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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Weekend catch-up: Team Guterres, the Timor Sea dispute, Boris’s protest, and more
    Oct15

    Weekend catch-up: Team Guterres, the Timor Sea dispute, Boris’s protest, and more

    This week former Portuguese PM Antonio Guterres was appointed UN secretary-general for a five-year term starting in January. In the first of a two-part series, Sarah Frankel examined the immediate challenges facing Guterres come 2017: It’s now Guterres’ turn to tackle what many have called ‘the most impossible job in the...

    PUTIN: AS PLYWOOD OVER PARIS.
    Oct14

    PUTIN: AS PLYWOOD OVER PARIS.

    … Things are really bad for Putin. It looks like a trap, which for so long warned, as successor of Bolsheviks, politicians and officials, and experts are still starting to swing shut. Avraham Shmulevich October 15th The siege began Putin – the cancellation of the visit to Paris turned into a “public flogging.” There is an old Soviet anecdote from...

    View from London: Pragmatic continuity
    Oct14

    View from London: Pragmatic continuity

    Russian actions in Ukraine and Syria will frustrate any attempts at a shift in UK policy on Russia. …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

    West is Gunning for Russian Media Ban
    Oct14

    West is Gunning for Russian Media Ban

    It would be monumental, but Western states seem to be moving, ineluctably, towards banning Russian news media channels from satellite platforms and the internet. That outcome – albeit with enormous ethical and political implications – seems to be a logical conclusion of the increasingly frenzied transatlantic campaign to demonize Russia....

    The New Deterrent? International Sanctions Against Russia Over the Ukraine Crisis: Impacts, Costs and Further Action
    Oct14

    The New Deterrent? International Sanctions Against Russia Over the Ukraine Crisis: Impacts, Costs and Further Action

    Publication date: 14th October 2016 …read more Source: NATO...

    Kleptocracy Daily: October 14, 2016
    Oct14

    Kleptocracy Daily: October 14, 2016

    Hannah Thoburn, Brian Whitmore, and Angela Stent discussed “Consolidation and Control: Power Shifts in Putin’s Kremlin” at Hudson Institute this morning. Watch the event here. News The U.S. is now investigating the theft of $1 billion from the Moldovan banking system. (WSJ) The UK’s Criminal Finance Bill will introduce “unexplained...

    Germany, Ukraine Agree More Talks Needed Before Four-Way Summit
    Oct14

    Germany, Ukraine Agree More Talks Needed Before Four-Way Summit

    October 14, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    October 14th, 2016
    Oct14

    October 14th, 2016

    BELARUS Anti-Russia Blogger Stands Trial in Belarus Andrei Makhovsky, REUTERS A Belarussian court started on Friday a closed trial of a blogger known for his fierce criticism of Russia. He has been accused of inciting hatred and distributing pornography in a case activists say is politically motivated. Human rights campaigners say he is being...

    How Real is American Disenchantment with NATO?
    Oct14

    How Real is American Disenchantment with NATO?

    Transatlantic TakeWASHINGTON – An embittered U.S. elections cycle full of attention-grabbing headlines has cast a large shadow across the Atlantic. As the campaign rhetoric heats up, U.S. allies are collectively holding their breath, waiting to see what the future of U.S. global engagement and its commitment to existing alliance structures...

    EU – A Way Forward
    Oct14

    EU – A Way Forward

    The current political and societal developments within the European Union, the armed conflicts around Europe, and the various threats to European security compose a troublesome and confusing geopolitical context, marked by many unknowns and moving pieces. The numerous internal and external rifts are so profound, that not only is Europe’s...

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