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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Come to Barcelona to see the hi-tech future now – and Ukraine’s role in it
    Mar06

    Come to Barcelona to see the hi-tech future now – and Ukraine’s role in it

    This year Ukraine marks its fifth year at the Mobile World Congress startup event 4YFN. Sergiy Vakarin, Chairman of UkraineIS and President of Winton Ukraine is proud to announce that several Ukrainian companies will take part in 4YFN and MWC in 2018. Mobile World Congress is the largest telecom event in the world that is […] …read more...

    Ukraine four years after the Maidan
    Mar06

    Ukraine four years after the Maidan

    By Steven PiferIn late February 2014, following three months of demonstrations on Kyiv’s Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square), then-President Victor Yanukovych fled the Ukrainian capital on a tortuous path that ultimately took him to Russia. On February 22, 2014, Ukraine’s parliament appointed an acting president and acting...

    Ukraine saves Musk’s Martian dream
    Mar06

    Ukraine saves Musk’s Martian dream

    SpaceX, a private company has successfully launched a new heavy rocket at a fraction of a cost of other similar systems. Falcon Heavy is the world’s most powerful rocket in operation. Its successful launch is an important step towards the goal of sending humans to Mars. Sending large payloads to Mars has been an unresolved […] …read...

    Assessing the Impact of Sanctions on the Russian Defence Sector
    Mar06

    Assessing the Impact of Sanctions on the Russian Defence Sector

    Corporate Members Nominees Breakfast Briefing Partners and Major Corporates 23 May 2018 – 08:00 to 09:15Add to CalendariCalendar Outlook Google Yahoo Chatham House, London …read more Source: Chatham...

    February 20th, 2018
    Mar06

    February 20th, 2018

    BELARUS Prosecutor Seeks Four-Year Prison Sentence For Belarusian Activist RFE/RL The state prosecutor has asked a Belarusian court to sentence an activist who took part in protests against a law obliging the unemployed to pay taxes on “social parasites” to four years in prison. Svyataslau Baranovich, who was charged with attacking a police...

    History Begins (Again) for the Pentagon
    Mar06

    History Begins (Again) for the Pentagon

    The views expressed in this article are the authors’ own and do not necessarily reflect those of the U.S. Government, the U.S. Department of Defense, or the U.S. Army. Thanks to a near-myopic obsession with eradicating transnational Islamic terrorism, costly invasions and occupations of Afghanistan and Iraq, and a zero-risk approach to...

    A Classic Dilemma: Russia’s Threat to Withdraw from the Council of Europe
    Mar06

    A Classic Dilemma: Russia’s Threat to Withdraw from the Council of Europe

    When Russia joined the Council of Europe in 1996, this was a major step and a sign of a fundamentally new time. The successor state to the Soviet Union joined a pan-European human rights regime that provided the citizens of its member states with effective judicial tools to defend their rights. Today, a good two decades later, Russia’s...

    Verbal strategies from Kosovo to Crimea. Part Two

    Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014 has become a turning point for the Kremlin’s relationship with the West. While inside Russia the event is largely viewed as a “restoration of historical justice,” in the West it is perceived as a violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity and essentially as the first...

    The Smartest Strategy is to Say Farewell to Donbas
    Mar06

    The Smartest Strategy is to Say Farewell to Donbas

    Russia / Europe It is useful to look at the conflict in the Donbas from the point of view of Russian interests: While this approach is unpopular in Ukraine, full insight into the interests of the parties involved is the key to building any relationship. On the one hand, Russia’s strategic logic is quite obvious: conflicts in the post-Soviet...

    An Election With No Alternatives
    Mar06

    An Election With No Alternatives

    Politics In addition to the list of purchased items and other messages, supermarket receipts bear a reminder: ‘18 March: Elections of the President of the Russian Federation’. Schools devote their classes to the elections and run ‘research projects’ where children are forced to conduct surveys on their parents, asking whether they are...

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