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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Russia’s “Militarization” of Colour Revolutions
    Feb01

    Russia’s “Militarization” of Colour Revolutions

    This paper argues that ever since the 2013-2014 Euromaidan protests in Ukraine, the Putin Regime has viewed anti-government protests at home and abroad as a potential military threat. More specifically, the paper’s author 1) describes how this dubious assumption has been unequivocally formalized in Russia’s most recent National...

    Challenges to European Security: A Transatlantic Perspective
    Jan31

    Challenges to European Security: A Transatlantic Perspective

    This report summarizes the results of the 2015 Transatlantic Security Symposium, which explored ways to define and implement an overarching security agenda at the transatlantic level. The main topics covered in the report include 1) the threats posed by the so-called Islamic State; 2) Russia’s meddling in Eastern Ukraine; 3) NATO’s...

    Germany and Europe’s Security: Normalisation is Overdue
    Jan30

    Germany and Europe’s Security: Normalisation is Overdue

    Germany has gradually assumed an increasing share of European leadership in recent years. Now it needs to take more responsibility for the Continent’s security. Europe’s post-Cold War order feels increasingly under siege. The embers of the Eurozone crisis still smoulder quietly in Greece, and its fallout stifles economic growth and...

    China’s Ascendance to the Position of Chief Adversary
    Jan30

    China’s Ascendance to the Position of Chief Adversary

    Image credit: Poster Collection, CC 146, Hoover Institution Archives.Blank Section (Placeholder)via Military History in the NewsA significant portion of our national security establishment, painstakingly built up during the Cold War, has accepted the assumption that when it comes to threats from sovereign states, Russia, not China, is...

    Crimea’s Annexation by Russia Returns to Kyiv’s International Agenda
    Jan29

    Crimea’s Annexation by Russia Returns to Kyiv’s International Agenda

    Up to now, the shaky ceasefire in Ukraine’s eastern Donbas region has mostly continued to hold (see EDM, January 21). And thus, the Crimean peninsula, which was illegally annexed by Russia in early 2014, has returned near the top of Kyiv’s international agenda. Following the severance of Ukraine’s economic ties with occupied...

    Russian Opposition and Chechens Living in Europe Condemn Ramzan Kadyrov
    Jan29

    Russian Opposition and Chechens Living in Europe Condemn Ramzan Kadyrov

    Ramzan Kadyrov and his Russian critics have squabbled for the last two weeks. Most of those who criticized Kadyrov are either members of the Russian political opposition or rights activists who are also opposed to President Vladimir Putin. Kadyrov regards all opposition to the Russian president as pro-American and anti-Russian. Speaking to...

    Putin’s Angels: The Bikers Battling For Russia In Ukraine
    Jan29

    Putin’s Angels: The Bikers Battling For Russia In Ukraine

    January 29, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    OSCE Condemns Police Attack on Belarusian Journalist
    Jan29

    OSCE Condemns Police Attack on Belarusian Journalist

    Opposition leader plans to protest against the ‘lawlessness’ and impunity of people in uniform. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Kremlin Slams U.S. Over Putin Corruption Claim
    Jan29

    Kremlin Slams U.S. Over Putin Corruption Claim

    A White House spokesman backs up U.S. treasury official’s assertion of Russian leader’s secret riches. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    2015 Saw Worst Decline in Freedom in a Decade: Report
    Jan29

    2015 Saw Worst Decline in Freedom in a Decade: Report

    Freedom House says oil price drop major factor in crackdown among repressive Eurasian petro-states, while refugee crisis has led to demagoguery in the EU. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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