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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    In Connections We Trust
    Apr13

    In Connections We Trust

    Is there a way to develop a country where there is virtually no trust in the state? If someone thinks so, please let us know. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Russia Pushes Back ‘Putin’s Bridge’ to Annexed Crimea by a Year
    Apr13

    Russia Pushes Back ‘Putin’s Bridge’ to Annexed Crimea by a Year

    April 13, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Russia’s Gazprom Challenges $3.4 Bln Fine From Ukraine
    Apr13

    Russia’s Gazprom Challenges $3.4 Bln Fine From Ukraine

    April 13, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Russian Internet Tycoon Reaching for the Stars
    Apr13

    Russian Internet Tycoon Reaching for the Stars

    Milner pledges $100 million and enlists Hawking and Zuckerberg in space quest. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukrainian parliament extends moratorium on Russian eurobond payments
    Apr13

    Ukrainian parliament extends moratorium on Russian eurobond payments

    Verkhonva Rada of Ukraine (Ukrainian parliament) voted for a termless moratorium on payment of Eurobonds on the loan granted to Ukraine by the Russian Federation in December 2013. 242 MPs voted for the bill in the first reading. Presenting the bill, Deputy of the Minister of Finance of Ukraine Oksana Markarova explained, that in case […]...

    Saakashvili delivered an ultimatum to Poroshenko
    Apr13

    Saakashvili delivered an ultimatum to Poroshenko

    Odesa Regional Governor Mikheil Saakashvili has demanded that the country’s president and government form a government of people’s trust. “We demand, first of all, that this collusion and conspiracy about government be stopped. I am urging people’s deputies not to vote for the new government under the conditions that have been...

    Yatsenyuk’s Resignation and the Formation of Ukraine’s Next Government
    Apr13

    Yatsenyuk’s Resignation and the Formation of Ukraine’s Next Government

    With Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk’s resignation, President Petro Poroshenko has entrusted the mission of creating a new cabinet to his close associate, Volodymyr Hroysman, believed to be a reformer. However, the next prime minister will be held hostage by the president’s strategy of half-hearted reform and temporary compromise...

    New Open Europe report: A blueprint for successful trade, immigration and regulation in the event of Brexit
    Apr13

    New Open Europe report: A blueprint for successful trade, immigration and regulation in the event of Brexit

    New Open Europe report: A blueprint for successful trade, immigration and regulation in the event of BrexitOpen Europe has today released a new report looking in detail at what approach the UK should take to trade, immigration and regulation in the event of a Brexit. The report argues that there is likely to be a small negative economic cost from...

    Time is running out for rule of law in Ukraine.
    Apr13

    Time is running out for rule of law in Ukraine.

    There is a real risk that reforms will stall now that the country has moved from the unsustainable Yanukovych corruption levels to the sustainable Kuchma levels that allowed some to become extremely rich while the vast majority remained structurally poor …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Peculiarities of Public Opinion in Belarus
    Apr12

    Peculiarities of Public Opinion in Belarus

    The new (March) quarterly survey by the Western-funded Independent Institute for Socio-Economic and Political Studies (IISEPS)—a polling firm widely considered by Western experts to be the most reputable such organization operating inside Belarus—confirmed a fundamental cultural proximity between Belarus and Russia. According to the results,...

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