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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Any Vote Is A Vote For Putinism
    Sep12

    Any Vote Is A Vote For Putinism

    Russian opposition politician Garry Kasparov follows Crimean Tatar leader Refat Chubarov and Kyiv in stressing that the international community must refuse to recognize the results of Russia’s parliamentary elections, which it is illegally holding also in occupied Crimea …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Putin will everybody annoy and threaten by the troops not only Ukraine.
    Sep11

    Putin will everybody annoy and threaten by the troops not only Ukraine.

    Putin will everybody annoy and threaten by the troops not only Ukraine – Russian political scientist. September 5 “- But civilizational shift is possible for Russia? – I will answer shortly. In its present form – no. “ On why no one can remove from power of Vladimir Putin, his claim to the division of the world along with the US and the prospects...

    Belarus’s parliamentary elections: Déjà vu?
    Sep10

    Belarus’s parliamentary elections: Déjà vu?

    Written by Naja Bentzen, After 22 years in power, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko’s camp can expect yet another victory in the 11 September parliamentary elections. The weary Belarusian opposition is no threat to the iron-fisted president, who represents stability in uncertain times. What is new, however, is that Lukashenko, who...

    Crimean savagely beaten for Ukrainian symbols faces ‘extremism’ charges
    Sep10

    Crimean savagely beaten for Ukrainian symbols faces ‘extremism’ charges

    Ihor Movenko is in a Sevastopol hospital with severe injuries after being brutally beaten over the Ukrainian symbols and an Battalion sticker on his bike. It was Movenko who had his hands bound after the enforcement officers arrived, and he is now facing charges for so-called ‘extremism’. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights...

    A Crystallizing Russo-Chinese Alliance
    Sep10

    A Crystallizing Russo-Chinese Alliance

    Whenever a Russian president travels to Asiatic Russia or the Asia-Pacific region, he traditionally enunciates important precepts of Russian foreign policy in Asia. This was true of both Dmitry Medvedev and Vladimir Putin during all three of his presidential terms. Putin’s recent trip to the G20 Summit in Hangzhou, China, was no exception....

    Kleptocracy Daily: September 9, 2016
    Sep09

    Kleptocracy Daily: September 9, 2016

    Donald Trump appeared on Russia Today, the Kremlin’s influential propaganda outlet. He praised Putin’s leadership while criticizing U.S. foreign policy and the “dishonest” media. (Washington Post) Ukraine’s “technically crippled” asset e-declarations system faces further sabotage attempts by worried lawmakers. (Kyiv Post)...

    U.S. Experience In Iraq Can Teach NATO How To Hunt Russia’s “Little Green Men” (from National Interest)
    Sep09

    U.S. Experience In Iraq Can Teach NATO How To Hunt Russia’s “Little Green Men” (from National Interest)

    Much has been made over the past three years of the asymmetric or hybrid warfare conducted by Russia in the Crimea and eastern Ukraine. The essence of this supposedly new type of warfare involves the use of non-traditional instruments of [Read More…]The post U.S. Experience In Iraq Can Teach NATO How To Hunt Russia’s “Little Green...

    Kleptocracy Weekly: September 2-9, 2016
    Sep09

    Kleptocracy Weekly: September 2-9, 2016

    United States Lobbyists acting for foreign governments routinely flout U.S. disclosure rules (Politico) How do anonymous companies launder money in the U.S.? CBS investigates. A major new report by Global Witness examines the systemic risk to investors posed by anonymous companies. Donald Trump appeared on Russia Today, the Kremlin’s...

    East flank of NATO.
    Sep09

    East flank of NATO.

    September 6, 2016 By Aleksandr Sytin No diplomatic efforts and attempts to “pacify” the Russian aggressors are without the slightest historical and logical rational grounds. Nor should we expect that the change in the first person, or even the ruling group in Russia will lead to a decline in tensions in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union....

    September 9th, 2016
    Sep09

    September 9th, 2016

    CHINA A Not-So-Local DifficultyECONOMIST Communist Party leader Xi Jinping has promised a “great revival” of the Chinese nation. Presiding over the G20 summit was a perfect opportunity to show the public that he was on target. How awkward, then, that as he was doing so voters in Hong Kong were sending Mr. Xi a different—and, for the party,...

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