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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Visa-free regime for Ukraine: Mikhail Pashkov assessed Poroshenko’s optimism
    Oct26

    Visa-free regime for Ukraine: Mikhail Pashkov assessed Poroshenko’s optimism

    The optimism of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko in relation to granting Ukraine visa-free regime with the European Union has its grounds. But the length of this process is difficult to determine due to a number of factors beyond the scope of Ukraine. The issue of a visa-free regime should not come to the forefront in the European...

    US and Russia: A Pacific Reconciliation?
    Oct26

    US and Russia: A Pacific Reconciliation?

    Russia’s Far East is just as susceptible to Chinese power as the countries of the Indo-Pacific and if the country wants to shore up control over this region, repairing relations with the US will be essential. It is also in America’s interest to have Russia as an independent power in Asia rather than being China’s satellite....

    The Doctor Is In: Ukraine’s New Health Minister Already Shaking Up Sclerotic System
    Oct25

    The Doctor Is In: Ukraine’s New Health Minister Already Shaking Up Sclerotic System

    Health care in Ukraine has not worked in the past—not for hospitals, clinics, doctors or nurses, and most important, not for the Ukrainian people, regardless of where they live or work, unless they are fortunate enough to pay under the table to receive the most basic care.Entrenched, bureaucratic, and corrupt interests, wielding a combination of...

    The European Neighbourhood Policy
    Oct25

    The European Neighbourhood Policy

    Written by Philippe Perchoc, Since 2004, the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) has provided a framework for relations between the EU and its 16 geographically closest eastern and southern neighbours, affording enhanced cooperation and access to the EU market under bilateral action plans, which are intended to lead eventually to association...

    Kleptocracy Daily: October 25, 2016
    Oct25

    Kleptocracy Daily: October 25, 2016

    New from KI In The Illusion of Russia’s Great Power Ideology, Peter Podkopaev argues that the Kremlin remains addicted to kleptocracy. Ben Judah explains how global corruption became a national security threat in The Kleptocracy Curse: Rethinking Containment. News Ahead of a series of major political meetings in China, Xi Jinping looks to...

    What Can the West Do to Get Putin’s Attention? by Christopher A. Hartwell and Andreas Umland
    Oct25

    What Can the West Do to Get Putin’s Attention? by Christopher A. Hartwell and Andreas Umland

    Language English “What should be done about an increasingly aggressive Russia? The past few weeks have brought more evidence of Moscow’s moves away from international norms and law. From continued denials of complicity in the MH17 tragedy and the bombing of a humanitarian convoy in Syria, to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s...

    October 25th, 2016
    Oct25

    October 25th, 2016

    CHINA Xi Jinping’s Lessons from the Soviet CollapseTHE INDIAN EXPRESS As Communist leader Xi Jinping firms up his hold over China’s ruling Communist Party with his anti-graft campaign, his backers say Xi’s drive netting of over a million corrupt officials is necessary to prevent the party meeting a similar fate as the Soviet...

    Belarus to Host Second Edition of European Games
    Oct25

    Belarus to Host Second Edition of European Games

    Denmark cries foul as Baku, the games’ first host, passes the torch to Minsk, the only candidate for the 2019 competition. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    NGOs: Reject Russia’s Bid to Join UN Human Rights Body
    Oct25

    NGOs: Reject Russia’s Bid to Join UN Human Rights Body

    Russia’s role in Syria should disqualify it from representing Eastern Europe at the world’s foremost human rights body, global NGOs say. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Counter-terrorist sanctions regimes: Legal framework and challenges at UN and EU levels
    Oct25

    Counter-terrorist sanctions regimes: Legal framework and challenges at UN and EU levels

    Written by Carmen-Cristina Cîrlig, © Argus / Fotolia Targeted sanctions against individuals and entities suspected of supporting terrorism are an important part of the United Nations Security Council’s counter-terrorism programme. Under the main counter-terrorist sanctions regimes created under Chapter VII of the United Nations (UN)...

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