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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    The “Lisa case”: Germany as a target of Russian disinformation
    Aug04

    The “Lisa case”: Germany as a target of Russian disinformation

    Germany‘s leading role in the Ukraine crisis, Angela Merkel’s consequent position on sanctions against Russia and her leadership in Europe make the German government a core target of Russian disinformation. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Winning the Information War – important new report
    Aug04

    Winning the Information War – important new report

    How has Russia’s pollution of the information space shaped international discourse on alliances, organizations, public institutions and mainstream media? What can be done to filter these digital toxins from our democratic system? …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    French MPs paid from Russian coffers for Crimea propaganda trip?
    Aug04

    French MPs paid from Russian coffers for Crimea propaganda trip?

    So how much do French parliamentarians take for their collaboration and propaganda services in justifying the invasion and occupation of the invasion and occupation of Ukrainian Crimea and muffling grave human rights abuses? Why are French elected representatives taking money from a Foundation almost certainly funded by Moscow? …read more...

    Ukraine: Alone but not forgotten
    Aug03

    Ukraine: Alone but not forgotten

    Video | Pelageya is 89. She lives alone in an old house in Blagodatne village, in the Donetsk region. She needs daily medical assistance and help around the house. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

    Saakashvili in Odesa: When Making Waves is Not Enough
    Aug03

    Saakashvili in Odesa: When Making Waves is Not Enough

    A year after my Atlantic Council blog post on Mikheil Saakashvili’s first fifty days as Odesa oblast governor, it’s time to reexamine his record. The results are mixed: his brisk and spectacular first wins soon hit the skids. The Presidential Administration’s promised support evaporated in late 2015 and Saakashvili’s many...

    Trump’s Dangerous Bromance with Putin Is a National Security Threat
    Aug03

    Trump’s Dangerous Bromance with Putin Is a National Security Threat

    Russia’s recent hacking attacks on the Clinton campaign, the Democratic National Committee, and the party’s fundraising committee for candidates for the US House of Representatives reflect Moscow’s view that it is in a state of political war with the United States, if not the West. Efforts to take down Western political...

    UN Records Highest Casualties in Eastern Ukraine in a Year
    Aug03

    UN Records Highest Casualties in Eastern Ukraine in a Year

    August 3, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    How the International Media Enables Russian Aggression in Ukraine
    Aug03

    How the International Media Enables Russian Aggression in Ukraine

    If anyone had attempted to report on “German-backed forces” in Nazi-occupied France or “pro-Soviet forces” during the Prague Spring, they would have been dismissed as either hopelessly misinformed or deeply disingenuous. While local collaborators and convenient euphemisms were plentiful in both instances, there was never...

    The Russian Bear on the Prowl
    Aug03

    The Russian Bear on the Prowl

    Vladimir Putin continues to taunt the US and Europe at every turn by testing NATO’s resolve, propping up Assad, provoking Ukraine, and even doing what he can to further complicate the migrant crisis. Domestically, Russia’s involvement in hacking the Democratic National Convention is in question. Heather Conley, Senior Vice President...

    Can Japan tempt Russia into an alliance against China?
    Aug03

    Can Japan tempt Russia into an alliance against China?

    Russia, and the Soviet Union before it, has traditionally been on Japan’s diplomatic radar mostly by virtue of its proximity and sheer influence. The two countries’ bilateral ties have been frosty at best, however, thanks to a decades-old territorial dispute over the South Kuril islands, referred to in Japan as the Northern...

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