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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Russian Elites are Worried: The Unpredictability of Putin
    Jun30

    Russian Elites are Worried: The Unpredictability of Putin

    Russian elites are worried. The economic recession, Western sanctions, and semi-isolation are endangering the personal and professional interests of most of the upper middle classes, scientific and cultural elites, top-ranking administrators, and small and medium entrepreneurs. The new confrontational course in relations with Western countries...

    Russia Pressures UN Members Ahead of Ukraine Votes
    Jun30

    Russia Pressures UN Members Ahead of Ukraine Votes

    Ukraine Today. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Rethinking Deterrence: Adapting an Old Concept to New Challenges
    Jun30

    Rethinking Deterrence: Adapting an Old Concept to New Challenges

    Russia’s aggressive moves have returned military power politics to the European continent. This has revived the Cold War concept of deterrence, which will be the focus of the 2016 NATO Warsaw Summit. However, discussions on increasing the number of rotational forces in Eastern Europe are only ad hoc measures that address islands of a...

    Turkey Says Istanbul Airport Attackers From Russia, Central Asia
    Jun30

    Turkey Says Istanbul Airport Attackers From Russia, Central Asia

    Turkish media outlets have released contradictory details about the suicide bombers. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Detained Russian Governor on Hunger Strike
    Jun30

    Detained Russian Governor on Hunger Strike

    Kremlin critic says he was framed and that he’s ready to explain everything. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukraine Won’t Accept Changes to Association Agreement
    Jun30

    Ukraine Won’t Accept Changes to Association Agreement

    June 30, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Ukrainian Opera Singer Dies While Fighting in Donbas
    Jun30

    Ukrainian Opera Singer Dies While Fighting in Donbas

    Wassyl Slipak had left a 20-year opera singing career in France to fight in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The dislocations of Brexit: can India gain?
    Jun30

    The dislocations of Brexit: can India gain?

    On 23rd June 2016, citizens of the United Kingdom (UK) shocked the world especially their European partners by voting to leave -“Brexit” – the European Union (EU). Equally upset was the United States (U.S.), whose president had campaigned against Brexit. The U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry lamented that Brexit constituted the loss of his...

    Gove and Leadsom declare Tory leadership bids as poll finds May would beat Johnson among party members
    Jun30

    Gove and Leadsom declare Tory leadership bids as poll finds May would beat Johnson among party members

    Gove and Leadsom declare Tory leadership bids as poll finds May would beat Johnson among party membersA number of Conservative MPs have today formally announced they are standing for the leadership of the party including Energy Minister Andrea Leadsom, Justice Secretary Michael Gove and former Defence Secretary Liam Fox, all of whom backed...

    Where the new government should concentrate its efforts beyond our shores
    Jun30

    Where the new government should concentrate its efforts beyond our shores

    The Australian government and opposition have largely focused on domestic issues in the election campaign. This emphasis is understandable, but in the longer term the government elected on this weekend will need to address the greatly changed world of 2016. Both Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and Shadow Foreign Minister Tanya Plibersek have...

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