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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Assessing combat readiness: preparation for war or a means of exerting power? власти?
    Oct24

    Assessing combat readiness: preparation for war or a means of exerting power? власти?

    Security Russia’s leadership carried out its latest, and so far, largest test of combat readiness of its armed forces in late August 2016 which subsequently developed into an equally extensive series of military exercises: “Caucasus 2016”. The last drill of this kind took place in February 2016. The objectives of these measures were very...

    Old Ukraine Launches Campaign against Ukraine’s Most Influential Woman and Top Banker
    Oct24

    Old Ukraine Launches Campaign against Ukraine’s Most Influential Woman and Top Banker

    An attempt is underway in the Ukrainian parliament to deprive the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) of its independence and oust its governor, Valeriya Hontareva. This would be a major reversal of Ukraine’s economic reforms and must be stopped.In the last two years, Ukraine has carried out its most fundamental economic reforms since its...

    “Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Moldova”
    Oct24

    “Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Moldova”

    On October 28, the Institute of World Policy will hold a public discussion “Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Moldova”. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Sorry West, Russia’s Just Not That Into You: Preparing for Long-Term Estrangement
    Oct24

    Sorry West, Russia’s Just Not That Into You: Preparing for Long-Term Estrangement

    Transatlantic TakePresident Putin is benefitting from the present hostilities with the West, so last week’s attempts by some European leaders and Donald Trump to ease tensions are doomed to fail. In the coming years, the West should expect estrangement from Russia, at best, and hostilities, at worst. The key question for European and U.S....

    Opening Schengen door to Ukraine
    Oct24

    Opening Schengen door to Ukraine

    By Marta Králiková. Photo: idos.gr.High hopes and stakes for the visa liberalisationUkrainians might be soon traveling to Schengen zone without visa obligation. The long-awaited decision has been postponed due to internal developments in both the EU and Ukraine. On the one hand, the EU’s decision is now conditioned by development of the...

    Schulz “optimistic” on CETA but Canada laments “the end and the failure of the discussions”
    Oct24

    Schulz “optimistic” on CETA but Canada laments “the end and the failure of the discussions”

    Schulz “optimistic” on CETA but Canada laments “the end and the failure of the discussions”The Canadian government has walked away from talks with Belgium’s Wallonia region that were aimed at breaking the deadlock over the CETA trade deal with the EU. Chrystia Freeland, the Canadian Trade Minister, regretted “the end and the failure of the...

    The Decline of the West, and How to Stop It
    Oct22

    The Decline of the West, and How to Stop It

    Published by: nytimes.com By JAVIER SOLANA and STROBE TALBOTT OCT. 19, 2016. WASHINGTON — For most of the last 70 years, the United States, Canada and much of Europe have constituted a vast zone of peace, prosperity and democracy. The trans-Atlantic community has grown to over 900 million inhabitants of more than 30 countries. It has set an...

    Watch List Findings: Oct. 22, 2016
    Oct22

    Watch List Findings: Oct. 22, 2016

    What follows are the preliminary findings for issues identified in the daily Watch Lists this week. We are only sending findings that we regard as significant or potentially significant to keep this email manageable. We have findings for all the Watch List items. Should you be interested in findings not listed here, please contact us and we will...

    Syria, Brexit and migrants – is there any place for Ukraine on the international agenda?
    Oct21

    Syria, Brexit and migrants – is there any place for Ukraine on the international agenda?

    By Sergiy Gerasymchuk, Project Coordinator, Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism”. Events, which happened at the beginning of October 2016 confirmed that the trend of recent months, when the dominant topics on international agendas were safety and finding ways to guarantee it, is still valid. The crisis in Syria, which caused the waves of...

    There They Go Again: International Media Enables Russian Aggression in Ukraine
    Oct21

    There They Go Again: International Media Enables Russian Aggression in Ukraine

    When does a Russian warlord become a “pro-Russian separatist?” Newsrooms around the world may want to ask themselves this question following Russian militant leader Arsen Pavlov’s assassination in Donetsk in mid-October. In the wake of the killing, one news report after another ran with headlines referring to Pavlov as a pro-Russian...

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