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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Democrats Are Now the Aggressive War Party
    Jun10

    Democrats Are Now the Aggressive War Party

    The Democratic Party has moved from being what you might call a reluctant war party to an aggressive war party with its selection of Hillary Clinton as its presumptive presidential nominee. With minimal debate, this historic change brings full circle the arc of the party’s anti-war attitudes that began in 1968 and have now ended in 2016....

    Beyond Crimea: The New Russian Empire
    Jun10

    Beyond Crimea: The New Russian Empire

    On Wednesday, June 15th at 6:20pm EST, IPI is hosting a Distinguished Author Series event featuring Agnia Grigas, author of Beyond Crimea: The New Russian Empire.IPI Live Event FeedHow will a newly assertive Russia seek to redraw post-Soviet borders, and what are the consequences across the peripheries of Russia and beyond? And how should the...

    Controversial Russian Artist Pavlensky Freed
    Jun10

    Controversial Russian Artist Pavlensky Freed

    Known for harming himself as a form of protest, Pavlensky was fined for damaging ‘cultural heritage’ – the doors to Moscow’s KGB/FSB headquarters. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Russia-Ukraine Deal Implementation Possible by Early 2017
    Jun10

    Russia-Ukraine Deal Implementation Possible by Early 2017

    June 10, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Obama Hopes for Early End to Ukraine Conflict
    Jun10

    Obama Hopes for Early End to Ukraine Conflict

    Top White House aide Susan Rice says international efforts are intensifying to end the conflict in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Hillary Clinton Criticizes Donald Trump, Reveals Herself to Be Queen of War
    Jun10

    Hillary Clinton Criticizes Donald Trump, Reveals Herself to Be Queen of War

    Doug Bandow Distrusted by most Americans and generating little enthusiasm even among supporters, Hillary Clinton has wrapped up the Democratic presidential nomination but fallen behind Donald Trump in some polls. Her antidote? A brutal attack on Trump for what she termed his rants, feuds, and lies. It was an ironic tactic for someone whose...

    Party colleagues trade personal barbs in ITV referendum debate ahead of final two weeks of campaign
    Jun10

    Party colleagues trade personal barbs in ITV referendum debate ahead of final two weeks of campaign

    Party colleagues trade personal barbs in ITV referendum debate ahead of final two weeks of campaignITV last night hosted an EU referendum debate with Conservative MPs Boris Johnson and Andrea Leadsom along with Labour MP Gisela Stuart arguing for Leave, against Conservative MP Amber Rudd, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Shadow First...

    Lecture for students of the Swedish Defence University
    Jun10

    Lecture for students of the Swedish Defence University

    On June 9, 2016, Oleksiy Melnyk, Co-Director, Foreign Relations and International Security Programmes, met with the group of students of the Swedish Defence University. The title of his presentation was “Armed Forces in the Antiterrorist Operation”. The legal framework and political constrains of military forces deployment, political constrains...

    Russia in Central Asia and the Caucasus
    Jun10

    Russia in Central Asia and the Caucasus

    Download the PDF Key Takeaway: Russia took steps to expand and solidify its spheres of influence in Central Asia and the Caucasus to secure its dominance in the region while continuing to increase its military influence globally. Russia continues to project itself as an effective actor against terrorism in an effort to gain global legitimacy. It...

    10-year Sentence Demanded for Euromaidan in Russian-occupied Crimea
    Jun10

    10-year Sentence Demanded for Euromaidan in Russian-occupied Crimea

    22-year-old former Euromaidan protester Andriy Kolomiyets could be sentenced on Friday to 10 years’ imprisonment despite an alleged ‘offence’ that almost certainly never happened, and over which a court under Russian occupation categorically has no jurisdiction. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

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