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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    “So Who Is Felix? An Exploration of the Illusion of Nostalgia for Empire”
    Nov23

    “So Who Is Felix? An Exploration of the Illusion of Nostalgia for Empire”

    Join us for a discussion with Ukrainian author and translator Sophia Andrukhovych, centering on her book Felix Austria (2014). In this novel, Andrukhovych introduces the reader to the history of her hometown of Ivano-Frankivsk and uses the example of one rather bizarre family to explore the Ukrainian myth of “Austrian happiness.” Reception to...

    Ukraine Is Not a Bargaining Chip for Putin’s Support Against ISIS
    Nov23

    Ukraine Is Not a Bargaining Chip for Putin’s Support Against ISIS

    A month and a half ago, while traveling along the frontlines of eastern Ukraine, I predicted that the Minsk II ceasefire agreements would not be respected by the Kremlin and its puppet Peoples’ Republics. It was clear to me—in spite of a tentative ceasefire put in place on October 2—that the situation in the Donbas would continue to...

    Helping Ukraine to reform Naftogaz’s gas transmission business
    Nov23

    Helping Ukraine to reform Naftogaz’s gas transmission business

    This op-ed was originally published in the Kyiv Post. It will also be published in Vox Ukraine. Naftogaz, the giant publically-owned Ukrainian oil and gas company with 80,000 employees, used to be a synonym for wastage, corruption and opacity. But it looks like it might have turned a corner. Thanks to a new management team, a fourfold increase in...

    Ukraine Says Will Restore Power To Crimea After  Pylons Blown Up
    Nov23

    Ukraine Says Will Restore Power To Crimea After Pylons Blown Up

    November 23, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Blackout Grips Much of Crimea
    Nov23

    Blackout Grips Much of Crimea

    Russian-controlled region under state of emergency as weekend blasts sever power supplies from Ukraine. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    State of Emergency in Crimea After Power Lines Blown Up
    Nov23

    State of Emergency in Crimea After Power Lines Blown Up

    Crimea has declared a state of emergency after its main electricity lines from Ukraine were blown… …read more Source: American Security Council...

    Perspectives for NATO-Russia Relations
    Nov23

    Perspectives for NATO-Russia Relations

    Institutional relations between NATO and Russia have been suspended since the illegal annexation of Crimea in 2014 and the war in eastern Ukraine. Conflicting ideas about Euro-Atlantic security have left the relationship deeply and lastingly damaged. This makes it all the more important to gain clarity about the determining factors and...

    Russians Offered Black Gold to Lose Weight
    Nov23

    Russians Offered Black Gold to Lose Weight

    The move is part of a regional government’s push to raise awareness of the problem of obesity. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    ANALYSIS. Euromaidan Heroism Gave Bloody Start to Ukraine’s Bid for Freedom and Democracy
    Nov22

    ANALYSIS. Euromaidan Heroism Gave Bloody Start to Ukraine’s Bid for Freedom and Democracy

    The Sydney Morning Herald. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Is NATO Deterrence Fit for Purpose?
    Nov21

    Is NATO Deterrence Fit for Purpose?

    The Atlantic Alliance must respond to Russia’s new strategic posture – but large, fixed deployments may not be the answerThere is now a fundamental divergence in world views between the NATO powers and Russia. The West sees Russia as being on the strategic offensive – in the process,challenging a European rules-based order where small...

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