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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    What Russia’s Middle East Strategy Is Really About
    Oct11

    What Russia’s Middle East Strategy Is Really About

    By Xander Snyder A new balance of power is solidifying in Syria. Iran, Turkey and Russia have all played a role in the conflict there – jockeying for position and even agreeing in September to set up zones of control. But Russia in particular has deftly managed the game up to this point, and it is emerging from the Syrian civil war with a strong...

    Hungary wants EU to review Ukraine ties over minority languages law
    Oct11

    Hungary wants EU to review Ukraine ties over minority languages law

    Hungary will ask the European Union to review its ties with Ukraine over Kyiv’s decision to scrap teaching subjects in languages of its ethnic minorities, including in Hungarian, from its secondary school curriculum. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Won’t Be Solved Any Time Soon
    Oct11

    Ukraine Won’t Be Solved Any Time Soon

    Russia-backed rebel guards his position near division line with Ukrainian army with anti-tank missile near Dokuchaevsk, eastern Ukraine, image by Mstyslav Chernov via Wikimedia CommonsBESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 611, October 11, 2017 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The conflict in East Ukraine has reached a frozen phase in which neither side is making...

    Ukraine Prosecutor Claims FSB, Ex-Partner Of Victim’s Wife Behind Kyiv Slaying
    Oct11

    Ukraine Prosecutor Claims FSB, Ex-Partner Of Victim’s Wife Behind Kyiv Slaying

    Ukraine’s top prosecutor has claimed that the killing of a former Russian lawmaker who was shot dead in Kyiv in March was ordered by a former partner of the victim’s wife, and suggested that the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) was behind it. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Grave Concern over Ukraine’s detention & possible extradition of persecuted Uzbek journalist Narzullo Akhunjonov
    Oct11

    Grave Concern over Ukraine’s detention & possible extradition of persecuted Uzbek journalist Narzullo Akhunjonov

    PEN International has added its voice to concerns expressed in Ukraine and by the Committee to Protect Journalists over the detention and possible extradition of Uzbek journalist and poet Narzullo Akhunjonov, whose very life would be in danger if forcibly returned to Uzbekistan and who is seeking political asylum in Ukraine …read more...

    Event: How Non-State Actors Export Kleptocratic Norms to the West
    Oct11

    Event: How Non-State Actors Export Kleptocratic Norms to the West

    Event: Join KI and distinguished experts tomorrow for the launch of Ilya Zaslavskiy’s report, How Non-State Actors Export Kleptocratic Norms to the West. RSVP to attend or watch live from 10:00 a.m. Podcasts: Alex Cooley discusses luxury real estate’s money laundering role with Masha Udensiva-Brenner. (EurasiaNet.org) John Cassara...

    Catalonia awakens questions from Europe’s past
    Oct11

    Catalonia awakens questions from Europe’s past

    All eyes have are now on the Catalonia, inducing Moscow’s. In the second report of a two part series, CEPA’s Edward Lucas re-examines independence movements from the Baltics to Crimea in order to find lessons learned amidst the self-determination process. …read more Source: Center for European Policy...

    Ukraine Reform Monitor: October 2017
    Oct11

    Ukraine Reform Monitor: October 2017

    President Poroshenko’s power consolidation-and pushback against it-is the hallmark of Ukrainian politics heading toward elections in 2019. Yet reform progress is being made, even if the pace remains slow. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    The Active Measures Orchestra: An Examination of Russian Influence Operations Abroad
    Oct11

    The Active Measures Orchestra: An Examination of Russian Influence Operations Abroad

    “The approaches used by Moscow include control of the press in foreign countries; outright and partial forgery of documents; use of rumors, insinuation, altered facts, and lies; use of international and local front organizations; clandestine operation of radio stations; exploitation of a nation’s academic, political, economic, and media...

    10 things you should know about Ukraine’s pension reform
    Oct11

    10 things you should know about Ukraine’s pension reform

    Source: UkraineWorld group (ukraineworld.org) Prepared by Vitalii Rybak On 3 October, Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada has voted for legislation to overhaul an outdated pension system. It was supported by 288 out of 450 Ukrainian MPs. Moreover, Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko has already signed the law on 8 October. Pension reform has...

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