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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Ukraine’s Government Bans Criticism “To Restore Public Trust”
    Mar02

    Ukraine’s Government Bans Criticism “To Restore Public Trust”

    Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers has come up with a solution for fighting all the ills like corruption and lack of reform that are seriously damaging the country’s reputation. They have issued a resolution which demands that civil servants, and even the heads of state enterprises refrain from publicly criticizing the authorities and...

    Uzbekistan Achieves Railroad Independence
    Mar02

    Uzbekistan Achieves Railroad Independence

    Twenty-five years after gaining its political independence, Uzbekistan has become “railway independent,” with its residents now able to travel between one part of their Central Asian republic to another, by rail, without crossing into another country—in this case, Tajikistan. On April 15, a new 123.1-kilometer line, including a 19.1-kilometer...

    Russia’s Application of Military Power in Syria
    Mar02

    Russia’s Application of Military Power in Syria

    Moscow’s use of military power in Syria differs from its pursuit of warfare in Georgia in August 2008, or more recently in Ukraine. This appears to be confirmed by a comparison of the force sizes deployed in Georgia and Syria, as well as the use versus avoidance of ground forces in the two conflicts. Commentaries by Russian military...

    Russia’s Military: On the Rise?
    Mar01

    Russia’s Military: On the Rise?

    After the 2008 war with Georgia, Russia started its most radical and comprehensive military reform in several decades. It is aimed at transforming the outdated mass mobilization army into combat-ready armed forces that are able to pursue a broader set of functions — from nuclear and non-nuclear deterrence to conventional warfare in local and...

    Ukraine: Fantastically Corrupt
    Mar01

    Ukraine: Fantastically Corrupt

    Ukraine is again failing to break away from its corrupt, oligarchic post-communist transition. The high hopes for reducing corruption after the Euromaidan revolution have faded, and the country is looking for new leadership in an unlikely place: Georgia. RealTime post by Simeon Djankov. …read more Source: Peterson Institute for...

    Supporting Ukraine between crisis and transformation – Ukraine Week in the European Parliament
    Mar01

    Supporting Ukraine between crisis and transformation – Ukraine Week in the European Parliament

    Written by Naja Bentzen, © peteri / Fotolia When Ukraine’s then President Viktor Yanukovich caved in to Russian pressure and refused to sign the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement in 2013, he triggered the ‘revolution of dignity’, that paved the way for his own ousting on 22 February 2014 and sparked hope for a European future. Today —...

    IWP Expert Spoke at the “Ukraine – Two Years after Maidan” Conference in Budapest
    Mar01

    IWP Expert Spoke at the “Ukraine – Two Years after Maidan” Conference in Budapest

    IWP expert, Ivan Medynskyi, participated in the panel discussion entitled “Ukraine – Two Years after Maidan” at Corvinus University (Budapest, Hungary). …read more Source: Institute of World...

    IWP to Organize Study Visit of EU Thought Leaders to Ukraine
    Mar01

    IWP to Organize Study Visit of EU Thought Leaders to Ukraine

    The Institute of World Policy will organize the study visit of the 25 thought leaders from key EU member states on March 1-2, 2016. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    Issue of Ukraine in the U.S. Presidential Race: Positions of Main Candidates
    Mar01

    Issue of Ukraine in the U.S. Presidential Race: Positions of Main Candidates

    Article by Ivan Medynskyi, IWP research fellow …read more Source: Institute of World...

    European Parliament Vows its Support for Ukraine
    Mar01

    European Parliament Vows its Support for Ukraine

    PRESS RELEASE. Belgium. …read more Source: World Affairs...

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