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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Time is running out for rule of law in Ukraine.
    Apr13

    Time is running out for rule of law in Ukraine.

    There is a real risk that reforms will stall now that the country has moved from the unsustainable Yanukovych corruption levels to the sustainable Kuchma levels that allowed some to become extremely rich while the vast majority remained structurally poor …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Peculiarities of Public Opinion in Belarus
    Apr12

    Peculiarities of Public Opinion in Belarus

    The new (March) quarterly survey by the Western-funded Independent Institute for Socio-Economic and Political Studies (IISEPS)—a polling firm widely considered by Western experts to be the most reputable such organization operating inside Belarus—confirmed a fundamental cultural proximity between Belarus and Russia. According to the results,...

    Countering Color Revolution Drives Russia’s Creation of National Guard
    Apr12

    Countering Color Revolution Drives Russia’s Creation of National Guard

    On April 5, President Vladimir Putin ordered the creation of a new National Guard, marking a sweeping transformation in Russia’s security structures (see EDM, April 7, 11). Intermittently discussed since the 1990s, the reform of these structures was long overdue and clearly tasked with improving domestic security capabilities. But the...

    Ukraine, Let’s Build a Country that the Dutch and All of Europe Will Embrace
    Apr12

    Ukraine, Let’s Build a Country that the Dutch and All of Europe Will Embrace

    Shall we live the old way? What are the lessons for the government of Ukraine from the referendum in the Netherlands?Let’s begin with gratitude to the hundreds of colleagues and friends who in recent days worked to urge the people of the Netherlands to support Ukraine in the referendum.We lost and Holland lost too. The strength and the...

    Solving Ukraine’s Security Dilemma
    Apr12

    Solving Ukraine’s Security Dilemma

    NATO won’t be expanding east anytime soon, so militarily weak countries between the Baltic and the Black Sea should form an alliance for mutual defense against Moscow. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    The Continuing Conflict between Russia and Ukraine: Multiple Perspectives
    Apr12

    The Continuing Conflict between Russia and Ukraine: Multiple Perspectives

    Two years after the occupation of Crimea, the conflict between Russia and Ukraine remains unresolved. Millions of internally displaced persons, deepening humanitarian crisis in Eastern Ukraine, continued “hybrid” warfare, multiple economic and social hardships – these are just few of the consequences of this frozen, festering conflict. On the eve...

    Constitution Making in Ukraine: Refocusing the Debate
    Apr12

    Constitution Making in Ukraine: Refocusing the Debate

    Ukraine’s reformers have largely ignored the key issue of the separation of powers. The EU should help put this important priority back on the agenda. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Talks On Forming New Ukraine Government Continue
    Apr12

    Talks On Forming New Ukraine Government Continue

    Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. Czech Republic. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Zhirinovsky for Eternity
    Apr12

    Zhirinovsky for Eternity

    Controversial Russian nationalist politician cast in bronze. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    How to Solve Ukraine’s Security Dilemma
    Apr12

    How to Solve Ukraine’s Security Dilemma

    The Case for a New Security Pact between the Baltic and Black Seas A main reason for the recent escalation of tensions in Eastern Europe is the absence of an effective security structure encompassing such militarily weak countries as Moldova, Georgia, and Ukraine. While Ukrainian public opinion has recently made a U-turn from a rejection to an...

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