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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Ukrainian Media Speculate That Akhmetov, Boyko May Head Rebel-Occupied Provinces
    Mar22

    Ukrainian Media Speculate That Akhmetov, Boyko May Head Rebel-Occupied Provinces

    Two years since Russia’s annexation of Crimea and Moscow’s initiation of the war in Donbas, the peace process in Ukraine is at a standstill. Moreover, there are fears that after a pullout from Syria, Moscow may mount a new offensive in Ukraine (Segodnya.ua, March 18). On the other hand, if Moscow decides to back away from all-out...

    Attack in Grozny on Member of Presidential Council Forces Kremlin Response
    Mar22

    Attack in Grozny on Member of Presidential Council Forces Kremlin Response

    On March 16, a well-known human rights activist, Igor Kalyapin, who heads the Committee for the Prevention of Torture, was attacked in Grozny, Chechnya. Soon after Kalyapin’s arrival in Grozny, the administration of the hotel where he was staying asked him to leave the premises. After the rights activist stepped out of the hotel, a mob...

    Did Putin win in Syria? Or is he cutting his losses?
    Mar21

    Did Putin win in Syria? Or is he cutting his losses?

    By Putin’s own definition, Russia won in Syria By Sergey Aleksashenko Pavel and I agree that while the withdrawal of Russian military power from Syria came as a surprise in the immediate sense, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decision to pull out was logical given the circumstances he faced in Syria. Where we differ is in our...

    Did Putin win in Syria? Or is he cutting his loses?
    Mar21

    Did Putin win in Syria? Or is he cutting his loses?

    By Putin’s own definition, Russia won in Syria By Sergey Aleksashenko Pavel and I agree that while the withdrawal of Russian military power from Syria came as a surprise in the immediate sense, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decision to pull out was logical given the circumstances he faced in Syria. Where we differ is in our...

    Marie Mendras: Western countries and international organizations will continue strongly support Ukraine
    Mar21

    Marie Mendras: Western countries and international organizations will continue strongly support Ukraine

    Marie Mendras, Senior Fellow, Transatlantic Academy, German Marshall Fund (Washington, D.C), Professor at the Paris School of International Affairs …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Ioannis Karras explains why European Union and European institutions are important for Ukraine
    Mar21

    Ioannis Karras explains why European Union and European institutions are important for Ukraine

    Ioannis Karras, Assistant Professor of History Freiburg University, Visiting Lecturer International Hellenic University Thessaloniki …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Russian Investigators Probe FlyDubai Crash
    Mar21

    Russian Investigators Probe FlyDubai Crash

    High winds, crew error, or a technical malfunction have all been suggested as causes for the south Russian disaster that killed 62. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Crimea: Not Russia’s and not forgotten
    Mar21

    Crimea: Not Russia’s and not forgotten

    Russia’s illegal annexation of Ukraine has destabilised the region and put European security at risk. We must stand firm and show Russia that such behaviour will not be tolerated, writes David Lidington. …read more Source:...

    Two Years After Crimea: The Evolution of a Political Regime
    Mar21

    Two Years After Crimea: The Evolution of a Political Regime

    The system, its leader, and the popular majority formed after Crimea will survive the 2018 presidential election. The existing regime is incapable of democratization. At the same time it is dangerous to ratchet up repression. The government is trying to encourage inertia, but this is becoming increasingly difficult after Crimea, Donbas, Syria,...

    Revitalizing the Minsk Agreement
    Mar21

    Revitalizing the Minsk Agreement

    There are two possible futures for eastern Ukraine’s Donbas region. One could be found under the framework of the Minsk peace process, or the region could become the site of a “frozen conflict,” with low-level skirmishes underscoring the ever-present risk of more serious bloodshed. …read more Source: Project Syndicate (Czech...

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