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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    The View from MIPIM 2018
    Mar14

    The View from MIPIM 2018

    Emerging Europe has spent the past three days in the sunshine at Cannes, at MIPIM – the annual investment and real estate fair. As big as ever, this year’s event placed a great deal of emphasis on innovation, talent and skills, all combining to create solutions that the world’s cities are currently facing. It’s with not a small...

    Boxing for a European Kyiv
    Mar14

    Boxing for a European Kyiv

    Mayor of Kyiv and former world heavyweight boxing champion Vitali Klitschko finds a few minutes in his busy schedule at MIPIM 2018 to talk to Emerging Europe’s Craig Turp about how the future of Kyiv – and all Ukraine – is inside Europe. Boxing for a European Kyiv was originally published on Emerging-Europe.com. …read more Source:...

    Russian spy attack: how likely is a British cyber offensive against Putin’s regime?
    Mar14

    Russian spy attack: how likely is a British cyber offensive against Putin’s regime?

    The tension between the UK and Russia following the poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia has escalated – with British prime minister Theresa May apparently indicating that a cyberattack could be one option of retaliation against the alleged involvement of Vladimir Putin’s regime. Serious concerns have been expressed...

    A bridge over troubled water? The Instrument contributing to Stability and Peace (IcSP) and the security-development nexus in EU external policy
    Mar14

    A bridge over troubled water? The Instrument contributing to Stability and Peace (IcSP) and the security-development nexus in EU external policy

    The enduring civil war in Syria, the fragile security situation in the Sahel and the armed conflict in Ukraine’s Donbass region demonstrate that the European Union (EU) is currently confronted with complex security challenges. To provide an adequate response to these challenges, the EU seeks to implement a “joined-up” approach to its...

    Putin vs. Political Apathy
    Mar14

    Putin vs. Political Apathy

    By Ekaterina Zolotova On March 18, Russians will head to the polls, and they will re-elect Vladimir Putin as their president. The conclusion is foregone. And yet his behavior of late hardly resembles that of someone with a guaranteed victory. He has gone to great lengths to sideline potential rivals, he has demonized his favorite strawman, the...

    Fintech, blockchain and digital security at MWC & 4YFN
    Mar14

    Fintech, blockchain and digital security at MWC & 4YFN

    Many important announcements were made at the Mobile World Congress and 4YFN 2018 far beyond the Galaxy S9 / S9+, Xperia XZ2, animated emojis and 3D selfies that were shown by Samsung and Sony. Blockchain and cybersecurity were among the particularly hot topics during the event. I started my journey from the State of the […] …read more...

    Death brought to Donetsk under a Russian Flag
    Mar14

    Death brought to Donetsk under a Russian Flag

    Ukrainians gathered in Kyiv on March 13 to remember the first victim of Russia’s military aggression against Ukraine in Donbas, and all other civilians killed during the senseless conflict. Many of those present had themselves been forced into exile or fled for their lives after Russian and Russian-backed militants seized control in March –...

    Dead Souls for Putin: Even Death Statistics are Fiddled in Russia
    Mar14

    Dead Souls for Putin: Even Death Statistics are Fiddled in Russia

    There has been a significant fall in the number of deaths from cardio-vascular illness, tuberculosis and cancer in Russia. That’s if you believe the Potemkin statistics, and don’t ask too many questions about the increase in deaths from a number of other illnesses, as well as from ‘unknown causes’ since one of Putin’s ‘May...

    Putin’s next act
    Mar13

    Putin’s next act

    Vladimir Putin’s third term as Russia’s president was defined by a return to aggressive foreign policy, including military interventions in Ukraine and Syria, interference in elections in the United States and Europe, and a crackdown on domestic dissent. But as Russia’s economic model and political system seems increasingly...

    Russian spy attack: why Britain is limited in how it responds to Russia
    Mar13

    Russian spy attack: why Britain is limited in how it responds to Russia

    It is “highly likely” that Russia was to blame for the attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter using a deadly nerve agent, British Prime Minister Theresa May told MPs. The government is now waiting for a response from Russian diplomats before formulating its response, though Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov has already...

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