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    Ukrainian Nationalist Militia Seeks Legal Status
    Feb10

    Ukrainian Nationalist Militia Seeks Legal Status

    Rightwing groups also protest against Polish law making it a crime to deny atrocities committed by Ukrainian nationalists during WWII. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Menacing attack on the son of a Crimean Tatar National Congress member
    Feb10

    Menacing attack on the son of a Crimean Tatar National Congress member

    23-year-old Fakhri Muratov was dragged from his car in Russian-occupied Crimea on February 6 by men in masks and without any insignia. The men proceeded to beat him and then search his car, before driving off. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Safeguarding Civil Society Against Authoritarianism: Lessons from Former Soviet States
    Jan31

    Safeguarding Civil Society Against Authoritarianism: Lessons from Former Soviet States

    Invitation Only Research Event 13 Feb 2018 – 16:00 to 17:30Add to CalendariCalendar Outlook Google Yahoo Chatham House, London Russia and Eurasia Programme …read more Source: Chatham...

    Far-right vigilantes imposing ‘Ukrainian order’ are strange partners for Ukraine’s National Police
    Jan31

    Far-right vigilantes imposing ‘Ukrainian order’ are strange partners for Ukraine’s National Police

    So-called ‘National Militia Units’ are promising to ‘establish Ukrainian order” on the streets of Kyiv, seemingly in cooperation with Ukraine’s National Police. Assurances from the Interior Ministry cannot allay concerns about police collaboration with an organization which has on many occasions demonstrated intolerance towards...

    Germany and the US, Springing to Inaction
    Jan31

    Germany and the US, Springing to Inaction

    By Jacob L. Shapiro Germany – the beating heart of Europe, one of the four largest economies in the world, a country helmed by an entrenched, established and respected politician – can’t seem to muster a government. It’s been 129 days since it had one. Now, to be fair, this isn’t uncommon among Europe’s parliamentary...

    Crimean journalist & politician jailed on ‘extortion’ charges for criticism of United Russia party
    Jan31

    Crimean journalist & politician jailed on ‘extortion’ charges for criticism of United Russia party

    The ‘trial’ in Russian-occupied Crimea of journalist Alexei Nazimov and politician Pavel Stepanchenko is descending into farce, after never really making much sense. This has not prevented the two men being held in detention since October 2016, and the lack of any substance to the charges may well have no impact upon the eventual verdict....

    Watch List: Jan. 29, 2018
    Jan31

    Watch List: Jan. 29, 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...

    Crimean journalist & politician jailed on ‘extortion’ charges for criticism of United Russia party
    Jan31

    Crimean journalist & politician jailed on ‘extortion’ charges for criticism of United Russia party

    The ‘trial’ in Russian-occupied Crimea of journalist Alexei Nazimov and politician Pavel Stepanchenko is descending into farce, after never really making much sense. This has not prevented the two men being held in detention since October 2016, and the lack of any substance to the charges may well have no impact upon the eventual verdict....

    How the European Union Became Divided on Russia
    Jan31

    How the European Union Became Divided on Russia

    Originally produced on Jan. 22, 2018 for Mauldin Economics, LLC By Xander Snyder Last week, the prime ministers of Hungary and Bulgaria criticized EU policy toward Russia for being too harsh. The European Union imposed sanctions against Russia in response to Moscow’s intervention in Ukraine, but Hungary and Bulgaria are concerned that the...

    The Castle Shakes, But Doesn’t Move
    Jan31

    The Castle Shakes, But Doesn’t Move

    Over the past few weeks, the Czech Republic got their chance at hearing how the EU institutions can help or harm them with future plans of integration, issues relating to immigration and several spurious stories surrounding the Pro-EU candidate Jiří Drahoš. While the fake news did most likely have some impact, Drahoš was an inexperienced...

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