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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Photos and video: MLI’s discussion on security in Europe
    Dec02

    Photos and video: MLI’s discussion on security in Europe

    Macdonald-Laurier InstituteMacdonald-Laurier Institute – Canada’s leading public policy think tank Missed MLI’s November event, “Meeting the new security threats in Europe: Hybrid warfare, Russian military expansion, propaganda and cyber war”? Check out our full… Photos and video: MLI’s discussion on security in...

    Trump, Mexico and Organised Crime: How to Make a Bad Situation Worse
    Dec02

    Trump, Mexico and Organised Crime: How to Make a Bad Situation Worse

    If Trump enacts two of the main pledges from his presidential campaign – the wall along the US­­–Mexico border and mass deportations – he will be helping, not hindering, organised crime groups in the region. Download the article (PDF)‘When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best … They’re bringing drugs....

    Slovakia, the Visegrad Group and Brexit: Charity Should Begin at Home
    Dec02

    Slovakia, the Visegrad Group and Brexit: Charity Should Begin at Home

    By Public Relations. PhotolRUSI website.Dr Jonathan Eyal the International Director of the Royal United Services Institute wrote a commentary with extensive quotes from GLOBSEC Trends public opinion polls titled- Slovakia, the Visegrad Group and Brexit: Charity Should Begin at Home. The commentary analyzes the stance of the political presentative...

    Gambling on Low-Risk: Anti-Money Laundering in Non-Banking Sectors
    Dec02

    Gambling on Low-Risk: Anti-Money Laundering in Non-Banking Sectors

    Fines recently imposed on leading bookmakers highlight why the UK’s anti-money laundering action plan must include non-banking sectors so that the challenges they face are taken into account.Download the article (PDF)The gambling sector, a global industry encompassing casinos, bookmakers and lotteries, among others, has unique...

    Ukrainians Plan Cyberattack on Russian Banks, FSB Warns
    Dec02

    Ukrainians Plan Cyberattack on Russian Banks, FSB Warns

    As tensions between Russia and the West grow, each side prepares for cyberattacks and foreign spy games. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    December 2nd, 2016
    Dec02

    December 2nd, 2016

    CHINA Singapore May Prove a Tough Nut for China to Crack Over Regional Security Greg Torode and Marius Zaharia, REUTERS As the impounding of Singaporean troop carriers in Hong Kong exposes rising tensions between China and Singapore, the Lion City is unlikely to budge on core security interests concerning Beijing—its military relationship with...

    Trainspotting Texts Land Two Russian Women in Prison
    Dec02

    Trainspotting Texts Land Two Russian Women in Prison

    Latest trial ended with conviction on espionage and treason charges for text message about Russian military transport. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    “Deoligarchisation” in Ukraine
    Dec02

    “Deoligarchisation” in Ukraine

    In 2015, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko announced a process of “deoligarchisation”. Not much has happened so far. Some of the oligarchs’ profit sources have run dry in the field of public procurement. Certain efforts have been made to curb the in­fluence of oligarchs with respect to media legislation and financing political parties....

    Here’s Why Ukraine Failed to Get More IMF Funding
    Dec02

    Here’s Why Ukraine Failed to Get More IMF Funding

    Clearly the IMF does not trust the Ukrainian authorities to fight corruption. The Ukrainian government must convince the IMF that it is doing something about corruption either through deeds or credible policies. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Russia accused of mechanisms of political repression in Crimea unprecedented since Stalin & Hitler
    Dec02

    Russia accused of mechanisms of political repression in Crimea unprecedented since Stalin & Hitler

    From political prisoners & punitive psychiatry to dissident writers being prevented from travelling abroad, the Soviet echoes in Russian-occupied Crimea are becoming increasingly pronounced. On Nov 28, Mykola Semena was not able to personally receive the Pavel Sheremet Journalism Award 2016 at a ceremony in Brussels …read more Source:...

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