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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Kremlin’s Hybrid Warfare Strategies Revealed
    Apr03

    Kremlin’s Hybrid Warfare Strategies Revealed

    An unpublished report based on an analysis of leaked Kremlin emails reveals the Russian government’s hybrid warfare tactics in Ukraine, some of which are applied in the West as well. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Putin’s Post-Election Policy Priorities
    Apr03

    Putin’s Post-Election Policy Priorities

    Vladimir Putin again secured the country’s presidency for another six-year term. In the lead up to the elections, the rhetoric from Moscow indicated little reason to expect a change in behavior, but the Kremlin’s post-elections foreign policy direction will have significant implications for the transatlantic partners and the global...

    RUSI Newsbrief Vol. 38, No. 2
    Apr03

    RUSI Newsbrief Vol. 38, No. 2

    This issue of Newsbrief includes articles on suspected security intelligence leaks to Russia by Austria’s far-right coalition, symbiosis of mafia and jihadists in Italy, and the use of artificial intelligence in policing, as well as articles on the US Defence budget and Saudi Arabia’s Yemen agenda.Download the complete issue (PDF)‘The...

    Putin’s Gambit
    Apr03

    Putin’s Gambit

    At one moment a few months ago, the very tense relationship between Hungary and Ukraine seemed to improve slightly when the Hungarian Foreign Ministry’s State Secretary for Parliament Relations Magyar Levente said, after meeting with his Ukrainian counterpart, that “I see a serious chance to leave this difficult period behind.” The optimism...

    Russia hurts political prisoners in revenge for Ukraine’s expulsion of diplomats
    Apr03

    Russia hurts political prisoners in revenge for Ukraine’s expulsion of diplomats

    Russia has responded to Ukraine’s expulsion of 13 diplomats with nominal symmetry, but brutal precision, targeting both Moscow and the consulate in Rostov where many of Russia’s politically-motivated trials of Ukrainians are held. Rostov also borders areas of Donbas under Kremlin-backed militant control, and Russia would doubtless...

    Nigeria Set to Host Ukraine Trade Mission
    Apr02

    Nigeria Set to Host Ukraine Trade Mission

    All Africa. Djibouti. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    The Curious Case of David Jewberg, the Fake Senior Pentagon Russia Analyst
    Apr02

    The Curious Case of David Jewberg, the Fake Senior Pentagon Russia Analyst

    Summary: “Senior Pentagon Russia Analyst LTC David Jewberg” maintained a popular Facebook page and was frequently quoted in Ukrainian and Russian media as a Pentagon insider related to topics concerning Ukraine and Russia. He represented himself as an actual person with the legal name “David Jewberg,” not as a persona or pseudonym. A number of...

    IBA Group Opens Bulgaria Office
    Apr02

    IBA Group Opens Bulgaria Office

    IBA Group – one of the largest IT service providers in Central and Eastern Europe – announced on April 2 that it had opened a new office in Bulgaria, in the city of Burgas, the second largest city on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast and the fourth largest city in the country. IBA Bulgaria is the fifth software development center of the IBA Group,...

    Thug leader who got suspended sentence for savage killing of Maidan journalist detained on new charges
    Apr02

    Thug leader who got suspended sentence for savage killing of Maidan journalist detained on new charges

    Yuri Krysin, the head of the ‘titushky’, or hired thugs involved in killings, abductions and attacks on Euromaidan activists, has been remanded in custody on charges which could carry a 10-year sentence. The development comes three months after Krysin’s extraordinarily light four-year suspended sentence for his part in the savage...

    “I can’t afford to show cowardice” – Ukrainian jailed for not betraying Ukraine in Russian-occupied Crimea resists pressure to end hunger strike
    Apr02

    “I can’t afford to show cowardice” – Ukrainian jailed for not betraying Ukraine in Russian-occupied Crimea resists pressure to end hunger strike

    Almost two weeks after political prisoner Volodymyr Balukh went on hunger strike in Russian-occupied Crimea, his lawyer has only just been able to see him. She reports that he is looking thin and gaunt, and that the SIZO [remand prison] staff are putting pressure on him to end his hunger strike. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights...

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