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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Russia Stuck with Most Gender-Based Work Restrictions
    Apr18

    Russia Stuck with Most Gender-Based Work Restrictions

    It’s forbidden to hire women for hundreds of jobs, as legislation has seen few changes since the Soviet era. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    What Ukraine’s new prime minister is (and isn’t) likely to achieve
    Apr18

    What Ukraine’s new prime minister is (and isn’t) likely to achieve

    A months-long political crisis in Kiev came to an end on April 14, when Ukraine’s Rada (parliament) approved a new prime minister. Expectations that the government will move on needed reforms and anti-corruption measures, however, are low. Kamikaze prime minister? The previous prime minister, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, had served since the Maidan...

    Ukrainian Foreign Policy Audit: a Project of the Black Sea Trust
    Apr18

    Ukrainian Foreign Policy Audit: a Project of the Black Sea Trust

    Photo: torange.biz With the support of Black Sea Trust, the Kyiv-based Institute of World Policy launched a large-scale analytical project Ukraine’s Foreign Policy Audit. The objective of this project is to explore the mutual interests of Ukraine and a number of strategically important states in order to develop recommendations for a...

    European Disintegration: Too Much to Lose
    Apr18

    European Disintegration: Too Much to Lose

    For decades the search for deeper integration characterised the European Union. Today the discussion revolves around disintegration. It began with the Greek debt crisis, but only came into its own with summer 2015’s major influx of refugees and the reimposition of controls at certain borders. In June the United Kingdom will vote on whether...

    Zhirinovsky Headed for the Scrap Heap?
    Apr18

    Zhirinovsky Headed for the Scrap Heap?

    A statue of the controversial Russian nationalist may be dismantled for breaching federal law. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Stuck in the Ukrainian Conundrum: U.S. And Europe Need to Drop Sanctions and Negotiate a Way Out
    Apr18

    Stuck in the Ukrainian Conundrum: U.S. And Europe Need to Drop Sanctions and Negotiate a Way Out

    Doug Bandow Many Ukrainians expect America and Europe to save them. Suggest that they are living a fantasy gets you tarred as a blatant fool and Russian stooge. Yet Ukraine shouldn’t waste time posing as a fairy tale maiden in distress waiting for rescue by the Western knight in shining armor. Kiev risks ending up as a failed state. Ukraine...

    No, ‘We’ Aren’t Responsible for Chibok Girls: Political Proclamations Won’t Solve World’s Problems
    Apr18

    No, ‘We’ Aren’t Responsible for Chibok Girls: Political Proclamations Won’t Solve World’s Problems

    Doug Bandow What do you do after you brought your party’s control of government to a dramatic end? You become an international scold and blowhard, blaming the world’s problems on everyone else—who have no ability to solve any of them. In fact, has-beens and once-weres often are brought in as decorations for international gatherings,...

    Chernobyl Anniversary: Ukraine Holds Fast to Nuclear Energy Despite Disaster
    Apr18

    Chernobyl Anniversary: Ukraine Holds Fast to Nuclear Energy Despite Disaster

    April 18, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Ukrainian Prosecutor Wants 15 Years for Alleged Russian Soldiers
    Apr18

    Ukrainian Prosecutor Wants 15 Years for Alleged Russian Soldiers

    Kyiv says Russians participated in conflict in eastern Ukraine, as swap for jailed Ukrainian pilot might be moving closer to reality. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    HCSS: Defense Reform in Ukraine: Civil Society to the Rescue
    Apr18

    HCSS: Defense Reform in Ukraine: Civil Society to the Rescue

    Stephan attended a meeting on Ukrainian Defense Reform at the NATO Liaison Office in Kyiv. …read more Source: The Hague Centre for Strategic...

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