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    Crimea Celebrates Its Second Anniversary as Part of Russia: Time to Drop Sanctions against Moscow
    Mar24

    Crimea Celebrates Its Second Anniversary as Part of Russia: Time to Drop Sanctions against Moscow

    Doug Bandow Two years ago Russia detached Crimea from Ukraine. Since then the Western allies have huffed and puffed while imposing economic sanctions, but to little effect. Although Russia’s economy has suffered, Vladimir Putin remains popular. Most important, Crimea just celebrated the second anniversary of its switch, with construction...

    The 2016 Nuclear Security Summit returns to Washington
    Mar24

    The 2016 Nuclear Security Summit returns to Washington

    25-03-2014_Fotografia_Oficial_da_Cúpula_de_Segurança_Nuclear_2014_(13475341143) (1).jpg Rachel Staley Grant, Programmes and Operations Manager In his 2009 speech in Prague, President Obama described the threat of terrorists acquiring nuclear weapons as the “most immediate and extreme threat to global security”. Setting the bar high, he also...

    Everything you need to know about mini nuclear reactors
    Mar24

    Everything you need to know about mini nuclear reactors

    Because knowledge is power FooTToo/ShutterstockNuclear power can be a touchy subject, one that seems to divide opinion. Many people believe it is unclean, controversial and costly – and the 2011 Fukushima disaster showed the world just how unsafe nuclear can be; the meltdown of the power plant was the worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl in...

    LIVE WEBCAST – The emerging China-Russia axis: The return of geopolitics?
    Mar24

    LIVE WEBCAST – The emerging China-Russia axis: The return of geopolitics?

    Event Information March 24, 2016 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM EDTFalk Auditorium Brookings Institution 1775 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. Washington, DC 20036 Register for the Event #ChinaRussia Tweets Over the past decade, Russia and China have come into closer alignment and their bilateral collaboration has grown. At the same time, Beijing and Moscow...

    Mendras: Ukrainian Issue will be Crucial in Relations between Russia and the EU (video blog)
    Mar24

    Mendras: Ukrainian Issue will be Crucial in Relations between Russia and the EU (video blog)

    Marie Mendras, Senior Fellow, Transatlantic Academy, German Marshall Fund (Washington, D.C) and Professor at the Paris School of International Affairs, explains the change in the EU relations with Russia and Ukraine in video blog for IWP. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Ioannis Karras: Ukraine Needs Patience to Get into the EU (videoblog)
    Mar24

    Ioannis Karras: Ukraine Needs Patience to Get into the EU (videoblog)

    Ioannis Karras, Assistant Professor of History Freiburg University and Visiting Lecturer International Hellenic University Thessaloniki, explains the value of the EU. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    CASE bids farewell to Stanislaw Wellisz
    Mar24

    CASE bids farewell to Stanislaw Wellisz

    We are sad to announce that Stanislaw Wellisz, a Member of the CASE Advisory Council and the Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Professor Emeritus of Economics and International Relations at Columbia University, passed away on February 28, 2016 at the age of 90 after long illness. Stanislaw was born in Warsaw, Poland on March 28, 1925. His family...

    The emerging China-Russia axis: The return of geopolitics?
    Mar24

    The emerging China-Russia axis: The return of geopolitics?

    Event Information March 24, 2016 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM EDTFalk Auditorium Brookings Institution 1775 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. Washington, DC 20036 Register for the Event Over the past decade, Russia and China have come into closer alignment and their bilateral collaboration has grown. At the same time, Beijing and Moscow have each taken...

    Appeal by the leaders of Ukrainian national communities to the Dutch population
    Mar24

    Appeal by the leaders of Ukrainian national communities to the Dutch population

    Ukrainian citizens of different nationalities took an active part in the Revolution of Dignity. They fought for a European future for our country, for the rule of law, for the triumph of the principles of tolerance and the inviolability of human rights. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    With all eyes on Savchenko, Ukrainian hostage Lytvynov’s farcical trial forgotten
    Mar24

    With all eyes on Savchenko, Ukrainian hostage Lytvynov’s farcical trial forgotten

    Another trial directly linked with Russia’s undeclared war against Ukraine is continuing just around the corner from Russian Donetsk, where the ‘trial’ of Nadiya Savchenko reached its predetermined end on March 22. Serhiy Lytvynov has also been in Russian custody for almost two years and is now facing absurd charges. So absurd that...

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