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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    IAEA: The UN’s Nuclear Watchdog In Need of Care
    Sep26

    IAEA: The UN’s Nuclear Watchdog In Need of Care

    The 168 member states of the International Atomic Energy Agency meet this week in Vienna for their 60th General Conference. Since the end of the Cold War, the agency has continually been tasked with more complex and sensitive roles, something it has managed with distinction. However, it is struggling for resources and is increasingly under...

    Russian cyber threat.
    Sep26

    Russian cyber threat.

    September 25, 2016 Yuri Veksler …Gradually the great episodes of cyber war are added to the picture, the general form of which nobody now predict, apparently, does not take. The German Federal Office for Information Security has informed the parliamentary parties and factions in the Bundestag, as well as individual politicians about the recent...

    Roma Victims Remembered at Babyn Yar
    Sep25

    Roma Victims Remembered at Babyn Yar

    As the 75th anniversary approaches of the massacre of 33 thousand Ukrainian Jews at Babyn Yar, Ukraine’s religious leaders have joined in a memorial service for the Nazis’ Roma victims killed at what was then a ravine on the outskirts of Kyiv …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Journey To Aleppo: Exposing The Truth Buried Under NATO Propaganda
    Sep24

    Journey To Aleppo: Exposing The Truth Buried Under NATO Propaganda

    The extent of the destruction inflicted upon the Kurdish-held Sheikh Maqsoud by the U.S.-backed “moderate rebels” and the scars of the battle for its liberation are highlighted in the state of the neighborhood’s infrastructure. (Photo by Vanessa Beeley)ALEPPO, Syria — Aleppo has become synonymous with destruction and “Syrian...

    How Ukraine Can Signal It’s Serious about Reform
    Sep23

    How Ukraine Can Signal It’s Serious about Reform

    Thirteen months since the last tranche, the IMF has finally allocated the third tranche of its program to Ukraine, bringing the total disbursement to $7.6 billion. Although it is less than the originally planned $1.7 billion and came with substantial delays, the receipt of the $1 billion tranche was celebrated by the Ukrainian government as the...

    Kleptocracy Weekly: September 16-23, 2016
    Sep23

    Kleptocracy Weekly: September 16-23, 2016

    A weekly roundup of leading stories on kleptocrats and their enablers… United States Prosecuting kleptocrats is difficult: U.S. law enforcement agencies are targeting their stolen assets instead. (OCCRP) Delaware is trying to water down proposals to end anonymous companies, and has spent more than $2 million of taxpayer funds lobbying Congress...

    Kleptocracy Daily: September 23, 2016
    Sep23

    Kleptocracy Daily: September 23, 2016

    U.S. authorities subpoenaed Andrey Pavlov, allegedly a lawyer for the Klyuev criminal group, to appear before a New York grand jury in relation to the enormous Russian fraud uncovered by Russian whistleblower Sergei Magnitsky. (Daily Beast) David Kramer says the U.S. should outlaw participation in the Kremlin’s privatization schemes....

    Ukraine Says Peace Process at Risk Without EU Sanctions
    Sep23

    Ukraine Says Peace Process at Risk Without EU Sanctions

    September 23, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Say No to NATO’s Expansion Parade: Adding Georgia, Finland, and More Would Make America Less Secure
    Sep23

    Say No to NATO’s Expansion Parade: Adding Georgia, Finland, and More Would Make America Less Secure

    Doug Bandow NATO, the alliance informally known as North America and The Others, remains committed to expansion. Powerhouse Montenegro, with 2080 men in uniform, will be the next entrant. Other governments knocking at the alliance door include Finland, Georgia, and Serbia. Adding these states would violate the purpose of an organization intended...

    War of words: how Europe is fighting back against Russian disinformation
    Sep23

    War of words: how Europe is fighting back against Russian disinformation

    For a little more than a year, a small group of eight officials with the EU’s European External Action Service (EEAS) has been working on a counter-propaganda strategy that reads like something out of the Cold War. The initiative was the result of a decision at a summit of the European Council in March 2015 which concluded that action was...

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