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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Thanks to Russia, Ukrainians Swell Ranks of Kyiv Patriarchate
    Jun22

    Thanks to Russia, Ukrainians Swell Ranks of Kyiv Patriarchate

    Russia’s continued meddling in Ukraine is driving Ukrainian citizens out of the Russian Orthodox Church. Instead, they are swelling the ranks of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church-Kyiv Patriarchate.Traditionally, Ukraine has been home to the vast majority of Russian Orthodox Church members. In 1990, of the almost twelve thousand Orthodox...

    Now’s the Time to Block Nord Stream 2 and Step Up Ukraine’s Energy Diplomacy
    Jun22

    Now’s the Time to Block Nord Stream 2 and Step Up Ukraine’s Energy Diplomacy

    Ukraine—a county that rejected aggression and militarization when it broke away from the Soviet Union—is fighting three wars today: the front in the east against an expansionist power, the battle within to defeat cronyism and corruption, and an economic war to reorient trade flows and modernize its economy. The world’s attention, as well as...

    Does the Brexit Vote Mark the End of Internationalism?
    Jun22

    Does the Brexit Vote Mark the End of Internationalism?

    (Photo: Flickr / Photo: portal gda) This week might represent the beginning of the end for international cooperation. All the treaties, alliances, and unions that have incrementally strengthened the ties between nations over the last several centuries have suddenly been revealed as a house of cards, which a wayward puff of air known as Brexit...

    EU Renews Sanctions on Crimea but Overlooks Plight of Crimean Tatars
    Jun22

    EU Renews Sanctions on Crimea but Overlooks Plight of Crimean Tatars

    In April 2016, Crimea’s de facto authorities banned the Crimean Tatar Mejlis—the organ of political representation for Crimean Tatars on the peninsula—under the pretext of “extremism.” Increasingly, Crimean Tatars seem to be framed as “extremist” just for being themselves.A historically nonviolent community, Crimean Tatars were the most...

    Bracing for Brexit
    Jun22

    Bracing for Brexit

    The specter of the UK’s departure – and a possible jolt to their economies and remittance payments – is haunting Central and Eastern Europeans. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    New Google Earth Satellite Update Confirms Presence of Buk in Eastern Ukraine
    Jun22

    New Google Earth Satellite Update Confirms Presence of Buk in Eastern Ukraine

    Today, Google Earth updated its historical satellite imagery to include Donetsk and Makiivka at 11:08am (local time) on July 17, 2014, the day of the downing of Flight MH17. Bellingcat has previously purchased portions of this image, with the Digital Globe catalog ID of 105041001104D000, to show that the Russian Ministry of Defense had doctored...

    EU Set to Extend Sanctions Against Russia
    Jun22

    EU Set to Extend Sanctions Against Russia

    Talk of easing the measures in some European capitals still not enough to force a rollback. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Putin Praises Duma for Work to Integrate Crimea
    Jun22

    Putin Praises Duma for Work to Integrate Crimea

    June 22, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Polish Court Finds Former General Guilty in Smolensk Crash
    Jun22

    Polish Court Finds Former General Guilty in Smolensk Crash

    State prosecution plans to exhume remains and reopen the investigation. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Polls still neck and neck as campaigns make final pitches to the electorate
    Jun22

    Polls still neck and neck as campaigns make final pitches to the electorate

    Polls still neck and neck as campaigns make final pitches to the electorateThe BBC last night hosted an EU referendum debate at Wembley Arena. A YouGov poll following the debate found that 39% believed Leave won, with 34% saying Remain won. When asked how they would vote, 41% said Remain and 40% Leave. Ruth Davidson MSP, arguing for the Remain...

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