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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Empowering the New Ukraine
    Apr05

    Empowering the New Ukraine

    …read more Source: Open Society Foundations

    Dutch Referendum to Set Course for EU-Ukraine Ties
    Apr05

    Dutch Referendum to Set Course for EU-Ukraine Ties

    Rejection will give a boost to growing euroskeptic, isolationist movements across Europe, analysts say. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Moscow Pushes Back in Wake of ‘Panama Papers’ Leak
    Apr05

    Moscow Pushes Back in Wake of ‘Panama Papers’ Leak

    Putin spokesman accuses CIA, State Department of organizing massive leak of company documents. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukraine’s Got a Real Shot at NATO Membership
    Apr05

    Ukraine’s Got a Real Shot at NATO Membership

    A Reply to Andreas Umland Andreas Umland writes that it would be senseless for Ukraine to aspire to NATO membership though it is desirable. The main reasons he cites are the dawning realization of the danger and potent threat that Russia presents to both Eastern Europe and the West, coupled with a residual unwillingness to accept the full...

    Ukraine: The case for ‘voor’
    Apr05

    Ukraine: The case for ‘voor’

    Ahead of the Dutch Ukraine referendum, ECFR co-chair Carl Bildt makes the case for greater integration and cooperation with Europe’s eastern neighbour …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

    Ukraine’s Understandable But Senseless Hope for NATO Membership
    Apr05

    Ukraine’s Understandable But Senseless Hope for NATO Membership

    Moscow’s aggression against Kyiv has led to a marked growth in Ukrainians’ support for their country’s accession to NATO. During the last two years, Ukrainian public opinion has made a U-turn, from skepticism of the Atlantic alliance to an enthusiastic embrace. Until 2013, almost two-thirds of Ukrainians strongly opposed NATO...

    The geopolitics of real estate: how Russia learned the political value of property
    Apr05

    The geopolitics of real estate: how Russia learned the political value of property

    Oscar W. Rasson/Flickr, CC BYOver the past three decades, real estate has gained a new significance on the world stage. Many states have relaxed laws to open up national property markets to international buyers. This has not only intensified international business activities, but also offered states a new way of pursuing their global political...

    The Dutch referendum on the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement: what’s at stake?
    Apr05

    The Dutch referendum on the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement: what’s at stake?

    The Dutch referendum on the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement: what’s at stake?Ahead of the Dutch referendum on the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement, Open Europe’s Pieter Cleppe summarises the key arguments on both sides and explains what is at stake.The post The Dutch referendum on the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement: what’s at...

    HCSS: Why the Dutch Ukraine referendum is a joke
    Apr05

    HCSS: Why the Dutch Ukraine referendum is a joke

    Last week several of the people behind the Dutch Ukraine referendum were interviewed by NRC Handelsblad, a Dutch daily. In the interview they stated that they “could not care less about Ukraine”.… …read more Source: The Hague Centre for Strategic...

    PowerLinks 04.05.16
    Apr05

    PowerLinks 04.05.16

    Most of Europe Is a Lot Poorer than Most of the United States Daniel J. Mitchell, FEE It’s a sign of American prosperity that we can afford to buy more from other nations than they can afford to buy from us. on PowerLinks 04.05.16… The post PowerLinks 04.05.16 appeared first on Acton Institute PowerBlog. Related posts:PowerLinks – 03.05.13...

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