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    The West Was Wrong about Ukraine’s New Government
    Jun20

    The West Was Wrong about Ukraine’s New Government

    It is too early to draw firm conclusions, but Prime Minister Volodymyr Groisman’s and Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko’s early moves indicate that Ukraine is still on the reform path.There was understandable pessimism when Groisman assumed office in April with a new government that did not include the previous cabinet’s...

    Nord Stream 2: Commercial Project or Geopolitical Threat?
    Jun20

    Nord Stream 2: Commercial Project or Geopolitical Threat?

    In each installment of “CGI Asks,” a selection of experts respond to a question about developments related to Russia and the region. This week, as Russian and German leaders were set to discuss the construction of the controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline from Russia to Germany, we asked whether the project was mainly a commercial enterprise, or a...

    Marshall Memorial Fellowship: The Last Frontier and Navy (In)Security
    Jun20

    Marshall Memorial Fellowship: The Last Frontier and Navy (In)Security

    Surveying Alaska’s picturesque landscape, observing its fantastic wildlife, with only three available roads connecting cities and most of the destinations accessible only by small airplanes – the last thing you want to think of there are military challenges. But is the Last Frontier really secure? Being from the littoral region of a country...

    Ukrainian Gas Fraud Lands 10 in Jail
    Jun20

    Ukrainian Gas Fraud Lands 10 in Jail

    $120 million allegedly stolen by gas company officials and a member of parliament. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Whatever Happened to Pussy Riot?
    Jun20

    Whatever Happened to Pussy Riot?

    Iconoclasts to some, icons to others – we look at what they’re up to today. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Transport and Mobility: A New Agenda for the Eastern Partnership
    Jun20

    Transport and Mobility: A New Agenda for the Eastern Partnership

    The Eastern Partnership has exploited its potential, so a new offer for upgrades in transport and mobility is required for Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine. In their relations with the EU, those policy areas are characterized by a lack of uniform standards and slow advancement of cooperation on projects. To improve this situation, the EU might...

    Germany, Austria favour gradual phasing out of Russia sanctions
    Jun20

    Germany, Austria favour gradual phasing out of Russia sanctions

    A growing number of German and Austrian ministers believe that EU sanctions on Russia should be gradually phased out as the peace process progresses, abandoning previous positions that sanctions could be lifted only if the Minsk peace plan is fully implemented. …read more Source:...

    Choosing Sides in Serbia: Neutral or NATO?
    Jun20

    Choosing Sides in Serbia: Neutral or NATO?

    Russia’s media are currently in a lather about their nation’s old friend Serbia becoming too chummy with the old adversary NATO. The mystery is: why? For all sorts of reasons, both domestic and diplomatic, Serbia is showing absolutely no hint of wanting to join NATO. It does want to join the European Union. Oddly, in a purely UK...

    Grave concerns for tortured Ukrainian hostage as Russia concocts new charges

    The 10 months in which Ukrainian Stanislav Klykh was illegally held and tortured by Russian investigators, with no access to lawyers or to his family, have left deep psychological, as well as physical scars on the 42-year-old historian. It is his clearly disturbed state which makes the new ‘investigation’ against him particularly cynical....

    NATO Threatens Russia With Stern Letter-Writing Campaign to Save Ukraine
    Jun20

    NATO Threatens Russia With Stern Letter-Writing Campaign to Save Ukraine

    Vladimir Putin is doubtless unable to sleep at night: NATO has promised even-greater levels of engagement with Kyiv, as well as some cooperation and communication at the highest levels. Late last week, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg demanded that Russia remove its men and equipment from Eastern Ukraine, a demand that was slightly late...

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