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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Another Landslide Win For the Status Quo in Belarus
    Sep12

    Another Landslide Win For the Status Quo in Belarus

    But the elections also brought an unexpected win for the opposition, which won two seats in parliamentary election for the first time in 20 years. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Professor Dutkiewicz Featured in CBC News Article
    Sep12

    Professor Dutkiewicz Featured in CBC News Article

    On September 11, 2016, EURUS professor Piotr Dutkiewicz was featured in a CBC News article which addressed Canada’s credibility problem in discussions on Ukraine. The article discusses why Canada was not invited to a meeting about Ukraine, following the G20. Professor Dutkiewicz argues that Canada has been seen as a party to the conflict...

    Kleptocracy Daily: September 12, 2016
    Sep12

    Kleptocracy Daily: September 12, 2016

    A Chinese billionaire may have quietly stashed six percent of the world’s aluminum, worth $2 billion, deep in the Mexican desert. (WSJ) Endemic corruption and oligarch domination are driving a brain drain from Eastern Europe. (Carnegie) London-based Russian oligarch Alexander Zhukov, father-in-law of Roman Abramovich, has been linked to a...

    Ceasefire or not, the air war in Syria is an untold catastrophe
    Sep12

    Ceasefire or not, the air war in Syria is an untold catastrophe

    A new “cessation of hostilities” is beginning in Syria, with the US and Russia preparing to co-ordinate air strikes against militant jihadist factions. If the temporary ceasefire holds for the intended ten days – and there are plenty of observers who don’t expect it to-peace-deal.aspx) – it provides a chance for the embattled government in...

    PUTIN’S WAR IN SYRIA: ITS CAUSES AND STRATEGIC IMPLICATIONS.
    Sep12

    PUTIN’S WAR IN SYRIA: ITS CAUSES AND STRATEGIC IMPLICATIONS.

    Ambassador Giorgi Badridze, Senior Fellow, Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies. …The West must not give in to Kremlin’s interests and blackmail. The West should not pretend that Putin can be a partner in fighting terrorism or stabilizing the Middle East. Russia’s conduct has been based on the Cold War paradigms...

    The Zrada Card
    Sep12

    The Zrada Card

    A sense of destitution and forlornness among Ukrainian journalists led to the prevalence of the zrada (‘betrayal’) and peremoha (‘victory’) themes in the local media. From The London Review of Books. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Crimean taken by force to Russia dies in prison, refused medical care
    Sep12

    Crimean taken by force to Russia dies in prison, refused medical care

    One of the many Ukrainian prisoners forcibly moved to Russia after the latter invaded and occupied Crimea has died in a Russian prison, with the Russian authorities having ignored even the European Court of Human Rights …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Any Vote Is A Vote For Putinism
    Sep12

    Any Vote Is A Vote For Putinism

    Russian opposition politician Garry Kasparov follows Crimean Tatar leader Refat Chubarov and Kyiv in stressing that the international community must refuse to recognize the results of Russia’s parliamentary elections, which it is illegally holding also in occupied Crimea …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Putin will everybody annoy and threaten by the troops not only Ukraine.
    Sep11

    Putin will everybody annoy and threaten by the troops not only Ukraine.

    Putin will everybody annoy and threaten by the troops not only Ukraine – Russian political scientist. September 5 “- But civilizational shift is possible for Russia? – I will answer shortly. In its present form – no. “ On why no one can remove from power of Vladimir Putin, his claim to the division of the world along with the US and the prospects...

    Belarus’s parliamentary elections: Déjà vu?
    Sep10

    Belarus’s parliamentary elections: Déjà vu?

    Written by Naja Bentzen, After 22 years in power, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko’s camp can expect yet another victory in the 11 September parliamentary elections. The weary Belarusian opposition is no threat to the iron-fisted president, who represents stability in uncertain times. What is new, however, is that Lukashenko, who...

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