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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Yerevan Protesters Denounce Russian Arms Sales to Azerbaijan
    Apr14

    Yerevan Protesters Denounce Russian Arms Sales to Azerbaijan

    Kremlin says it will continue to supply arms to both sides despite renewed fighting in breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukraine: a counter revolution could be under way in Kiev
    Apr14

    Ukraine: a counter revolution could be under way in Kiev

    The Verkhovna Rada, Ukraine’s unruly parliament, voted on April 14 to accept the resignation of Arseniy Yatsenyuk, leader of the People’s Front party. The prime minister, who has been in post since the Euromaidan uprising in February 2014, reluctantly announced on April 10 that he intended to leave office. President Petro...

    The Dutch have rejected the EU association agreement with Ukraine
    Apr14

    The Dutch have rejected the EU association agreement with Ukraine

    The ramifications concerning the implementation of the EU association agreement with Ukraine following the result of the referendum will be limited. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

    Russia: a global energy powerhouse that’s much more than a petro-state
    Apr14

    Russia: a global energy powerhouse that’s much more than a petro-state

    Energy empire? A Gazprom facility in Moscow. imagesbywestfall/flickr, CC BYRussia is not what you think. Most discussion about its energy influence has focused on oil and gas, particularly gas. Russia can be described, and is routinely described, as a petro-state. This is only partly accurate. In truth, Russia has been building an altogether new...

    A new attempt to resolve the Ukraine conflict
    Apr14

    A new attempt to resolve the Ukraine conflict

    The diplomatic efforts of the West to find a political solution to the Ukraine conflict have reached an impasse. Implementation of the terms of the Minsk Agreement – far-reaching autonomy rights for Donbas in return for a withdrawal of Russian arms and troops, the holding of regional elections under international supervision, Ukrainian control of...

    Corbyn sets out socialist, ‘warts and all’ case for staying in EU
    Apr14

    Corbyn sets out socialist, ‘warts and all’ case for staying in EU

    Corbyn sets out socialist, ‘warts and all’ case for staying in EULabour leader Jeremy Corbyn has this morning made his first major intervention in the EU referendum campaign by setting out the “strong socialist case for staying in the European Union”. Having come under criticism from many in his party over his lukewarm support for EU...

    IWP presented “Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Turkey” (photos)
    Apr14

    IWP presented “Foreign Policy Audit: Ukraine-Turkey” (photos)

    On April 13, the Institute of World Policy held a public discussion “Ukraine-Turkey: New Black Sea Union?”. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    The Dutch Referendum on EU-Ukraine Treaty Doesn’t Signal a Step Towards Nexit
    Apr14

    The Dutch Referendum on EU-Ukraine Treaty Doesn’t Signal a Step Towards Nexit

    The European Union’s treaty with Ukraine was rebuffed by Dutch voters on April 6 with over 60% rejecting it in a low turnout referendum. The government must now reconsider the treaty. Initiators of the referendum hope that it will be a step towards a “Nexit” – the exit of the Netherlands from the EU. But even if more Dutch referendums are...

    Corruption Is The New Communism
    Apr14

    Corruption Is The New Communism

    In many ways, Russian corruption is the new Soviet Communism. Kremlin-sponsored graft is the new Red Menace. And the Soviet Union’s attempts to subvert the West with the power of an idea has given way to Vladimir Putin’s Russia seeking to corrupt it with the lure of easy money …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Maidan activist Kostenko refused parole for denying insane charges
    Apr14

    Maidan activist Kostenko refused parole for denying insane charges

    A Russian court has rejected Oleksandr Kostenko’s application for parole citing his denial of legally absurd charges and the fact that he was placed in a punishment cell (on the pretext that he hadn’t greeted a prison official) …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

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