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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Moldovans Rally for Unification with Romania
    Mar26

    Moldovans Rally for Unification with Romania

    As the centennial of the “Great Union” approaches, the issue continues to divide people on both sides of the border. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The Delicate Art of Urban Activism in Eastern Europe
    Mar26

    The Delicate Art of Urban Activism in Eastern Europe

    At a diverse gathering in Prague, a heated discussion ensues on the virtues and pitfalls of “going mainstream.” …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Watch List: March 26, 2018
    Mar26

    Watch List: March 26, 2018

    The items listed below represent potential emerging issues that our analysts are tracking. These can be long term or short term, but will be updated daily. If an item on our Watch List becomes critical, we will email you a full analysis explaining its significance. Each Saturday, we will follow up our daily Watch List for each week with our...

    The Real Problem with Gina Haspel’s Cia Nomination
    Mar26

    The Real Problem with Gina Haspel’s Cia Nomination

    Ted Galen Carpenter An especially insidious snare for a liberal democracy in the conduct of its foreign policy is the temptation to adopt the strategies and tactics of one’s adversaries. President Donald Trump’s appointment of Gina Haspel as the new director of the Central Intelligence Agency highlights that problem. A longtime CIA...

    What Does Russia’s Presidential Election Mean for Ukraine?
    Mar26

    What Does Russia’s Presidential Election Mean for Ukraine?

    Improved bilateral relations between Kyiv and Moscow can only be expected in the post-Putin and post-Poroshenko era. …read more Source: Carnegie...

    Annual Analytical Conclusions and Predictions “Ukraine 2017-2018: New Reality, Old Problems”
    Mar26

    Annual Analytical Conclusions and Predictions “Ukraine 2017-2018: New Reality, Old Problems”

    Razumkov Centre presents a new issue of the annual analytical conclusions for the past year and predictions for the next one “Ukraine 2017-2018: New Reality, Old Problems“. In 2017, there were no major breakthroughs in Ukraine, but there were undeniable achievements both in transformations and foreign policy. Achievements, as well as losses and...

    Razumkov Centre Participated in the 3rd Edition of the “Brussels UkraineLab”
    Mar26

    Razumkov Centre Participated in the 3rd Edition of the “Brussels UkraineLab”

    On 27 February 2018, in Brussels, took place the Third edition of the Brussels UkraineLab 2018 – a conference involving Ukrainian think-tanks, the European Parliament and the Commission representatives, organised by the Liaison Office in Brussels of several Ukrainian Think-Tanks. At the conference, Razumkov Centre was represented by Kateryna...

    Razumkov Centre participated in the Economic Forum “Ukraine-Poland”
    Mar26

    Razumkov Centre participated in the Economic Forum “Ukraine-Poland”

    On 13-14 March, in the Polish town of Rzeszów, took place the 11th Economic Forum “Ukraine-Poland”. Razumkov Centre was one of its main participants and presented its analytical report “Ukraine 2017-2018: New Reality, Old Problems”. At the different events, the Centre was represented by Vasyl Yurchyshyn, Oleksii Melnyk and Viktor Lohatskyi. The...

    How They Did It: The Real Russian Journalists Who Exposed the Troll Factory in St. Petersburg
    Mar26

    How They Did It: The Real Russian Journalists Who Exposed the Troll Factory in St. Petersburg

    Headlines from Novaya Gazeta (main picture) and RBC (РБК, inset) exposing the “troll farm” in St. Petersburg. The reason we know so much about the Russian information operations that targeted the United States from 2014 to 2017 is that some Russian journalists are very good at their jobs. Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller’s indictment of 13...

    Vital watchdog body refuses to take part in Potemkin reform of Ukraine’s judiciary
    Mar26

    Vital watchdog body refuses to take part in Potemkin reform of Ukraine’s judiciary

    The Public Integrity Council is suspending any involvement in the official process for assessing judges which it sees as a charade aimed at retaining judges in their posts, while reporting “successful completion” of reforms . …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

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