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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    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,...

    RUSSIA. ELIMINATION MECHANISM LAUNCHED.
    Sep09

    RUSSIA. ELIMINATION MECHANISM LAUNCHED.

    By Anti-colorados 09/08/2016 … West reopen the plan, which has become a noose for the USSR and nudged bald dolls on this path. Anyone with a sense of self-esteem, he went to the abyss, and dragged for a fact that had to collapse in 1991. So all the wild projects, including ships, pipelines to nowhere, etc., should be seen as a movement in the...

    Early Voting Underway and Under Fire in Belarus
    Sep09

    Early Voting Underway and Under Fire in Belarus

    OSCE has criticized the process meant to elect representatives for the lower house of parliament. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    War of Words
    Sep09

    War of Words

    Recent “news” about a transfer of U.S. nuclear weapons to Romania showcased how disinformation, whether Russian-initiated or not, can benefit Moscow. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukraine’s Anti-Corruption Fight Makes Strides
    Sep09

    Ukraine’s Anti-Corruption Fight Makes Strides

    Corruption has eroded Ukraine’s entire judicial system yet the public has kept up pressure to transform it, and important and visible progress is finally taking shape. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Russia fights Ukraine over the “Yanukovych debt”
    Sep09

    Russia fights Ukraine over the “Yanukovych debt”

    The slowly developing Russia-Ukraine $3-billion sovereign debt dispute got a sudden new development when, at the end of July 2016, Russia requested the London High Court make the expedited ruling on this dispute. Following that, on 8 September 2016 the High Court has scheduled the hearings of the dispute for the 17-20 January 2017. The debt This...

    Crimea Cannot Be Returned to Ukraine, Czech President Says
    Sep09

    Crimea Cannot Be Returned to Ukraine, Czech President Says

    September 9, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Transdniester Decides It’s Time to Join Russia
    Sep09

    Transdniester Decides It’s Time to Join Russia

    The de facto president of the breakaway region wants to implement a decision reached in a referendum 10 years ago. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    What Poroshenko Said and Didn’t Say
    Sep09

    What Poroshenko Said and Didn’t Say

    Unsurprisingly Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko kicked off his annual televised address to parliament on September 6 with words of unity. “At a time when Russia’s aggression against Ukraine is still ongoing, when the military threat from the east is the most difficult strategic challenge, the issue of national unity and political...

    Assessing Theresa May’s First International Summit
    Sep09

    Assessing Theresa May’s First International Summit

    The British Prime Minister Theresa May attended her first international forum at the G20 Summit in China between 4-5 September. RUSI Deputy Director-General Professor Malcolm Chalmers and Dr Jonathan Eyal RUSI associate director assesses the Prime Minister’s performance and the future prospects for UK foreign policy. More Brexit Briefings...

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