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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Ukraine’s Grassroots Transformation of Education
    Jun15

    Ukraine’s Grassroots Transformation of Education

    In today’s globalized world, education is perhaps the greatest challenge in a developing country. To keep pace with new technology and innovation, young people must possess not only basic skills but also be proactive, creative, innovative, and able to adjust quickly.According to the New Vision for Education report compiled at the World...

    NATO Says Ukraine Ceasefire Barely Holding, Scolds Russia
    Jun15

    NATO Says Ukraine Ceasefire Barely Holding, Scolds Russia

    June 15, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Romania
    Jun15

    Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Romania

    On June 23, the Institute of World Policy will present a discussion paper “Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Romania”. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Don’t Appease Putin
    Jun15

    Don’t Appease Putin

    A weakening of sanctions on Russia might please European populists, and a growing number of business leaders favor a softer approach as well. But when the EU’s current sanctions regime expires next month, it should be tightened, not loosened. …read more Source: Project Syndicate (Czech...

    Ukrainian Guns Could Flood Western Europe, Experts Caution
    Jun15

    Ukrainian Guns Could Flood Western Europe, Experts Caution

    Arrest of Frenchman with a small arsenal has ramped up concerns about Donbas weapons being smuggled westward. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Fact Check: does Vladimir Putin really want a Brexit from the European Union?
    Jun15

    Fact Check: does Vladimir Putin really want a Brexit from the European Union?

    President Putin would shed no tears if Britain left the European Union. He would see Brexit as a sign of our weakness and the weakness of European solidarity at the very moment we need to maintain our collective strength. Hilary Benn, Labour’s shadow foreign secretary, speaking in February 2016. The received wisdom in the Brexit debate is...

    Judy Asks: Has the West Forgotten Ukraine?
    Jun15

    Judy Asks: Has the West Forgotten Ukraine?

    A selection of experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world. …read more Source: Carnegie...

    Duma Elections: Crimea Effect Caps Protest Potential
    Jun15

    Duma Elections: Crimea Effect Caps Protest Potential

    The annexation of Crimea in March 2014 fundamentally changed Russia’s political climate: support for Vladimir Putin’s regime rose and remains high, despite a certain cooldown in recent months. Discontent is building but remains far from boiling point, and we are unlikely to see large-scale protest voting or mass rallies in the...

    Freed Ukrainian Political Prisoner: Sanctions Against Russia Must Continue to Free Others
    Jun15

    Freed Ukrainian Political Prisoner: Sanctions Against Russia Must Continue to Free Others

    74-year-old Yury Soloshenko and Gennady Afanasyev (26) are finally home and enormously grateful for the support they received. They both spoke of the need to return all prisoners held by Russia, and the role in this that sanctions play …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Kremlin proxies stage ‘mass protests’ against real peacekeeping force in Donbas
    Jun15

    Kremlin proxies stage ‘mass protests’ against real peacekeeping force in Donbas

    What conceivable arguments could there be against an armed OSCE mission helping to ensure peace in Donbas? When there are none, except the lack of any intention to stop the war, you bring out “tens of thousands” of protesters, on fear of losing their jobs if they don’t appear. Judging by a report from Deutsche Welle, such stunts may even...

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