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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    BRICS struggles to fashion coherent action due to inconsistent agendas
    Oct14

    BRICS struggles to fashion coherent action due to inconsistent agendas

    Challenging times for some BRICS countries ReutersA Brazilian leader’s faux pas spoke volumes about the state of the BRICS alliance, ahead of the 8th BRICS summit in India. The Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa formation is slowly being written off as a bloc that can administer coherent political action. There were always questions...

    Russia and security in Europe [What Think Tanks are Thinking]
    Oct14

    Russia and security in Europe [What Think Tanks are Thinking]

    Written by Marcin Grajewski, Russia’s assertive foreign policy, its annexation of Crimea and conflict with Ukraine have challenged the post-Cold War security order in Europe, highlighting the need for NATO and the European Union to bolster defence strategies, according to many analysts and politicians. The EU, along with the United States,...

    PACE & Kremlin-backed militants acknowledge direct Russian control in Donbas
    Oct14

    PACE & Kremlin-backed militants acknowledge direct Russian control in Donbas

    It seems denial is now passé, with everybody – Russia, the militants themselves, and Europe – fairly openly acknowledging the direct control that Russia wields over the militants in Donbas, and their so-called ‘Donetsk and Luhansk people’s republics’ …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Another Crimean Tatar faces 5-year sentence for opposing Russian occupation of Crimea
    Oct14

    Another Crimean Tatar faces 5-year sentence for opposing Russian occupation of Crimea

    Russia is literally accusing Suleyman Kadyrov, as it has Ilmi Umerov and journalist Mykola Semena, of ‘separatism’ for opposing Russian occupation of their homeland, with the article of the criminal code – 280.1 carrying a possible 5-year term of imprisonment …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Putin admits to Russian military involvement in Donbas
    Oct14

    Putin admits to Russian military involvement in Donbas

    It is possibly no coincidence that the admission follows what seems like a major campaign to convince the West that we’re on the brink of world war and an extremely obvious attempt via Vladimir Zhirinovsky to link peace with a victory in the US elections by Donald Trump …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    New wave of Crimean Tatar arrests in Russian-occupied Crimea
    Oct14

    New wave of Crimean Tatar arrests in Russian-occupied Crimea

    Five more Crimean Tatars are in custody in Russian-occupied Crimea accused of involvement in an organization which is legal in Ukraine. The five men are all devout Muslims and some at least have this year or last taken part in the Hajj, or pilgrimage to Mecca. Under Russian occupation, no more appears to be needed to face imprisonment on...

    Russia’s FSB remove posters asking about abducted Crimean Tatar activist Ervin Ibragimov
    Oct14

    Russia’s FSB remove posters asking about abducted Crimean Tatar activist Ervin Ibragimov

    “Those who give the command to abduct people should look their own mother in the eye and ask her what it means to lose a child”. Lilia Budzhurova’s words will doubtless not be heard by those in Moscow who bear responsibility for the lawlessness unleashed since Russia’s invasion and annexation of Crimea …read more Source: Kharkiv...

    France urges elections in Eastern Ukraine
    Oct14

    France urges elections in Eastern Ukraine

    French President François Hollande called on all parties in the Ukraine conflict to draw up a roadmap to end the crisis, after talks with his Ukrainian counterpart yesterday (13 October) in which he urged early elections to be held in rebel-held Eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Understanding Boris Johnson’s call to protest Russia
    Oct14

    Understanding Boris Johnson’s call to protest Russia

    On Tuesday, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson made an unusual suggestion during his debut appearance at the House of Commons as a representative of the government. ‘I would certainly like to see demonstrations outside the Russian embassy’, he said, in agreement with a Labour Party MP who had raised the idea in a debate on...

    Time to put the foot down on Putin
    Oct14

    Time to put the foot down on Putin

    Matthew Dal Santo’s analysis of diplomatic tensions between the US and Russia over Syria makes the argument that diplomatic talks must resume, but he really hits the mark when he says that ‘a diplomatic solution was from the start a mirage at best and a trick at worst’. Russia cannot be dealt with in the same way liberal...

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