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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Reforms Will Succeed, But They Alone Won’t Save Ukraine
    Sep09

    Reforms Will Succeed, But They Alone Won’t Save Ukraine

    Will Ukraine make it? Conditions necessary for Ukraine’s current reform drive to succeed look more promising than they did in 2013. Not only does Ukraine now have its most pro-European parliament and reform-oriented government since independence in 1991; it’s also seen at least four other significant shifts in domestic politics that,...

    Russia from Ukraine to Syria: Helping the Cat Down the Tree
    Sep09

    Russia from Ukraine to Syria: Helping the Cat Down the Tree

    Russia’s military involvement in Syria and Ukraine obligates the United States and its European allies to bring the Kremlin back to Earth and recognize that such adventures cannot be sustained indefinitely. Russia simply does not have the money and human resources to do so in view of low oil prices and birth rates. It will find itself...

    Kremlin Uses Minsk Protocol to Undermine Ukraine Government
    Sep09

    Kremlin Uses Minsk Protocol to Undermine Ukraine Government

    In peacetime, September 1 is an eventful day for Ukrainian children—it marks the first day of school. But the war in Ukraine’s eastern Donbas region, now in its second year, has put a dark stain on this usually festive occasion. This year, Ukrainian kids in Kyiv started school following violent protests outside Parliament. On August 31, a...

    Refugee Crisis: Are those most responsible the least affected?
    Sep09

    Refugee Crisis: Are those most responsible the least affected?

    The tragic photo of the Syrian little boy washed ashore in the Mediterranean has truly shocked the world. So are the video clips of mass of asylum seekers and immigrants from the Middle East and Africa in Budapest central train station, and young people cutting through barbed wires, barriers and walls that have been erected to keep them away from...

    UN: At Least 7,962 People Killed In Ukraine Conflict
    Sep08

    UN: At Least 7,962 People Killed In Ukraine Conflict

    September 8, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    ICC Gets Wider Scope to Probe Possible War Crimes in Ukraine
    Sep08

    ICC Gets Wider Scope to Probe Possible War Crimes in Ukraine

    September 8, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Aid Promised for Sanctions-Hit EU Farmers
    Sep08

    Aid Promised for Sanctions-Hit EU Farmers

    Despite loss of Russian market, overall European food exports are rising. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Moldovans Demand Change
    Sep07

    Moldovans Demand Change

    Plus, U.S. stealth fighters visit NATO allies and Croatia’s foreign minister sets sights on top UN job. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Putin Brings No Bacon Home From Beijing
    Sep07

    Putin Brings No Bacon Home From Beijing

    China’s economic woes put dampers on bilateral business dealings. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Why Park Geun Hye attended China’s World War Two military parade
    Sep07

    Why Park Geun Hye attended China’s World War Two military parade

    Last week, South Korean President Park Geun Hye attended the military parade for China’s 70th anniversary commemoration of the end of World War Two. Officially billed as a celebration of fascism’s defeat, it looked like anything but. More than one analyst noted the obvious incongruence of observing fascism’s end with a giant...

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