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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Sanctions on Russia: Moscow’s Attempt to Soften the Blow
    Sep05

    Sanctions on Russia: Moscow’s Attempt to Soften the Blow

    Despite attempts by Russia to create mechanisms to soften the impact of ‘targeted’ financial and energy sanctions, full reintegration, even in a scenario of future divergence between the US and the EU, will be difficult to achieve. mehdi_newsbrief_sept_vol.36_no.5.pdfSanctions, like other tools of financial warfare, have increasingly become...

    UK and EU Foreign Policy Cooperation after Brexit
    Sep05

    UK and EU Foreign Policy Cooperation after Brexit

    The UK’s relationship with the EU’s foreign policy will be critical as it seeks to reposition itself on the international stage in the aftermath of the referendum result. dijkstra_newsbrief_sept_vol.36_no.5.pdfIn the wake of the referendum on the withdrawal of the UK from the EU, much of the discussion has focused on the procedural...

    Dangerous & Senseless Arson Attack on TV Inter for ’pro-Russian Position’
    Sep05

    Dangerous & Senseless Arson Attack on TV Inter for ’pro-Russian Position’

    Irresponsible protesters who attacked the offices of TV Inter on Sunday afternoon have done Ukraine no favours. Their actions were not just dangerous and unacceptable, but stupidly counter-productive, making the Interior Minister’s reference to his serious allegations against the channel seem ill-timed. …read more Source: Kharkiv...

    Silence on Critical Verdict Will Free Kremlin Hand for More Repression in Crimea
    Sep05

    Silence on Critical Verdict Will Free Kremlin Hand for More Repression in Crimea

    Russia is already imprisoning 14 Crimean Muslims, almost all Crimean Tatars, on trumped-up charges. Without international protest, that number is certain to rise, with Russia as occupier of Crimea using such conveyor-belt prosecutions to imprison rights activists or others who take a strong civic position …read more Source: Kharkiv Human...

    Free Ilmi Umerov! Stop Political Terror in the Crimea!
    Sep05

    Free Ilmi Umerov! Stop Political Terror in the Crimea!

    Statement of the Ukrainian Center of the International PEN …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Pro-Kremlin Media Lies as International Pressure Mounts to Free Umerov
    Sep04

    Pro-Kremlin Media Lies as International Pressure Mounts to Free Umerov

    International protest over Russia’s prosecution and punitive psychiatry against Crimean Tatar leader Ilmi Umerov has not gone unnoticed in Moscow. The demands for his immediate release are unheeded, but a newspaper close to the Kremlin has produced a supposed ‘interview’ trying to discredit Umerov and refute all grounds for protest....

    Without cunning schemes and “multi-pass combinations.” West announced the verdict for Putin’s Russia.
    Sep03

    Without cunning schemes and “multi-pass combinations.” West announced the verdict for Putin’s Russia.

    … That’s such a sad picture. For Russia, of course. Kirill Sazonov 09/03/2016. Russian Ministry of Economic Development proposes to budget for the period from 2017 to 2019 version of the “basic plus”, which is based on an oil price of $ 50 per barrel in 2017 and $ 55 per barrel in 2018-2019. And why not write – the paper can endure. Paper...

    No Quiet On The Eastern Front
    Sep03

    No Quiet On The Eastern Front

    Image credit: Poster Collection, RU/SU 2317.3R, Hoover Institution Archives.Blank Section (Placeholder)via Military History in the NewsIt is impossible to follow the news of the buildup of Russian forces in the Donbas region in Ukraine and just across the international border without flashing back to the summer of 1943. In that year the Red Army...

    Despite Sanctions, International Trade with Crimea Continues
    Sep02

    Despite Sanctions, International Trade with Crimea Continues

    Kyiv Post. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    2014 Ratiu Award Winner Profiled in the New Yorker
    Sep02

    2014 Ratiu Award Winner Profiled in the New Yorker

    Winner of the 2014 Ion Ratiu Democracy Award, Mustafa Nayyem, is profiled in the September 5, 2016 issue of The New Yorker in an article about his transition from journalism to politics in Ukraine. Nayyem is credited for having made the social media post that helped spur thousands of protestors to gather in Maidan Square. …read more Source:...

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