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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Ioannis Karras: Ukraine Needs Patience to Get into the EU
    Mar23

    Ioannis Karras: Ukraine Needs Patience to Get into the EU

    Ioannis Karras, Assistant Professor of History Freiburg University, Visiting Lecturer International Hellenic University Thessaloniki …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Russian Journalists Sent to Be Killed
    Mar23

    Russian Journalists Sent to Be Killed

    Russia’s use of the death of two journalists for its high-profile trial in Russia of Nadiya Savchenko, the Ukrainian military pilot captured in Ukraine seems particularly cynical given the total silence over the deaths of other Russian journalists, including one who was almost certainly deliberately sent to his death. …read more...

    Cynical Farce Though It Is, Nadiya Savchenko Must Appeal
    Mar23

    Cynical Farce Though It Is, Nadiya Savchenko Must Appeal

    A legal trial that is run according to a prewritten script is no trial, and no justice. But by rejecting the appeal procedure, Nadiya Savchenko is making a grave mistake because it removes the possibility of applying to the European Court of Human Rights, and because her case has made the-farce-which-is-Russian-justice clear to the world and the...

    Body Of Ukrainian Reporter Gongadze Finally Buried
    Mar23

    Body Of Ukrainian Reporter Gongadze Finally Buried

    The body of Ukrainian journalist Georgy Gongadze has been buried in Kyiv, nearly 16 years after his killing, but family and friends say their fight for justice is not over. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Russian court sentences Ukraine’s Savchenko to 22 years in jail
    Mar22

    Russian court sentences Ukraine’s Savchenko to 22 years in jail

    A Russian court on Tuesday sentenced Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko to 22 years in jail after finding her guilty of involvement in the killing of two Russian journalists during the separatist conflict in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Russian Court Finds Ukraine’s Defiant Pilot Savchenko Guilty
    Mar22

    Russian Court Finds Ukraine’s Defiant Pilot Savchenko Guilty

    Nothing in the Nadiya Savchenko case has been easy or fast. The famed Ukrainian pilot whom Russia has charged with complicity in the deaths of two Russian journalists can’t even get a quick verdict at the end of a trial that has lasted nine months.On March 22, the court found Savchenko guilty of all charges and sentenced her to twenty-two...

    Big Rise In Number of Russian Living In Poverty
    Mar22

    Big Rise In Number of Russian Living In Poverty

    Nearly 20 million people are now eking out a living on wages which are below the poverty line, latest state statistics show. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Don’t Mess With Kyiv’s Activists
    Mar22

    Don’t Mess With Kyiv’s Activists

    Ukrainians may soon be granted visa-free travel within the European Union, thanks to Kyiv’s watchful activists. But that status was in jeopardy after parliament weakened a key anti-corruption law on February 16. Visa-free travel was linked to a series of reforms, including a law that discloses the income of Ukrainian officials. …read...

    Can Minsk Deliver a Sustainable Peace?
    Mar22

    Can Minsk Deliver a Sustainable Peace?

    Is the Minsk process salvageable?Twelve experts gathered at the Atlantic Council in Washington, DC, on March 17 to debate whether the Minsk ceasefire can deliver a sustainable peace in Ukraine. The war in Ukraine has claimed over 10,000 lives and displaced more than 1.6 million people.The Minsk accords, signed in 2014 and 2015, have remained the...

    Obama’s surprising self-assessment
    Mar22

    Obama’s surprising self-assessment

    President Barack Obama put himself in the confession box in his recent and much publicized interview in The Atlantic magazine with Jeffrey Goldberg. This is normally something that American presidents do after they leave office. But Mr. Obama is no ordinary president. In his lengthy discourse, the President cast himself in the role of both sinner...

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