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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Don’t ignore the left! Connections between Europe’s radical left and Russia.
    Jun21

    Don’t ignore the left! Connections between Europe’s radical left and Russia.

    By PÉTER KREKÓ and LÓRÁNT GYŐRI 13 June 2016 “In order to address the far left’s relationship with the Kremlin, investigative journalists, policy leaders, and intelligence services must acknowledge that these old “comrade networks”, established during Soviet times by the KGB, are still alive. Furthermore, left-wing parties such as Syriza...

    A Brexit would hurt Canada, too
    Jun21

    A Brexit would hurt Canada, too

    Pull Quote: “…the message for Canada is clear. We should move swiftly to improve our access in more promising Asian markets” Like any collision on a busy highway resulting from a fast-moving car veering without warning into the exit lane, Britain’s departure from the European Union will trigger a …read more Source:...

    What rising protests in South Africa say about attitudes towards local government
    Jun21

    What rising protests in South Africa say about attitudes towards local government

    Residents of Zandspruit, a shanty town north-west of Johannesburg, during a violent protest against the removal of illegal electricity connections. EPAKevin SutherlandThe euphoria of South Africa’s 2016 municipal elections is at its peak, with political parties parading their manifestos, all in competition for a stake in the local sphere of...

    Britain and Europe: a long history of conflict and cooperation
    Jun21

    Britain and Europe: a long history of conflict and cooperation

    William Sadler II’s Battle of Waterloo. Britain’s referendum on the EU marks another step in the country’s long and troubled history with its European neighbours. Divorce or not, Europe will continue to have a huge influence over British politics and society – history has a few lessons for us here. Europe made the UK. The...

    Brexit would be good for the UK and good for Europe
    Jun21

    Brexit would be good for the UK and good for Europe

    By Brett Hogan, Senior Fellow, and John Roskam, Executive Director, Institute of Public Affairs. This week’s referendum on whether the UK remains with, or leaves, the EU is primarily about democracy and the right of a sovereign people to live under their own laws. A vote to leave would be a positive outcome for the UK, but would also send...

    France wants EU summit to discuss Russia sanctions
    Jun21

    France wants EU summit to discuss Russia sanctions

    France on Monday (20 June) called for EU leaders to have a full discussion on the future of economic sanctions imposed on Russia over Ukraine, even though they are expected to be rolled over shortly. …read more Source:...

    The Painful Journeys of Ukraine’s IDPs
    Jun21

    The Painful Journeys of Ukraine’s IDPs

    Two years ago this past April, the words “internal displacement” first appeared in the Ukrainian media. The term was brought by UN agencies that, along with local nongovernmental organizations, worked on a legal framework to regulate the phenomenon, which was completely new to Ukraine. Before then, journalists, volunteers, and even government...

    Germany’s Socialists, Russia’s Fascism, and Ukrainian Deaths
    Jun21

    Germany’s Socialists, Russia’s Fascism, and Ukrainian Deaths

    On June 15, Ukraine’s Minister of Defense Stepan Poltorak informed NATO that Ukraine had suffered 623 battle deaths in its war with Russia in 2016.This astoundingly large figure—which amounts to three to four deaths per day—demonstrates conclusively that Russia and its proxies have no intention whatsoever of adhering to the Minsk...

    Ukraine’s Grassroots Transformation of Education
    Jun21

    Ukraine’s Grassroots Transformation of Education

    The Center for Innovative Education, better known as or Pro.Svit, works to provide Ukraine’s teachers with tools for professional and personal growth …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    How can Ukraine turn away friends fleeing persecution in Russia?
    Jun21

    How can Ukraine turn away friends fleeing persecution in Russia?

    While Ukraine’s leaders actively protest against Russia’s political trials of Ukrainians, politically motivated charges against Russian nationals are cited as reasons for rejecting asylum requests …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

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