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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Presentation “Audit of Foreign Policy: Ukraine-US”
    Mar22

    Presentation “Audit of Foreign Policy: Ukraine-US”

    On March 29, the Institute of World Policy is going to present a research “Audit of Foreign Policy: Ukraine-U.S.”. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    GDP will grow by almost one per cent this year – in 2017 and 2018 the growth will gain momentum
    Mar22

    GDP will grow by almost one per cent this year – in 2017 and 2018 the growth will gain momentum

    Although general economic uncertainty has increased, the baseline scenario for the international economy is guardedly positive: economic growth in the euro area and the US will continue at last year’s pace, China’s growth will slow down in a controlled manner. Finland’s GDP will grow by 0.9 per cent in 2016; growth will...

    Two scenarios for Ukraine after Putin’s withdrawal from Syria
    Mar22

    Two scenarios for Ukraine after Putin’s withdrawal from Syria

    In his column on the website Segodnia, Co-director of Foreign Relations and International Security Programmes of the Razumkov Centre Oleksiy Melnyk described the two possible scenarios for Donbas after the withdrawal of part of the Russian troops from Syria. Putin surprised everyone again. His decision on the withdrawal from Syria is a complete...

    For Ukraine, EU sanctions on Russia hang in the balance
    Mar22

    For Ukraine, EU sanctions on Russia hang in the balance

    Ukraine needs the West more than the West needs Ukraine, and the government is in no position to pressure the European Union. Writes Stratfor, the Global Intelligence company. …read more Source:...

    Amnesty International’s call for Savchenko ’retrial’ is worse than silence
    Mar22

    Amnesty International’s call for Savchenko ’retrial’ is worse than silence

    If Amnesty International has understood how flawed the trial in Russia of Ukrainian Nadiya Savchenko is, it must surely understand how extraordinary its demand for only a ‘retrial’ is. A retrial in which country? AI’s silence on the problem here is, unfortunately, not new. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    It’s Time to Sharpen NATO’s ‘Spearhead’ Force
    Mar22

    It’s Time to Sharpen NATO’s ‘Spearhead’ Force

    Funding issues and decision-making challenges may render obsolete NATO’s “spearhead” force, which was set up in response to Russia’s military aggression along its eastern flank. This is another critical gap for NATO given Russia’s ramped up pressure on Eastern Europe, a move that has many Alliance officials even more worried...

    Ukrainian Media Speculate That Akhmetov, Boyko May Head Rebel-Occupied Provinces
    Mar22

    Ukrainian Media Speculate That Akhmetov, Boyko May Head Rebel-Occupied Provinces

    Two years since Russia’s annexation of Crimea and Moscow’s initiation of the war in Donbas, the peace process in Ukraine is at a standstill. Moreover, there are fears that after a pullout from Syria, Moscow may mount a new offensive in Ukraine (Segodnya.ua, March 18). On the other hand, if Moscow decides to back away from all-out...

    Attack in Grozny on Member of Presidential Council Forces Kremlin Response
    Mar22

    Attack in Grozny on Member of Presidential Council Forces Kremlin Response

    On March 16, a well-known human rights activist, Igor Kalyapin, who heads the Committee for the Prevention of Torture, was attacked in Grozny, Chechnya. Soon after Kalyapin’s arrival in Grozny, the administration of the hotel where he was staying asked him to leave the premises. After the rights activist stepped out of the hotel, a mob...

    Did Putin win in Syria? Or is he cutting his losses?
    Mar21

    Did Putin win in Syria? Or is he cutting his losses?

    By Putin’s own definition, Russia won in Syria By Sergey Aleksashenko Pavel and I agree that while the withdrawal of Russian military power from Syria came as a surprise in the immediate sense, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decision to pull out was logical given the circumstances he faced in Syria. Where we differ is in our...

    Did Putin win in Syria? Or is he cutting his loses?
    Mar21

    Did Putin win in Syria? Or is he cutting his loses?

    By Putin’s own definition, Russia won in Syria By Sergey Aleksashenko Pavel and I agree that while the withdrawal of Russian military power from Syria came as a surprise in the immediate sense, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decision to pull out was logical given the circumstances he faced in Syria. Where we differ is in our...

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