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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    The Return of the Russian Bear to the Middle East
    Jun14

    The Return of the Russian Bear to the Middle East

    Middle East Security and Policy Studies No. 120 This study looks at the aggressive new posture in Russian foreign policy under President Vladimir Putin, in the wake of its intervention in Syria and the Crimean peninsula. Dr. Shay Har-Zvi is a researcher of the international system and the involvement of the superpowers in the Middle East. His...

    Beyond NATO’s Eastern Border: Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova
    Jun14

    Beyond NATO’s Eastern Border: Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova

    When NATO leaders convene for their 27th summit in Warsaw, the challenges set before them are greater than at any moment since the end of the Cold War. The Eastern challenge from President Vladimir Putin is overlaid by the mass exodus from the Middle East and North Africa and the brutal terrorist attacks in France, Belgium, and elsewhere. These...

    Ukrainians Jailed in Russia Flying to Kyiv in Apparent Exchange
    Jun14

    Ukrainians Jailed in Russia Flying to Kyiv in Apparent Exchange

    June 14, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Dethroning Ukraine’s Oligarchs: A How-To Guide
    Jun14

    Dethroning Ukraine’s Oligarchs: A How-To Guide

    Ukraine’s oligarchs are its biggest problem. If there is a single obstacle to establishing a functioning state, a sound economy, and true democratic accountability, it is the tycoons who control the country. Real reform does not stand a chance unless the tycoons suffer a severe blow to their wealth and influence. FP: Dethroning...

    Plan for life after Vladimir Putin
    Jun14

    Plan for life after Vladimir Putin

    The only thing that constrains Putin is the fear of an immediate strong-arm response that could destabilize the regime. It was the West’s unexpectedly concerted and tough actions that limited the Kremlin’s aggression in Ukraine. Europe’s ability to act in concert is now Putin’s chief geopolitical target, because without it...

    Fact Check: do 89% of businesses really support Remain?
    Jun14

    Fact Check: do 89% of businesses really support Remain?

    Ready for my close up. Irina BragaIndependent poll: 89% of businesses back staying in Europe. Britain Stronger in Europe campaign claim Immigration and the economy have taken centre stage in the British EU referendum. The future economic performance of the UK in particular – its growth, job and wealth creation prospects – depends on how business...

    Balancing act in Russia: Memorial – a little complicated and very successful
    Jun14

    Balancing act in Russia: Memorial – a little complicated and very successful

    # 5 Divided DemocracyBalancing act in Russia: Memorial—a little complicated and very successful Memorial is a well-known, large, somewhat complicated, and very successful organization. Established in 1988 – still during the Soviet era – out of a civil-rights movement, Memorial is today a network, a confederation of more than eighty...

    Polls swing to Leave as The Sun calls on readers to back Brexit
    Jun14

    Polls swing to Leave as The Sun calls on readers to back Brexit

    Polls swing to Leave as The Sun calls on readers to back BrexitIn a front page editorial under the headline “BeLeave in Britain”, The Sun urges its readers to back Brexit and argues that staying in the EU would be “worse for immigration, worse for jobs, worse for wages and worse for our way of life.” It said that outside the EU, the UK could...

    Expert discussion “Russian-Ukrainian conflict in the context of domestic processes in Russia and Ukraine”
    Jun14

    Expert discussion “Russian-Ukrainian conflict in the context of domestic processes in Russia and Ukraine”

    On June 9, 2016 the Razumkov Centre, with support of the US Embassy in Ukraine, held an expert discussion titled “Russian-Ukrainian conflict in the context of domestic processes in Russia and Ukraine”. The discussion was opened by Professor Alexander Motyl, a prominent Ukrainian-American historian and political scientist from Rutgers University....

    Large-scale escalation in Donbas is possible only with the participation of Russian forces
    Jun14

    Large-scale escalation in Donbas is possible only with the participation of Russian forces

    This month, due to the hostilities in Donbas, 28 Ukrainian soldiers were killed, and over a hundred were wounded. Relatively quiet early May gave way to escalation and the biggest losses of the Armed Forces of Ukraine this year, informs the news agency BBC. Despite the increase in losses on both sides, currently we cannot talk about serious...

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