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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Who do they think ‘we’ are? Why the BBC should keep its distance
    Mar17

    Who do they think ‘we’ are? Why the BBC should keep its distance

    During the Falklands War of 1982, Margaret Thatcher was, apparently, furious at the BBC’s even-handed reporting of the conflict. She lamented what she referred to as the “chilling use of the third person” on hearing the BBC refer to military personnel as “they” rather than “we”. The BBC, however, was clear about the value of its...

    Queer wars: the Best Place to Start Promoting Gay Rights is at Home
    Mar17

    Queer wars: the Best Place to Start Promoting Gay Rights is at Home

    When Austrian singer Conchita Wurst headlined the Mardi Gras afterparty on Saturday night it seemed as though all of Sydney was celebrating. Yet Wurst’s message of “respect and tolerance” continues to be controversial. Wurst won the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest in the wake of Russia’s annexation of Crimea. Her victory became a...

    Israel Unbound
    Mar17

    Israel Unbound

    Israel’s persistent occupation of Palestinian lands is irreparably damaging its international standing—or so the conventional wisdom goes. In fact, Israel currently enjoys a degree of global influence unprecedented in its history, as a slew of new international challenges give its foreign policy, long held hostage by the single issue of...

    Chechnya turns into terror zone as another Russian human rights defender attacked
    Mar17

    Chechnya turns into terror zone as another Russian human rights defender attacked

    The attack on Igor Kalyapin, head of the Committee against Torture comes just a week after a savage attack on members of his committee and journalists. The chilling message it sends is particularly disastrous given the urgent need for publicity for Russia’s show trial in Grozny of Ukrainian political prisoners Mykola Karpyuk and Stanislav...

    IMF’s new debt rules not vulture-proof
    Mar17

    IMF’s new debt rules not vulture-proof

    Every country has some form of domestic bankruptcy procedures, whereby debtors who are unable to repay can come to some equitable collective settlement with their creditors. International debt, however, has no such set of resolution procedures. As international capital flows have increased dramatically over the past two decades, this lacuna has...

    IMF’s new debt rules not vulture-proof
    Mar17

    IMF’s new debt rules not vulture-proof

    Every country has some form of domestic bankruptcy procedures, whereby debtors who are unable to repay can come to some equitable collective settlement with their creditors. International debt, however, has no such set of resolution procedures. As international capital flows have increased dramatically over the past two decades, this lacuna has...

    Pro-Russian propagandist Graham Phillips detained in Riga
    Mar17

    Pro-Russian propagandist Graham Phillips detained in Riga

    Graham Phillips, a Briton well-known for his propaganda coverage in excruciatingly bad Russian of the Kremlin-provoked and armed conflict in Donbas, has been detained by police in Riga. This has given pro-Kremlin media a particular boost with Phillips himself claiming he was simply standing and filming ‘fascists’. …read more Source:...

    Missile Defense in East Asia and New Trends in the Russo-Chinese Partnership
    Mar16

    Missile Defense in East Asia and New Trends in the Russo-Chinese Partnership

    The Russo-Chinese partnership, if not alliance, has frequently encountered challenges and obstacles in the past. Two years ago, Russian Defense Minister Segei Shoigu and his deputy, Anatoly Antonov, openly called for a military alliance against terrorism and color revolutions, although for now, China has remained silent on the matter (Ministry of...

    Putin’s Crimea Is No Vacation
    Mar16

    Putin’s Crimea Is No Vacation

    Two years ago on March 16, Crimeans voted in a sham referendum for Russia to annex Crimea. Has life improved for the approximately two million people who live there? Not at all. On every measure, from the economy to its treatment of minorities, the beautiful peninsula has become a shell of what it once was.The economic situation in Crimea is...

    The Obama Doctrine and Ukraine
    Mar16

    The Obama Doctrine and Ukraine

    March 16, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

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