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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Untangling Plans for Russia’s Military Force Structure
    Apr06

    Untangling Plans for Russia’s Military Force Structure

    Russia’s Ground Forces are moving away from the brigade-based structure of the “New Look” reforms to form divisions in the western strategic direction. This involves the formation of three divisions in western Russia, with two being constituted in the Western Military District (MD) and one in the Southern MD. This is mainly cast as a...

    Why the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Matters: A Primer
    Apr05

    Why the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Matters: A Primer

    Last weekend sustained fighting erupted in the Azerbaijani province of Nagorno-Karabakh, which has been occupied by Armenia for more than 20 years, and has been the site of a low-intensity conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia for that entire period. By the time the weekend was over, at least three dozen were dead, with both sides laying the...

    Ukraine: The case for &#146voor&#146 in the Dutch Referendum
    Apr05

    Ukraine: The case for &#146voor&#146 in the Dutch Referendum

    The European Union must ensure that it has a realistic and effective policy towards its East. And entering into agreements which encourage greater integration and cooperation with these countries is the only way of doing that. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    The Next Era of U.S.-Russia Relations
    Apr05

    The Next Era of U.S.-Russia Relations

    A panel discussion with: Thomas Graham, Managing Director, Kissinger Associates, Inc. Nikolai Zlobin, President, Center on Global Interests Andrew Kuchins, Senior Fellow, Georgetown University On the eve of a new presidential administration, U.S. policy toward Russia has shifted from reset to isolation over conflicts in Ukraine and Syria. As the...

    Panama Papers Expose the Hidden Wealth of the World’s Super-Rich
    Apr05

    Panama Papers Expose the Hidden Wealth of the World’s Super-Rich

    (Image: Wikimedia Commons) The just-released Panama Papers—filled with titillating details involving the shady dealings of world leaders and violent traffickers of drugs and slaves—should give a strong boost to U.S. and global campaigns to crack down on these global secrecy jurisdictions and practices. Starting with an anonymous leak to the...

    Ukraine’s State Fiscal Service to check reports on Poroshenko’s offshore firms
    Apr05

    Ukraine’s State Fiscal Service to check reports on Poroshenko’s offshore firms

    Head of Ukraine’s State Fiscal Service Roman Nasirov has instructed the service’s departments working with individuals to check media reports claiming that Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has allegedly founded three offshore asset management companies without mentioning them in his income declaration. Nasirov said this at a press...

    PGO files criminal case against ex-Deputy Prime Minister Voshchevskyi
    Apr05

    PGO files criminal case against ex-Deputy Prime Minister Voshchevskyi

    Members of the Main Investigation Directorate of the Prosecutor General’s Office are conducting seizure of documents under criminal proceedings initiated against former Deputy Prime Minister Valerii Voshchevskyi. This is evidenced by the decision of the Pechersk district court in Kyiv of March 22. According to investigators, Valerii...

    Russland: Mögliche Auswege aus der der Wirtschaftskrise
    Apr05

    Russland: Mögliche Auswege aus der der Wirtschaftskrise

    Diese Publikation zeigt Russlands mögliche Auswege aus der gegenwärtigen Wirtschaftskrise, hervorgerufen durch fallende Ölpreise und westliche Sanktionen. Während das Ölpreisproblem durch längst fällige strukturelle Wirtschaftsreformen hätte abgemildert werden können, schlägt der Autor als Kompromisslösung die Rückkehr der Krim in die Ukraine als...

    Can Ukraine Achieve a Reform Breakthrough?
    Apr05

    Can Ukraine Achieve a Reform Breakthrough?

    Project: Russia and Eurasia Programme, Ukraine Forum05 April 2016 John LoughAssociate Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme The key question is whether Ukrainians themselves can overcome the chief impediment to reform – the capture of the state by a narrow class of wealthy business people and their associates, write John Lough and Iryna Solonenko....

    Empowering the New Ukraine
    Apr05

    Empowering the New Ukraine

    …read more Source: Open Society Foundations

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