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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    UKRAINE TO STAY OUT OF EU AND NATO FOR 20 YEARS, SAYS JEAN-CLAUDE JUNCKER
    Mar05

    UKRAINE TO STAY OUT OF EU AND NATO FOR 20 YEARS, SAYS JEAN-CLAUDE JUNCKER

    European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has dashed Ukraine’s hopes of joining the EU and NATO anytime soon, estimating that it will take at least two decades before the former Soviet state is a member of either. Newsweek: UKRAINE TO STAY OUT OF EU AND NATO FOR 20 YEARS, SAYS JEAN-CLAUDE JUNCKER …read more Source: The...

    Pentagon: Despite Minsk II, More Than 400 Ukraine Troops Killed
    Mar05

    Pentagon: Despite Minsk II, More Than 400 Ukraine Troops Killed

    More than 400 Ukrainian troops have died in fighting since the Minsk II cease-fire agreement was adopted one year ago, with Russia playing a major role in the violence. VOA: Pentagon: Despite Minsk II, More Than 400 Ukraine Troops Killed …read more Source: The American Center for a European...

    Yaresko agreed to head government
    Mar05

    Yaresko agreed to head government

    After a week of prior negotiations, Natalie Jaresko agreed to become head of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine. The information was provided by sources in the Presidential Administration. The strategic seven that consists of people closest to the President and Prmie Minister continues to persuade Arseniy Yatsenyuk to resign. Natalie Jaresko...

    Turkey-Greece-Italy Interconnector: South Stream’s Latest Avatar? (Part One)
    Mar05

    Turkey-Greece-Italy Interconnector: South Stream’s Latest Avatar? (Part One)

    Russian President Vladimir Putin launched the South Stream gas export project in 2007. All along, Russia lacked the gas volumes and financing that this gigantic project presupposed. Moscow poured all its resources into Nord Stream. It did not seriously intend South Stream as an energy supply project, but rather as a political project, with many...

    The Meaning of Russia’s Naval Deployments in the Mediterranean
    Mar05

    The Meaning of Russia’s Naval Deployments in the Mediterranean

    Russian ships equipped with the advanced sea-launched Kalibr cruise missile will now be perpetually present in the Mediterranean Sea as part of Moscow’s naval operations connected to the mission in Syria. This is according to Admiral Aleksandr Vitko, the commander of the Russian Black Sea Fleet (BSF) (RIA Novosti, February 19)....

    Murder Is Washington’s Foreign Policy
    Mar04

    Murder Is Washington’s Foreign Policy

    Washington has a long history of massacring people, for example, the destruction of the Plains Indians by the Union war criminals Sherman and Sheridan and the atomic bombs dropped on Japanese civilian populations, but Washington has progressed from periodic massacres to fulltime massacring. From the Clinton regime forward, massacre of civilians...

    Why are Europe’s Crises ‘Existential’?
    Mar04

    Why are Europe’s Crises ‘Existential’?

    Transatlantic Take(BRUSSELS) – March 2016 may well make it into the history books as a make or break month for the EU. The EU-Turkey Summit of March 7 and the European Council Summit of March 17-18 will have to produce short and long term measures addressing the current mayhem caused by the European governments’ disorderly responses...

    How Russia controls American policy
    Mar04

    How Russia controls American policy

    Download the PDF By Kimberly Kagan and Frederick W. Kagan We’ve seen this movie—now playing in Syria– before. The Russians have developed a way of getting the U.S. formally to permit offensive Russian military operations against American partners on the ground, all the while calling it a ceasefire. What the Russians are proposing in...

    Normandy Four Fail to Reach Agreement on Eastern Ukraine Elections
    Mar04

    Normandy Four Fail to Reach Agreement on Eastern Ukraine Elections

    March 4, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    “You Have Not Defeated Me and You Never Will!” Ukrainian Fighter Pilot Nadiya Savchenko Tells Court
    Mar04

    “You Have Not Defeated Me and You Never Will!” Ukrainian Fighter Pilot Nadiya Savchenko Tells Court

    Even for Russia, where everyday life can best be described as Kafkaesque, the case of Nadiya Savchenko is outrageous. In 2014, during the war in Ukraine’s Donbas, Savchenko, a Ukrainian military officer captured by the pro-Russian separatists in combat, was transferred to Russia, where she was accused of involvement in the death of two...

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