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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Putin ordered to betray Armenia.
    Apr12

    Putin ordered to betray Armenia.

    …The Kremlin realized in time that they are playing with fire and a slight movement of his hands betrayed his last ally. Why not? Armenia still will not go away – it has nowhere to go. This means that its place – under the bench. What will happen next? Nothing special. Armenia will return to the negotiating table. And the Azerbaijani army...

    The Baltics Versus Russian Media
    Apr12

    The Baltics Versus Russian Media

    Latvians bans another Russian media outlet while Estonia says it will just monitor, for now, and Lithuania is the victim of a cyberattack. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Now they come for the oligarchs.
    Apr12

    Now they come for the oligarchs.

    /NEP (New Economic Policy) ended, it is time of KGB routine …/ – GCSSI. … On the agenda of privatization of assets – “the return of property to the people” – Putin can enter the electoral cycle in 2018. Review of the results of privatization has been a taboo subject for the Russian policy for years, and now it is time to reopen the strategic...

    TUC warns holiday entitlements at risk under Brexit as over 50 healthcare workers argue leaving would benefit NHS
    Apr12

    TUC warns holiday entitlements at risk under Brexit as over 50 healthcare workers argue leaving would benefit NHS

    TUC warns holiday entitlements at risk under Brexit as over 50 healthcare workers argue leaving would benefit NHSThe Trade Union Congress (TUC) has warned that leaving the EU could lead to a reduction in people’s paid annual leave. TUC General Secretary, Frances O’Grady said, “We know that some of the biggest cheerleaders for Brexit...

    Dutch Unease: Why the Netherlands Turned Away From Ukraine
    Apr12

    Dutch Unease: Why the Netherlands Turned Away From Ukraine

    The Dutch didn’t reject the EU’s Association Agreement with Ukraine because they are sympathetic to Russia. They rejected it because they believe that Ukraine, like Russia, is unprepared to join the European community. | Русский …read more Source: Carnegie Moscow...

    How to Fill Ukraine’s Security Vacuum
    Apr12

    How to Fill Ukraine’s Security Vacuum

    The most feasible way to solve Ukraine’s mounting security challenge is to establish an alliance of nations stretching from the Baltic Sea to the Black Sea. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Nagorno-Karabakh: The danger of getting used to a conflict
    Apr12

    Nagorno-Karabakh: The danger of getting used to a conflict

    From the outset, Germany’s chairmanship of the OSCE, in 2016, promised to be fraught with sizable challenges. One of these challenges came from the recent developments in the South Caucasus, which demonstrated with renewed force that national boundaries in the post-Soviet space, and thus the security situation, are still far from stable....

    Lithuanian parliament under cyber attack
    Apr12

    Lithuanian parliament under cyber attack

    Lithuania’s parliamentary website came under cyber attack yesterday (11 April) just as a special session of the World Congress of Crimean Tartars was meeting to discuss mass violations of human Rights in Russian-occupied Crimea. …read more Source:...

    Groysman bid for Ukraine premiership on the edge
    Apr12

    Groysman bid for Ukraine premiership on the edge

    Following evening negotiations between the parties of President Petro Poroshenko and Mr Yatseniuk aimed at forming a new coalition government, MPs announced that Mr Groysman had withdrawn his candidacy. He blamed disagreements on ministerial posts for the rapid turnround. FT: Groysman bid for Ukraine premiership on the edge …read more...

    Ukrainian prime minister quits, paving way for cabinet overhaul
    Apr12

    Ukrainian prime minister quits, paving way for cabinet overhaul

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk resigned after weeks of pressure. His party will stay in the coalition allied with President Petro Poroshenko. Poroshenko’s party nominated parliament Speaker Volodymyr Hroisman to take over as premier. Political uncertainty and a failure to tackle graft have delayed disbursement of the IMF rescue...

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