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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Post-Brexit power plays put Germany firmly in charge of Europe
    Jul04

    Post-Brexit power plays put Germany firmly in charge of Europe

    Irrespective of petitions, speculation about when Article 50 will be triggered and the implosion of the UK’s two leading political parties, one thing is certain in post-referendum Britain – the country has voluntarily and irrevocably surrendered its privileged place within the inner circle of EU leaders. Nature – and politics – abhors a...

    Outcome of the European Council of 28 June 2016 and the informal meeting of 27 Heads of State or Government on 29 June 2016
    Jul04

    Outcome of the European Council of 28 June 2016 and the informal meeting of 27 Heads of State or Government on 29 June 2016

    Written by Joséphine Vanden Broucke, Ralf Drachenberg, Susanna Tenhunen and Suzana Anghel, The 28 June 2016 European Council was described by its President, Donald Tusk, as ‘very much a British European Council’. The result of the UK referendum held on 23 June 2016 – in which 51.9% of the 71.8% of the electorate who voted opted for the...

    Warsaw NATO Summit and Ukraine: What to Expect?
    Jul04

    Warsaw NATO Summit and Ukraine: What to Expect?

    On July 6, the Institute of World Policy will organize a public discussion titled “Warsaw NATO Summit and Ukraine: what to expect?” …read more Source: Institute of World...

    America Should Exit From NATO and the National Security State
    Jul04

    America Should Exit From NATO and the National Security State

    In its reporting on Brexit, the New York Times asks an interesting question: “Is the post-1945 order imposed on the world by the United States and its allies unraveling, too?” Hopefully, it will mean the unraveling of two of the most powerful and destructive governmental apparatuses that came out of the postwar era: NATO and the US...

    A new era may be dawning again for radical right populists in Austria and Europe
    Jul04

    A new era may be dawning again for radical right populists in Austria and Europe

    This article is part of the Democracy Futures series, a joint global initiative with the Sydney Democracy Network. The project aims to stimulate fresh thinking about the many challenges facing democracies in the 21st century. After Brexit, last week delivered another potentially far-reaching result for radical right populists in Europe. On...

    Crimean activist detained for defence of political prisoners Sentsov & Kolchenko

    The organizer of a small picket calling for the release of, among others, Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov and civic activist Oleksandr Kolchenko was detained on Saturday in Russian-occupied Crimea …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Rafis Kashapov spends 2nd birthday in prison for criticizing Russian annexation of Crimea

    Veteran Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Dzhemiliev is surely speaking for all Ukrainians in addressing birthday greetings to Russian Tatar activist Rafis Kashapov and his twin brother Nafis on their 58th birthday. For all, in fact, appalled by the monstrous sentence passed on Rafis Kashapov for social network posts criticizing Russia’s...

    Lessons for the post-EU British film industry from the collapse of the Soviet Union
    Jul03

    Lessons for the post-EU British film industry from the collapse of the Soviet Union

    Can the fall of the Soviet Union give us insight into the possible ramifications of the Brexit vote? Chris DorneyAlmost a week on from Brexit we have begun to see the ramifications of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union, both financially and politically. Very little attention has been paid, however, to the effect this vote has had on...

    Gorbulin: Russia is really preparing for war.
    Jul03

    Gorbulin: Russia is really preparing for war.

    07/02/2016 According to Vladimir Gorbulina “big war”, to which more and more insistently, and which is prepared to provoke Russia, may well become a reality. This was director of the National Institute for Strategic Studies, National Academy of Sciences, wrote in an article for the Mirror of the Week. “The current brief, apparently, a period –...

    Snapback, FATF-style: Counter-measure Suspension Unlikely to Address Core Banking Issues
    Jul02

    Snapback, FATF-style: Counter-measure Suspension Unlikely to Address Core Banking Issues

    The Financial Action Task Force, the inter-governmental standards authority on legal, regulatory and operational measures for combating money laundering and terrorist financing, agreed recently to suspend financial crime counter-measures against Iran for 12 months. Though well-intended, it reflects muddled thinking. Since the signing of the Joint...

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