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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    European Security ‘impossible’ Without a Democratic Belarus
    Sep08

    European Security ‘impossible’ Without a Democratic Belarus

    Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko has been in power since 1994, the often-called ‘last dictator in Europe’ has rightfully earned his name by jailing and killing journalists and opposition leaders since the late 1990’s. Given Lukashenko’s role in the Minsk ceasefire agreements, he might be trying to get a clean slate with...

    Are We Near the End of NATO?
    Sep08

    Are We Near the End of NATO?

    (Photo: Drop of Light / Shutterstock.com) If the number of eager applicants on a waiting list determines the strength of a club, then the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is in fine fettle. At its most recent gathering in July, NATO welcomed its 29th member — Montenegro — which means that the alliance now outnumbers the European Union....

    The Future of Eastern Partnership – will it succeed or will it fail?
    Sep08

    The Future of Eastern Partnership – will it succeed or will it fail?

    Author – Sevak Aslanyan, Master’s Student at Jagiellonian University eeas.europa.eu European Union’s (EU) Eastern Partnership Project (EaP) has registered very controversial results after the six years of its kick-off. In some countries it succeeded to implement the desired reforms and brought to the conclusion of the Association...

    The Trumpillary War Machine Is Bad News
    Sep08

    The Trumpillary War Machine Is Bad News

    I was fortunate enough to view a screening of the new Snowden movie Wednesday evening with some of the whistleblowers who have cameos in it and with its director Oliver Stone. I’m not allowed to review it until Saturday night, but it is a truly great movie and has the potential to be the most widely seen, heard, or read thing of any...

    Ukraine Seeking Chinese Money for Dream Plane
    Sep08

    Ukraine Seeking Chinese Money for Dream Plane

    The gargantuan craft has a unique capacity to deliver very big, very heavy cargoes, but development costs beyond the maker’s means. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Leading Russian Polling Agency Listed as ‘Foreign Agent’
    Sep08

    Leading Russian Polling Agency Listed as ‘Foreign Agent’

    Move comes days after Levada Center reported falling support for ruling party and less than two weeks before nationwide elections. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    What should be thr strategy of Ukraine after Brexit?
    Sep08

    What should be thr strategy of Ukraine after Brexit?

    On September 19 the Institute of World Policy will organize roundtable “What should be the strategy of Ukraine after Brexit?”. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Russian Arctic River Runs Red
    Sep08

    Russian Arctic River Runs Red

    Pollution is the most likely cause for the biblical hue of water in notoriously polluted Norilsk. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    IWP Held a Discussion on EU Interventions in Ukraine’s Conflict Settlement
    Sep08

    IWP Held a Discussion on EU Interventions in Ukraine’s Conflict Settlement

    On September 7, the Institute of World Policy organised a closed discussion to present the research findings of EU interventions in Ukraine’s conflict settlement. The research has been prepared …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Assessing the G20: Great Impetus Amid Frictions
    Sep08

    Assessing the G20: Great Impetus Amid Frictions

    Given rising economic, social, political, environmental, and security risks around the world, this week was a tough time to hold a consensus-oriented global summit of major powers. Did the G20 Hangzhou summit manage to break new ground and significantly advance global governance? The Chinese presidency of the G20 deployed unprecedented resources...

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