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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Controversial Russian Anti-Terrorism Law Hits First Target
    Aug12

    Controversial Russian Anti-Terrorism Law Hits First Target

    Krishna follower faces sanctions for speaking to passers-by and handing out religious books. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The deteriorating military situation in the Donbas
    Aug12

    The deteriorating military situation in the Donbas

    It may be assumed that Russia intends to use the present escalation of exchanges of fire to put more pressure on Kyiv, and mainly on the West. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

    War of Words Over Crimea Continues
    Aug12

    War of Words Over Crimea Continues

    Tension between Moscow and Kyiv rises to highest level since a shaky cease-fire took hold in eastern Ukraine last winter. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The Putin Question
    Aug12

    The Putin Question

    As war fever returns in Ukraine, the question of why Russian President Vladimir Putin went from would-be modernizer to aggressive autocrat is being revived. Whatever the reason – fear for his safety, a sense of historical grievance, or both – Putin’s inability to reform Russia’s economy seems certain to be his downfall. …read...

    Putin’s latest Crimean gambit
    Aug12

    Putin’s latest Crimean gambit

    Adrian Karatnycky, member of the IWP Supervisory Board, for the Politico Journal …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Russia Fines Google for Anti-Trust Violation
    Aug12

    Russia Fines Google for Anti-Trust Violation

    Apple could also face sanctions as Moscow continues to narrow the playing field for foreign tech companies. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Johnson seeks to ‘normalise’ British relations with Russia
    Aug12

    Johnson seeks to ‘normalise’ British relations with Russia

    Johnson seeks to ‘normalise’ British relations with RussiaForeign Secretary Boris Johnson has told his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov that Britain must “normalise” its relationship with Russia, The Daily Telegraph reports. The Russian Foreign Ministry said: “Both sides expressed hope for a normalisation in Russian-British ties and...

    Sejm of Latvia deputy Ādamsons to withdraw Turkey from NATO and the new centers of power in alliance with Russia.
    Aug12

    Sejm of Latvia deputy Ādamsons to withdraw Turkey from NATO and the new centers of power in alliance with Russia.

    … After Putin’s meeting with the leaders of Iran and Azerbaijan in Baku after a meeting with Erdogan in Moscow, and then with Armenian President – we can say that the place is very unpleasant for the West, the processes in the Caucasus and in Asia Minor. That just does not work anymore to start a war in Karabakh, and much more becomes for...

    Ukraine on high alert over Crimea tensions with Russia
    Aug12

    Ukraine on high alert over Crimea tensions with Russia

    Ukraine put its forces around Crimea on high alert Thursday, as tensions soared after Moscow accused Kiev of attempting to mount armed incursions into the disputed peninsula. …read more Source:...

    Is Putin Preparing a New Attack on Ukraine?
    Aug12

    Is Putin Preparing a New Attack on Ukraine?

    Observers have greatly feared that Russia’s President Vladimir Putin would start a small regional war this August. Russia has moved up its State Duma elections to September 18. Although only Putin’s parties are allowed to win, he has a predilection for “small and victorious wars” to mobilize his people. …read more Source:...

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