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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Berlin or Bust: Germany Key to Maintaining Sanctions on Russia
    Oct06

    Berlin or Bust: Germany Key to Maintaining Sanctions on Russia

    When Russia illegally annexed Crimea and armed separatists in eastern Ukraine, the United States and the European Union jointly condemned it. Together they introduced sanctions on Russia in July 2014 that limited access to finance for key companies in Russia’s energy, defense, and financial sectors; froze assets and banned travel for...

    Q&A: Is Ukraine Still Changing?
    Oct05

    Q&A: Is Ukraine Still Changing?

    Three Atlantic Council experts answer questions about Ukraine’s ongoing reforms.1. It’s been nearly three years since the Euromaidan protests began. How would you grade the pace and extent of Ukraine’s reforms?Anders Åslund, Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council: In 2014, Ukraine carried out two vital preconditions for economic...

    The Maltsev era
    Oct05

    The Maltsev era

    Politics The election is over. Systemic and non-systemic politicians have wearily drifted home (though it seems that some of them were already fatigued even before election campaigns were launched). Those in power have asserted it. Those who had nothing anyway, lost their state financing and wandered off. The status quo of the current political...

    Sanctions Will Not Cause ‘Regime Change’ in Russia
    Oct05

    Sanctions Will Not Cause ‘Regime Change’ in Russia

    Viewpoint by Somar Wijayadasa* NEW YORK (IDN) – In the aftermath of the Ukrainian crisis in March 2014, the United States and the European Union imposed sanctions on Russia that have led to unintended consequences. Crimea re-joined Russia following a referendum in which more than 96 percent of Russian speaking residents of Crimea voted to...

    Ukraine crisis: Uncertainty on both sides of the contact line
    Oct05

    Ukraine crisis: Uncertainty on both sides of the contact line

    Article | Mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers and grandparents of the missing on both sides of the conflict in Ukraine cope as best they can with an impossible, wholly intolerable situation. These are their stories. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

    Georgia: a pre-election snapshot
    Oct05

    Georgia: a pre-election snapshot

    Over the last decade Georgia, Ukraine and Moldova – the EU’s ‘closest’ eastern neighbours politically – have alternated between being potential ‘success stories’ or, conversely, cases of ‘fatigue’ in the eyes of their international partners. Georgia, which currently seems to be the best performer of the three, is now due...

    Transforming Ukraine Through Impact Investment
    Oct05

    Transforming Ukraine Through Impact Investment

    Tue25OctInvitation OnlyResearch EventTransforming Ukraine Through Impact Investment25 Oct 2016 – 10:15 to 13:30Add to CalendariCalendar Outlook Google Yahoo Chatham House, LondonRussia and Eurasia Programme, Ukraine ForumParticipantsLenna Koszarny, Founding Partner and Chief Executive Officer, Horizon CapitalJaroslawa Johnson, President and...

    Ukraine crisis: Water supply for 600,000 people under threat
    Oct05

    Ukraine crisis: Water supply for 600,000 people under threat

    News release | Geneva/Kyiv (ICRC) – The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has announced it will step in to pay electricity bills, on an emergency basis, to avoid water being cut off to 600,000 people in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

    Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-China
    Oct05

    Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-China

    On October 5, the Institute of World Policy will organize a presentation of analytical paper “Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Georgia” …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Trump’s Flip-Flopping on NATO
    Oct05

    Trump’s Flip-Flopping on NATO

    U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s new-found faith in NATO is unlikely to reassure America’s partners in the organisation. In the first presidential debate with his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, Trump declared he was “all for NATO” because, he said, its members had listened to his earlier criticism and were...

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