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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Russia’s Feud with Scientology Leads to Arrests
    Jun23

    Russia’s Feud with Scientology Leads to Arrests

    In latest crackdown, police raid Scientology offices and churches, citing suspicions of criminal business dealings. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Foreign Pressure Will Not Sway Construction of Belarus’ First Nuclear Plant
    Jun23

    Foreign Pressure Will Not Sway Construction of Belarus’ First Nuclear Plant

    Neighboring nations have voiced environmental concerns about the project, which comes 30 years after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Europe’s Short Memory and Ukraine’s Long Crisis
    Jun23

    Europe’s Short Memory and Ukraine’s Long Crisis

    “People have forgotten that there’s a real humanitarian situation and a real need in a European country,” said Jock Mendoza-Wilson, director of international and investor relations at System Capital Management, during a recent Atlantic Council panel examining the crisis in Ukraine.In fact, he said, six hundred thousand people on...

    New Russian Fake ‘Ukrainian Separatism’ Season Gets Underway
    Jun23

    New Russian Fake ‘Ukrainian Separatism’ Season Gets Underway

    A fictitious ‘Assembly of Romanians of Bukovyna’ is for the second year running reported to be demanding greater autonomy for ethnic Romanians and complaining that the rights of minorities are violated in Ukraine …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Sentenced twice for pro-Ukrainian position in Russian-occupied Crimea
    Jun23

    Sentenced twice for pro-Ukrainian position in Russian-occupied Crimea

    The good news that a court in Russian-occupied Crimea had revoked a politically motivated sentence against Volodymyr Balukh was short-lived. The pro-Ukrainian activist has been tried on exactly the same absurd charges and received an identical sentence. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Beatings and Arson Attacks: Is Online Dissidence Becoming Dangerous in Russia?
    Jun23

    Beatings and Arson Attacks: Is Online Dissidence Becoming Dangerous in Russia?

    There have been a string of assaults and arson attacks targeting Russians who have openly criticized their government on social-networking sites. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    New Russian Fake ‘Ukrainian Separatism’ Season Gets Underway
    Jun23

    New Russian Fake ‘Ukrainian Separatism’ Season Gets Underway

    A fictitious ‘Assembly of Romanians of Bukovyna’ is for the second year running reported to be demanding greater autonomy for ethnic Romanians and complaining that the rights of minorities are violated in Ukraine …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Sentenced twice for pro-Ukrainian position in Russian-occupied Crimea
    Jun23

    Sentenced twice for pro-Ukrainian position in Russian-occupied Crimea

    The good news that a court in Russian-occupied Crimea had revoked a politically motivated sentence against Volodymyr Balukh was short-lived. The pro-Ukrainian activist has been tried on exactly the same absurd charges and received an identical sentence. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Piontkovsky: If Moscow and will go to war aggravation, it is likely, in the Caucasus.
    Jun23

    Piontkovsky: If Moscow and will go to war aggravation, it is likely, in the Caucasus.

    JUNE 23, 2016 “… It is logical that he would put the question of access to the military base in Armenia. A corridor it is possible only through the territory of Georgia. If Moscow and will go to war aggravation, it is likely, in the Caucasus due to its undesirable political scenario in Georgia.” Russian historian and publicist Andrei Piontkovsky...

    Russian First Guards Tank Army as an Instrument of Hybrid War Against Baltic States
    Jun23

    Russian First Guards Tank Army as an Instrument of Hybrid War Against Baltic States

    The 1st Guards Tank Army was formed in the Soviet Union, during the Second World War, in 1943. It was disbanded in 1999, but re-established in 2015. As more details about this reborn heavy military unit come to light, worries increase about the threat it may specifically pose to the Baltic region. This past May, the military-focused news outlet...

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