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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Russia in Afghanistan: Playing with Fire
    Feb10

    Russia in Afghanistan: Playing with Fire

    As the longest war in US history rumbles on, Moscow looks at the Afghanistan conflict with interest. Allegations of Moscow’s meddling in the country, particularly its aid to the Taliban, raise questions over Russia’s geopolitical interests in Afghanistan, with the Kremlin’s mixed strategy reflecting how it is also precariously...

    Arbitration Reform in Ukraine: New Possibilities for Arbitration Users
    Feb10

    Arbitration Reform in Ukraine: New Possibilities for Arbitration Users

    After many years of discussions and active work of various working groups and Ukrainian Parliament, in the end of 2017 Ukraine has finally reformed its arbitration-related procedural legislation. Now the arbitration users may seek Ukrainian courts’ assistance in obtaining interim measures, preserving and collecting evidence necessary for...

    Understanding Russia’s Appetite for Uranium
    Feb10

    Understanding Russia’s Appetite for Uranium

    Economy Russia is the third-largest consumer of uranium in the world, and the country aims to be a key driver of growth in uranium markets over the next few years. The evidence of Russia’s intent can be seen domestically through its own nuclear power expansion efforts. In Central Asia, Russia draws on close ties from the Soviet period to...

    Open Ukraine! (Video)
    Feb10

    Open Ukraine! (Video)

    Source: Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine Ukraine is the largest country in Europe. We have a unique mixture of attractions – the seaside, mountains, kilometers of rivers and lakes, marvelous cities and authentic countryside. Ukraine is beautiful and safe to visit. Every year we host thousands of festivals, sporting events,...

    Armed Conflict in 2017 Part Three: 2018 Forecasts for the Rohingya Crisis and Ukraine.
    Feb10

    Armed Conflict in 2017 Part Three: 2018 Forecasts for the Rohingya Crisis and Ukraine.

    Predicting the future trajectory of armed conflict is a notoriously difficult task, even when limited to a period of only one year. Events internal to a country are capable of producing unwelcome surprises: in the DRC we have witnessed the Kasai region plummet into horrendous violence that began over the matter of a local succession, at a time...

    Poland’s War With Israel
    Feb10

    Poland’s War With Israel

    Israel, as an enemy, has been chosen perfectly. It is ruled by right-wing populists, so it has been possible to accurately predict the mirror mechanism of sharp reactions. And that is what Jarosław Kaczyński wanted. Nothing consolidates power better than war. A war undermines any internal divisions within a country and removes all citizens’...

    Poroshenko accused of creating a weapon against critical NGOs, like in Russia & Kazakhstan
    Feb10

    Poroshenko accused of creating a weapon against critical NGOs, like in Russia & Kazakhstan

    Ukrainian civic activists have expressed anger over public claims made by the President’s spokesperson that two contentious bills imposing extensive reporting requirements on NGOs, though not, for example, political parties, have been agreed with civic organizations …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    A Chance for Peace in Ukraine?
    Feb10

    A Chance for Peace in Ukraine?

    The proposed UN peacekeeping mission to Ukraine needs a combination of Western sticks and carrots. Diplomacy is not enough. …read more Source: Carnegie...

    From Lone Actors to Daesh: Rethinking the Response to the Diverse Threats of Terrorist Financing
    Feb10

    From Lone Actors to Daesh: Rethinking the Response to the Diverse Threats of Terrorist Financing

    In view of the terrorist threat and diversity of funding efforts, counter-terrorist financing efforts should aim to address the modus operandi of any given target, placing greater emphasis on the intelligence value that finance provides.Download the article (PDF)On 23 September 2001, President George W Bush signed Executive Order 13224, which...

    Ukraine Tech Goes Global
    Feb10

    Ukraine Tech Goes Global

    Source: Emerging Europe Written by Mike Buryk According to IT Ukraine, a trade association for 58 IT-companies in the country, the sector was the third most important in 2017, with national export volumes worth 3.2 billion US dollars. About 100 R&D centers of major global companies are located in Ukraine. There are 13 Ukrainian companies […]...

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