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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Poland votes that WWII massacre by Ukraine was ‘genocide’
    Jul22

    Poland votes that WWII massacre by Ukraine was ‘genocide’

    Poland’s right-wing dominated parliament on Friday (22 July) recognised as “genocide” a massacre of 100,000 Poles by Ukrainian nationalists seven decades ago, in a move that quickly drew criticism from Kyiv. …read more Source:...

    The NATO Alliance Is Terminally Ill
    Jul22

    The NATO Alliance Is Terminally Ill

    Ted Galen Carpenter The attempted military coup in Turkey sent shock waves through NATO. No matter how the coup turned out, it would have bad news for the alliance. If the attempt had succeeded, NATO would have faced the embarrassment of having a member governed by a military dictatorship. Although that type of situation was tolerated during the...

    Fellow submarines
    Jul22

    Fellow submarines

    Ever since the occupation of Crimea in 2014, Russian military activity has increased in and around Europe. Russian air and land exercises have also become more assertive and frequent compared to previous years. Fighter jets of the Swedish and Finnish air forces, as well as NATO fighters protecting the air space of the three Baltic republics of...

    Ukrainian Torrent Mogul Nabbed in Poland
    Jul22

    Ukrainian Torrent Mogul Nabbed in Poland

    Artem Vaulin, aka ‘tirm,’ allegedly funneled millions in ad revenue to a Latvian bank. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Hybrid Business — The Risks in the Kremlin’s weaponization of the economy
    Jul22

    Hybrid Business — The Risks in the Kremlin’s weaponization of the economy

    “How many divisions does the pope have?” Josef Stalin was meant to have asked contemptuously. Today the question could as easily be posed: How many companies does the Kremlin have? …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Olympic Doping Scandal Overshadows Massive Infrastructural Overhaul of Downtown Moscow
    Jul21

    Olympic Doping Scandal Overshadows Massive Infrastructural Overhaul of Downtown Moscow

    The doping scandal, which may exclude Russian athletes from this summer’s Rio de Janeiro Olympics, is dominating the political news in Moscow at the moment. The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) executive board has called on the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to ban all Russian athletes from the Olympics after the publication of a...

    Torture, Violence, and Abuses Still Prevalent in Eastern Ukraine
    Jul21

    Torture, Violence, and Abuses Still Prevalent in Eastern Ukraine

    A recently released report shows that both the Ukrainian government and Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine are torturing civilians. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Monumental Dispute Over Ivan the Terrible Statue
    Jul21

    Monumental Dispute Over Ivan the Terrible Statue

    Plans to build a statue of the controversial 16th-century tsar draw the ire of residents. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Saving Project Europe: a to-do list for Angela Merkel
    Jul21

    Saving Project Europe: a to-do list for Angela Merkel

    As the reality of Brexit sinks in, the European Union faces unprecedented challenges. While the end-times scenario painted by European leaders in the run-up to Britain’s referendum was a wild exaggeration, urgent and determined action is needed to avoid the fragmentation that threatens the European project. All eyes are on German Chancellor...

    Brexit, NATO, EU: emerging dichotomies
    Jul21

    Brexit, NATO, EU: emerging dichotomies

    Two events, whose timing may have been coincidental, highlight the complex challenges confronting the west. The first was Brexit – whereby, after 43 years, the UK decided to leave the EU on 23 June via a nationwide referendum. The second was the biennial NATO summit in Warsaw that concluded on 9 July and focused on the perceived security threat...

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