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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Fine-Tuning EU Support for Ukrainian Democratization
    Apr06

    Fine-Tuning EU Support for Ukrainian Democratization

    The EU needs to step up its support for Ukraine’s still-fragile democracy, focusing on the three areas of conditionality, decentralization, and engagement with civil society. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Can Ukraine Achieve Reform Breakthrough?
    Apr06

    Can Ukraine Achieve Reform Breakthrough?

    Tue19AprInvitation OnlyResearch EventCan Ukraine Achieve Reform Breakthrough?19 Apr 2016 – 14:30 to 18:00Add to CalendariCalendar Outlook Google Yahoo Chatham House, London, UKRussia and Eurasia Programme, Ukraine ForumParticipantsHilb Vyshlinski, Executive Director, Centre for Economic Strategy, UkraineJohn Lough, Associate Fellow, Russia...

    Panama Papers: it’s the drip-drip effect Vladimir Putin will be worrying about
    Apr06

    Panama Papers: it’s the drip-drip effect Vladimir Putin will be worrying about

    The early Russian media reaction to the claims from the Panama Papers that Putin’s close associate channelled more than $2 billion to offshore companies has been quite predictable: a combination of denial, counter-claims of poor journalism and, of course, silence. In a country where the state has significant control over media outlets and...

    Referendum in the Netherlands: A Vote on the EU or a Vote on the European Path of Ukraine?
    Apr06

    Referendum in the Netherlands: A Vote on the EU or a Vote on the European Path of Ukraine?

    Today the Netherlands hold a referendum on the EU Association Agreement with Ukraine. The latest polls show a small lead for the opponents of the Agreement. …read more Source: Konrad Adenauer...

    Russia’s success in Syria signals an emerging multipolar world order
    Apr06

    Russia’s success in Syria signals an emerging multipolar world order

    The silence from Western capitals as ISIS fled Palmyra was as deafening as it was understandable. In Syria, history has refused to follow the script. On 2 October last year, US President Barack Obama warned that ‘a military solution alone. . . an attempt by Russia and Iran to prop up Assad is just going to get them stuck in a quagmire and...

    NOBODY was jailed for ripping up portrait of Poroshenko!
    Apr06

    NOBODY was jailed for ripping up portrait of Poroshenko!

    It is clear why the Russian media joined the defendant and his far-right friends in claiming that his 4.5 year sentence had been for destroying a portrait of the President, but why did the Ukrainian media so happily repeat the nonsense? …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Untangling Plans for Russia’s Military Force Structure
    Apr06

    Untangling Plans for Russia’s Military Force Structure

    Russia’s Ground Forces are moving away from the brigade-based structure of the “New Look” reforms to form divisions in the western strategic direction. This involves the formation of three divisions in western Russia, with two being constituted in the Western Military District (MD) and one in the Southern MD. This is mainly cast as a...

    Why the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Matters: A Primer
    Apr05

    Why the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Matters: A Primer

    Last weekend sustained fighting erupted in the Azerbaijani province of Nagorno-Karabakh, which has been occupied by Armenia for more than 20 years, and has been the site of a low-intensity conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia for that entire period. By the time the weekend was over, at least three dozen were dead, with both sides laying the...

    Ukraine: The case for &#146voor&#146 in the Dutch Referendum
    Apr05

    Ukraine: The case for &#146voor&#146 in the Dutch Referendum

    The European Union must ensure that it has a realistic and effective policy towards its East. And entering into agreements which encourage greater integration and cooperation with these countries is the only way of doing that. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    The Next Era of U.S.-Russia Relations
    Apr05

    The Next Era of U.S.-Russia Relations

    A panel discussion with: Thomas Graham, Managing Director, Kissinger Associates, Inc. Nikolai Zlobin, President, Center on Global Interests Andrew Kuchins, Senior Fellow, Georgetown University On the eve of a new presidential administration, U.S. policy toward Russia has shifted from reset to isolation over conflicts in Ukraine and Syria. As the...

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