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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Russian Sources Likely Invested $100,000 in Divisive Facebook Campaign
    Sep09

    Russian Sources Likely Invested $100,000 in Divisive Facebook Campaign

    While not specifically referencing the U.S. elections, ads posted over two years added fuel to the fire on contentious topics. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Shirtless Putin and the Future of Russia
    Sep09

    Shirtless Putin and the Future of Russia

    Should we read anything into the latest macho poses of the president? …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    ‘How Can I Not Go Into the Forest?’
    Sep09

    ‘How Can I Not Go Into the Forest?’

    Poaching in the Chernobyl zone continues, and it’s not hard to see why. From Euroradio. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    ‘How Can I Not Go Into the Forest?’
    Sep09

    ‘How Can I Not Go Into the Forest?’

    Poaching in the Chernobyl zone continues, and it’s not hard to see why. From Euroradio. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    An Ever-Present Past
    Sep09

    An Ever-Present Past

    Four generations of Moldovan teachers talk about the lessons of Soviet-era deportations to Siberia. From Ziarul de Garda. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Russia admits to abducting 19-year-old Ukrainian Pavlo Hryb
    Sep09

    Russia admits to abducting 19-year-old Ukrainian Pavlo Hryb

    13 days after 19-year-old Ukrainian Pavlo Hryb vanished after entering Belarus, Russia’s FSB [Security Service] has admitted that he is in Russian custody in a Krasnodar SIZO [remand prison] …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    “Proof that history can be changed”
    Sep09

    “Proof that history can be changed”

    Irina Scherbakova was born in 1949. She is a civil rights activist, historian, and German scholar. In 1988, she was one of the founding members of Memorial – the first Soviet human rights organization. Simone Brunner spoke with her: Ms. Scherbakova, two years ago a book consisting of a dialogue between you and the German historian Karl Schlögel...

    Narrowing Perceptions Meet Sustained Disunity – Part 1
    Sep09

    Narrowing Perceptions Meet Sustained Disunity – Part 1

    This paper was written for the ‘V4 for Europe — Developing positive scenarios for Europe’s future’ workshop, organised by the Hungarian Europe Society in cooperation with the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung in Budapest on 16 May 2017. Whereas foreign relations and security concerns have gained a broader and comprehensive understanding under...

    Facing facts: Why the Great Famine in Ukraine still matters today
    Sep09

    Facing facts: Why the Great Famine in Ukraine still matters today

    The Holodomor happened almost a century ago. It’s legacy still shapes contemporary conflict. …read more Source: Center for European Policy...

    Apply to participate in the first CosmoHack in the world!
    Sep09

    Apply to participate in the first CosmoHack in the world!

    Dear Friend! • Are you young, energetic and curious? • An enthusiast of high-tech, space research, economics, new opportunities for humans? • Are you looking for answers to the questions that are too frightening for others – what’s beyond the horizon, beyond space and time, what will happen tomorrow or in 10 years? • Are you worried about...

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