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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Ukraine’s Omnipresent Oligarchs
    Oct13

    Ukraine’s Omnipresent Oligarchs

    Neither the Euromaidan revolution nor reform efforts have succeeded in undermining Ukraine’s oligarchic system, which still shapes the country’s politics. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Brexit: Causes and Consequences
    Oct13

    Brexit: Causes and Consequences

    Europe is at an Inflexion Point of DangerThe vote by the British people to leave the European Union sent shockwaves across the continent of Europe and beyond. It is the most significant event in Europe since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 and may well mark the beginning of the end of the European Union as we have known it. The European Union...

    Britain, France seek more EU sanctions on Syria, Russia over Aleppo
    Oct13

    Britain, France seek more EU sanctions on Syria, Russia over Aleppo

    Britain and France are leading EU efforts to impose more sanctions on Syrians close to President Bashar al-Assad in response to the devastating bombing of Aleppo, diplomats said on Wednesday (12 October), signalling that Russians may eventually be added to the list. …read more Source:...

    Natalie Jaresko Says $25 Billion More Needed to Make Ukraine’s Reforms Irreversible
    Oct13

    Natalie Jaresko Says $25 Billion More Needed to Make Ukraine’s Reforms Irreversible

    Fatigue, Vested Interests, and Populism Threaten Ukraine’s “Longest and Most Successful” Reform Process “There’s no country in the world that has been in such dire circumstances and yet turned around the economy in such a short period of time,” said Natalie Jaresko, who served as Ukraine’s Finance Minister from December 2014 to...

    What Has Communism Cost The World?
    Oct13

    What Has Communism Cost The World?

    How many deaths is too many? VOC’s #CommunismKills campaign begins with the premise that each individual life taken by communism is one too many. Communism has killed over 100,000,000 people over the last 100 years and continues to do so in the countries of China, Cuba, North Korea, Vietnam, and Laos. This staggering number represents more...

    How Many Have Been Killed By Communism?
    Oct13

    How Many Have Been Killed By Communism?

    How many deaths is too many? VOC’s #CommunismKills campaign begins with the premise that each individual life taken by communism is one too many. Communism has killed over 100,000,000 people over the last 100 years and continues to do so in the countries of China, Cuba, North Korea, Vietnam, and Laos. This staggering number represents more...

    What Ukraine Can Learn from Romania’s Fight against Graft
    Oct12

    What Ukraine Can Learn from Romania’s Fight against Graft

    In 2015, Romania got serious about its corruption problem. DNA, its aggressive anticorruption body, indicted 1,250 public officials, including the sitting prime minister. Five other ministers, twenty-one members of parliament, and Bucharest mayor Sorin Oprescu were indicted. The agency ordered the seizure of nearly half a billion euros.Romania is...

    Judy Asks: Are Referenda Dangerous?
    Oct12

    Judy Asks: Are Referenda Dangerous?

    Rosa Balfour – Senior fellow in the Europe Program at the German Marshall Fund of the United States Little wisdom is to be found in the contemporary use of referenda. They are sold as tools of direct democracy to promote political participation among citizens who have turned away from politics. But in practice, they prize majoritarian...

    Why Russia Fears NATO
    Oct12

    Why Russia Fears NATO

    Ted Galen Carpenter Adam Twardowski takes umbrage at arguments that I and other members of the realism and restraint camp have made that NATO’s behavior over the past two decades has exacerbated tensions with Russia. He begins his rebuttal with a drive-by smear that is increasingly in vogue among neoconservatives, dismissing such arguments...

    Why Russia Fears NATO
    Oct12

    Why Russia Fears NATO

    Ted Galen Carpenter Adam Twardowski takes umbrage at arguments that I and other members of the realism and restraint camp have made that NATO’s behavior over the past two decades has exacerbated tensions with Russia. He begins his rebuttal with a drive-by smear that is increasingly in vogue among neoconservatives, dismissing such arguments...

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