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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Opposition Calls Kadyrov ’Private Army’ Threat To Russia
    Feb23

    Opposition Calls Kadyrov ’Private Army’ Threat To Russia

    A leaked excerpt from the report by the Russian opposition on Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov accuses him of amassing a 30,000-strong “private army” that constitutes a threat to national security. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Kremlin-backed militants drive out another vital aid charity as ’western spies’
    Feb23

    Kremlin-backed militants drive out another vital aid charity as ’western spies’

    Marina Cherenkova has been released after nearly a month imprisoned and ‘deported’, with her vital ‘Responsible Citizens NGO effectively accused of being a cover for western security services. There is no news about renowned religious specialist Ihor Kozlovsky taken prisoner a few days earlier …read more Source: Kharkiv...

    For Now, Italy’s Relations With Azerbaijan Do Not Upset Russia
    Feb22

    For Now, Italy’s Relations With Azerbaijan Do Not Upset Russia

    The steady build-up of Italy’s long-term economic partnership with Azerbaijan is adding an important geopolitical dimension to Rome’s foreign policy. Sitting on the fence, Russia is monitoring the current trade and infrastructure dynamics between Baku, Rome and the European Union. The Kremlin is always sensitive to Western maneuvering...

    For Moscow, Talks Are About Sowing Discord, not Solving Conflicts
    Feb22

    For Moscow, Talks Are About Sowing Discord, not Solving Conflicts

    A ceasefire in Syria, which appeared possible if not probable in early February, has again turned out to be unreachable. And in hindsight, it is rather obvious that it never had a chance. The deal that was negotiated on the side lines of the Munich security conference between United States Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign...

    Video: Russia’s Economy and Implications for Russia’s Future
    Feb22

    Video: Russia’s Economy and Implications for Russia’s Future

    After a decade of record growth, Russia’s economy began to slow after 2008. This slowdown accelerated when falling oil prices combined with Western sanctions over Ukraine to exacerbate the effects of a still-unreformed economic system. Today, few can argue that Russia’s economy is in serious trouble. But where will it go from here?...

    Ukraine: Italy and Europe in the new geopolitical scenarios, hearing with experts
    Feb22

    Ukraine: Italy and Europe in the new geopolitical scenarios, hearing with experts

    Chamber of Deputies Committee III (Foreign affairs) – 11 March 2014Fact-finding investigation on the projection of Italy and Europe in the new geopolitical scenarios. Strategic and security priorities: Hearing of Marco Di Liddo, Ce.S.I. (Centro Studi Internazionali), Vincenzo Camporini, Vice President IAI (Istituto Affari Internazionali)...

    The Struggle of Displaced Journalists in Ukraine
    Feb22

    The Struggle of Displaced Journalists in Ukraine

    The conflict in Ukraine has forced many journalists to relocate, but their work has only become more vital. …read more Source: Open Society...

    Ukraine on the Occupation of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the City of Sevastopol by the Russian Federation
    Feb22

    Ukraine on the Occupation of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the City of Sevastopol by the Russian Federation

    PRESS RELEASE. Ukraine. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    O.S.B. – Oh Sacred Business
    Feb22

    O.S.B. – Oh Sacred Business

    O.S.B, the abbreviation for the Order of St. Benedict, has taken on nuanced meaning: Oh Sacred Business. This is definitely true of a profitable Benedictine company located in Norcia, the medieval birthplace of St. Benedict in central Italy. In just four years, a talented and enterprising team has found the right mix of tradition, vocation and...

    Russia’s Pernicious Hybrid War Against Ukraine
    Feb22

    Russia’s Pernicious Hybrid War Against Ukraine

    In recent months, the relative calming of the Russian-Ukrainian war in the Donbas has led many observers to describe this confrontation as yet another “frozen conflict” in the post-Soviet space. Yet even if Russian military activities ceased completely, the analogy is misleading. It is not always understood that Ukraine’s neighbor to the...

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