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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Civil Society Gives Ukraine’s New Prime Minister Positive Marks
    Jun07

    Civil Society Gives Ukraine’s New Prime Minister Positive Marks

    During almost eight weeks in office, Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groisman has inspired largely negative reactions from Western analysts. Noting Groisman’s close relationship with President Petro Poroshenko, observers fret the young prime minister will merely function as a yes-man. His appointment was variously described as “same old,...

    Civil Society Gives Ukraine’s New Prime Minister Positive Marks
    Jun07

    Civil Society Gives Ukraine’s New Prime Minister Positive Marks

    During almost eight weeks in office, Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groisman has inspired largely negative reactions from Western analysts. Noting Groisman’s close relationship with President Petro Poroshenko, observers fret the young prime minister will merely function as a yes-man. His appointment was variously described as “same old,...

    The Savchenko Effect
    Jun07

    The Savchenko Effect

    The release from a Russian prison and return of helicopter pilot Nadiya Savchenko to Ukraine has ignited speculation about her future political plans. Elected as the first candidate on the party list of Yulia Tymoshenko’s bloc in the October 2014 parliamentary elections, Savchenko immediately entered politics upon her return to...

    Ukraine Defies Anti-Semitic Stereotypes
    Jun07

    Ukraine Defies Anti-Semitic Stereotypes

    Confronting a difficult history is no easy matter, particularly in Ukraine—a country caught between murderous regimes throughout the twentieth century. In his book Bloodlands, Yale historian Timothy Snyder places Ukraine at the center of a region where more than 14 million “non-combatants” were ruthlessly killed by the competing geopolitical...

    Ukraine Struggles to Shake Off Legacy of Corruption
    Jun07

    Ukraine Struggles to Shake Off Legacy of Corruption

    June 7, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Russia Says Will Resume Selling Gas to Ukraine
    Jun07

    Russia Says Will Resume Selling Gas to Ukraine

    June 7, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Washington Must Stop Challenging Other Major Powers in Their Neighborhoods
    Jun07

    Washington Must Stop Challenging Other Major Powers in Their Neighborhoods

    Ted Galen Carpenter Every reasonable person understandably cheered the demise of the Soviet Union (a true “evil empire”) in 1991. But one unfortunate effect was to free the United States to meddle around the world in regions that previously were well outside Washington’s security perimeter. Not only did the absence of a powerful adversary...

    Alexander Markus at the IWP conference “Ukraine – EU”
    Jun07

    Alexander Markus at the IWP conference “Ukraine – EU”

    Alexander Markus, Head of the Delegation of the German Economy in Ukraine, at the International Conference “Ukraine – EU: Turning Challenges into Opportunities” (Kyiv, 20.05.2016) …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Andreas Umland at the IWP conference “Ukraine – EU”
    Jun07

    Andreas Umland at the IWP conference “Ukraine – EU”

    Andreas Umland, Ph. D, Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Euro-Atlantic Cooperation, at the International Conference “Ukraine – EU: Turning Challenges into Opportunities” (Kyiv, 20.05.2016) …read more Source: Institute of World...

    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...

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