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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    NATO on the Right Path from Assurance to Deterrence
    Dec15

    NATO on the Right Path from Assurance to Deterrence

    “The security of NATO members on both sides of the Atlantic is indivisible.” This sentence was adopted by the 28 NATO heads of state and government at the Lisbon Summit in 2010 as part of the current NATO Strategic Concept. With the Lisbon principle, Allies once again underscored that there is one inseparable security area for all its members,...

    Kerry in Moscow to Push for Cooperation in Syrian Conflict
    Dec15

    Kerry in Moscow to Push for Cooperation in Syrian Conflict

    Trip comes as Syrian rebel group denies receiving Russian support. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Food Bans Hitting Russians Where It Hurts
    Dec15

    Food Bans Hitting Russians Where It Hurts

    Food producers warn of further price rises unless a new truck tax is scrapped. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    EU Draws Transnistria Closer to Avoid Looming Instability
    Dec14

    EU Draws Transnistria Closer to Avoid Looming Instability

    On November 29, Transnistria—the Russian-supported separatist region of Moldova—held parliamentary and local elections. Despite predictions to the contrary, the opposition forces won a landslide victory, claiming 31 of the 43 seats in the local legislature (Novosti Pridnestrovya, December 2). Even if unrecognized by the international community,...

    The Crimean Blockade: An Unfinished Saga
    Dec14

    The Crimean Blockade: An Unfinished Saga

    Crimea, which had almost faded from the global political agenda following Russia’s ensuing military operations, first in Eastern Ukraine and then in Syria, has again reemerged in the headlines. Despite the Russian occupation, the annexed peninsula continued to receive all its critical goods, services and power from mainland Ukraine, largely...

    Thank You, George!
    Dec14

    Thank You, George!

    In his 2011 essay, “My Philanthropy,” George Soros described his approach to charitable giving. “I relish confronting harsh reality, and I am drawn to tackling seemingly insoluble problems,” he wrote. Indeed, it is with a consistent determination, generosity, and unwavering faith in Ukraine’s potential that Soros...

    “Mamushka. Recipes from Ukraine and Beyond” New book by Olia Hercules. A talk with the author. 17 December, 2015, 7pm
    Dec14

    “Mamushka. Recipes from Ukraine and Beyond” New book by Olia Hercules. A talk with the author. 17 December, 2015, 7pm

    “Green borshch, bursting with the malachite hue of wilted sorrel” and “enciting smells of warm poppy seed cakes”. Welcome into the world of Olia Hercules, aka “Mamushka” who introduced a whole different Ukraine to the Brits, the land of sunflower fields, sun-drenched tomatoes, with an amazing mix of cultures and flavors thrown in. Watch...

    Memo to Presidential Candidates: The Putin Problem Isn’t Going Away
    Dec14

    Memo to Presidential Candidates: The Putin Problem Isn’t Going Away

    Foreign-policy challenges will keep the next commander-in-chief up late. Analysts focus on the threat that Islamic State poses to the United States and its allies, but the Putin problem is unlikely to fade. As the candidates gear up for the next round of debates—slated for December 15 and 19—it’s time to take stock of the threat the Russian...

    Peace Through Economic Connectivity?
    Dec14

    Peace Through Economic Connectivity?

    Can trade and energy cooperation promote peace? On December 14, an IPI Vienna meeting discussed the possibilities and limitations of peace and economic connectivity between Europe and Asia; the European Union (EU) and the Eurasian Economic Union (EaEU); and across unrecognized boundaries, for example within states where there have been “frozen”...

    Russia, Ukraine, and Eurasia at Twenty-Five-A Baseline Assessment
    Dec14

    Russia, Ukraine, and Eurasia at Twenty-Five-A Baseline Assessment

    Twenty-five years after the collapse of the Soviet Union, all of the countries of Eurasia remain in the midst of difficult transitions and face unpredictable futures. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

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