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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Ukraine is Turning into Liberia
    Mar25

    Ukraine is Turning into Liberia

    Earlier this month while delivering a public lecture in Kiev, “The Challenges of an Ever-Changing World,” former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice made an inspiring remark for anyone who might have been thinking that life in Ukraine was bad: “You should go to Liberia where the standard of living is much lower, and then you will be thankful.”...

    Ukraine Parliament Speaker a Possible Yatsenyuk Successor
    Mar25

    Ukraine Parliament Speaker a Possible Yatsenyuk Successor

    Volodymyr Groysman emerges as front-runner to replace unpopular premier. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukraine Parliament Speaker a Possible Yatsenyuk Successor
    Mar25

    Ukraine Parliament Speaker a Possible Yatsenyuk Successor

    Volodymyr Groysman emerges as front-runner to replace unpopular premier. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Polityka gospodarcza a rozwój makroekonomiczny Węgier
    Mar25

    Polityka gospodarcza a rozwój makroekonomiczny Węgier

    Language Polish Na pierwszy rzut oka sytuacja gospodarcza na Węgrzech poprawiła się w ostatnich latach zdecydowanie. Wzrost gospodarczy osiągnął poziom prawie 4 proc. w 2014 roku, jeden z najwyższych w całej UE. Ale czy wskaźniki ekonomiczne są rzeczywiście tak dobre, jak twierdzi rząd Orbana? Gabor Oblath, Senior Research Fellow w Instytucie...

    Today there are very few people in Ukraine who are expecting positive changes
    Mar25

    Today there are very few people in Ukraine who are expecting positive changes

    Ukrainians turn out to be among the world’s saddest nations, according to results of the latest United Nations World Happiness Report. Over the last three years, Ukrainians’ happiness level plummeted as their country moved down 36 positions in the survey, the Kyiv Post newspaper writes. But Andriy Bychenko, the director of the...

    Economic policy and macroenomic developments in Hungary
    Mar25

    Economic policy and macroenomic developments in Hungary

    Language English At first sight, the economic situation in Hungary has been getting better in recent years, with economic growth reaching nearly 4 per cent in 2014, the fastest rate in the EU. But are these numbers really as good as the Orban government claims? Gabor Oblath, senior research fellow at the Institute of Economics of the Hungarian...

    To counter terrorism, the public should be informed about the threat of terrorist attacks
    Mar25

    To counter terrorism, the public should be informed about the threat of terrorist attacks

    The tragic events in Brussels showed that Ukraine and the EU member states should thoroughly prepare to counter such terrorist threats, and check all the scenarios in the investigation of the terrorist attacks. This opinion was expressed by Joint Director of Foreign Policy Programmes and International Security of the Razumkov Centre Oleksiy...

    Russian Prosecution Cites “Bellingcat Methodology” in Savchenko Trial
    Mar25

    Russian Prosecution Cites “Bellingcat Methodology” in Savchenko Trial

    As part of the case against the Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko, the Russian prosecution used the methods previously utilized by Bellingcat in proving that the Russian military, from its own territory, carried out artillery attacks against Ukrainian army positions. These methods were included in the expert testimony of Aleksandr Bobkov, the Head...

    Slovyansk Recovers from Russian Occupation
    Mar25

    Slovyansk Recovers from Russian Occupation

    The fast train travels the nearly 700 kilometers from Kyiv to Slovyansk in just under six hours. It stops a few times before arriving at the train station in the suburbs of Slovyansk, the small city of 125,000 that Moscow’s agents seized and held for nearly three months shortly after its hybrid war in Ukraine’s east began in early...

    Two Years After Annexation, Crimeans Wait On Russia’s Unfulfilled Promises
    Mar25

    Two Years After Annexation, Crimeans Wait On Russia’s Unfulfilled Promises

    In the run-up to the March 16, 2014, referendum in Crimea — which has not been recognized as legitimate by the international community — Moscow and pro-Russian figures on the peninsula promised locals a glittering and prosperous future. The promises remained unkept …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

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