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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine


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    Russia uses loyal ‘observers’ and repression for illegal elections in occupied Crimea
    Mar16

    Russia uses loyal ‘observers’ and repression for illegal elections in occupied Crimea

    As expected, Russia has invited unwavering supporters from different countries to act as supposed ‘observers’ of the presidential elections which it is illegally holding in occupied Crimea. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    When States Kill
    Mar16

    When States Kill

    There can be no doubt who poisoned Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury on 4 March. The interesting question is why. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Political Shenanigans to the End: Ukraine’s Parliament elects their own MP as ‘Human Rights Ombudsman’
    Mar16

    Political Shenanigans to the End: Ukraine’s Parliament elects their own MP as ‘Human Rights Ombudsman’

    “The Ombudsman is not a commodity and parliament is not a bazaar!”. That was the message from Ukrainian rights activists this week, and one that Ukraine’s parliamentarians have now ignored. On March 15, a politician was elected to the post by her colleagues through procedure in open breach of the Law on the Human Rights Ombudsperson...

    The Byzantine history of Putin’s Russian empire
    Mar16

    The Byzantine history of Putin’s Russian empire

    Russian athletes were conspicuous in their neutral colours during this year’s Winter Olympics and Paralympics due to a ban based on doping allegations. In Vancouver in 2010 and in Sochi in 2014, however, Russia’s Olympic hockey jerseys prominently featured a two-headed eagle exactly where Canada’s jerseys highlighted the maple...

    The Balkans’ unravelling peace
    Mar15

    The Balkans’ unravelling peace

    It was not that long ago, well into the late 2000s in fact, that the complex network of internationally brokered peace agreements that pacified the Western Balkans in the wake of the 1991-2001 Yugoslav wars were held up as hallmarks of post-Cold War diplomacy. Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Dayton peace accords, in particular, were regularly...

    Watch List: March 15, 2018

    The items listed below represent potential emerging issues that our analysts are tracking. These can be long term or short term, but will be updated daily. If an item on our Watch List becomes critical, we will email you a full analysis explaining its significance. Each Saturday, we will follow up our daily Watch List for each week with our...

    Kyiv Weighs Costs of Prosecuting Manafort
    Mar15

    Kyiv Weighs Costs of Prosecuting Manafort

    Ukraine’s elites may feel that keeping Trump happy outweighs the karma points for crushing his former aide. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Moldovan Ex-MP Jailed as Russian Spy
    Mar15

    Moldovan Ex-MP Jailed as Russian Spy

    Lithuania also engrossed as a parliamentarian quits amid allegations of working for Russian interests. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Putin is sure to win, so what’s the point of elections in Russia?
    Mar15

    Putin is sure to win, so what’s the point of elections in Russia?

    EPA/Sergei ChirikovThe result of the imminent presidential election in Russia won’t surprise anyone. The incumbent, Vladimir Putin, will be reelected for the fourth time until 2024, to become Russia’s longest serving ruler since Stalin. Putin’s victory will be based on two contradictory factors. On the one hand, he is genuinely...

    The Mixed Feelings of Russian Voters
    Mar15

    The Mixed Feelings of Russian Voters

    This article has been translated into English from Russian by Maia Otarashvili, Deputy Director of the Eurasia Program at FPRI. On March 18, a significant number of Russian voters will go to the polls with mixed feelings. On the one hand, they want to vote for Putin—at least out of habit—but they are not very happy with the idea that...

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