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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    The final endgame between Putin and Obama
    Jan10

    The final endgame between Putin and Obama

    The final endgame between Putin and ObamaVladimir Putin’s restrained response to U.S. cyber sanctions could be an effort to ease the transition process for U.S. President-elect Donald Trump. But will this strategy really pay off?Vladimir Putin’s restrained response to U.S. cyber sanctions could be an effort to ease the transition...

    What threats will Russia and the world face in 2017?
    Jan10

    What threats will Russia and the world face in 2017?

    What threats will Russia and the world face in 2017?As 2016 comes to an end, pundits are coming up with gloomy forecasts for 2017 based on the wide range of geopolitical threats currently facing Russia and the worldAs 2016 comes to an end, pundits are coming up with gloomy forecasts for 2017 based on the wide range of geopolitical threats...

    The World in 2017: Ten Issues that Will Set the International Agenda
    Jan10

    The World in 2017: Ten Issues that Will Set the International Agenda

    * Text finalised in January 9th 2017.This Nota Internacional is the result of collective reflection by the CIDOB research team. Coordinated and edited by Eduard Soler i Lecha and Eckart Woertz, it has benefitted from the contributions of Anna Ayuso, Jordi Bacaria, Anna Bardolet, Moussa Bourekba, Luigi Carafa, Paula de Castro, Carmen Claudín,...

    Kleptocracy Daily: January 10, 2017
    Jan10

    Kleptocracy Daily: January 10, 2017

    News John McCain and Lindsey Graham are introducing a bipartisan bill to increase sanctions against Russia. (Politico) New Russia sanctions include the suspected killers of Alexander Litvinenko. (Guardian) Donald Trump aides labelled Obama’s response to Russian intervention in the U.S. elections “disproportionate.” (Bloomberg) Trump’s...

    Washington Invented Hacking and Interfering in Elections
    Jan10

    Washington Invented Hacking and Interfering in Elections

    Is the United States the victim of an unprovoked cyber and media attack by Russia and China or are the chickens coming home to roost after Washington’s own promotion of such activity worldwide? On Thursday Director of National Intelligence James Clapper asserted to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that while no foreign government had...

    Kuwait Needs Economic Reform, but Opponents Dominated National Assembly Election
    Jan10

    Kuwait Needs Economic Reform, but Opponents Dominated National Assembly Election

    Doug Bandow Kuwait City, Kuwait—Kuwait is one of the freest nations in the Persian Gulf, as well as one of America’s best friends. Yet its “liberalish” governance, as one Kuwaiti colleague described it, ironically impedes the adoption of market-oriented economic reforms necessary for the country’s prosperity. The latest election for...

    Russia’s Middle Eastern Drive Could Dilute Europe’s East-South Divide
    Jan10

    Russia’s Middle Eastern Drive Could Dilute Europe’s East-South Divide

    The fall of Aleppo shows painfully how Russia is largely given free hand in pressing forward its geopolitical interests with whatever means it chooses without fearing any consequences from the fading ‘international community’. There are many reasons why the United States and Europe have refrained from putting more forceful pressure on...

    Moscow Lands Second Hard Punch on LinkedIn
    Jan10

    Moscow Lands Second Hard Punch on LinkedIn

    Dispute over data storage law underlines rising state control over the Russian internet. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Cyberattacks Raise Concerns Over Russian Meddling in Montenegro
    Jan10

    Cyberattacks Raise Concerns Over Russian Meddling in Montenegro

    The small Balkan state could get the green light for NATO entry within weeks, a step Moscow fiercely opposes. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The Globalists’ Russia Game
    Jan09

    The Globalists’ Russia Game

    Thanks to Barak Obama’s most recent expression of his low character and a foreign policy weirdly akin to fantasy-baseball gone bad, thirty-five US-resident Russian diplomats and their families targeted for rapid deportation feared a frantic search in the holiday crunch for open seats on flights to Moscow.On Friday, Russia sent an Ilyushin...

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