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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Yemen: Militias Vying for Control
    May23

    Yemen: Militias Vying for Control

    Al-Qa’ida and Houthi rebels compete to fill the vacuum created by the absence of a functioning central government in Yemen.Since Yemen descended into chaos in late 2014, Al-Qa’ida in the Arabian Peninsula has significantly expanded in terms of territory, membership and resources.The collapse of the central state in 2015 provided the...

    Ripping buckles./Borders have to tightly resealed.
    May23

    Ripping buckles./Borders have to tightly resealed.

    / Object and purpose for the military, as well as all security services – close tightly on all sides the Russian reservation / – GCSSI. May 22, 2016 Why NATO to the eastern borders are moved urgently whole team US Armed Forces? Why did Germany, France and Italy put divisions of ground forces in Poland, the Baltic countries? Why Turkish Navy...

    U.S.-Russia Relations and the New Euro-Atlantic Security: Time for a Smart Investment
    May23

    U.S.-Russia Relations and the New Euro-Atlantic Security: Time for a Smart Investment

    The current Euro-Atlantic security system provides security for the included, but undermines the security of the excluded May 23, 2016 By Valeriia Bondareva The security architecture in Europe as it exists today has been increasingly unable to implement its main mission – to provide peace and security in Europe. The breakout of crises in Georgia...

    Cabinet announces Pension Fund bankrupt
    May23

    Cabinet announces Pension Fund bankrupt

    Pension Fund of Ukraine has been announced bankrupt, because more than half of its budget is subsidised from the state budget. Minister of Social Policy of Ukraine Andriy Reva informed about this. As Reva said, the Pension Fund budget is UAH 257 billion, of which 145 billion are a subsidy. Pension Fund deficit was UAH […] …read more Source:...

    ​Minsk is not working, but Kiev should stay with it
    May23

    ​Minsk is not working, but Kiev should stay with it

    The Minsk arrangements that were supposed to resolve the conflict in the Donbas region in eastern Ukraine have not been implemented. Ukrainians and others increasingly question whether it is time to abandon the Minsk process. The Ukrainian government, however, should not do so, as it would dangerously undermine Kyiv’s position. Negotiators...

    Russian Soldiers Convicted in Ukraine to Appeal for Clemency
    May23

    Russian Soldiers Convicted in Ukraine to Appeal for Clemency

    The Moscow Times. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Ukraine’s Parliament Is Getting a Facelift, but Will it Make a Difference?
    May23

    Ukraine’s Parliament Is Getting a Facelift, but Will it Make a Difference?

    The newly elected Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada, Andriy Parubiy, wasted no time in announcing a series of internal reforms for the Ukrainian parliament, which has long been the most hated institution of public life. In the latest International Republican Institute (IRI) poll, 88 percent of Ukrainians viewed the institution unfavorably....

    Here’s how smart power could help the UK reach 100% renewable energy
    May23

    Here’s how smart power could help the UK reach 100% renewable energy

    from www.shutterstock.comBoth Portugal and Germany have recently succeeded in meeting almost all of their power needs using renewable energy. But at the moment, the UK falls far short of this feat. In 2015, less than a quarter of the country’s energy was generated from renewable power sources such as wind, solar, hydro and bio-energy. If...

    Putin’s Russia: Concocting an Ideology to Justify an Estrangement
    May23

    Putin’s Russia: Concocting an Ideology to Justify an Estrangement

    President Putin’s rush to engage with Orthodox Christianity has more to do with politics than piety as he emphasises the differences between Russia and the rest of Europe.It may have escaped most people’s attention – especially the attention of most Europeans for whom Easter is now merely an occasion to buy funny-shaped chocolates –...

    Europe’s ‘Principled Pragmatism’ on the South China Sea
    May23

    Europe’s ‘Principled Pragmatism’ on the South China Sea

    As China flexes its muscles in the South China Sea, the EU is trying to balance supporting the rule of law with its need to maintain good relations with Beijing.In The Gathering Storm, Winston Churchill wrote that ‘It is always more easy to discover and proclaim general principles than to apply them.’The highly anticipated decision of the...

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