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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Naftohaz’s victory over Gazprom: the Arbitral Tribunal’s award on the transit contract
    Mar07

    Naftohaz’s victory over Gazprom: the Arbitral Tribunal’s award on the transit contract

    On 28 February, Naftohaz announced that the Arbitral Tribunal in Stockholm had handed down a favourable ruling for the Ukrainian side in its dispute with Gazprom. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

    Social Networks Are Creating a Global Crisis of Democracy
    Mar07

    Social Networks Are Creating a Global Crisis of Democracy

    Jan 19, 2018It wasn’t supposed to be this way. For a time, it seemed as if the internet was on democracy’s side, helping the crowds in Cairo’s Tahrir Square or Kiev’s Maidan topple terrible tyrants. …read more Source: Belfer Center for Science and International...

    Bear at the Door: Poland Ponders its Strategic Environment
    Mar07

    Bear at the Door: Poland Ponders its Strategic Environment

    Russian behavior has long influenced how safe Poles feel. Centuries of fending off or being subjugated by Russia (or, its 20th-century incarnation, the Soviet Union) have left them with an abiding mistrust of their big and often unfriendly eastern neighbor. Needless to say, Russia’s recent aggressiveness in Eastern Europe has put many Poles...

    Putin’s Science Fiction
    Mar07

    Putin’s Science Fiction

    Security On 1 March 2018, President Putin delivered a message to the Russian parliament. Other representatives of Russia’s ruling class were also sitting in the room, as is traditionally the case. Almost a half of the two-hour speech was devoted not to political and socio-economic proposals but, instead, exclusively to a story of...

    Women on the Front Line in eastern Ukraine
    Mar07

    Women on the Front Line in eastern Ukraine

    Article | The armed conflict in eastern Ukraine has been raging for four years now. It has brought suffering and disrupted the lives of hundreds of thousands of people on both sides of the front line. Still, life in the front line communities goes on. …read more Source: International Committee of the Red...

    NRA’s Ties to Russian Banker Probed
    Mar07

    NRA’s Ties to Russian Banker Probed

    Alexander Torshin boasted of his NRA membership, and sought meetings with Trump. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    New Fissures Appear in Ukrainian Christian Faiths
    Mar07

    New Fissures Appear in Ukrainian Christian Faiths

    Worsening relations with Russia over the Donbas conflict are driving a wedge between the two main Orthodox branches. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Polish Extremists Suspected in Ukraine Arson
    Mar07

    Polish Extremists Suspected in Ukraine Arson

    Ukrainian officials hint at Russian involvement in two attempts to burn down a building used by the Hungarian minority. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Russia and Ukraine Locked in Gas-Related Court Battle
    Mar07

    Russia and Ukraine Locked in Gas-Related Court Battle

    A four-year dispute over gas deliveries between Russian and Ukrainian energy giants ended in a court ruling on Wednesday, only to spark new disagreements. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    U.S. Confirms Antitank Missile Sale to Ukraine
    Mar07

    U.S. Confirms Antitank Missile Sale to Ukraine

    Head of Pentagon’s DARPA tech incubator says the agency is working with local partners. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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