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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Trump Versus Rubio? the Donald Is More Likely to Keep America at Peace
    Mar01

    Trump Versus Rubio? the Donald Is More Likely to Keep America at Peace

    Doug Bandow With Super Tuesday almost upon us the Republican establishment is desperate to stop Donald Trump. It appears to have settled on Marco Rubio as the last great hope to save the Republican Party, or at least the elites which dominate the GOP. Republican voters face a bad choice. The Donald’s shortcomings are manifest. Marco Rubio...

    Utilities Cautioned About Potential for a Cyberattack After Ukraine’s
    Mar01

    Utilities Cautioned About Potential for a Cyberattack After Ukraine’s

    March 1, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Russia’s View of Ukraine after the Crisis
    Mar01

    Russia’s View of Ukraine after the Crisis

    Russia’s View of Ukraine after the CrisisIn: IAI Working Papers …read more Source: Istituto Affari...

    Coal Mine Disaster Not Preventable, Russian Officials Say
    Mar01

    Coal Mine Disaster Not Preventable, Russian Officials Say

    Victims’ families and unions claim mine’s owners skimped on safety, ignored evidence of high methane levels. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Kremlin Denies Trying to Stifle Story of Child’s Murder
    Mar01

    Kremlin Denies Trying to Stifle Story of Child’s Murder

    Major Russian broadcasters downplayed story of toddler’s decapitation by her nanny, even as it went viral worldwide. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Anti-Corruption Initiatives in Ukraine: Society vs the System
    Mar01

    Anti-Corruption Initiatives in Ukraine: Society vs the System

    Tue15MarInvitation OnlyResearch EventAnti-Corruption Initiatives in Ukraine: Society vs the System15 Mar 2016 – 15:00 to 16:30Add to CalendariCalendar Outlook Google Yahoo Chatham House, London Russia and Eurasia Programme, Ukraine ForumParticipantsYulia Andrusiv, Academy Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme, Chatham HouseDownload...

    Russia, between fear and defiance
    Mar01

    Russia, between fear and defiance

    As I arrived in Moscow this month, the talk of town was the BBC’s hypothetical drama ‘World War Three: Inside the War Room’, which had dismayed the Russian public. Everyone I spoke to believed that the film was intended to rally public support in Europe for a war against Russia. I of course protested, but when I heard in response:...

    Don’t be fooled: Joining NATO doesn’t mean Montenegro has changed
    Mar01

    Don’t be fooled: Joining NATO doesn’t mean Montenegro has changed

    Montenegro’s NATO membership has been in the pipeline for years. But only in the past few months, since Montenegro adopted tough EU-led sanctions against Russia over Ukraine, has Russia raised concerns. Though the government in Podgorica has maintained that its move is in no way “expressing an anti-Russian mood”, Moscow called the final...

    Ex Crimea volunteer battalion Azov leader arrested & accused of working for Russia
    Mar01

    Ex Crimea volunteer battalion Azov leader arrested & accused of working for Russia

    Ukraine’s Security Service have arrested Stanislav Krasnov, close friend of Crimean political prisoner Oleksandr Kostenko and himself wanted on politically motivated charges in Russian-occupied Crimea. The SBU accuse the former commander of the volunteer Krym Battalion and now leader of the Azov Crimea Civic Corps of spying for...

    Ukraine’s shame if vital Crimean Tatar TV channel ATR now closes
    Mar01

    Ukraine’s shame if vital Crimean Tatar TV channel ATR now closes

    It is almost a year since Russia tried to silence the unique Crimean Tatar television channel ATR, forcing it to close in Russian-occupied Crimea. Relaunched in Kyiv, the channel is now again in danger and, gallingly, this time it is inaction from the Ukrainian government which is jeopardizing the channel’s existence …read more...

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