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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Why I’m Optimistic about Ukraine’s New Government
    Apr20

    Why I’m Optimistic about Ukraine’s New Government

    The past two months have not been favorable for Ukraine’s image in the West. The unnecessary government crisis leading to the ouster of Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk and his government has meant little progress on reform and lots of attention to politics. The strongest reform ministers—Natalie Jaresko, Aivaras Abromavicius, Oleksiy...

    IWP will present “Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Austria”
    Apr20

    IWP will present “Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Austria”

    On April 28 the Institute of World Policy is going to present a discussion paper “Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Austria”. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    “We Should not Expect too Much from the NATO-Russia Council”
    Apr20

    “We Should not Expect too Much from the NATO-Russia Council”

    Latvian State Radio interviewed Bruno Lete, senior program officer, ahead of the NATO- Russia Council. On Wednesday, April 20, the NATO- Russia Council will take place at the Alliance’s headquarters in Brussels. This meeting had been suspended since Russian military intervention in Ukraine. Despite the current situation in Ukraine...

    Dutch Parliament Keeps EU-Ukraine Deal Alive
    Apr20

    Dutch Parliament Keeps EU-Ukraine Deal Alive

    EU treaty with Kyiv safe for now, as country also nears agreement on major prisoner swap with Russia. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Shame on You, Netherlands
    Apr20

    Shame on You, Netherlands

    In a recent referendum, the Dutch people rejected the EU-Ukraine association agreement. Or rather, it was rejected by a majority of the just over 30 percent of Dutch people who decided to participate in this—for lack of a better word—joke.On the day of the referendum, a cartoon with the statement, “If you are voting against, find Ukraine on the...

    Dutch Court Overturns Massive Yukos Shareholder Award
    Apr20

    Dutch Court Overturns Massive Yukos Shareholder Award

    Russia dismantled the oil company once run by Mikhail Khodorkovsky after the oligarch was jailed on fraud charges. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukraine Leader Says Russia Appears to Agree to Prisoner Swap
    Apr20

    Ukraine Leader Says Russia Appears to Agree to Prisoner Swap

    April 20, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Hungary
    Apr20

    Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Hungary

    The discussion paper was written by Ivan Medynskyi, research fellow at the Institute of World Policy, and Bence Kapcsos, invited Hungarian expert. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Gove: UK would remain part of “free-trade zone stretching from Iceland to Turkey” after Brexit
    Apr20

    Gove: UK would remain part of “free-trade zone stretching from Iceland to Turkey” after Brexit

    Gove: UK would remain part of “free-trade zone stretching from Iceland to Turkey” after BrexitJustice Secretary and Vote Leave chair Michael Gove said yesterday, “There is a free-trade zone stretching from Iceland to Turkey that all European nations have access to, regardless of whether they are in our out of the euro or EU. After we vote to...

    Nadiya Savchenko ends hunger strike
    Apr20

    Nadiya Savchenko ends hunger strike

    Nadiya Savchenko has agreed to end her hunger strike, following a conversation with her mother and President Petro Poroshenko. The news came the day after the sentencing of two Russian military intelligence officers caught fighting in the Luhansk oblast and a telephone conversation between Presidents Poroshenko and Vladimir Putin. …read...

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