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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    A Tribute to Pavel Sheremet
    Jul25

    A Tribute to Pavel Sheremet

    The Belarusian journalist, killed by a car bomb last week, was a larger-than-life figure who inspired many with his tenacious reporting and forceful personality. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    “European integration after Brexit: what should be the strategy of Ukraine, Moldova, and Georgia?”
    Jul25

    “European integration after Brexit: what should be the strategy of Ukraine, Moldova, and Georgia?”

    …read more Source: Institute of World Policy

    NATO and Russia: The Road Ahead
    Jul25

    NATO and Russia: The Road Ahead

    Did the Warsaw Summit represent a significant new development – as is argued both by NATO lobbyists and by the blowhards in Moscow? …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    A guide to EPRS podcasts
    Jul25

    A guide to EPRS podcasts

    Written by Richard Freedman, Since July 2015, the European Parliamentary Research Service has been producing informative, timely and varied podcasts. The podcasts fall into three categories: Plenary Podcasts Policy Podcasts and Science and Technology Podcasts. Each month, on the Thursday before the European Parliament’s plenary session,...

    Jitters in Ukraine as Politically Charged Religious Processions Approach Kyiv
    Jul25

    Jitters in Ukraine as Politically Charged Religious Processions Approach Kyiv

    Two religious processions converging on Kyiv have Ukrainian authorities warning that provocations could spark violence in the capital. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Russia moves to silence imprisoned Crimean Tatar leader
    Jul25

    Russia moves to silence imprisoned Crimean Tatar leader

    Russia’s most openly lawless prosecution since occupying Crimea has descended to a new low with the refusal to allow Crimean Tatar leader Akhtem Chiygoz to even attend his own court hearings and the unfounded decision to separate the proceedings into two trials. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    NATO Can Refloat Romania’s Black Sea Naval Initiative (Part Three)
    Jul23

    NATO Can Refloat Romania’s Black Sea Naval Initiative (Part Three)

    It was a summit of modest expectations and modest results for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in Warsaw on July 8–9. These results are of an interim nature: building blocks for further decisions at upcoming ministerial meetings, not waiting until the next summit. The Warsaw results do not, as yet, correlate with the growth in...

    Poland votes that WWII massacre by Ukraine was ‘genocide’
    Jul22

    Poland votes that WWII massacre by Ukraine was ‘genocide’

    Poland’s right-wing dominated parliament on Friday (22 July) recognised as “genocide” a massacre of 100,000 Poles by Ukrainian nationalists seven decades ago, in a move that quickly drew criticism from Kyiv. …read more Source:...

    The NATO Alliance Is Terminally Ill
    Jul22

    The NATO Alliance Is Terminally Ill

    Ted Galen Carpenter The attempted military coup in Turkey sent shock waves through NATO. No matter how the coup turned out, it would have bad news for the alliance. If the attempt had succeeded, NATO would have faced the embarrassment of having a member governed by a military dictatorship. Although that type of situation was tolerated during the...

    Fellow submarines
    Jul22

    Fellow submarines

    Ever since the occupation of Crimea in 2014, Russian military activity has increased in and around Europe. Russian air and land exercises have also become more assertive and frequent compared to previous years. Fighter jets of the Swedish and Finnish air forces, as well as NATO fighters protecting the air space of the three Baltic republics of...

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