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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Perceptions of Democracy and Governance in the West
    Nov14

    Perceptions of Democracy and Governance in the West

    On both sides of the Atlantic, recent elections and referenda reflect a groundswell of populist sentiment, highlighting public dissatisfaction with the status quo, rejection of the establishment, and a desire to “take back control.” GMF experts offer their analysis on the recently released Pew Report, “Transatlantic Dialogues: In Europe and North...

    e-Estonia: Believe the Hype
    Nov14

    e-Estonia: Believe the Hype

    Since leaving office Toomas Ilves, president of Estonia from 2006-16 and driver of the Baltic state’s world-leading initiatives in e-government and cyber security, has become a roving advocate for digital government. Early in November he told the 2017 edition of the Microsoft Summit that those countries wanting to emulate Estonia need to...

    Persecution of anti-corruption activists must stop in Ukraine
    Nov14

    Persecution of anti-corruption activists must stop in Ukraine

    Following an escalation of attacks, Transparency International and its chapter in Ukraine are calling on the authorities to protect civil society from the abuse, including physical beatings, that activists are facing. During the past few months, two anti-corruption activists from the city of Kharkiv that work on investigations with Transparency...

    How the British Government’s Attempts to Fight Corruption and Money Laundering are Already Failing
    Nov14

    How the British Government’s Attempts to Fight Corruption and Money Laundering are Already Failing

    On 19 August 2017, Bellingcat published an article regarding the new Persons of Significant Control (“PSC”) requirements introduced by the government, intended to deter the owners of Scottish Limited Partnerships (“SLPs”) from using the vehicle’s unique opaque structure as a means to conduct criminal activity. Subsequently, as reported by...

    Russia and the West’s South Caucasus Dilemma
    Nov14

    Russia and the West’s South Caucasus Dilemma

    Russia and the West have a choice in the South Caucasus. They can either treat the situation in Abkhazia and South Ossetia as being isolated from other conflicts-such as those in the Donbas and Transdniestria-or they can use it as an additional argument in their overall confrontation. | Русский …read more Source: Carnegie Moscow...

    Sentsov thrown into punishment cell & sent to the Far North because of protests demanding his release
    Nov14

    Sentsov thrown into punishment cell & sent to the Far North because of protests demanding his release

    Ukrainian filmmaker and Kremlin hostage Oleg Sentsov has spent several terms in a punishment cell over recent months, including a two-week punishment as soon as he arrived at the harsh ‘White Bear’ prison colony north of the Arctic Circle. Both the penalties and the transfer to this most isolated of all prisons are linked with the mounting...

    Russia-protected torturer-killers of 16-year-old pro-Ukrainian schoolboy sentenced in absentia to life imprisonment
    Nov14

    Russia-protected torturer-killers of 16-year-old pro-Ukrainian schoolboy sentenced in absentia to life imprisonment

    Three men have been sentenced to life imprisonment for the savage torture and killing in 2014 of 16-year-old Stepan Chubenko. Without a regime change in Russia, there is little chance that the three former Donbas fighters – Vadim Pogodin, leader of the so-called ‘Kerch battalion’, and two subordinates – Mikhail Sukhomlinov and Yury...

    German Lessons for the Russian World
    Nov13

    German Lessons for the Russian World

    Russia / Europe The “Russian world” concept, actively promoted one way or another for at least ten years, has virtually become an official ideological doctrine since the annexation of Crimea. It certainly has a whiff of nationalism, and it is no coincidence that even the regime’s staunchest supporters were swift to draw parallels between...

    Mocking Trump Doesn’t Prove Russia’s Guilt
    Nov13

    Mocking Trump Doesn’t Prove Russia’s Guilt

    If the bloody debacle in Iraq should have taught Americans anything, it is that endorsements by lots of important people who think something is true don’t amount to evidence that it actually is true. If endorsements were the same as evidence, U.S. troops would have found tons of WMD in Iraq, rather than come up empty.So, when it comes to...

    Ukraine: Another winter on the frontline
    Nov13

    Ukraine: Another winter on the frontline

    News release | Kyiv (ICRC) – With cold weather approaching, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has increased its assistance to people still badly affected by the armed conflict in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

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