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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Why non-recognition matters in Crimea
    Mar18

    Why non-recognition matters in Crimea

    Europe will need to be in for the long-haul on non-recognition of Russia’s annexation …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

    Crimea: No Stability under Occupation
    Mar18

    Crimea: No Stability under Occupation

    Two years on from annexation, Russia’s control of Crimea remains fraught with the difficulties …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

    Examining Argentina’s New Foreign Policy under Macri
    Mar18

    Examining Argentina’s New Foreign Policy under Macri

    Is Argentina’s new president bringing Buenos Aires in from the cold?Argentina’s isolation from global financial markets appeared to be total and long-lasting. Now the country is on the verge of ending its isolation: the injunctions preventing it from borrowing on international markets are set to be lifted (provided the Argentine...

    Putin can’t last forever. Will a post-Putin Russia look like Syria today?
    Mar18

    Putin can’t last forever. Will a post-Putin Russia look like Syria today?

    By Maria Snegovaya March 16 Russian politicians often suggest that a post-Putin future would look like Syria’s: a bloody civil war. During his address to the United Nations in 2015, for example, Putin suggested that the export of so-called democratic revolutions in the Middle East and North Africa led to violence, poverty and social...

    Going the Distance, Together: Transatlantic Leadership Amid Crisis on the Home Front
    Mar18

    Going the Distance, Together: Transatlantic Leadership Amid Crisis on the Home Front

    This is part of a series from our Young Professionals Summit, a side event of Brussels Forum. During the inaugural session of the GMF Young Professionals Summit, European and North American leaders challenged young Altanticists to consider the causes and effects of overlapping crises spanning the two continents. Europe and North America face...

    Poroshenko vows to end political crisis, wins promise of visa-free travel
    Mar18

    Poroshenko vows to end political crisis, wins promise of visa-free travel

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko tried to reassure the EU on Thursday (17 March) that his country would soon overcome a political crisis that has rattled Western lenders, and he won support for Kyiv’s cherished goal of visa-free travel in Europe for its citizens. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Lists Individuals It Wants EU To Blacklist Over Savchenko Trial
    Mar18

    Ukraine Lists Individuals It Wants EU To Blacklist Over Savchenko Trial

    Ukraine has identified nearly 50 people it considers responsible for the “illegal detention and falsified trial” of Ukrainian military pilot Nadiya Savchenko and has urged the European Union to impose sanctions against them. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Russia to criminalize Crimean Tatar Mejlis for refusal to collaborate
    Mar18

    Russia to criminalize Crimean Tatar Mejlis for refusal to collaborate

    The Mejlis, or representative assembly of the Crimean Tatar people is likely to be criminalized on the basis of unwarranted warnings about supposed ‘extremism’ or criminal charges brought for opposing Russian occupation of Crimea. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Russia’s Conflict Against Ukraine and the West: The Religious Dimension
    Mar17

    Russia’s Conflict Against Ukraine and the West: The Religious Dimension

    The conflict Russia is waging against Ukraine has, from the very beginning, had many different dimensions. Currently, it is increasingly assuming the narrative and form of an existential conflict between two antagonistic civilizations with competing ideologies, cultures and religions. The February 12 meeting in Havana, between the Roman Pontiff,...

    Ten Reasons Why Putin Wins Big In Syria While The U.S. Gets Nothing
    Mar17

    Ten Reasons Why Putin Wins Big In Syria While The U.S. Gets Nothing

    Image credit: Sean Gallup, Getty Images NewsAnalysis and Commentaryvia ForbesVladimir Putin’s announcement that he is pulling the main part of his armed forces out of Syria caught the world flat-footed. Putin’s word is not to be highly valued given his claims of no troops in Ukraine. …read more Source: Hoover...

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