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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Pressure on Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Occupied Crimea Intensifies
    Jun17

    Pressure on Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Occupied Crimea Intensifies

    While not daring to provoke international protest by openly banning the Ukrainian Orthodox Church under the Kyiv Patriarchate, the occupation regime has from the outset done everything to drive its clergy and believers away, including the latest eviction and attacks on churches. Archbishop Kliment says that the pressure is mounting and he has...

    Kremlin Propaganda in Czech Republic plays long game to sow distrust in EU
    Jun17

    Kremlin Propaganda in Czech Republic plays long game to sow distrust in EU

    Sowing distrust and disbelief in Europe and its institutions is the main aim of Russian propaganda in the Czech Republic, according to a new study. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    East-West Standoff in Europe Becoming Progressively Institutionalized
    Jun17

    East-West Standoff in Europe Becoming Progressively Institutionalized

    While continuing to exchange barbs, the West and Russia are building a more institutionalized pattern of standoff in Europe that involves increasingly predictable tit-for-tat mirrored actions. Both sides profess their actions to be purely defensive, but these are increasingly robust defenses. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO)...

    Ukraine’s New Reform Plan Is Better but Not Radical Enough
    Jun16

    Ukraine’s New Reform Plan Is Better but Not Radical Enough

    Two months ago, the Ukrainian parliament appointed Volodymyr Groisman as the country’s new prime minister. “I will show you how the country should be managed,” he said in his appointment speech. Groisman’s predecessor Arseniy Yatsenyuk was widely criticized for lacking a detailed action plan, so the new prime minister began managing...

    Russia’s Military: Assessment, Strategy, and Threat
    Jun16

    Russia’s Military: Assessment, Strategy, and Threat

    Russia’s actions in Crimea, eastern Ukraine, and Syria have demonstrated the reemergence of the Russian military as one of the Kremlin’s most effective foreign policy tools. The success of these campaigns comes as a result of major military reform and modernization efforts that began in 2008. What changes led to today’s revamped...

    Russian Lawmakers Want to Get Rid of Extremist Law
    Jun16

    Russian Lawmakers Want to Get Rid of Extremist Law

    Critics of law may have found an unlikely ally – the party of infamous nationalist Vladimir Zhirinovsky, known for his … extremist statements. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    White House Plans to Commit $220 Million in New Assistance to Ukraine
    Jun16

    White House Plans to Commit $220 Million in New Assistance to Ukraine

    June 16, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    US, NATO Boost Aid to Beleaguered Ukraine
    Jun16

    US, NATO Boost Aid to Beleaguered Ukraine

    The war in eastern Ukraine has taken its toll on the economy. This should help. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Bulgaria refuses to join NATO Black Sea fleet against Russia
    Jun16

    Bulgaria refuses to join NATO Black Sea fleet against Russia

    Bulgaria has refused to take part in a joint ‘common NATO’ fleet of Romania Ukraine and Turkey, aimed at deterring Russia in the Black Sea, the Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov announced today (16 June). The Bulgarian Prime Minister said that he had refused the proposal for such a fleet made by Romanian President Klaus […]...

    Gazprom warns of steep gas transit cuts via Ukraine after 2020
    Jun16

    Gazprom warns of steep gas transit cuts via Ukraine after 2020

    Russian gas transit to Europe via Ukraine will fall steeply after 2020 once state gas giant Gazprom has built a new pipeline under the Baltic Sea, Gazprom head Alexei Miller said today (16 June). …read more Source:...

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