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    Are companies alone when hit by foreign government-sponsored cyberattacks? Sergiy Vakarin discusses cybersecurity with ex-NSA Director and Estonian ex-President
    Aug17

    Are companies alone when hit by foreign government-sponsored cyberattacks? Sergiy Vakarin discusses cybersecurity with ex-NSA Director and Estonian ex-President

    On May 24, 2018 Panel Discussion “Cybersecurity and Disinformation in Ukraine and the West» was held by Victor Pinchuk Foundation. CEO of IronNet Cybersecurity Gen. Keith Alexander, Estonian President in 2006-2016 Toomas Hendrik Ilves, CEO of Jigsaw Jared Cohen and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Anne Applebaum (Washington Post) were the...

    Erdogan’s Victory Could Actually Improve U.S.-Turkish Relations
    Aug17

    Erdogan’s Victory Could Actually Improve U.S.-Turkish Relations

    At first glance, the June 24 electoral sweep by Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s coalition did not go over well in the United States. In response to his renewed grasp on the executive branch and parliament, many observers expressed regrets that the West-leaning opposition did not garner more votes, along with suspicions of...

    Ukrainian Open Dialogue activist deported from Poland after criticizing right-wing government
    Aug17

    Ukrainian Open Dialogue activist deported from Poland after criticizing right-wing government

    Lyudmila Kozlovska, a Ukrainian national who has lived in Poland with her Polish husband for 10 years, has been deported from the country in a move widely viewed as linked with the couple’s open criticism of the current government’s attack on the independent judiciary …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Why NATO Matters
    Aug17

    Why NATO Matters

    Paul Ingram, Executive Director & Maxwell Downman, Nuclear Policy Analyst 20180712_180712e-006_rdax_775x440.jpg The transatlantic alliance is strained. That’s a problem. NATO matters because it is critical to the U.S. strategy of keeping World War III at bay. The Allies started the North Atlantic Treaty Organization at the …read...

    Erdogan’s Victory Could Actually Improve U.S.-Turkish Relations
    Aug17

    Erdogan’s Victory Could Actually Improve U.S.-Turkish Relations

    At first glance, the June 24 electoral sweep by Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s coalition did not go over well in the United States. In response to his renewed grasp on the executive branch and parliament, many observers expressed regrets that the West-leaning opposition did not garner more votes, along with suspicions of...

    Kremlin uses blatant lies as excuse to not free Oleg Sentsov
    Aug17

    Kremlin uses blatant lies as excuse to not free Oleg Sentsov

    The Kremlin has rejected the plea from Oleg Sentsov’s mother that President Putin ‘pardon’ her son. It claims that the request must come from Sentsov although this was not the case when Putin issued decrees ‘pardoning’ three other Ukrainian political prisoners. It also claims, equally falsely, that Sentsov is a Russian citizen....

    One death, four political prisoners in Russia’s war against the Crimean Tatar Mejlis
    Aug17

    One death, four political prisoners in Russia’s war against the Crimean Tatar Mejlis

    Russia’s National Guard, involved, in the ‘special operation’ that caused the death of Vedzhie Kashka, 83-year-old veteran of the Crimean Tatar national movement, has refused to release any information, citing ‘the fight against terrorism’. The pretext is nonsensical, and, combined with the disappearance of all video footage of...

    Russia & Ukraine Gain a Foothold in Africa
    Aug17

    Russia & Ukraine Gain a Foothold in Africa

    Some unlikely names are beginning to appear in Syria, Egypt, Libya and countries which lie south of the Sahel belt of Africa. Wagner Group, a Russian private military company (PMC) which won its spurs in the Donbass region of eastern Ukraine and in Syria where it guards oil facilities, has spread its wings to the Central African Republic, where a...

    Ukraine: The Next Twelve Months
    May29

    Ukraine: The Next Twelve Months

    Never known for being a predictable place, the next year in Ukrainian politics will be coloured by the continuing war in the Donbas, the 2019 elections, attempts at reforming a deeply corrupted society and advancing the country’s NATO aspirations.Download the article (PDF)With newsfeeds full of allegations relating to Russia’s...

    The Last Address in Ukraine
    May29

    The Last Address in Ukraine

    Last Address, the popular initiative to remember victims of Stalin’s repressions by placing a commemorative plaque on their last residence, has enjoyed unique success in Russia. Its sister organizations are now beginning to open in other countries, including Ukraine. What are the comparative challenges of commemorating victims of...

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