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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    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...

    Is Russia’s Syria Intervention Doomed to Fail?
    Nov21

    Is Russia’s Syria Intervention Doomed to Fail?

    Russia has dived headfirst into the Syrian civil war – but this might be a strategic dead endIn late September Russia commenced its air campaign over Syria, prompting widespread criticism from Western leaders. It is clear that Moscow is pursuing very different objectives from those of the West. Indeed, the actions of Russian forces in Syria...

    Putin’s Gambit in Syria
    Nov21

    Putin’s Gambit in Syria

    Recent Russian military operations should not come as a surprise – for twenty years, the Kremlin has been trying to restore the country’s status as a world leaderThe world can be divided into two: those who ‘get’ modern Russia and those who do not. At the moment, most of the world falls into the latter category, with much of the...

    Reinventing European Deterrence
    Nov21

    Reinventing European Deterrence

    NATO faces a number of practical challenges in deterring Russian aggression. But political commitment may be the most important of all. Like it or not, the threat of conventional warfare in Europe is back and generals on the continent are worried. At a meeting of the army chiefs of some forty countries at the headquarters of the US Army in Europe...

    Turkey and Russia Strive to Mend Strained Relations During G20 Summit
    Nov21

    Turkey and Russia Strive to Mend Strained Relations During G20 Summit

    This past week (November 15–16), in the Mediterranean coastal city of Antalya, Turkey hosted the G20 summit for the first time. Though normally devoted to high-level political discussions of global economic issues, the recent string of terrorist attacks in Paris (November 13) and elsewhere induced this year’s gathering of G20 leaders to...

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