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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Polls still neck and neck as campaigns make final pitches to the electorate
    Jun22

    Polls still neck and neck as campaigns make final pitches to the electorate

    Polls still neck and neck as campaigns make final pitches to the electorateThe BBC last night hosted an EU referendum debate at Wembley Arena. A YouGov poll following the debate found that 39% believed Leave won, with 34% saying Remain won. When asked how they would vote, 41% said Remain and 40% Leave. Ruth Davidson MSP, arguing for the Remain...

    Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Italy
    Jun22

    Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Italy

    On June 30, the Institute of World Policy will present a discussion paper “Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Italy”. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Who is the owner of the Black Sea?
    Jun22

    Who is the owner of the Black Sea?

    June 21, 2016 By Vadim Alenichev, Andrey Degtyarev The Black Sea region is transformed into a zone of combat international interests WASHINGTON – Military Space Forces of Russia successfully tested a short-range missiles. The tests were held in Kazakhstan Sary-Shagan, which is leased by the Ministry of Defence. The department also noted...

    The Internationalization of Far-Right Terrorism in Europe and NATO’s Future Role
    Jun22

    The Internationalization of Far-Right Terrorism in Europe and NATO’s Future Role

    Out of Ukraine we can see indications of a future threat. It is not the Russian government, it is right-wing extremism. Right-wing terrorism is becoming increasingly international, and hence requires international action through NATO. To mitigate this threat more intelligence cooperation is required and NATO stands as a perfect institution to...

    Kremlin-backed militants refuse to release hostages of Putin’s Minsk II deceit
    Jun22

    Kremlin-backed militants refuse to release hostages of Putin’s Minsk II deceit

    Any talk about easing sanctions against Russia for partial compliance must seem particularly insulting to the wives of two Ukrainian military officers – Oleksandr Korinkov and Serhiy Glondar – taken prisoner during the siege of Debaltseve in February 2015, four days after a supposed ceasefire agreed by Vladimir Putin in Minsk...

    Russia’s 200th Motorized Infantry Brigade in the Donbass, Part 2
    Jun21

    Russia’s 200th Motorized Infantry Brigade in the Donbass, Part 2

    The following post originally appeared on the Russian-language blog of the author, Askai707. Part 1 of this investigation can be found here (EN) and here (RU). Below is an English translation of the post (translated by Aric Toler), which concerns the direct open source evidence regarding the participation of Russia’s 200th Separate...

    The Internationalization of Far-Right Terrorism in Europe and NATO’s Future Role
    Jun21

    The Internationalization of Far-Right Terrorism in Europe and NATO’s Future Role

    Out of Ukraine we can see indications of a future threat. It is not the Russian government, it is right-wing extremism. Right-wing terrorism is becoming increasingly international, and hence requires international action through NATO. To mitigate this threat more intelligence cooperation is required and NATO stands as a perfect institution to...

    ‘Hello, Lenin!’ Three Components of America’s Misguided Foreign Policy
    Jun21

    ‘Hello, Lenin!’ Three Components of America’s Misguided Foreign Policy

    Since the end of the Cold War, American foreign policy could almost have been designed to undermine our national interests. Whether under Republican George W. Bush or Democrats Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, we have seen “regime changes” and “color revolutions,” facilitation of global jihadism while claiming to combat it, and gratuitous...

    Dare to Take Charge: The EU, Areas of Conflict in International Politics, and the Case for Assuming Greater Responsibility
    Jun21

    Dare to Take Charge: The EU, Areas of Conflict in International Politics, and the Case for Assuming Greater Responsibility

    We cannot quarantine ourselves from the instability that reigns south and east of Europe. Europe must strike a new balance between idealistic foreign policy and realism. The opening address of the 17th Annual Foreign Policy Conference. This is the 17th Annual Foreign Policy Conference of the Heinrich Böll Foundation – it has become a proud...

    GRAND JIHAD YET TO COME.
    Jun21

    GRAND JIHAD YET TO COME.

    “In the lands of the Crusaders is not innocents” Avraham Shmulevich Bloody Islamist terror list will grow as long as Western leaders do not recognize that faced with a frontal attack. The carnage in Orlando, the very next day – two terrorist attacks in Paris, a few days before – shot in a shopping mall in Tel Aviv … This is only the most recent...

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