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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    ‘Russiagate’: The Stink Without a Secret
    Jul06

    ‘Russiagate’: The Stink Without a Secret

    After six solid months of co-ordinated allegation from the mainstream media allied to the leadership of state security institutions, not one single scrap of solid evidence for Trump/Russia election hacking has emerged.I do not support Donald Trump. I do support truth. There is much about Trump that I dislike intensely. Neither do I support the...

    A busy week on the dark web highlight darknet markets’ increasing role in crime
    Jul06

    A busy week on the dark web highlight darknet markets’ increasing role in crime

    Darknet markets J0hnTV/ShutterstockThere has been a flurry of activity on the dark web this week. A hacker, claiming to be the author of the recent ransomware NotPetya has surfaced on the dark web to offer the “master key” to decrypt all files that have been encrypted by the ransomeware in exchange for 100 bitcoins (around US $250,000)....

    Ukraine Central Bank Says Reform Delays will Slow IMF Aid
    Jul06

    Ukraine Central Bank Says Reform Delays will Slow IMF Aid

    July 6, 2017 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Janusz Bugajski speaks with Dziennik Gazeta Prawna (Poland)
    Jul06

    Janusz Bugajski speaks with Dziennik Gazeta Prawna (Poland)

    CEPA’s Donald N. Jensen speaks with Deutsche Welle ahead of Ukrainian President Petro Porosehnko’s visit to Washington. …read more Source: Center for European Policy...

    What to Expect from the G20 Summit
    Jul06

    What to Expect from the G20 Summit

    Transatlantic TakeLeaders of 19 top industrialized and emerging market economies (plus the EU) will meet tomorrow in Hamburg for the annual G20 Summit. For a forum meant to foster economic and financial policy cooperation with an eye to spreading the benefits of globalization and connectivity, it is a year of particularly low expectations. One...

    AP Denies Trying to Blacken Name of Oligarch Deripaska
    Jul06

    AP Denies Trying to Blacken Name of Oligarch Deripaska

    The agency reported on the Russian billionaire’s business dealings with ex-Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    G20 summit: who will take the US’s place as a global leader?
    Jul06

    G20 summit: who will take the US’s place as a global leader?

    Global summits were once extraordinary things, marking turning points in international political history. The 1814-15 Congress of Vienna marked the end of the Napoleonic Wars and the beginning of Europe’s “long” 19th century, during which Europe’s interactions were regulated by a relatively stable balance of power. The 1945 San...

    What Trump Can Learn from Oliver Stone’s “Putin Interviews”
    Jul06

    What Trump Can Learn from Oliver Stone’s “Putin Interviews”

    Oliver Stone and Vladimir Putin, screen capture from RT.com YouTube video, courtesy ShowtimeBESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 520, July 6, 2017 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The July 2015-February 2017 interviews with Vladimir Putin by US filmmaker Oliver Stone, now streaming on Showtime, provide surprising insights into the mind of the Russian leader. “We...

    Russia’s trial of Crimean Tatar leader Ilmi Umerov chokes on hilariously inept lies
    Jul06

    Russia’s trial of Crimean Tatar leader Ilmi Umerov chokes on hilariously inept lies

    With Russia having first invaded Crimea, then set to putting those who object on trial for ‘separatism’, the ‘acquittal’ of Crimean Tatar Mejlis leader Ilmi Umerov seems most improbable. Moscow will surely find ‘judges’ ready to provide the required sentence. What it cannot achieve is any passable imitation of a trial, with this...

    Maimed partisan says Russia can’t leave Donbas – there are too many witnesses of war crimes for the Hague
    Jul06

    Maimed partisan says Russia can’t leave Donbas – there are too many witnesses of war crimes for the Hague

    Volodymyr Zhemchugov learned first-hand about Russia’s involvement in his native Luhansk oblast and knows how much Moscow has to hide. In a recent Glavcom interview, he said that Russia wouldn’t leave Donbas, as it would be leaving behind hundreds of thousands of witnesses who could provide crucial testimony to the international...

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