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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Juncker Proposes Visa-Free Travel for Georgia, Ukraine, Kosovo
    Dec21

    Juncker Proposes Visa-Free Travel for Georgia, Ukraine, Kosovo

    Move is a snub to Russia which failed to secure the same benefit – if only for business leaders – even before the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Crimea in Darkness, Part 3
    Dec21

    Crimea in Darkness, Part 3

    As Crimea’s power supply slowly returns to normal, TOL looks at how people are coping with blackouts and shortages. Read Part 1 here and Part 2 here. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The Clash of Stupidity: Republican Debate Part V
    Dec20

    The Clash of Stupidity: Republican Debate Part V

    Watching the Republican debates has become a surreal experience, particularly when it comes to foreign policy. Terrorism in general and ISIS in particular were very much the focus area of the fifth and final GOP presidential debate in 2015 and fear is what’s for Christmas. There was actually nothing to debate during the undercard...

    Office of Largest Opposition Party in Georgia Comes Under Attack
    Dec19

    Office of Largest Opposition Party in Georgia Comes Under Attack

    On the night of December 9, unidentified assailants attacked an office of the most influential opposition party of Georgia, United National Movement (UNM), in the town of Dedoplistskaro, near the capital of Tbilisi (Civil Georgia, December 10). Former Georgian president (2008–2013) and the current governor of Odesa oblast in Ukraine (since May...

    Conserved Conflict: Russia’s Innovations in Ukraine’s East
    Dec19

    Conserved Conflict: Russia’s Innovations in Ukraine’s East

    Russia’s conflict undertaking in Ukraine’s east fits within patterns familiar from other post-Soviet conflicts, initiated by Russia and conserved on Russian terms with international assistance (see EDM, December 17). However, Russia’s war in Ukraine’s east involves a number of major political and military innovations in...

    Russia Says Unsurprised by Ukraine’s Refusal to Pay Debts, Will Win Court Case
    Dec18

    Russia Says Unsurprised by Ukraine’s Refusal to Pay Debts, Will Win Court Case

    December 18, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Why winning in Ukraine matters
    Dec18

    Why winning in Ukraine matters

    This article will be published in the December 28 issue of The Weekly Standard.It’s said that hopeless causes are the only ones worth fighting for. At first blush, that’s Ukraine. On a recent visit to Kiev, we heard account after account of the problems facing Ukraine, the two most serious being corruption and the ongoing conflict...

    Putin Admits Russian ‘Specialists’ in Ukraine
    Dec18

    Putin Admits Russian ‘Specialists’ in Ukraine

    The Russian leader has for the first time admitted that Russian troops were active in eastern Ukraine during the separatist conflict. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Looking for Terrorists in Alderaan Places
    Dec18

    Looking for Terrorists in Alderaan Places

    In September 2009, an article from the Economist detailed a significant lack of counterinsurgency tactics in the original Star Wars sci-fi blockbusters. The publication explained that the movie-going public ‘hate insurgency and counterinsurgency.’ This might have been true in the era of Star Wars’ cinematic release in the aftermath of...

    Conserved Conflict: Russia’s Pattern in Ukraine’s East
    Dec18

    Conserved Conflict: Russia’s Pattern in Ukraine’s East

    Russia’s military intervention in Ukraine’s east—directly and by proxy—has saddled Ukraine with a “frozen” conflict in its Donetsk and Luhansk provinces. The parallel situation in Crimea also qualifies as a “frozen conflict,” insofar as Russia’s forcible annexation is not recognized internationally, and in that sense the...

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