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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    The relationship with Russia: troublesome but multi-faceted
    Mar29

    The relationship with Russia: troublesome but multi-faceted

    The tragedy about the poisoning of the former Russian spy Skripal (and his daughter) in Salisbury has brought to light a number of phenomena related to the European Union’s CFSP: solidarity as well as rapidity. The decisions taken have triggered solidarity from other (third) countries and NATO within a couple of days. Have we then finally...

    Ryanair to Begin Ukraine Flights
    Mar29

    Ryanair to Begin Ukraine Flights

    Ryanair flights will begin serving two airports in Ukraine from October 2018. Ryanair is expecting to deliver 800,000 customers per year, flying 10 new routes to Kyiv (from Barcelona, Bratislava, Gdansk, Krakow, London Stansted, Poznan, Stockholm, Vilnius, Warsaw and Wroclaw) and 5 new routes to Lviv routes (Dusseldorf, Krakow, London Stansted,...

    What Does Russia’s Presidential Election Mean for Ukraine?
    Mar28

    What Does Russia’s Presidential Election Mean for Ukraine?

    Improved bilateral relations between Kyiv and Moscow can only be expected in the post-Putin and post-Poroshenko era. …read more Source: Carnegie...

    Ukraine Reform Monitor: March 2018

    Reforms in Ukraine have taken a back seat during a protracted season of electoral politics. A key question is whether the rival factions can compete peacefully and avoid destabilizing the country again. …read more Source: Carnegie...

    Watch List: March 28, 2018
    Mar28

    Watch List: March 28, 2018

    The items listed below represent potential emerging issues that our analysts are tracking. These can be long term or short term, but will be updated daily. If an item on our Watch List becomes critical, we will email you a full analysis explaining its significance. Each Saturday, we will follow up our daily Watch List for each week with our...

    ’11th Europe Ukraine Forum’
    Mar28

    ’11th Europe Ukraine Forum’

    13-14. March 2018 Rzeszów – Poland Ágnes Szunomár in the panel: “Reconstruction and Development of Railway Connections Between Ukraine and the V4 Countries as an Opportunity to Strenghten Economic Ties”. Whereas András Deák in the panel: “What Can Be the Price for Détente in Russia-West Relations and Who is Going to Pay for It?” More info here...

    Invitation: Ukraine Breakfast Debate with Vladyslav Herasymenko, analyst at the think tank texty.org
    Mar28

    Invitation: Ukraine Breakfast Debate with Vladyslav Herasymenko, analyst at the think tank texty.org

    5 April 2018, Berlin We are pleased to invite you to our sixth Ukraine Breakfast Debate on Thursday, 5 April 2018 from 8.30 to 10.30 a.m. on the topic of “Open Data – how do the collection of data and free access to them influence the reform process in Ukraine?” Vladyslav Herasymenko, analyst at the think tank texty.org, will discuss the...

    Collective Defense or Unilateral Action: Poland’s Strategic Dilemma in the Baltics
    Mar28

    Collective Defense or Unilateral Action: Poland’s Strategic Dilemma in the Baltics

    In 1999, Poland joined the NATO Alliance. Ever since, collective defense has been at the heart of Poland’s national security strategy. But recent changes in Europe’s strategic environment may be leading Poland to think twice about whether collective defense alone can guarantee its security. The combination of a more aggressive Russia,...

    The Ideologue’s Case Against Iran
    Mar28

    The Ideologue’s Case Against Iran

    By Jacob L. Shapiro Imagine a country – a Muslim majority country, no less – that viewed the spread of jihadism as an existential threat, a threat so serious that it was willing to sacrifice its own people to defeat it. Assume that this country, with its large population, robust military and plentiful natural resources, was strong enough to keep...

    KPMG Positive About M&A Growth in Ukraine
    Mar28

    KPMG Positive About M&A Growth in Ukraine

    After successive years of decline, 2017 finally saw Ukrainian M&A return to growth, both in terms of deal flow (22 per cent) and the aggregate value of transactions announced (37 per cent). However, deal activity remains well below the recent peak of 2013, and at just under one per cent of GDP, Ukrainian M&A1 is four times lower than the...

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