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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Most Russians Want Lenin’s Reburial
    Apr21

    Most Russians Want Lenin’s Reburial

    A majority believe it’s time for the symbol of Communism to rest in peace. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The Scale and Importance of the Financial Assistance to Ukraine
    Apr21

    The Scale and Importance of the Financial Assistance to Ukraine

    Ukraine’s new government will face a challenge of continuing the process of macroeconomic stabilisation of the country. Implementing the IMF agreement to receive the next tranche of financial assistance should be a priority. International creditor support is essential in order to continue down the path of economic growth. However, the...

    The Scale and Importance of the Financial Assistance to Ukraine
    Apr21

    The Scale and Importance of the Financial Assistance to Ukraine

    Ukraine’s new government will face a challenge of continuing the process of macroeconomic stabilisation of the country. Implementing the IMF agreement to receive the next tranche of financial assistance should be a priority. International creditor support is essential in order to continue down the path of economic growth. However, the...

    Resolving referendum roadblocks
    Apr21

    Resolving referendum roadblocks

    On April 6, Eurosceptics claimed an important victory when Dutch voters rejected the European Union’s Association Agreement with Ukraine in a referendum[1]. The agreement would have established a free trade area between the two sides and is seen as a first step towards EU membership for Ukraine. The vote was probably based on concerns among...

    Resolving referendum roadblocks
    Apr21

    Resolving referendum roadblocks

    On April 6, Eurosceptics claimed an important victory when Dutch voters rejected the European Union’s Association Agreement with Ukraine in a referendum[1]. The agreement would have established a free trade area between the two sides and is seen as a first step towards EU membership for Ukraine. The vote was probably based on concerns among...

    Connectography: Mapping the Future of Global Civilization
    Apr21

    Connectography: Mapping the Future of Global Civilization

    Connectivity is the most revolutionary force of the twenty-first century. Mankind is reengineering the planet, investing up to ten trillion dollars per year in transportation, energy, and communications infrastructure linking the world’s burgeoning megacities together. This has profound consequences for geopolitics, economics, demographics,...

    Commission proposes visa-free travel for Ukrainians
    Apr21

    Commission proposes visa-free travel for Ukrainians

    The European Commission proposed lifting the visa requirements for citizens of Ukraine on Wednesday (20 April). The move, which was expected, comes despite the Dutch referendum vote against the EU-Ukraine association agreement, partly motivated by hostility to migration. …read more Source:...

    Alarm bells ring as chief Maidan crimes investigator threatened with criminal charges
    Apr21

    Alarm bells ring as chief Maidan crimes investigator threatened with criminal charges

    Civic activists and Euromaidan victims’ lawyers have sounded the alarm about a major offensive against Serhiy Horbatyuk and his special investigative department. Several criminal investigations have been initiated against members of the department and Horbatyuk could himself be facing criminal charges for alleged ‘negligence’....

    Why I’m Pessimistic about Ukraine’s New Government
    Apr21

    Why I’m Pessimistic about Ukraine’s New Government

    President Petro Poroshenko’s passivity in the fight against corruption has restored the old rules of Ukrainian politics and renewed the significance of the oligarchs. They’re his main partners now. The search for a new prime minister is only part of this ignoble process. Over the last two months, Poroshenko has managed to back himself...

    Ukraine’s Finally Got a Cybersecurity Strategy. But Is It Enough?
    Apr21

    Ukraine’s Finally Got a Cybersecurity Strategy. But Is It Enough?

    Ukraine has been battling for its independence not only in the fields of the Donbas, but also in cyberspace. Government networks have been subject to continuous cyber espionage, while other cyberattacks have disrupted a presidential election, blocked access to news media, and engaged in hacktivism and propaganda distribution. Although these...

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