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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Former Putin Aide Suffered ‘Blunt Force’ Head Injuries
    Mar15

    Former Putin Aide Suffered ‘Blunt Force’ Head Injuries

    Medical examiners conclude injuries led to the aide’s death, but exact circumstances still unclear. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Former Putin Aide Suffered ‘Blunt Force’ Head Injuries
    Mar15

    Former Putin Aide Suffered ‘Blunt Force’ Head Injuries

    Medical examiners conclude injuries led to the aide’s death, but exact circumstances still unclear. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Linkevicius: Not all in the EU are reading Minsk in the same way
    Mar15

    Linkevicius: Not all in the EU are reading Minsk in the same way

    Some member states are reading the Minsk agreements literally and believe there could be decentralisation in eastern Ukraine before the situation on the ground improves, the Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevičius, told EurActiv.com in an exclusive interview. …read more Source:...

    Serbia claims sanctions against Russia hurt its EU accession process
    Mar15

    Serbia claims sanctions against Russia hurt its EU accession process

    EXCLUSIVE / Serbia believes that the EU sanctions against Russia unfairly impact candidate countries, and have an adverse effect on its own accession process, says a document obtained by EurActiv.com. …read more Source:...

    Maidan activists: Prove that Ukraine has changed through choice of Prosecutor General!
    Mar15

    Maidan activists: Prove that Ukraine has changed through choice of Prosecutor General!

    Relatives of Nebesna Sotnya, those killed during Euromaidan and civic activists have publicly demanded an end to behind-the-scenes bargaining and an open competition for the post of Ukraine’s Prosecutor General …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    ’They Took Everything Away’: Russia’s Disabled Hit Hard By New Rules
    Mar15

    ’They Took Everything Away’: Russia’s Disabled Hit Hard By New Rules

    Although he relies on a daily cocktail of drugs to survive, 5-year-old Daniil was struck off the disability register in October, leaving his family to fend for itself. Daniil is one of hundreds of thousands of patients who were denied disability benefits in 2015 under new measures that health advocates say are hurting many of Russia’s most...

    Russian court overrules historical facts in show trial of two Ukrainians
    Mar15

    Russian court overrules historical facts in show trial of two Ukrainians

    Where the facts do not coincide with the Russian investigators’ charges against two Ukrainians on trial in Chechnya, it is the facts that are discarded, the witnesses who are sent awa …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    The Catastrophic Collapse of Independent Media in Crimea: The Last Two Years and the Road Ahead
    Mar14

    The Catastrophic Collapse of Independent Media in Crimea: The Last Two Years and the Road Ahead

    The developments in today’s “Information Age” continue to raise scores of important questions. Is free media a human right? How does the media function in a closed society, where propaganda is more readily available than trustworthy information? How does the information leak out from these societies to the rest of the world, so that the...

    Ukraine, Turkey May Forge Anti-Russian Alliance in Black Sea
    Mar14

    Ukraine, Turkey May Forge Anti-Russian Alliance in Black Sea

    Russia, a common enemy since recently, has prompted Turkey and Ukraine, the big neighbors across the Black Sea, to step up political, economic and military ties. Bilateral contacts have been particularly intensive this year. Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu flew to Kyiv in February, followed by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko’s...

    Russian Nationalist Discourse Reemerges Ahead of Elections
    Mar14

    Russian Nationalist Discourse Reemerges Ahead of Elections

    Kazakhstan is taking final steps in preparation for the upcoming early parliamentary elections, scheduled for March 20. According to the Central Election Commission, as of March 4, the government has accommodated applications from 308 international observers and 116 media representatives. This year’s elections are widely expected to be the...

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