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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Will Europe’s defense momentum lead to anything?
    Jun26

    Will Europe’s defense momentum lead to anything?

    Photo Credit: Studio 37 / Shutterstock.com, Wlad74 / Shutterstock.com Summary According to Federica Mogherini, more has happened in ten months than in ten years for European defense. The cultural change in Brussels is indeed undeniable, as several concrete instruments have been recently delivered to create an incentive for member states to...

    How the EU budget is spent: Macro-financial assistance
    Jun26

    How the EU budget is spent: Macro-financial assistance

    Written by Ana Claudia Alfieri, © Comugnero Silvana / Fotolia One important European Union (EU) objective is to achieve macroeconomic and political stability in its neighbourhood by ‘developing a zone of shared stability, security, and prosperity’ through a set of policies that help to bring candidate, potential candidate, and neighbourhood...

    The EU’s Association Agreements and DCFTAs with Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia: A Comparative Study
    Jun26

    The EU’s Association Agreements and DCFTAs with Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia: A Comparative Study

    The EU’s Association Agreements and DCFTAs with Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia: A Comparative StudyGuillaume Van der Loo26 June 2017 …read more Source: Centre for European Policy...

    TEPSA General Assembly meets in Tallinn, welcomes two new TEPSA members
    Jun26

    TEPSA General Assembly meets in Tallinn, welcomes two new TEPSA members

    Amid the traditional TEPSA Pre-Presidency Conference that took place in Tallinn, Estonia on 15-16 June 2017, the TEPSA General Assembly convened to discuss a range of topics. Highlighting the agenda was the vote to welcome two new research organisations to the TEPSA network: the Faculty of Law Iustinianus Primus of the University Ss. Cyril and...

    June 26th, 2017
    Jun26

    June 26th, 2017

    CHINA China Frees Jailed Dissident With Terminal CancerBBC Chinese Nobel Peace laureate Liu Xiaobo has been released from prison on compassionate grounds after being diagnosed with terminal liver cancer. Mr. Liu, a human rights campaigner, was jailed in 2009 on subversion charges for calling for greater democracy. His lawyer says he is being...

    Ukrainians Travel Visa Free
    Jun26

    Ukrainians Travel Visa Free

    New visa-free arrangements for Ukrainians traveling to the EU will have several practical and, more importantly, symbolic impacts. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Presentation and Discussion “Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-the United Kingdom”
    Jun26

    Presentation and Discussion “Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-the United Kingdom”

    On July 3, the Institute of World Policy will hold a public discussion “Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine – the United Kingdom”. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Russia’s geopolitical PR campaign finds a perfect opening in North Africa
    Jun26

    Russia’s geopolitical PR campaign finds a perfect opening in North Africa

    Not since the end of the Cold War has Russia carried so much weight. Deeply involved in the conflict in eastern Ukraine, doggedly safeguarding Bashar al-Assad’s embattled regime in Syria, and alleged to have meddled in the US presidential elections, the Kremlin is a force for all the world to reckon with. And now it has a new playing field,...

    Czech man on trial for helping Russian-backed fighters “plan terrorist attack” in Donbas
    Jun26

    Czech man on trial for helping Russian-backed fighters “plan terrorist attack” in Donbas

    The Czech Republic has become the latest EU country to put its own citizen on trial over alleged involvement on the side of Kremlin-backed militants in the fighting in Donbas. Russia, in contrast, has sentenced one Russian to 5 years’ imprisonment – for fighting (legally) for Ukraine …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights...

    Ukrainian activist forced to flee FSB persecution in Russian-occupied Crimea
    Jun26

    Ukrainian activist forced to flee FSB persecution in Russian-occupied Crimea

    Natalya Kharchenko, a blogger and the mother of two small children has been forced to leave her home in Crimea under Russian occupation or become the latest Ukrainian to be charged with ‘separatism’ for her pro-Ukrainian position …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

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