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    New attempts to force Russian citizenship on Crimean political prisoner
    Jun25

    New attempts to force Russian citizenship on Crimean political prisoner

    Oleksandr Kolchenko, the Ukrainian civic activist tried together with filmmaker Oleg Sentsov on involvement in a non-existent ‘terrorist plot’, has been refused a visit from the Ukrainian consul with the prison authorities claiming that Kolchenko is a Russian national. Most ominously, he is being put under pressure to sign a Russian...

    The “greatest catastrophe” of the 21st century? Brexit and the dissolution of the U.K.
    Jun25

    The “greatest catastrophe” of the 21st century? Brexit and the dissolution of the U.K.

    Twenty-five years ago, in March 1991, shaken by the fall of the Berlin Wall and the rise of nationalist-separatist movements in the Soviet Baltic and Caucasus republics, Mikhail Gorbachev held a historic referendum. He proposed the creation of a new union treaty to save the USSR. The gambit failed. Although a majority of the Soviet population...

    The Black Sea Region: NATO’s Exposed Sector on the Eastern Flank (Part Two)
    Jun24

    The Black Sea Region: NATO’s Exposed Sector on the Eastern Flank (Part Two)

    *To read Part One, please click here. Newly entrenched on the Crimean peninsula, Russia has appropriated the title to large parts of Ukraine’s continental shelf and exclusive economic zone (EEZ). According to the treaty on Crimea’s accession to Russia (a constitutional act in Russia), “the demarcation of maritime spaces in the Black...

    The Black Sea Region: NATO’s Exposed Sector on the Eastern Flank (Part Two)
    Jun24

    The Black Sea Region: NATO’s Exposed Sector on the Eastern Flank (Part Two)

    *To read Part One, please click here. Newly entrenched on the Crimean peninsula, Russia has appropriated the title to large parts of Ukraine’s continental shelf and exclusive economic zone (EEZ). According to the treaty on Crimea’s accession to Russia (a constitutional act in Russia), “the demarcation of maritime spaces in the Black...

    The Black Sea Region: NATO’s Exposed Sector on the Eastern Flank (Part One)
    Jun24

    The Black Sea Region: NATO’s Exposed Sector on the Eastern Flank (Part One)

    Aspirationally at least, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is transitioning from reassurance measures to a more serious deterrence posture on the Alliance’s “Eastern flank” vis-à-vis Russia. Decisions in this regard will be finalized down to the wire of NATO’s summit in Warsaw (July 8–9). The pre-summit debates, however,...

    A Wake-Up Call For Europe
    Jun24

    A Wake-Up Call For Europe

    While many Central Europeans mourn the Leave victory in the UK’s referendum, the region’s leaders say the vote should push the EU to revamp its policies – and quickly. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    How can they call Brexit democracy?
    Jun24

    How can they call Brexit democracy?

    Britain’s parliament is not legally obliged to heed this referendum. It probably will, but should not claim that this is “the voice of the people” when those who will suffer most and the longest had no voice and certain politicians and media misinformed their readers about the critical facts …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights...

    The Razumkov Centre Newsletter №7 (36)
    Jun24

    The Razumkov Centre Newsletter №7 (36)

    It contains articles and interviews of the Centre’s experts on the most important issues of Ukraine’s life in the areas of national security and defence, economy, energy, internal and external policy. In the issue: “Donbas elections: landmine for Europe”; “Constitutional changes regarding justice and decentralisation are two very...

    The Razumkov Centre Newsletter №6 (35)
    Jun24

    The Razumkov Centre Newsletter №6 (35)

    It contains articles and interviews of the Centre’s experts on the most important issues of Ukraine’s life in the areas of national security and defence, economy, energy, internal, external and social policy. In the issue: “Donbas elections: trap for Europe”; “OSCE is so far unable to deploy an effective military presence in Donbas”;...

    With all its actions Russia demonstrates willingness to use force
    Jun24

    With all its actions Russia demonstrates willingness to use force

    Over the last months, the likelihood of Russia openly using armed forces against its neighbours has increased as the security stability in the region was affected. This opinion was expressed to the news agency Radio Liberty by Joint Director of Foreign Policy Programmes and International Security of the Razumkov Centre Oleksiy Melnyk. “Indeed,...

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