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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Who Should Move First on Minsk?
    Mar07

    Who Should Move First on Minsk?

    March 4, 2016 In each installment of “CGI Asks,” a selection of experts respond to a question about developments related to Russia and the broader region. Western leaders met in Paris last week to review progress on the Minsk accords amid growing concern over Moscow and Kyiv’s unwillingness to implement their sides of the agreement. We...

    Mother of Hunger-Striking Pilot Calls for Justice
    Mar07

    Mother of Hunger-Striking Pilot Calls for Justice

    Editor’s Note: Ukrainian fighter pilot Nadiya Savchenko started a “dry” hunger strike on March 3 after Russian prosecutors requested a 23-year sentence for Savchenko. In 2014, Savchenko was captured by the pro-Russian separatists in the Donbas, transferred to Russia, where she was accused of involvement in the death of two Russian...

    Why Russia and Ukraine Won’t Implement the Minsk Agreement
    Mar07

    Why Russia and Ukraine Won’t Implement the Minsk Agreement

    Ukrainian politics made it hard to decentralize, while Russia won’t allow Ukraine to move West. March 7, 2016 By Joshua Cohen Ukraine already took the first step in implement the Minsk agreement, as last March Kyiv passed the law mandated by Clause 4 of the accord, “On Temporary Order of Local Self-Governance in Particular Districts of...

    Moldova to Elect Presidents by Popular Vote, Court Rules
    Mar07

    Moldova to Elect Presidents by Popular Vote, Court Rules

    Constitutional Court ruling that the next president must be elected by a national vote seen as unlikely to placate protesters. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Mustafa Dzhemiliev: Russian repression more insidious & vile than in Soviet times
    Mar07

    Mustafa Dzhemiliev: Russian repression more insidious & vile than in Soviet times

    If Russia declares the Crimean Tatar Mejlis, or representative body of the indigenous people of Crimea ‘extremist’, around 2,300 members of Crimean Tatar self-government structures could be in immediate danger. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Playing with fear and ignorance
    Mar07

    Playing with fear and ignorance

    Further important insight on the worrying referendum in the Netherlands on the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Russian spetsnaz officer exposed fighting in Donbas demands YouTube remove the ’confidential’ evidence
    Mar07

    Russian spetsnaz officer exposed fighting in Donbas demands YouTube remove the ’confidential’ evidence

    Can apparent evidence of Russian war crimes in Donbas be protected as ‘confidential’ material? The InformNapalm project, which probes Russia’s undeclared war against Ukraine, believes not, and has responded accordingly to the demand from YouTube to remove a particular video. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    After Ukraine, Kazakhstan Wary of Ethnic Russians Broaching Autonomy
    Mar05

    After Ukraine, Kazakhstan Wary of Ethnic Russians Broaching Autonomy

    There is no separatist rebellion in northern Kazakhstan, but the ethnic Russians, who make up more than a fifth of the country’s 18 million population, are feeling increasingly insecure and some sympathize with the separatists in Ukraine. VOA: After Ukraine, Kazakhstan Wary of Ethnic Russians Broaching Autonomy …read more Source: The...

    UKRAINE TO STAY OUT OF EU AND NATO FOR 20 YEARS, SAYS JEAN-CLAUDE JUNCKER
    Mar05

    UKRAINE TO STAY OUT OF EU AND NATO FOR 20 YEARS, SAYS JEAN-CLAUDE JUNCKER

    European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has dashed Ukraine’s hopes of joining the EU and NATO anytime soon, estimating that it will take at least two decades before the former Soviet state is a member of either. Newsweek: UKRAINE TO STAY OUT OF EU AND NATO FOR 20 YEARS, SAYS JEAN-CLAUDE JUNCKER …read more Source: The...

    Pentagon: Despite Minsk II, More Than 400 Ukraine Troops Killed
    Mar05

    Pentagon: Despite Minsk II, More Than 400 Ukraine Troops Killed

    More than 400 Ukrainian troops have died in fighting since the Minsk II cease-fire agreement was adopted one year ago, with Russia playing a major role in the violence. VOA: Pentagon: Despite Minsk II, More Than 400 Ukraine Troops Killed …read more Source: The American Center for a European...

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