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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Can Ukraine Achieve a Reform Breakthrough?
    Apr08

    Can Ukraine Achieve a Reform Breakthrough?

    Chatham House. United Kingdom. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Putin’s National Guard: What Does It Mean?
    Apr08

    Putin’s National Guard: What Does It Mean?

    April 8, 2016 In each installment of “CGI Asks,” a selection of experts respond to a question about developments related to Russia and the broader region. This week, we asked what was behind Russian President Vladimir’s decision to establish a new military body, the National Guard. Mark Galeotti, Professor of Global Affairs, New York...

    Why the West Should Care about Nagorno Karabakh and Act
    Apr08

    Why the West Should Care about Nagorno Karabakh and Act

    Transatlantic TakeThe conflict in Ukraine and the massive influx of refugees from the Middle East and beyond have shown that the European Union is only as secure as its neighborhood. As long as the EU is surrounded by so-called “frozen conflicts,” its interests may be compromised. In the region the EU calls its “Eastern neighborhood,” there are...

    David Cameron’s Panama nightmare cuts to the core of his image problem – as EU referendum looms
    Apr08

    David Cameron’s Panama nightmare cuts to the core of his image problem – as EU referendum looms

    What a long week it’s been for David Cameron. And as with so many political crises, when this one began, it apparently had little to do with him at all. While the super-rich have long been criticised for creatively minimising their tax burdens, the actual details of these arrangements have usually been hidden. But then the German newspaper...

    What Trump Got Right about U.S. Allies
    Apr08

    What Trump Got Right about U.S. Allies

    Doug Bandow Many of Donald Trump’s most disagreeable policy positions are also those that garner the most media attention. Occasionally, though, his opinions also reflect basic common sense. Consider his recent argument that Washington’s prosperous allies in Asia and Europe don’t pay enough in return for U.S. defense guarantees....

    Here’s What the Research Reveals About the Violence in Nagorno Karabakh — and How ‘Freezing’ Conflicts Can Backfire
    Apr08

    Here’s What the Research Reveals About the Violence in Nagorno Karabakh — and How ‘Freezing’ Conflicts Can Backfire

    Are “frozen conflicts” safely contained? Western policymakers have been talking about “freezing” the standoff between Russia-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine and the Kiev government – in other words, leaving things as they are without a clear agreement. But that’s not a solution, as we can see from what has been happening this month in...

    Putin Says Washington Behind ‘Panama Papers’ Leaks
    Apr08

    Putin Says Washington Behind ‘Panama Papers’ Leaks

    Ukrainian journalists claim Poroshenko’s involvement in offshores far greater than leaked documents reveal. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The Dutch referendum on EU-Ukraine treaty doesn’t signal a step towards Nexit
    Apr08

    The Dutch referendum on EU-Ukraine treaty doesn’t signal a step towards Nexit

    The European Union’s treaty with Ukraine was rebuffed by Dutch voters on April 6 with over 60% rejecting it in a low turnout referendum. The government must now reconsider the treaty. Initiators of the referendum hope that it will be a step towards a “Nexit” – the exit of the Netherlands from the EU. But even if more Dutch referendums are...

    The Dutch rejection of an EU-Ukraine deal isn’t about Ukraine
    Apr08

    The Dutch rejection of an EU-Ukraine deal isn’t about Ukraine

    On Wednesday, Dutch voters rejected—via a consultative referendum—the association agreement of the EU with Ukraine. It is a treaty between the EU, its member states, Euratom, and Ukraine that establishes a political and economic association between the parties. Only about 32 percent of eligible voters showed up, just clearing the 30 percent...

    Turkey, Russia Trade Accusations Over Karabakh Situation
    Apr08

    Turkey, Russia Trade Accusations Over Karabakh Situation

    Some 75 troops have died since the weekend in the worst fighting the South Caucasus hotspot has seen in decades. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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