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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    One-Step Marathon
    Jan12

    One-Step Marathon

    Editor’s Note: This blog is part of an ongoing series of contributions from participants in The German Marshall Fund’s flagship leadership and development program, The Marshall Memorial Fellowship (MMF). “There can be no doubt that all our knowledge begins with experience” I. Kant I have just accomplished my trip to the United States...

    Trump’s vision of US-Russian relations must confront reality
    Jan12

    Trump’s vision of US-Russian relations must confront reality

    Donald Trump has more than once expressed his admiration for Vladimir Putin, and both men have expressed hopes of “restoring” US-Russian relations after their countries’ relations hit rock bottom in recent years. Those ties seriously deteriorated after Obama’s 2009 “reset” policy gradually fizzled out, and hit a serious low even...

    Border Security in Eastern Europe: Lessons for NATO and Partners
    Jan12

    Border Security in Eastern Europe: Lessons for NATO and Partners

    Introduction The geopolitical dynamics in Europe are changing. Countries such as Georgia, Ukraine, and Moldova have undergone significant transformation processes since the collapse of the Soviet Union. However, history’s aftermath continues to influence these states. The relatively young borders in Eastern Europe have been the stage of...

    Tillerson’s Views on Russia Remain Murky
    Jan12

    Tillerson’s Views on Russia Remain Murky

    Russia dominated the Senate Foreign Relations Committee’s grilling of Rex Tillerson, whose views on the country have been the subject of much speculation. As chairman and chief executive officer of ExxonMobil, Tillerson had extensive business dealings with Russia. The senators used that experience at Tillerson’s confirmation hearing...

    Love the Briber, Hate the Bribe
    Jan12

    Love the Briber, Hate the Bribe

    Universities have been capitalizing on the cognitive dissonance governing informal payments in Ukraine. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    American Troops ‘Roll Into Poland’ In Largest Deployment Since The Cold War
    Jan12

    American Troops ‘Roll Into Poland’ In Largest Deployment Since The Cold War

    “American soldiers rolled into Poland on Thursday, fulfilling a dream Poles have had since the fall of communism in 1989 to have US troops on their soil as a deterrent against Russia.” That’s how the AP begins its report on the first deployment of US soldiers into the central European country, previewed here earlier in the week...

    U.S. Vice President Biden to Make Final Visit to Ukraine
    Jan12

    U.S. Vice President Biden to Make Final Visit to Ukraine

    January 12, 2017 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Russian Yogi Charged Under Extremism Law
    Jan12

    Russian Yogi Charged Under Extremism Law

    Legislation has been used against Scientologists, Protestants, and other small religious groups. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The return of Kremlinology
    Jan12

    The return of Kremlinology

    Whatever the truth about who knew what and about whom, it is clear that the Kremlin sees itself locked in an ideological war. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Shapes of a Union: From Ever Closer Union to Flexible Differentiation after Brexit
    Jan12

    Shapes of a Union: From Ever Closer Union to Flexible Differentiation after Brexit

    Farewell, “ever closer union” The logic behind “ever closer union” was gone well before the Brexit referendum. When negotiating a definitive opt-out from the clause, David Cameron revealed how the growing trend towards integration had reached a symbolic limit, regardless of the referendum result. In that European Council of February 2016, it...

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