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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Russian Fury Over North Korean Missile Claim
    Feb11

    Russian Fury Over North Korean Missile Claim

    The Kremlin demands an apology from South Korea for accusation it may have provided North Korea with rocket technology. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    An Update on Ukraine with Nataliya Gumenyuk
    Feb11

    An Update on Ukraine with Nataliya Gumenyuk

    What is happening with Ukraine’s reforms? What is the impact of current Western involvement? What is the military situation in Eastern Ukraine? And what role does the media play in all of this? Nataliya Gumenyuk, journalist and commentator, will give an update on the current situation in Ukraine at a meeting of the All-Party Parliamentary...

    The Minsk agreement: one year of shadow boxing
    Feb11

    The Minsk agreement: one year of shadow boxing

    The conflict is likely to remain in its present, not fully frozen state, with all the negative consequences that entails for the Donbass, the rest of Ukraine, and Russia. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

    Political instability adversely affects the hryvnia exchange rate
    Feb11

    Political instability adversely affects the hryvnia exchange rate

    Director of Economic Programmes of the Razumkov Centre Vasyl Yurchyshyn encourages not to draw direct parallels between the depreciation of the hryvnia and the words of the head of the National Bank of Ukraine that currently there are no sufficient grounds for the revaluation of the national currency, informs the website Segodnia. “I am not sure...

    Everything you need to know about the UN secretary-general race (part 1)
    Feb11

    Everything you need to know about the UN secretary-general race (part 1)

    The first part of the series outlines how the race is run, who is agitating, and what their interests are. Part 2 will handicap the field of early secretary-general contenders, from a 39 year-old Montenegrin wunderkind to Australia’s own Kevin Rudd. Eurasia Group’s Ian Bremmer recently warned about the absence of global leadership,...

    Perfect Is the Enemy of the Good: The Case of Belarus
    Feb11

    Perfect Is the Enemy of the Good: The Case of Belarus

    On February 1, Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka met with Russian leader Vladimir Putin in Sochi. The meeting was not planned in advance: Lukashenka had reportedly only called his Russian counterpart on January 28 to request this engagement. This puzzled political commentators. After all, the two heads of state met on December 15 and...

    Germany Asks Ukraine To Boost Debt Terms After Russia Rebuff
    Feb10

    Germany Asks Ukraine To Boost Debt Terms After Russia Rebuff

    February 10, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Where is Ukraine’s Government Headed Now? Four Possible Scenarios
    Feb10

    Where is Ukraine’s Government Headed Now? Four Possible Scenarios

    Ukraine’s ongoing political crisis offers observers an opportunity to analyze the current state of affairs and determine likely scenarios for the country’s political future in the near term.First, the recent resignation of Aivaras Abromavicius from the position of Minister of Economic Development and Trade did not appear to be...

    Germany and the Eastern Partnership After the Ukraine Crisis
    Feb10

    Germany and the Eastern Partnership After the Ukraine Crisis

    The conflict in and about Ukraine has catapulted the European Union’s Eastern Partnership (EaP) into the limelight of international attention. Belittled as a bureaucratic and technical policy instrument, the European Neighbourhood Policy and the EaP as its Eastern regional dimension have within the course of a few months gained unexpected...

    5 questions every presidential candidate should answer on the global economy
    Feb10

    5 questions every presidential candidate should answer on the global economy

    Recent turbulence in the international financial markets suggests that the global economy may see a significant downturn running up to the November elections. That in turn could have major implications for the US economic recovery, as well as the election.Our 2016 presidential candidates must weigh the following five issues, and be able to...

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