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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Germany and the European Neighbourhood Policy: Balancing Stability and Democracy in a Ring of Fire
    Apr21

    Germany and the European Neighbourhood Policy: Balancing Stability and Democracy in a Ring of Fire

    Photo: fdecomite In 2004, the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) was launched to create ‘a ring of friends’ at the external EU border. From today’s perspective, the policy has failed. The EU’s Eastern and Southern neighbourhood is destabilised by civil war, regional conflicts and terrorist networks, fuelling irregular migration...

    Connectography
    Apr21

    Connectography

    In Connectography, Parag Khanna presents a radical new take on American strategy: Connectivity rather than countries are the way to think about the 21st century. The most connected powers and people will be the most successful. Khanna shows how mankind is re-engineering planet earth, investing up to $10 trillion per year in transportation,...

    Crimea: A new wave of repressions against Tatars
    Apr21

    Crimea: A new wave of repressions against Tatars

    On 18 April, the Russian Ministry of Justice placed Mejlis, the council of Crimean Tatars, on their list of extremist organisations. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

    Europe’s New Political Engine: Germany’s Role in the EU’s Foreign and Security Policy
    Apr21

    Europe’s New Political Engine: Germany’s Role in the EU’s Foreign and Security Policy

    Photo: fdecomite At the beginning of this decade, the EU’s foreign and security policy was leaderless, while several crises put Europe under pressure. The economically strong Germany had to become Europe’s new political engine. The way in which Germany took up its new and unusual role and the implications that German leadership has...

    EU raps Ukraine bid to change judicial law to suit Poroshenko
    Apr21

    EU raps Ukraine bid to change judicial law to suit Poroshenko

    The European Union on Thursday (21 April) rapped a proposed change in Ukrainian law that would let President Petro Poroshenko appoint an ally with no legal experience to the prosecutor general’s post. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Bans Russian Films In Media War
    Apr21

    Ukraine Bans Russian Films In Media War

    April 21, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Discussions in a disorderly world
    Apr21

    Discussions in a disorderly world

    For a third time I had the opportunity to attend the Global Security forum at Bratislava from 15 to 17th April. This forum came into being ten years ago. Since then, it has developed into the most high-profile security conference in Central Europe. It is sponsored by the governments of the Czech Republic and Slovakia and is supported by NATO and...

    Nuclear Security After NSS2016: Still Bridging the Gaps?
    Apr21

    Nuclear Security After NSS2016: Still Bridging the Gaps?

    In his famous 2009 Prague Address, President Obama announced “a new international effort to secure all vulnerable nuclear material around the world within four years.” The result was a series of biennial Nuclear Security Summits that have brought world leaders together to cooperate on securing nuclear material from terrorism since 2010. More than...

    Ukraine: a new government, as a result of a compromise between the President and the oligarchs
    Apr21

    Ukraine: a new government, as a result of a compromise between the President and the oligarchs

    On 14 April, the Ukrainian parliament approved a new government led by Volodymyr Hroisman, as well as his programme (in a separate vote). …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

    Most Russians Want Lenin’s Reburial
    Apr21

    Most Russians Want Lenin’s Reburial

    A majority believe it’s time for the symbol of Communism to rest in peace. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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