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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    How to Get Started Investigating the Russian-language Internet
    Aug30

    How to Get Started Investigating the Russian-language Internet

    Bellingcat’s Aric Toler explains how investigating sources, images and stories originating in Russia and Eastern Europe can be challenging if you don’t know the tools required. From FirstDraftNews.com. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukraine Introduces State Financing for Political Parties: A Promising Reform or Cosmetic Change?
    Aug30

    Ukraine Introduces State Financing for Political Parties: A Promising Reform or Cosmetic Change?

    A man prepares to vote in elections in Kyiv in 2015. Photo by Sandro Weltin for the Council of Europe. CC BY-ND 2.0. Since the victory of the so-called “Revolution of Dignity” in 2014, Ukraine has been going through an exceptionally complicated transition process. The post-Soviet country has been trying to execute parallel fundamental reforms in...

    Viral Ukraine War Photo at Center of Controversy
    Aug30

    Viral Ukraine War Photo at Center of Controversy

    A group of photographers says one of the most dramatic images of the war in eastern Ukraine is a fake. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Roma Families Flee Ukrainian Village Ahead of Angry Mob
    Aug30

    Roma Families Flee Ukrainian Village Ahead of Angry Mob

    Villagers demand eviction of all Roma after a man was detained for the murder of a young girl. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Remembering the Victims of Putin’s Ilovaisk Treachery
    Aug30

    Remembering the Victims of Putin’s Ilovaisk Treachery

    On August 29, Ukrainians honoured the memory of all those soldiers killed exactly two years ago in the Ilovaisk Battle in which Russian President Vladimir Putin played a major – and treacherous – role. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    HRW and Amnesty International distorted their own picture on abuses in Ukraine
    Aug30

    HRW and Amnesty International distorted their own picture on abuses in Ukraine

    Ukraine’s SBU [Security Service] heeded well-deserved criticism from Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International and released 13 people it had been holding in a secret prison. As a result, both the SBU and Ukraine in general received a second hammering from the same NGOs. Perhaps it was still deserved, but it made for an extremely...

    Update from Ukraine
    Aug29

    Update from Ukraine

    Dr. Petro discusses the violence in Crimea, and Ukraine’s economic and political stalemate. For long-term stability, Ukraine has to reconcile with Russia, he says. “There’s simply no way that Ukraine can prosper with a perpetual enemy on its borders. Especially one that has always played such an enormous role in its political,...

    Under Russia’s New Extremism Laws, Liking My Writings On Ukraine Could Mean Jail Terms
    Aug29

    Under Russia’s New Extremism Laws, Liking My Writings On Ukraine Could Mean Jail Terms

    Image credit: Sean Gallup, Getty Images NewsAnalysis and Commentaryvia ForbesOn July 7, 2016, Vladimir Putin signed into law the so-called Yarovaya Amendment to Russia’s anti-extremism laws. The amendment assigns sweeping new powers to security forces, beefs up controls of social media and telephone calls, and broadens the definition of...

    Europe after Brexit: A proposal for a continental partnership
    Aug29

    Europe after Brexit: A proposal for a continental partnership

    This paper is the outcome of a dialogue among the five authors during the summer. It is published simultaneously in several European capitals under the sole responsibility of the authors, who write in their personal capacities. Abstract After the British decision to leave the EU, Europe’s trajectory, even its destiny, has again become a...

    Keep EU sanctions on Russia says Lithuania’s foreign minister
    Aug29

    Keep EU sanctions on Russia says Lithuania’s foreign minister

    EU sanctions on Russia over the conflict in Ukraine should stay in place as long the situation on the ground does not improve, Lithuania’s foreign minister said on Monday (29 August), dismissing calls from EU’s rotating president Slovakia for them to be lifted. …read more Source:...

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