: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Russia stepped back and will not go to full-scale war with Ukraine – Newsweek.
    Aug22

    Russia stepped back and will not go to full-scale war with Ukraine – Newsweek.

    August 22, 2016 … Private intelligence agencies reported that Russian troops, which the Kremlin has deployed near Ukraine, fuel and ammunition for one day only. Therefore, they are not ready for large-scale operation. The story of the so-called saboteurs in occupied Crimea and subsequent to this statement Russian President Vladimir Putin about...

    Follow the Money Trail for Source of ‘Russian Threat’ Paranoia
    Aug22

    Follow the Money Trail for Source of ‘Russian Threat’ Paranoia

    You’d have to have been locked in a wardrobe if you live in the West not to have heard ominous phrases like “The Russian threat”, “Russian aggression in Europe” and “Russia set to invade Poland/Estonia/ Ukraine/Finland.” Certain people are trying to scare us witless about Russia and the “threat” the country apparently poses. The hysteria...

    Lack of Reforms Has Turned Ukraine into a Vulnerable Basket Case
    Aug22

    Lack of Reforms Has Turned Ukraine into a Vulnerable Basket Case

    Marian L. Tupy Ukraine is back in the news. The country’s conflict with Russia, which has been ongoing since 2014, is heating up again. There is a real possibility that Russian dictator Vladimir Putin will try to grab even more Ukrainian territory in the months to come. The Russians are suffering from an economic downturn caused by Western...

    Denmark Lectures America on NATO
    Aug22

    Denmark Lectures America on NATO

    Doug Bandow Denmark is a shrimp in the European ocean. A pleasant place to live, it is a geopolitical nullity. No one much cares what the Danes think about the world because, they can’t do much to change it. Of course, not unless they gain control of another nation’s military, most notably, that of the United States, the biggest whale...

    Hillary Clinton Could Easily Push America into Open Conflict with Russia
    Aug22

    Hillary Clinton Could Easily Push America into Open Conflict with Russia

    Ted Galen Carpenter One especially disturbing trend in global affairs is the marked deterioration in relations between the United States and Russia. Much will depend on the outcome of the upcoming U.S. presidential election. Donald Trump has staked out a reasonably conciliatory policy toward Moscow. And in the highly improbable event that...

    U.S. Closes in on Ukraine’s Firtash
    Aug22

    U.S. Closes in on Ukraine’s Firtash

    The mega-wealthy businessman, who once partnered with Donald Trump’s former campaign manager, loses another round in extradition fight. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Putin flies into Crimea amid war games and tension
    Aug22

    Putin flies into Crimea amid war games and tension

    Vladimir Putin flew into annexed Crimea on 19 August, a day after staging war games there, and said he hoped Ukraine would see “common sense” when it came to resolving a diplomatic crisis over the peninsula. …read more Source:...

    Manafort exit unlikely to end Trump’s Russian fetish
    Aug22

    Manafort exit unlikely to end Trump’s Russian fetish

    At the start of this strange US presidential election cycle only a hubristic Vladimir Putin might have expected that he and the Russian-influenced world would play such a prominent role, beyond that is the usual Reaganesque invocations of the former Soviet Union’s inherently evil nature. Yet the resignation of Donald Trump’s campaign...

    What Should We Do About Crimea?
    Aug22

    What Should We Do About Crimea?

    Is Crimea about to explode? The mainstream media reports that Russia has amassed troops on the border with Ukraine and may be spoiling for a fight. The Russians claim to have stopped a Ukrainian sabotage team that snuck into Crimea to attack key infrastructure. The Russian military is holding exercises in Crimea and Russian President Vladimir...

    The West Has a Ukraine Challenge, and It’s Not Going Away
    Aug22

    The West Has a Ukraine Challenge, and It’s Not Going Away

    The Kremlin has found that Ukraine is too big to swallow. Nonetheless, despite Russia’s international isolation, sanctions against it, decline in oil prices, and subsequent recession, the Kremlin has not changed its Ukraine agenda …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Page 359 of 955

    Pin It on Pinterest