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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Slovakia, the Visegrad Group and Brexit: Charity Should Begin at Home
    Oct07

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

    Slovakia’s prime minister is a harsh critic of Britain and of Brexit. This is understandable; however, a recent study suggests that he would be well-advised to pay more attention to his own country’s precarious affiliations to pan-European institutions.Slovakia currently holds the rotating presidency of the EU, and it takes its job...

    UkraineLab Forum in Berlin:  Diversity as an Opportunity
    Oct07

    UkraineLab Forum in Berlin: Diversity as an Opportunity

    The 4th UkraineLab Forum this year took place in Berlin. A large gathering of Ukrainian activists too place 19 – 22 of September under the topic The Polyphony of Activism. Exploring the European identity. The main topics of the UkraineLab forum in Berlin dealt with the dimensions of activism in Ukraine and Europe today and how they are changing...

    Information war monitor for Central Europe: September 2016
    Oct07

    Information war monitor for Central Europe: September 2016

    By Lóránt Győri, Patrik Szicherle, Jakub Janda, Veronika Víchová, Daniel Milo, Katarína Klingová. Photo: Flickr|Janelle, licensed by BY-NC-ND 2.0Domestic politics and international events in September in Central Europe provided a plethora of topics for Russian propaganda to mystify and misinform about. The Bratislava Summit or the referendum in...

    Russia deploys Bastion-P coastal defense missile system near border with the Baltics
    Oct07

    Russia deploys Bastion-P coastal defense missile system near border with the Baltics

    published by: defence-blog.com. On: Friday, 12 August 2016 The new Bastion-P mobile coastal defense missile systems were spotted during transport near the borders with the Baltic countries in northern Europe, that reported on ‘vk.com/milinfolive page.’ The missile systems were spotted on the road to St. Petersburg in Novgorod region. The...

    Dealing With a Simmering Ukraine-Russia Conflict
    Oct06

    Dealing With a Simmering Ukraine-Russia Conflict

    Brookings Institution. United States. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Lavrov to French FM: Our Countries Must Discuss Syria, Ukraine
    Oct06

    Lavrov to French FM: Our Countries Must Discuss Syria, Ukraine

    Russia. REMARKS. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Think the U.S. and Europe Have a Lock on the 21st-Century Defense Market? Think Again.
    Oct06

    Think the U.S. and Europe Have a Lock on the 21st-Century Defense Market? Think Again.

    gepubliceerd door: August Cole Op: zondag, 18 september 2016. “Why nations like Israel, South Korea, Brazil, Russia and China are catching up—and could have a chilling effect on American alliances and defense partnerships globally”. There is a paradigm shift underway in the international defense marketplace, and it’s led by nations evolving...

    Understanding Why Colombians Voted Against Peace
    Oct06

    Understanding Why Colombians Voted Against Peace

    (Photo: AlCortés / Flickr) The Iran deal would have been dead in the water if it required two-thirds or even majority support in the Senate since every Republican — and a couple Democrats —opposed the initiative. It’s hard to know what a referendum would have produced. A majority of Americans wanted the Republican-controlled Congress to...

    Can we protect corporations from cybercrime?
    Oct06

    Can we protect corporations from cybercrime?

    Stuart Madnick, John Norris Maguire professor of information technology at the MIT School of Engineering, spoke at Securing Our Future: Cambridge Cyber Summit. The cyber threat is real. If you have control of valuable assets, including trillions of dollars of transactions, as the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Transactions (SWIFT)...

    Dealing with a simmering Ukraine-Russia conflict
    Oct06

    Dealing with a simmering Ukraine-Russia conflict

    Executive Summary A major foreign policy challenge that will confront the new U.S. administration from day one is Ukraine and its conflict with Russia. The February 2015 Minsk II settlement that was to end the fighting in Ukraine’s eastern Donbas region has yet to be implemented. There is little sign that Moscow wants a settlement,...

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