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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Explainer: What is going on in Ukraine now?
    Jan12

    Explainer: What is going on in Ukraine now?

    Watching Putin’s end-of-year news conference in Sevastopol, Crimea. Reuters/Pavel RebrovOn the face of it, the conflict in Ukraine seems to have stabilised somewhat. Sporadic shelling aside, the last few months of 2015 saw the “hot” phase of the conflict in eastern Ukraine wind down to a relative calm. Both parties’ forces have been...

    PowerLinks 01.12.16
    Jan12

    PowerLinks 01.12.16

    Free enterprise and the burgeoning coalition against poverty Arthur C. Brooks, AEI If you had proposed four years ago that 2016 would bring a presidential forum dedicated to the issue of poverty and featuring the conservative candidates, few would have been quick to believe you. Let’s face it: When most people think of the free enterprise...

    What the Ukraine Crisis reveal about the West. A talk by Volodymyr Dubovyk, 19 January 2016
    Jan12

    What the Ukraine Crisis reveal about the West. A talk by Volodymyr Dubovyk, 19 January 2016

    An event jointly held by the Henry Jackson Society and the Ukrainian Institute TIME: 18:00 – 19:00, Tuesday 19th January 2016 VENUE: Floor 26, Millbank Tower, 21-24 Millbank, London, SW1P 4QP SPEAKER: Dr. Volodymyr Dubovyk, Associate Professor, Odesa Mechnikov National University, Ukraine The crisis in Ukraine, beginning in late 2013, brought the...

    Why Are America’s Allies So Persistently Pathetic?
    Jan11

    Why Are America’s Allies So Persistently Pathetic?

    Doug Bandow The United States is allied with every major industrialized power on the planet. America’s friends in Asia and Europe generally are prosperous and populous. Yet decades after the conflicts which led to Washington’s security guarantees for them, the allied gaggle remains a bunch of ‘losers,’ to paraphrase Donald...

    Local Forces for Change: Can Odessa Provide Impetus for Reform in Ukraine?
    Jan11

    Local Forces for Change: Can Odessa Provide Impetus for Reform in Ukraine?

    Thu21JanInvitation OnlyResearch EventLocal Forces for Change: Can Odessa Provide Impetus for Reform in Ukraine?21 Jan 2016 – 15:30 to 17:00Add to CalendariCalendar Outlook Google Yahoo Chatham House, London Russia and Eurasia Programme, Ukraine ForumParticipantsOlga Onuch, Assistant Professor in Politics, The University of Manchester;...

    Ukraine’s challenges for 2016
    Jan11

    Ukraine’s challenges for 2016

    Ukraine faces another difficult year as it grapples with two daunting challenges: Russia’s continuing effort to use the unsettled conflict in the Donbas to destabilize Kiev, and the need to implement critical economic reforms. In order to put the country on a path to becoming a successful European state, Ukraine’s leadership has to...

    Juncker: ‘A Dutch No To EU-Ukraine Agreement Could Lead To Continental Crisis’
    Jan11

    Juncker: ‘A Dutch No To EU-Ukraine Agreement Could Lead To Continental Crisis’

    January 11, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Athletics World Records Could be Shelved
    Jan11

    Athletics World Records Could be Shelved

    Links between sport’s world body and Russian cheaters expected to be the focus of second international anti-doping report this week. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    An Expensive Fight for Russia and Turkey
    Jan11

    An Expensive Fight for Russia and Turkey

    Transatlantic TakeWASHINGTON—It was “a stab in the back,” Russian President Vladimir Putin declared. Turkey’s shooting down of the Russian jet over Turkish airspace in late November sparked angry denunciations from Moscow. But rather than “stab in the back,” the more relevant bodily metaphor is “shot in the foot.” For both Russia and...

    Rollback: Central Europe’s Populist Tide
    Jan11

    Rollback: Central Europe’s Populist Tide

    Can a democratic transition be reversed? The lesson of Central Europe since 2008 is a clear and depressing “yes”. The backsliding ranges from the deliberate and systematic demolition of independent institutions and political pluralism in Hungary, to the aggressive actions of Law and Justice in its first weeks in power in Poland, to...

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