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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Now Is Not the Time to Scrap the Minsk Agreement
    Jun29

    Now Is Not the Time to Scrap the Minsk Agreement

    A Reply to David J. Kramer Editor’s Note: On June 22, Ambassador John Herbst and David J. Kramer debated whether we should bury the Minsk agreement, the troubled ceasefire agreement in Ukraine, at an Atlantic Council event in Washington, DC. Their remarks have been adapted from the debate.Ukraine’s discussion of the war with Russia...

    It’s Time to Scrap Minsk
    Jun29

    It’s Time to Scrap Minsk

    Editor’s Note: On June 22, Ambassador John Herbst and David Kramer debated whether we should bury the Minsk agreement, the troubled ceasefire agreement in Ukraine, at an Atlantic Council event in Washington, DC. Their remarks have been adapted from the debate.The Minsk ceasefire agreement, signed February 15, 2015, by the leaders of Russia,...

    The war of the cold words: Russia, the West and propaganda
    Jun29

    The war of the cold words: Russia, the West and propaganda

    Superficially, Russian Culture Minister Vladimir Medinsky’s recent claim that Netflix was a CIA plot resembles another excitable pronouncement from a Kremlin hierarchy increasingly out of touch with reality. The same goes for the regularly inflammatory comments of Dmitry Rogozin, the possible successor to Vladimir Putin, who famously warned...

    Using Democracy as a Weapon
    Jun29

    Using Democracy as a Weapon

    There was something obscenely ironic about Kremlin officials and surrogates cheering the results of the Brexit referendum, given that a similar democratic exercise could never take place in Vladimir Putin’s Russia. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Human rights activist faces 2-year sentence under Russia’s notorious ‘foreign agent’ law
    Jun29

    Human rights activist faces 2-year sentence under Russia’s notorious ‘foreign agent’ law

    If convicted of ‘maliciously evading’ compliance with the demands of Russia’s law on ‘foreign agents’, human rights activist Valentina Cherevatenko could face up to 2 years’ imprisonment. Her organization’s problems began after initiating a project aimed at monitoring implementation of the Minsk Agreement on the war...

    Human rights activist faces 2-year sentence under Russia’s notorious ‘foreign agent’ law
    Jun29

    Human rights activist faces 2-year sentence under Russia’s notorious ‘foreign agent’ law

    If convicted of ‘maliciously evading’ compliance with the demands of Russia’s law on ‘foreign agents’, human rights activist Valentina Cherevatenko could face up to 2 years’ imprisonment. Her organization’s problems began after initiating a project aimed at monitoring implementation of the Minsk Agreement on the war...

    Using Democracy as a Weapon
    Jun29

    Using Democracy as a Weapon

    There was something obscenely ironic about Kremlin officials and surrogates cheering the results of the Brexit referendum, given that a similar democratic exercise could never take place in Vladimir Putin’s Russia. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Minsk Fears Moscow May Organize Hybrid War and Color Revolution in Belarus
    Jun28

    Minsk Fears Moscow May Organize Hybrid War and Color Revolution in Belarus

    Many governments in the post-Soviet space fear they may be threatened by a color revolution; others are worried that they will become victims of a hybrid war. But Belarus is worried about both at the same time, something that makes it difficult for Minsk to cope because the challenges posed by the one and those posed by the other are quite...

    Putin Bluffs on Challenging NATO
    Jun28

    Putin Bluffs on Challenging NATO

    President Vladimir Putin has reacted cautiously and avoided outright triumphalism over the Brexit of the United Kingdom from the European Union, while much of his recent comments on the forthcoming presidential election in the United States also reflect an attitude of circumspection. Whereas, the visit of Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu to the...

    Ukraine Fears Political Consequences of Brexit Vote
    Jun28

    Ukraine Fears Political Consequences of Brexit Vote

    While the global media is busy discussing mainly the economic consequences of the Brexit vote, Ukraine is wary of the political ones. On the one hand, the significance of the United Kingdom as an export market for Ukraine is quite small. And the ensuing turbulence in the debt markets stemming from the UK’s decision to leave the European...

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