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    Insightful Arbitration Days Took Place in Kiev
    Nov09

    Insightful Arbitration Days Took Place in Kiev

    Kiev Arbitration Days have traditionally been a rendezvous for envisioning future of arbitration, based on today’s developments. KAD 2016, organized by the Ukrainian Bar Association, were no different, bringing together renowned dispute resolution practitioners and prominent arbitration experts to discuss issues and perspectives of...

    Strange Silence of Neo-Con Trolls as Mikheil Saakashvili Stabs His Patron Poroshenko in the Back
    Nov08

    Strange Silence of Neo-Con Trolls as Mikheil Saakashvili Stabs His Patron Poroshenko in the Back

    The sudden resignation of Mikheil Saakashvili as Governor of Odessa and his accompanying tirade of accusations of corruption and treason against the Ukrainian President, Petro Poroshenko and his coterie in Kiev came as a bombshell for the Western media on 7th November. But it was a strangely bland bombshell. Yes, the voices of the West –...

    Navigating the New International Disorder
    Nov08

    Navigating the New International Disorder

    This week marks the release of Navigating the New International Disorder, the 12th book in the Australia in World Affairs series. The AIIA has been publishing this authoritative account of Australian foreign policy every five years since 1950. However, recent upheavals and global issues mean that the 2011-2015 version is very different to its...

    The country of little “Putins”, or the “Trojan horse” of Putin’s regime
    Nov08

    The country of little “Putins”, or the “Trojan horse” of Putin’s regime

    Society The Night Wolves’ sharp rebuff to presidential press-secretary Dmitry Peskov; the State Duma deputies’ frightening devotion to fighting Natalia Poklonskaya’s enemies; Vladimir Markin waving his fists while on a “rest break”; Ramzan Kadyrov, already such a familiar face, going way beyond all standards of decency… A new...

    Kleptocracy Daily: November 8, 2016
    Nov08

    Kleptocracy Daily: November 8, 2016

    News Beijing, Moscow, and Tehran have all used the turbulent U.S. presidential election to attack democracy. (FT) Estonia’s pro-Western government is on the verge of collapse. (NYT) China is establishing a new anti-corruption body to consolidate existing state agencies. (SCMP) Wang Qishan, Beijing’s top anti-graft official, published...

    Here’s How to Fix Public Broadcasting in Ukraine
    Nov08

    Here’s How to Fix Public Broadcasting in Ukraine

    Zurab Alasania’s resignation from the position of director general of the National TV and Radio Broadcasting Company of Ukraine (NTU) has roused concerns about the future of public broadcasting reform in Ukraine. Although some experts believe it is already too late to reverse the reform, the coming months will determine the future of public...

    Annual Report 2016  Empirical research in regions of conflict and direct advice on the ground
    Nov08

    Annual Report 2016 Empirical research in regions of conflict and direct advice on the ground

    “Our holistic approach allows us to look at the entire spectrum of displacement—from what causes people to flee, to the actual process of fleeing, right up to integration, and the return of refugees”, Conrad Schetter, Director for Research at BICC, describes this main focus. The Annual Report also contains first results of the three-year research...

    Lost and Found in Translation
    Nov08

    Lost and Found in Translation

    Did Putin threaten to castrate a journalist? And why it matters to get it right. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Oh, What a Lovely War!
    Nov08

    Oh, What a Lovely War!

    The American people don’t know very much about war even if Washington has been fighting on multiple fronts since 9/11. The continental United States has not experienced the presence a hostile military force for more than 100 years and war for the current generation of Americans consists largely of the insights provided by video games and...

    Saakashvili Quits, Blasts Ukraine’s Entrenched Corruption
    Nov08

    Saakashvili Quits, Blasts Ukraine’s Entrenched Corruption

    The ex-Georgian president’s resignation from his Ukrainian post marks the end of a bold experiment to end the country’s reputation as a hotbed of graft. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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