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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Mothers and children of Crimean Tatar political prisoners frighten judges in Russian-occupied Crimea
    Oct18

    Mothers and children of Crimean Tatar political prisoners frighten judges in Russian-occupied Crimea

    With press freedom severely curtailed, and lawyers prohibited from divulging any information about the charges their clients face, Russia probably expected the lawlessness of its indefinite imprisonment and ‘trials’ of Crimean Tatars and other Crimean Muslims to go unnoticed. Crimea is not Russia, however, and there will be no silence,...

    Janus Putkonen and the Donbas DONi-News – disinformation and misrepresentation
    Oct18

    Janus Putkonen and the Donbas DONi-News – disinformation and misrepresentation

    Finnish Janus Putkonen permanently moved to Donetsk in summer 2015. At that time he founded the so-called DONi-News media company with Russian money. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Why Russia thinks it’s exceptional
    Oct18

    Why Russia thinks it’s exceptional

    Destiny calls upon Russia once more to face the West – or so Russians might believe. America is not alone in projecting itself as an exceptional power and indispensable force for good in the world. Russia makes the same claim. That sentiment is built upon centuries of defeating invaders, as I explore in “Russia: The Story of War.” And it plays a...

    Why Russia thinks it’s exceptional
    Oct18

    Why Russia thinks it’s exceptional

    Destiny calls upon Russia once more to face the West – or so Russians might believe. America is not alone in projecting itself as an exceptional power and indispensable force for good in the world. Russia makes the same claim. That sentiment is built upon centuries of defeating invaders, as I explore in “Russia: The Story of War.” And it plays a...

    Russia erects memorial to Donbas mercenaries Ukraine wanted to see tried for war crimes
    Oct18

    Russia erects memorial to Donbas mercenaries Ukraine wanted to see tried for war crimes

    Vladislav Surkov, advisor to Russian President Vladimir Putin took part on October 16 in the ceremonial opening in Rostov (Russia) of a memorial to Russian or pro-Russian fighters who died in Donbas. The event was timed to coincide with the first anniversary of the death of Russian mercenary Arseny Pavlov [‘Motorola”], whom Ukraine had...

    Why Russia thinks it’s exceptional
    Oct18

    Why Russia thinks it’s exceptional

    Destiny calls upon Russia once more to face the West – or so Russians might believe. America is not alone in projecting itself as an exceptional power and indispensable force for good in the world. Russia makes the same claim. That sentiment is built upon centuries of defeating invaders, as I explore in “Russia: The Story of War.” And it plays a...

    Minor Clashes Reported At Kyiv Anticorruption Demonstration
    Oct17

    Minor Clashes Reported At Kyiv Anticorruption Demonstration

    Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. United States. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    A Mystery in Albania
    Oct17

    A Mystery in Albania

    Russia? Again? Buying, controlling, manipulating, using media in other countries? …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    How Poroshenko Passed an Unpopular Law
    Oct17

    How Poroshenko Passed an Unpopular Law

    The Ukrainian authorities tried to conceal the extension of a law granting special status to Donbas, while the parliament bowed to the president’s will. From Hromadske International. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The Kremlin’s New Darling: Cryptocurrency
    Oct17

    The Kremlin’s New Darling: Cryptocurrency

    Putin adviser launches bitcoin mining company as Russia pushes alternatives to American dollar. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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