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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    A New Attempt to Resolve the Ukraine Conflict
    Apr27

    A New Attempt to Resolve the Ukraine Conflict

    The diplomatic efforts of the West to find a political solution to the Ukraine conflict have reached an impasse. Implementation of the terms of the Minsk agreement—far-reaching autonomous rights for the Donbas in return for a withdrawal of Russian arms and troops, the holding of regional elections under international supervision, and Ukrainian...

    A Family Reflects on the Chernobyl Disaster
    Apr27

    A Family Reflects on the Chernobyl Disaster

    Three generations explain how their lives were transformed by the nuclear explosion in 1986. From the Guardian. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Russian Blogger Charged with Extremism
    Apr27

    Russian Blogger Charged with Extremism

    Internet guru Anton Nossik is charged with hate speech over comments made about Syria. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Protestors Block Odessa City Hall
    Apr27

    Protestors Block Odessa City Hall

    Response comes after thugs beat activists demonstrating against mayor’s alleged involvement in Panama papers. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Concern extends beyond Ukraine over suspect measures against journalist Savik Shuster
    Apr27

    Concern extends beyond Ukraine over suspect measures against journalist Savik Shuster

    A journalist whose flight to Ukraine from freedom of speech restraints in Russia was widely publicized 11 years ago has suddenly been denied a work permit in Ukraine, and on highly questionable grounds. Who is behind this move is unclear, but nobody seriously believes the pretext given for the move, and that already does Ukraine’s...

    Putin’s Secret Force Multiplier: Special Operations Forces
    Apr26

    Putin’s Secret Force Multiplier: Special Operations Forces

    One in three questions posed to President Vladimir Putin during his recent annual live phone-in show covered issues of national security. Public interest in events in Donbas has apparently shrunk substantially, and the only concerns expressed about the Islamic State (IS) were limited to worries about fighters possibly returning Russia. Putin...

    BBC Defends MH17 Film
    Apr26

    BBC Defends MH17 Film

    Broadcaster disputes claims in British tabloids and pro-Kremlin media that new documentary suggests Ukraine shot down plane. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    BBC Defends MH17 Film
    Apr26

    BBC Defends MH17 Film

    Broadcaster disputes claims in British tabloids and pro-Kremlin media that new documentary suggests Ukraine shot down plane. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Friendly Fire: Killing Russian Rocket Engines Too Soon Could Cripple U.S. Security (From Forbes)
    Apr26

    Friendly Fire: Killing Russian Rocket Engines Too Soon Could Cripple U.S. Security (From Forbes)

    After Russia’s 2014 invasion of Ukraine, pretty much everybody in Washington agreed that the U.S. military needed to stop using Russian rocket engines for launching its satellites. However, because the Russian engines were available, there hasn’t been much funding of [Read More…]The post Friendly Fire: Killing Russian Rocket...

    Two Years Later, Kremlin’s Lethal Lies about Odesa Fire Still Motivate Donbas Recruits
    Apr26

    Two Years Later, Kremlin’s Lethal Lies about Odesa Fire Still Motivate Donbas Recruits

    Forty-eight people lost their lives in clashes between pro-unity supporters and pro-Russian backers and a fire in Odesa on May 2, 2014. Only hours later, Russia attempted to portray the mass riots and ensuing fire as a massacre, and that has continued regardless of several investigations, including one by the Council of Europe’s...

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