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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Ukraine Needs to Abandon its Soviet Thinking Once and for All
    Jul18

    Ukraine Needs to Abandon its Soviet Thinking Once and for All

    Ukraine’s reform efforts continue to sputter on without any transformative results more than two years after former President Viktor Yanukovych fled to Moscow. The economy’s basic problems have not yet been addressed. It is still bogged down in its Soviet past, with populist forces making illusory promises that appeal to many...

    How Ukraine Can Win the Information War in a Fact Free World
    Jul18

    How Ukraine Can Win the Information War in a Fact Free World

    What media outlets do you trust? From the Brexit referendum and the US presidential race to Russia’s information war on Ukraine, it is becoming increasingly clear that we now live in a fact-free world where emotions reign supreme and truth is in the eye of the beholder.This trend first became apparent around the time of the 2003 Iraq war....

    Impending Pokemon Release in Russia Triggers Panic Among Some
    Jul18

    Impending Pokemon Release in Russia Triggers Panic Among Some

    Russian conservatives fear that players might become spies for the CIA. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Nord Stream 2: a bad deal for Germany and Eastern Europe
    Jul18

    Nord Stream 2: a bad deal for Germany and Eastern Europe

    At the end of last year, Gazprom reached a deal with five Western European companies (BASF, E.ON, ENGIE, OMV and Shell). They agreed to add two additional lines to the Nord Stream gas pipeline across the Baltic Sea, increasing the capacity of the pipeline from 55 billion cubic metres per year to 110 billion from 2019. The project has provoked...

    The Saudis Did 9/11
    Jul18

    The Saudis Did 9/11

    News reports about the recently released 28 pages of the Joint Inquiry into the 9/11 attacks are typically dismissive: this is nothing new, it’s just circumstantial evidence, and there’s no “smoking gun.” Yet given what the report actually says – and these news accounts are remarkably sparse when it comes to verbatim quotes –...

    Where Putin’s Russia Ends
    Jul18

    Where Putin’s Russia Ends

    In early 2014 the existence of an independent Ukraine hung by a thread. Russia had annexed the Crimean Peninsula, and with the “Russian Spring” a “hybrid” war in eastern Ukraine was initiated. At this moment the watchwords of “Novorossija” and Moscow’s “reconquering” of South-Eastern Ukraine gained popularity. Ultimately, the failure of the...

    “European integration after Brexit and Dutch referendum: what should be the strategy of Ukraine, Moldova, and Georgia?”
    Jul18

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

    Institute of World Policy will hold a public discussion “European integration after Brexit: what should be the strategy of Ukraine, Moldova, and Georgia?” …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Cautious and rotational – US military engagement on NATO’s eastern flank
    Jul18

    Cautious and rotational – US military engagement on NATO’s eastern flank

    The Russian annexation of Crimea in 2014 put a stop to the gradual scaling down of US military engagement in Europe. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

    Ukraine: The Line
    Jul18

    Ukraine: The Line

    The 500km line of separation between Ukrainian forces and Russian-backed separatist rebels suffers heavy daily violations of the ceasefire agreed in Minsk in 2015. Escalation is possible, and the status quo risks a political backlash against the Kyiv government and no way out of sanctions for Moscow. All sides should pull back heavy weapons from...

    After Warsaw: NATO, Russia and the Future of Security in Europe
    Jul18

    After Warsaw: NATO, Russia and the Future of Security in Europe

    There was a time when it was legitimate to wonder what NATO’s future role would be. Not anymore. If anything, the Atlantic Alliance is facing too many missions. Russia and terrorism are not the only problems: there is unfinished business in the Balkans, in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as the migration challenge. NATO Heads of state and...

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