08

    Ukraine’s authoritarian signals

    In post-Soviet countries, the threat of authoritarianism emerges time and time again from the presidency. The president formally and informally controls key bodies of executive, legislature and judiciary through allies, new appointees and members of his financial-political group. OP: Ukraine’s authoritarian signals …read more Source:...

    NATO fights to hold western alliance together
    Jul08

    NATO fights to hold western alliance together

    Rumpled. Sergeant Paul Shaw LBIPP (Army)/MODGiven the various crises afflicting the EU, it would be easy to forget that NATO, Europe’s second organisational pillar, has serious problems of its own. The summit in Warsaw will put on a good show of allied resolve – but several problems are hanging heavy over it. The first, and most...

    Osborne joins with investment banks to reiterate commitment to City of London despite Brexit
    Jul08

    Osborne joins with investment banks to reiterate commitment to City of London despite Brexit

    Osborne joins with investment banks to reiterate commitment to City of London despite BrexitIn a joint statement released yesterday, Chancellor George Osborne and the heads of six large investment banks pledged to “work together” to meet the “economic challenges” presented by the UK’s vote to leave the EU. They noted that the UK has “one of...

    Surge of Chechen Asylum Seekers in Poland
    Jul08

    Surge of Chechen Asylum Seekers in Poland

    Belarusian border town has become main transit point for those on their way to Europe, who say they fear increased oppression back home. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Surge of Chechen Asylum Seekers in Poland
    Jul08

    Surge of Chechen Asylum Seekers in Poland

    Belarusian border town has become main transit point for those on their way to Europe, who say they fear increased oppression back home. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    What does Putin want?
    Jul08

    What does Putin want?

    It’s a tough question, with various layers, and might make Putin himself pause. Here’s an attempt at an answer. Putin wants to win; he wants victory. So how he would he define victory? First, he must be able to rule securely till 2024, as a constitutional amendment he enacted allows. Securing that outcome means ensuring that key...

    Cyprus parliament calls for end to EU sanctions on Russia
    Jul08

    Cyprus parliament calls for end to EU sanctions on Russia

    Cyprus’ parliament yesterday (7 July) adopted a resolution calling on the government to work towards lifting European Union sanctions imposed on Russia over its involvement in the Ukraine conflict, officials said. …read more Source:...

    Divisive & Ill-Timed Renaming of Kyiv Street after Controversial Nationalist Leader
    Jul08

    Divisive & Ill-Timed Renaming of Kyiv Street after Controversial Nationalist Leader

    Kyiv’s City Council voted on July 7 to rename Moskovsky Prospekt Bandera Avenue, after the Ukrainian nationalist leader Stepan Bandera. The move would have always aroused controversy, but the timing could also not have been more insensitive, coming as it does on the eve of the 73rd anniversary of the Volyn Massacre. …read more Source:...

    Divisive & Ill-Timed Renaming of Kyiv Street after Controversial Nationalist Leader
    Jul08

    Divisive & Ill-Timed Renaming of Kyiv Street after Controversial Nationalist Leader

    Kyiv’s City Council voted on July 7 to rename Moskovsky Prospekt Bandera Avenue, after the Ukrainian nationalist leader Stepan Bandera. The move would have always aroused controversy, but the timing could also not have been more insensitive, coming as it does on the eve of the 73rd anniversary of the Volyn Massacre. …read more Source:...

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