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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Beginning all over again!
    Jun28

    Beginning all over again!

    Strategic landscape in Afghanistan context is changing fast. Americans have long been working to go back on their promise of pulling out of Afghanistan. Crimean crisis came as a God-sent occurrence that helped enhanced marketing of the idea within American strategic community and its European camp followers. The day President Obama announced...

    Congressman Brendan Boyle Urges President Obama to Visit Ukraine
    Jun28

    Congressman Brendan Boyle Urges President Obama to Visit Ukraine

    June 27, 2016 In The News Congressman Brendan F. Boyle and the Ukraine Caucus Co-Chairs, Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur, Congressman Sander Levin and Congressman Michael Fitzpatrick led a letter to President Obama urging him to visit Ukraine prior to the end of his term. Fifteen members of the U.S. House of Representatives joined in on signing […]...

    Belarus Experiments With New Kind of Money: Coins
    Jun28

    Belarus Experiments With New Kind of Money: Coins

    Banknotes to shed four zeroes in leader Lukashenka’s latest bid to slow inflation. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    From Opportunity to Crisis: NATO’s Eastern Perception Problem
    Jun28

    From Opportunity to Crisis: NATO’s Eastern Perception Problem

    With its rapid eastward expansion following the Soviet collapse, NATO lost an unprecedented opportunity for east-west cooperation. Since then, its rhetoric and further expansion have only entrenched its negative perception in Russia, which the Ukraine crisis revealed to be problem a serious danger to European stability. In future, NATO must make...

    How Ukraine Can Open Its Door to NATO
    Jun28

    How Ukraine Can Open Its Door to NATO

    Ukraine’s top priority needs to be its domestic policy. Success at home will determine the rest, including strengthening Ukraine’s partnership with NATO. To make a case that Kyiv is a reliable partner of the Alliance, it must first start to modernize all fields of government, military, and the private sector. Ukraine must continue to...

    Memo to NATO: Wake Up Before Putin Turns the Black Sea into a Russian Lake
    Jun28

    Memo to NATO: Wake Up Before Putin Turns the Black Sea into a Russian Lake

    By invading Ukraine and annexing Crimea, Russian President Vladimir Putin has transformed the security situation in the Black Sea.Upon capturing those territories, Moscow lost no time in seizing Ukrainian energy facilities in the Black Sea and accelerating its ongoing military modernization there. As a result, Moscow has built a combined arms...

    US and Ukraine Armies begin joint exercises “liberation” of the Crimea.
    Jun28

    US and Ukraine Armies begin joint exercises “liberation” of the Crimea.

    /Preparing for the complete blocking of borders with Russia and the Russian military bases abroad, in the event of the “day X”, is in full swing, and a professional army needed for these tasks./ – GCSSI. RUSSIAN VIEW: … In the coming days at the NATO summit will be approved by a decision on the participation of Ukraine and Georgia into NATO...

    Russia, NATO Tangle Over Montenegro
    Jun28

    Russia, NATO Tangle Over Montenegro

    The smallest Balkan country is finding itself caught between a traditional friend and a new ally. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    NATO’s Article V: Iron Clad Commitment or Paper Tiger?
    Jun28

    NATO’s Article V: Iron Clad Commitment or Paper Tiger?

    NATO’s ironclad Article V is continually referred to when a threat of any kind is made to a member. Yet, Russia’s hybrid warfare in Ukraine, coupled with the article’s ambiguity, demonstrate that we must question Article V’s reliability and longevity; it is worth considering other, more proactive forms of collective...

    Intolerance on the march: do Brexit and Trump point to global rejection of liberal ideals?
    Jun28

    Intolerance on the march: do Brexit and Trump point to global rejection of liberal ideals?

    Walls intended to separate, such as this one in Berlin, seem to be back in vogue. Berlin wall via www.shutterstock.comBack in 1991, the eminent political scientist Samuel Huntington pointed out that democratic transitions around the world often come in waves. He pointed to a “third wave” of democratization that began in the 1970s with Spain and...

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