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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Reports: New Ukrainian government in the offing
    Mar29

    Reports: New Ukrainian government in the offing

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk’s party has agreed with President Petro Poroshenko’s faction and the Fatherland party – all former coalition partners – to form a new alliance, the head of Yatseniuk’s People’s Front party, said on Monday (28 March). …read more Source:...

    Ukrainians demand an independent Prosecutor General
    Mar29

    Ukrainians demand an independent Prosecutor General

    200 or more protesters gathered outside the President’s Administration on Sunday demanding the removal of Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin whose resignation once again seems in doubt. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Moldova’s Chief of General Staff Dismissed After Long Feud With Defense Minister
    Mar28

    Moldova’s Chief of General Staff Dismissed After Long Feud With Defense Minister

    On March 18, the Moldovan government initiated the dismissal of the commander of the National Army, Brigadier General Igor Gorgan, after a months-long feud with Defense Minister Anatol Șalaru (Deschide.md, March 18). Once approved by the president, this would be the fourth reshuffle of the army’s leadership since the pro-European...

    US Diplomacy Feeds Putin’s Sense of Self-Righteousness
    Mar28

    US Diplomacy Feeds Putin’s Sense of Self-Righteousness

    President Vladimir Putin may have every reason to be satisfied with the visit of US Secretary of State John Kerry to Moscow last Thursday (March 24). Their meeting lasted no less than four hours, and prior to it, Kerry had a long and remarkably cheerful face-to-face conversation with Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. According to observant...

    Comme àla guerre.
    Mar28

    Comme àla guerre.

    Andrey Shipilov March 27, 2016 Today, one of my very old friend, with whom I had not spoken for many years, because our track long ago parted on different sides of the barricades, suddenly was cut in my messenger, and to my surprise, he presented me with a claim about my hints and involvement Russian secret services in the terrorist attacks in...

    Europe’s Changing Geopolitics
    Mar28

    Europe’s Changing Geopolitics

    The Cipher Brief: Is the landscape of unity within the EU changing and why? Michael Leigh: The fundamentals of EU unity remain in place: the single market, the EU’s exclusive responsibility for trade, and the primacy of EU law over national law. The EU and its member states are the largest providers of development assistance in the world....

    Strategy of Effective Removal of Putin
    Mar28

    Strategy of Effective Removal of Putin

    Author – Rohovyk O., coordinator of the Free Voice IAC Source: Borysfen Intel The most effective strategy against Putin’s aggression — is a strategy to “remove” Putin by helping him lose power in Russia. And here I mean precisely political removal or self-removal from office. But then Russia without Putin for Ukraine is only a chance, not a...

    The Referendum in the Netherlands
    Mar28

    The Referendum in the Netherlands

    Author —Cherkas A., an Analyst of the Free Voice IAC, student of Rijksuniversiteit Groningen Source: Borysfen Intel It’s no secret that in a few weeks in the Netherlands there will be held a consultative referendum on association between Ukraine and the EU. Apart from concerns about the “failure” of the Dutch decision on Ukraine and fakes...

    Crucial Maidan killings suspect released with courts accused of sabotage
    Mar28

    Crucial Maidan killings suspect released with courts accused of sabotage

    Roman Zavorotny, who is accused of a key role in arming ‘titushki’ or paid thugs with police machine guns, was released from custody just after midnight on Sunday morning …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Russia employs old Soviet playbook in Georgia as U.S. sits on the sidelines.
    Mar27

    Russia employs old Soviet playbook in Georgia as U.S. sits on the sidelines.

    REDS UNDER/ON THE OUR BEDS…? By L. Todd Wood – – Thursday, March 24, 2016 ANALYSIS/OPINION: When Ukraine’s Maidan Revolution broke out in 2014, Western leaders should have recognized right at the outset that Russia would employ the same playbook there as it has in another vulnerable slice of the old Soviet Union — Georgia. With its small...

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