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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Information war monitor for Central Europe: August 2016
    Sep14

    Information war monitor for Central Europe: August 2016

    By Lóránt Győri, Péter Krekó, Jakub Janda, Veronika Víchová, Daniel Milo, Katarína Klingová. Photo: Flickr|greenzowie, licensed by CC BY-NC-ND 2.0GLOBSEC Policy Institute’s bi-weekly overview of conventional and social media discourse in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia monitors propaganda and disinformation attempts, as well as...

    What does the Bratislava Summit have to say about Russia?
    Sep14

    What does the Bratislava Summit have to say about Russia?

    By Alena Kudzko. Photo: Flickr|Larry Koester, licensed by CC-BY-2.0Nothing and a lot.There will be no grand joint statement on relations with Russia when 27 leaders convene in Bratislava on Friday.And that’s not only because it’s an “informal” summit. The Summit is expected to focus on areas that the 28-1 leaders can agree on....

    Culture Under Threat: Odesa Philharmonic Orchestra as Case Study
    Sep14

    Culture Under Threat: Odesa Philharmonic Orchestra as Case Study

    In the last two years, it has become routine to acknowledge that the Maidan revolution unleashed torrents of creative energy in Ukraine. Myriad articles have been written about the ferment of cultural activity taking place across every discipline. Yet classic cultural institutions and performing arts groups continue to face many of the same...

    The IWP presented the survey on the priorities of Ukraine’s foreign policy
    Sep14

    The IWP presented the survey on the priorities of Ukraine’s foreign policy

    On September 14th, the Institute of World Policy presented the results of the sociological survey “What should be Ukraine’s foreign policy?” …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Belarus Elections: Invisible, But Not Trivial
    Sep14

    Belarus Elections: Invisible, But Not Trivial

    Photo by Serge Serebro In what may well qualify as their country’s most invisible election ever, Belarusians went to vote for a new parliament last Sunday (11 September). Only once the polls closed did the ballot draw broader attention: for the first time in over a decade a pair of opposition-minded candidates made it into the House of...

    Russian Hackers Release Medical Records of Top U.S. Athletes
    Sep14

    Russian Hackers Release Medical Records of Top U.S. Athletes

    Revelations about Simone Biles and Williams sisters clearly meant as payback for the doping ban that prevented dozens of Russian athletes from competing in Rio. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    European Security Without the UK? No, thanks.
    Sep14

    European Security Without the UK? No, thanks.

    By Kacper Rekawek On 16 September 2016 Bratislava will host a rare and headline grabbing event – an “informal” EU Summit with all but one EU leader present. As a seemingly logical consequence of the Brexit vote, the UK prime minister will not attend a meeting devoted to the future of the EU after the recent British vote. This is, however, more...

    Why the West Ignores Russia’s Wars
    Sep14

    Why the West Ignores Russia’s Wars

    This month will mark one year since the beginning of Russia’s intervention in Syria and two and a half years since its invasion of Ukraine’s Donbas region. In Syria, Russia has indiscriminately bombed inhabited areas using virtually every type of conventional munition in its arsenal—thermobaric, cluster, and incendiary—killing around...

    Keystone of the system. Old and new oligarchs in Ukraine
    Sep14

    Keystone of the system. Old and new oligarchs in Ukraine

    More than two years after the Maidan revolution, it is fully justified to say that the oligarchic system remains a key mechanism in Ukraine’s political and economic life. While it is true that the influence of the formerly most powerful oligarchic groups has eroded during this period, no such group except for the Family, i.e. the oligarchic...

    Why the UK can’t just pick and choose from the EU menu after Brexit
    Sep14

    Why the UK can’t just pick and choose from the EU menu after Brexit

    The union is not an à la carte system. ShutterstockOne of the many as yet unanswered questions thrown up by the Brexit vote is what form the future relationship between the UK and the EU will take. Much attention up until this point has focused on existing models for relations. Will Brexit Britain seek to stay in the European Economic Area or...

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