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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    NATO Summit: Collective Defence & Nuclear Deterrence
    Jul14

    NATO Summit: Collective Defence & Nuclear Deterrence

    When the NATO heads of state and government convened in Wales in 2014 following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, their meeting was widely heralded as historic; and yet it is likely that last week’s Warsaw NATO summit will be the more important one. This is because it is only now that NATO genuinely has returned to its roots as an...

    NATO Trust Funds to Support Ukraine
    Jul14

    NATO Trust Funds to Support Ukraine

    Infographic prepared by the IWP …read more Source: Institute of World Policy

    Ukraine’s Resilience Strengthens, Though Regional Cohesion Risks Remain
    Jul14

    Ukraine’s Resilience Strengthens, Though Regional Cohesion Risks Remain

    Maksym Bugriy, a research fellow of foreign affairs and international security programmes at the Razumko Centre, contributed to the Eurasia Daily Monitor, published by the Jamestown Foundation, on the resilience of Ukrainian society after the Maidan Revolution of Dignity and subsequent war with Russia. …read more Source: Razumkov...

    Stoltenberg says no ‘meeting of minds’ at NATO-Russia Council
    Jul14

    Stoltenberg says no ‘meeting of minds’ at NATO-Russia Council

    NATO and Russia failed to overcome deep differences over Ukraine yesterday (13 July) in their first talks since the alliance approved a troop boost in Eastern Europe, alliance chief Jens Stoltenberg said. …read more Source:...

    A British Foreign Secretary who excuses Russia’s invasion of Crimea?
    Jul14

    A British Foreign Secretary who excuses Russia’s invasion of Crimea?

    The new UK Prime Minister doubtless had her reasons for giving leading Brexit campaigner Boris Johnson a cabinet post. Making him Foreign Secretary, however, defies any comprehension. It is especially difficult not to view this as an affront to all those currently facing persecution in Russian-occupied Crimea given his extraordinary attempt to...

    Kremlin-loyal ‘observers’ arrive to rubberstamp Donbas ‘primaries’ in breach of Minsk Accord
    Jul14

    Kremlin-loyal ‘observers’ arrive to rubberstamp Donbas ‘primaries’ in breach of Minsk Accord

    A “delegation of foreign observers from Finland and Serbia” has visited Donetsk as part of an elaborate, if farcical, attempt by the Kremlin-backed militants to bypass the commitments agreed in Minsk for holding local elections …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    To prevent further human suffering in the east of Ukraine, the rule of law has to be re-established
    Jul14

    To prevent further human suffering in the east of Ukraine, the rule of law has to be re-established

    According to Nils Muižnieks, Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, “the conflict in the east of Ukraine remains the cause of enormous human suffering and loss of life. It is high time to put an end to it and ensure the effective prosecution and sanctioning of those responsible for human rights violations” …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s Resilience Strengthens, Though Regional Cohesion Risks Remain
    Jul14

    Ukraine’s Resilience Strengthens, Though Regional Cohesion Risks Remain

    President Vladimir Putin and other Russian officials frequently refer to Ukraine’s weak social cohesion, thereby justifying the notion that Russia is intervening in this allegedly ungovernable weak state to protect its clientele groups there. During this year’s St. Petersburg Economic Forum (June 16–18), Putin indirectly accused the...

    New Generation of Digital Detectives Fight to Keep Russia Honest
    Jul13

    New Generation of Digital Detectives Fight to Keep Russia Honest

    Almost two years ago on July 17, 2014, a Buk missile downed Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in eastern Ukraine, killing 298 passengers and their crew. The Russian government pushed evidence implying that a Ukrainian plane had shot down MH17, while the Dutch Safety Board concluded that a Buk missile caused the plane to break up and crash. My...

    Has Ukraine Really Changed?
    Jul13

    Has Ukraine Really Changed?

    On Sunday, July 17, voters in seven electoral districts in Ukraine will head to the polls to select their representatives for the Verkhovna Rada, Ukraine’s parliament. This special election is set to fill vacancies, some due to ministerial appointments and elections to other offices, and in one case due to the death of an incumbent. The...

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