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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    A ‘Pacifist’ Japan Starts to Pack a Punch
    Aug26

    A ‘Pacifist’ Japan Starts to Pack a Punch

    To meet the threats from China and North Korea, Japan is cooperating with its allies in the region, particularly by selling, lending or gifting them naval and maritime assets. But Tokyo is also building up its own fleet, despite its pacifist constitution, and this has put Japan’s shipbuilders into the spotlight.Download the article (PDF)As...

    Horrifically tortured and murdered, or imprisoned in Crimea and Donbas for the Ukrainian Flag
    Aug26

    Horrifically tortured and murdered, or imprisoned in Crimea and Donbas for the Ukrainian Flag

    Ukraine marked National Flag Day on August 23, remembering Volodymyr Rybak who was tortured and murdered for his defence of the Flag, and with at least three Ukrainians imprisoned in Russian-occupied Crimea or by the Russian-backed militants in Donbas for the same reason …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Mask show at the Odesa SIZO
    Aug26

    Mask show at the Odesa SIZO

    This unlawful practice is still used and remains unpunished, despite the declared penitentiary reform. Now this beating in the Odesa SIZO has already been muffled in the long familiar fashion …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    FTAC: Middle East Conflict – Moscow’s Project – Abbas’s End
    Aug26

    FTAC: Middle East Conflict – Moscow’s Project – Abbas’s End

    Abba — Arafat’s known and others may be suspect — bend to Moscow (the KGB record never goes away), and as Moscow has nowhere to go that wouldn’t be trapped in a century-and-one-half old imperial time bubble, neither has Abbas, who has not been able to do more for the Palestinians than enrich his own network through corruption....

    Relations with Russia in the mirror of Germany’s election campaign
    Aug26

    Relations with Russia in the mirror of Germany’s election campaign

    Russia / Europe Germany’s election campaign has reached fever pitch; 62 million citizens are set to elect members of the new Bundestag in late September. Foreign policy has traditionally been an uncomfortable topic for candidates and spin doctors: Germans show great interest in global events, which makes it difficult to avoid commenting on...

    Putin’s Counterrevolution
    Aug26

    Putin’s Counterrevolution

    By Sergey AleksashenkoHow Putin’s autocracy undercut Russia’s economy and chances for democracy During his nearly twenty years at the center of Russian political power, Vladimir Putin has transformed the vast country in many ways, not all of them for the better. The near-chaos of the early post-Soviet years has been replaced by an...

    Turkey: In the Eye of the Storm
    Aug26

    Turkey: In the Eye of the Storm

    By Jacob L. Shapiro This time last year, Turkey was in the throes of a crisis. A faction of the military had tried to – and nearly did – overthrow the government. The putsch failed, and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan took the opportunity to purge the system of current and potential opponents to his rule. The purges haven’t stopped, and...

    Assessing the EU’s conflict prevention and peacebuilding interventions in Ukraine
    Aug26

    Assessing the EU’s conflict prevention and peacebuilding interventions in Ukraine

    By Leonid Litra, Ivan Medynskyi, Kateryna Zarembo …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Ukraine to Restart Privatisation to Realise Profits
    Aug26

    Ukraine to Restart Privatisation to Realise Profits

    Ukrainian Prime Minister, Volodymyr Groysman, vows to restart privatisation, which is a strict condition of the next bailout tranches granted by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), for the autumn of 2017. That is why the government has pledged to sell the Odessa Portside Chemical Plant as well as the shares in eight regional electricity...

    Trump’s New Strategy for Afghanistan Is Neither New, nor a Strategy, nor Trump’s
    Aug26

    Trump’s New Strategy for Afghanistan Is Neither New, nor a Strategy, nor Trump’s

    For some time it has been clear that the White House of President Donald Trump was convulsed with a struggle among various court factions vying for the Emperor’s ear. Crudely oversimplified, these are variously described as:1. The military “Junta” (Generals McMaster, National Security Council; Mattis, Pentagon; and Kelly, White...

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