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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Moldova’s Political Challenges and What They Mean for the Eastern Partnership
    Nov02

    Moldova’s Political Challenges and What They Mean for the Eastern Partnership

    Invitation Only Research Event 13 Nov 2017 – 09:30 to 15:30Add to CalendariCalendar Outlook Google Yahoo John Beyer, Academic Visitor, University of OxfordNatalia Gavrilita, Member of the National Permanent Bureau, Party for Action and SolidarityCristina Gherasimov, Academy Robert Bosch Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme, Chatham...

    Sweden’s Foreign Policy: Nonaligned, But Not Entirely Neutral
    Nov02

    Sweden’s Foreign Policy: Nonaligned, But Not Entirely Neutral

    In late 2014, Swedish authorities spotted what many suspected was a Russian submarine lurking off Stockholm. The incident set off alarm bells among Swedes. It reminded them of a similar incident in 1981, when a nuclear-armed Soviet Whiskey-class submarine ran aground a few kilometers outside Sweden’s main naval base.[1] Following...

    Sweden’s Foreign Policy: Nonaligned, But Not Entirely Neutral
    Nov02

    Sweden’s Foreign Policy: Nonaligned, But Not Entirely Neutral

    In late 2014, Swedish authorities spotted what many suspected was a Russian submarine lurking off Stockholm. The incident set off alarm bells among Swedes. It reminded them of a similar incident in 1981, when a nuclear-armed Soviet Whiskey-class submarine ran aground a few kilometers outside Sweden’s main naval base.[1] Following...

    Russia’s TV: Russia praised as a “global power” and warnings about the revolution
    Nov02

    Russia’s TV: Russia praised as a “global power” and warnings about the revolution

    EU vs Disinfo’s weekly summary of the main topics on Russia’s most watched TV news channels …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Prison staff steal all food from Crimean Tatar political prisoner Ruslan Zeytullaev
    Nov02

    Prison staff steal all food from Crimean Tatar political prisoner Ruslan Zeytullaev

    Ruslan is being held in a notorious prison in Bashkiria and asks people to keep writing to him and to other political prisoners. The letters give them moral support, show them that they’re not forgotten. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Memorial’s Plight in Putin’s Russia
    Nov02

    Memorial’s Plight in Putin’s Russia

    Any discussion of the documentation of the crimes of the Soviet Union will inevitably involve Memorial, a Russian organization dedicated to uncovering and archiving the crimes of the Soviet Union. With a database of over 2.65 million names of the victims of Soviet repression, Memorial is the foremost authority in Russia on the lives and stories...

    Ukrainian Investigators Pore Over Manafort Indictment
    Nov02

    Ukrainian Investigators Pore Over Manafort Indictment

    U.S. authorities have so far not responded to Kyiv’s request for cooperation, Ukrainian prosecutor complains. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Putin’s Foreign Policy Impasse … Until the Elections
    Nov02

    Putin’s Foreign Policy Impasse … Until the Elections

    Russia / World At this year’s Valdai Discussion Club – a key meeting point for Russia’s foreign policy establishment – there were a number of analysts and journalists expecting something significant from President Vladimir Putin’s keynote speech. Dmitry Peskov, Putin’s press secretary, had set the tone,...

    The Impact of Western Sanctions on Russian Energy Companies
    Nov02

    The Impact of Western Sanctions on Russian Energy Companies

    As a response to the Crimean crisis, in March 2014 the United States and the European Union, followed by Albania, Australia, Canada, Iceland, Montenegro, and Norway, initiated sanctions on several Russian citizens and businesses. In August 2014 the Russian government responded by ordering an entry ban on several American and Canadian citizens and...

    Mr. Putin: Turning neighbor into adversary
    Nov02

    Mr. Putin: Turning neighbor into adversary

    By Steven PiferRussian policy toward Ukraine is often puzzling. During a visit to Moscow nine years ago, I asked a retired senior Russian diplomat whether anyone in the Kremlin really understood Ukraine. One person did, he replied, but no one paid attention to him. That might explain why Vladimir Putin’s policy is so badly backfiring....

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