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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    The Continuing Conflict between Russia and Ukraine: Multiple Perspectives
    Apr12

    The Continuing Conflict between Russia and Ukraine: Multiple Perspectives

    Two years after the occupation of Crimea, the conflict between Russia and Ukraine remains unresolved. Millions of internally displaced persons, deepening humanitarian crisis in Eastern Ukraine, continued “hybrid” warfare, multiple economic and social hardships – these are just few of the consequences of this frozen, festering conflict. On the eve...

    Constitution Making in Ukraine: Refocusing the Debate
    Apr12

    Constitution Making in Ukraine: Refocusing the Debate

    Ukraine’s reformers have largely ignored the key issue of the separation of powers. The EU should help put this important priority back on the agenda. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Talks On Forming New Ukraine Government Continue
    Apr12

    Talks On Forming New Ukraine Government Continue

    Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. Czech Republic. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Zhirinovsky for Eternity
    Apr12

    Zhirinovsky for Eternity

    Controversial Russian nationalist politician cast in bronze. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    How to Solve Ukraine’s Security Dilemma
    Apr12

    How to Solve Ukraine’s Security Dilemma

    The Case for a New Security Pact between the Baltic and Black Seas A main reason for the recent escalation of tensions in Eastern Europe is the absence of an effective security structure encompassing such militarily weak countries as Moldova, Georgia, and Ukraine. While Ukrainian public opinion has recently made a U-turn from a rejection to an...

    “Putin’s Not Finished,” Warns Former Defense Official Evelyn Farkas
    Apr12

    “Putin’s Not Finished,” Warns Former Defense Official Evelyn Farkas

    On April 5, Russian President Vladimir Putin suddenly announced creation of a National Guard, of up to 400,000 personnel, to control drug trafficking and terrorism.But former Pentagon adviser Evelyn Farkas has a different take: “I see this as riot control.”Putin is distracting attention from bad economic news, due to sanctions, she said. “This...

    Donald Trump Challenges Washington’s Bipartisan War Lobby: Developing a Foreign Policy for America
    Apr12

    Donald Trump Challenges Washington’s Bipartisan War Lobby: Developing a Foreign Policy for America

    Doug Bandow Donald Trump has become this season’s campaign phenomenon. He’s broken all the rules. Yet he could become the Republican presidential nominee and maybe even president. GOP elites are in a frenzy. The Neoconservatives and ultra-hawks who have dominated Republican foreign policy for more than a decade are considering...

    Putin ordered to betray Armenia.
    Apr12

    Putin ordered to betray Armenia.

    …The Kremlin realized in time that they are playing with fire and a slight movement of his hands betrayed his last ally. Why not? Armenia still will not go away – it has nowhere to go. This means that its place – under the bench. What will happen next? Nothing special. Armenia will return to the negotiating table. And the Azerbaijani army...

    The Baltics Versus Russian Media
    Apr12

    The Baltics Versus Russian Media

    Latvians bans another Russian media outlet while Estonia says it will just monitor, for now, and Lithuania is the victim of a cyberattack. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Now they come for the oligarchs.
    Apr12

    Now they come for the oligarchs.

    /NEP (New Economic Policy) ended, it is time of KGB routine …/ – GCSSI. … On the agenda of privatization of assets – “the return of property to the people” – Putin can enter the electoral cycle in 2018. Review of the results of privatization has been a taboo subject for the Russian policy for years, and now it is time to reopen the strategic...

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