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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    The New White Paper 2016 – Promoting Greater Understanding of Security Policy?
    Nov07

    The New White Paper 2016 – Promoting Greater Understanding of Security Policy?

    Security policy White Papers perform several functions. They serve to inform the German Bundestag and the German public, outline the Federal Government’s security policy priorities with other countries, especially Germany’s most important partners, and assist communication within the Bundeswehr. The White Paper 2016 is the first of...

    Quitting as Odessa Governor, Saakashvili Hits Out at Ukraine Leadership
    Nov07

    Quitting as Odessa Governor, Saakashvili Hits Out at Ukraine Leadership

    November 7, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    November 7th, 2016
    Nov07

    November 7th, 2016

    CHINA China Launches $11 Billion Fund for Central, Eastern EuropeREUTERS China has set up a 10 billion euro ($11.15 billion) investment fund to finance projects in Central and Eastern Europe, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China said in a statement issued on Sunday. The China-Central Eastern Europe fund will be run by Sino-CEE Financial...

    The IWP coordinated the “Index of European integration of Eastern Partnership countries”
    Nov07

    The IWP coordinated the “Index of European integration of Eastern Partnership countries”

    The Institute of World Policy coordinated the project “Index of European integration of Eastern Partnership countries” from Ukraine. In Kyiv on November 1st a meeting of experts intending to take part in preparing research took place. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    May pledges to carry out Brexit referendum instruction “in full”
    Nov07

    May pledges to carry out Brexit referendum instruction “in full”

    May pledges to carry out Brexit referendum instruction “in full”Writing in the Sunday Telegraph, Prime Minister Theresa May signalled she would resist any attempt to force her to change her approach to leaving the EU. “The people made their choice, and did so decisively. It is the responsibility of the government to get on with the job and to...

    Medvedev’s  condemnation.
    Nov07

    Medvedev’s condemnation.

    Or how to say goodbye the Russian government to its military “heroes” “Burned down the hut, and burn the fence.” Anti-colorados, blogger We have already written once that the objective prerequisites for Russian troops pulled out of Syria and Ukraine, whiter than enough. Strictly speaking, sane, albeit adventurous head of the federation, would...

    Washington’s Meddling in Foreign Elections
    Nov05

    Washington’s Meddling in Foreign Elections

    As US officials continue to accuse Russia of meddling with the US presidential election, an accusation that they have provided no evidence whatsoever to support, let’s review some of the US government’s history of meddling with elections in others countries.1. In 1951, the democratically elected parliament of Iran elected a man named...

    Dutch referendum could derail CETA ratification
    Nov05

    Dutch referendum could derail CETA ratification

    November 5, 2016 – 7:34am The States General is the bicameral legislature of the Netherlands, consisting of the Senate and the House of Representatives. It meets at the Binnenhof complex in downtown The Hague. A referendum in the Netherlands has the potential to derail the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement...

    November 4th, 2016
    Nov04

    November 4th, 2016

    ALBANIA Albanian Church to Celebrate Martyrs’ Legacy November 5CRUX During 40 years of communist rule in Albania–which, in 1967, declared itself the first completely atheist country in the world–praying, making the sign of the cross, wearing a crucifix around one’s neck, or any other evidence of being a believer in God were treated as...

    How Do You Solve a Problem Like Putin?
    Nov04

    How Do You Solve a Problem Like Putin?

    Russia’s cyberattacks and its aggression in Syria and Ukraine have created a climate of concern leading up to the US presidential election, but, rather than give in to hysteria, the next administration must consider policy approaches that manage the relationship with Russia and are focused on common interests, a professor of political...

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