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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Russia continues to torment Ukrainian it drove half-crazy through torture
    Aug12

    Russia continues to torment Ukrainian it drove half-crazy through torture

    Ukraine has repeated its request for the extradition of Ukrainian political prisoners Stanislav Klykh and Mykola Karpyuk, amid increasing concern for Klykh’s psychological state after torture in Russian captivity and as Klykh faces cynical new charges for supposed ‘contempt of court’. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human...

    Turkey Is Descending into Repression and Conflict, Taking Its Value to NATO with It
    Aug11

    Turkey Is Descending into Repression and Conflict, Taking Its Value to NATO with It

    Doug Bandow Turkey’s brief democratic moment is ending. The rise of Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the Development and Justice Party (AKP) in 2002 signaled the collapse of the militarized secular republic created by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. The recent failed coup effectively killed the semi-liberal democracy that briefly replaced Kemalism. NATO is...

    War Clouds Gathering Over Crimea
    Aug11

    War Clouds Gathering Over Crimea

    Russia claims that Ukraine sent a sabotage team into Crimea over the weekend, armed with bombs and military equipment. Russian president Putin has pulled out of the “Normandy” talks in response. Ukrainian president Poroshenko denied any involvement in an attack on Crimea and responded to the charges by placing his military on high...

    Pundits Dissect Baku Summit
    Aug11

    Pundits Dissect Baku Summit

    The leaders of Russia, Iran, and Azerbaijan talked transport and energy projects, while the question of how to deal with resurgent Turkey loomed as a backdrop. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    MOSCOW TRYING TO RETURN THE WORLD TO THE LOGIC  OF THE COLD WAR.
    Aug11

    MOSCOW TRYING TO RETURN THE WORLD TO THE LOGIC OF THE COLD WAR.

    On the question “GHN” answered international relations specialist Irakli Toronjadze. “…the biggest geopolitical mistake of the twentieth century, was the fact that the Soviet Union had not been disarmed, and on its territory was not introduced the occupation rule. Let us hope that this error will not lead to a new Cold War, the free world will...

    Russian Security Council Meets Over Tighter Crimea Security
    Aug11

    Russian Security Council Meets Over Tighter Crimea Security

    August 11, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Ukraine Puts Troops Along Crimean Border on Combat Alert
    Aug11

    Ukraine Puts Troops Along Crimean Border on Combat Alert

    August 11, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Ukraine Puts Troops Along Crimean Border on Combat Alert
    Aug11

    Ukraine Puts Troops Along Crimean Border on Combat Alert

    August 11, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Russia Boasts of Routing Ukrainian Saboteurs in Crimea
    Aug11

    Russia Boasts of Routing Ukrainian Saboteurs in Crimea

    Kyiv says the Kremlin invented the entire escapade to deflect attention from its own plans to further militarize the Russian-controlled peninsula. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Let’s Get a Syria Policy
    Aug11

    Let’s Get a Syria Policy

    With the humanitarian crisis intensifying in Aleppo and continuing instability across Syria, it is time to fill the Western policy vacuum and stop leading from behind. By living up to and implementing the values of freedom, rule of law and justice in Syria, the West may still be able to quash the forces driving Islamist terrorism. As the noose...

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