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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    The Luxury of Oligarchy in the Swamp of Poverty
    Aug17

    The Luxury of Oligarchy in the Swamp of Poverty

    A video report explores the plague of oligarchy in Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine. From Ziarul de Garda. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    A Tale of Two Terrors: The British Extreme Right Organises While Islamists Scatter
    Aug17

    A Tale of Two Terrors: The British Extreme Right Organises While Islamists Scatter

    Once again, the dividing lines that distinguish between variations of violent extremism in the UK have morphed, but addressing the similarities and differences between the extreme right and violent Islamists should help to ensure that the UK’s counter-terror strategy as synchronised as possible with the current threat picture.Download the...

    Brexit and British–Irish Relations
    Aug17

    Brexit and British–Irish Relations

    The Brexit negotiations have strained the UK’s relationship with Ireland.This article examines the impact of Brexit on British–Irish relations to date. Etain Tannam shows how the intergovernmental relationship has flourished, but highlights the challenges posed by Brexit. She argues that strong British–Irish intergovernmental relations are...

    Rebuilding Ukraine: An Assessment of EU Assistance
    Aug17

    Rebuilding Ukraine: An Assessment of EU Assistance

    16 August 2018 The challenge of transforming Ukrainian institutions requires a smarter, more flexible and more differentiated approach to using EU assistance for individual projects. Download PDF …read more Source: Chatham...

    What should the EU do about the Turkish currency crisis?
    Aug17

    What should the EU do about the Turkish currency crisis?

    What is the problem? The Turkish lira has lost more than 30% of its value against the US dollar since the beginning of this year. After the political escalation of tensions between the US and Turkey and the increase in tariffs on some Turkish imports last week, the lira was temporarily in free fall. The situation seems to have stabilised now, but...

    As Budget Polemic Drives Headlines, Do Not Lose Track of NATO’s Approach to AI
    Aug17

    As Budget Polemic Drives Headlines, Do Not Lose Track of NATO’s Approach to AI

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming a decisive force in the international security environment, with the potential to transform everything from information operations to intelligence analysis to mission planning. Whether NATO takes a unified approach to AI or not is a crucial question for the Alliance to consider.Download the article...

    After Trump–Putin Summit, Europe Should Breathe a Sigh of Relief
    Aug17

    After Trump–Putin Summit, Europe Should Breathe a Sigh of Relief

    17 July 2018 Keir Giles …read more Source: Chatham...

    X Annual Conference of the American Bar Association “The Resolution of CIS-Related Business Disputes”
    Aug17

    X Annual Conference of the American Bar Association “The Resolution of CIS-Related Business Disputes”

    См. текст по-руски ниже. Russian Arbitration Association invites you to the X Annual Conference of ABA “The Resolution of CIS-Related Business Disputes“ Date: 27 September 2018 Venue: Moscow, Radisson Royal hotel (hotel Ukraine), Kutuzovsky prospect, 2/1S1 Language: Russian and English (with simultaneous translation). The conference will be a key...

    VI Global Ukrainians Forum: Ukraine and its hi-tech integrate into the modern world
    Aug17

    VI Global Ukrainians Forum: Ukraine and its hi-tech integrate into the modern world

    Innovations, hi-tech and Ukraine’s integration into modern global processes were among the main topics at the Sixth Global Ukrainians Forum, which took place on July 6 – exactly 3 years since the first Global Ukrainians Forum. Founder of the Forum Violeta Moskalu emphasized the key goals and achievements of the Global Ukrainians network....

    EU ‘Strategic Autonomy’ and the Ambition of PESCO
    Aug17

    EU ‘Strategic Autonomy’ and the Ambition of PESCO

    The EU is trying to transition from its perceived status as a ‘soft power’ actor in defence, focussing on civilian crisis management and regulation of the European defence market, to a mix of soft and hard power to enable its ‘strategic autonomy’. However, the inability of the EU to clearly define its criteria for strategic autonomy...

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