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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Kataryna Wolczuk at the IWP conference “Ukraine – EU”
    Jun07

    Kataryna Wolczuk at the IWP conference “Ukraine – EU”

    Kataryna Wolczuk, Professor of East European Politics in the University of Birmingham, Associate Fellow at the Russia and Eurasia Programme in Chatham House, at the International Conference “Ukraine – EU: Turning Challenges into Opportunities” (Kyiv, 20.05.2016) …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Carl Bildt at the IWP conference “Ukraine – EU”
    Jun07

    Carl Bildt at the IWP conference “Ukraine – EU”

    Carl Bildt, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sweden (2006-14), Member of the IWP Supervisory Board, at the International Conference “Ukraine – EU: Turning Challenges into Opportunities” (Kyiv, 20.05.2016) …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Belarus Moves Against Crimea Recognition
    Jun07

    Belarus Moves Against Crimea Recognition

    Authorities ban Polish-made globes that depict the peninsula as part of Russia. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Jan Tombinski at the IWP conference “Ukraine – EU”
    Jun07

    Jan Tombinski at the IWP conference “Ukraine – EU”

    Jan Tombinski, the Head of the EU Delegation to Ukraine, at the International Conference “Ukraine – EU: Turning Challenges into Opportunities” (Kyiv, 20.05.2016) …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Ukraine says detained Frenchman planned attacks on Euro 2016
    Jun07

    Ukraine says detained Frenchman planned attacks on Euro 2016

    Ukraine’s state security service said yesterday (6 June) a French citizen detained in late May on the border with Poland had been planning attacks in France to coincide with the Euro 2016 soccer championship it is hosting. …read more Source:...

    Putin: Russia’s last ‘pro-Western’ alternative
    Jun07

    Putin: Russia’s last ‘pro-Western’ alternative

    The West tends to anticipate the eventual downfall of Vladimir Putin with certain exuberance and optimism due to expectations of a more ‘pro-Western’ alternative or even the return of Yeltsin-era policies. The anti-Russian sanctions following Moscow’s seizure of Crimea were envisioned to turn the population, business community and...

    Anti-corruption organizations demand action on Yanukovych regime prosecutions
    Jun07

    Anti-corruption organizations demand action on Yanukovych regime prosecutions

    Transparency International Ukraine, lawyers representing the families of the Heavenly Hundred and other anti-corruption organizations point to the failure of Ukraine’s law enforcement bodies to convict even one high-ranking official of the previous regime. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Another Ukrainian charged with ‘terrorism’ in Russian-occupied Crimea
    Jun07

    Another Ukrainian charged with ‘terrorism’ in Russian-occupied Crimea

    Another ‘terrorism’ trial is about to begin of a Ukrainian arrested in occupied Crimea and held in custody for over a year. Maxim Filatov, who may be as young as 21, is alleged to be a fighter from the Azov Battalion. though this appears as questionable as everything else about the case. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights...

    Tortured Ukrainian demands formal apology from Russia for insane prosecution
    Jun07

    Tortured Ukrainian demands formal apology from Russia for insane prosecution

    Serhiy Lytvynov, the Luhansk oblast resident abducted in Russia and tortured into confessing to war crimes that never happened, is demanding a formal apology for his unlawful prosecution. This he has the right to by law, and his lawyer Viktor Parshutkin plans to take the matter to court if Russia’s Prosecutor General fails to react....

    Ukraine Detains Frenchman Plotting Euro 2016 Attack
    Jun06

    Ukraine Detains Frenchman Plotting Euro 2016 Attack

    The Guardian. England. …read more Source: World Affairs...

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