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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Ukraine in 2016: good news and bad news
    Jan13

    Ukraine in 2016: good news and bad news

    The international environment in 2016 is opportune for Ukraine again, as in 1991, to break free from Russia’s clutches. Growing disenchantment is deepened by Ukrainians being asked to tighten their belts over unpopular economic, social and fiscal reforms, while popular reforms against the corruption of high-level officials and oligarchs are...

    Ukraine’s national bank makes the Federal Reserve seem saintly
    Jan13

    Ukraine’s national bank makes the Federal Reserve seem saintly

    Ukraine’s economic and political challenges do not explain or justify the actions by the National Bank of Ukraine that are actually exacerbating rather than alleviating the country’s problems. The Hill: Ukraine’s national bank makes the Federal Reserve seem saintly …read more Source: The American Center for a European...

    Putin names condition for Ukraine’s retaking its eastern borders
    Jan13

    Putin names condition for Ukraine’s retaking its eastern borders

    Russian President Vladimir Putin says that Ukraine will be able to retake its eastern border with Russia only after constitutional reform has been introduced. Unian: Putin names condition for Ukraine’s retaking its eastern borders …read more Source: The American Center for a European...

    The history of Ukraine — from Herodotus to Hitler
    Jan13

    The history of Ukraine — from Herodotus to Hitler

    This is an excellent piece explaining how Ukraine came about. Spectator: The history of Ukraine — from Herodotus to Hitler …read more Source: The American Center for a European...

    Inside The Trauma Centers Treating Ukraine’s Veterans
    Jan13

    Inside The Trauma Centers Treating Ukraine’s Veterans

    Since the onset of the war in eastern Ukraine in 2014, some 9,000 soldiers have died and at least 20,000 have been injured. Huffington Post: Inside The Trauma Centers Treating Ukraine’s Veterans …read more Source: The American Center for a European...

    Russia’s 2015 National Security Strategy
    Jan13

    Russia’s 2015 National Security Strategy

    Russia’s new National Security Strategy (NSS), signed into law by President Vladimir Putin on December 31, 2015, marks the culmination of a long process in deteriorating relations between Moscow and Washington and in how the Russian security elite perceives the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The security document itself must be...

    Can Turkey’s economy survive terrorism?
    Jan12

    Can Turkey’s economy survive terrorism?

    The terrorist bombing today in the center of Istanbul’s tourist district — coming three months after twin suicide bombings at a peace rally in the capital of Ankara — is the new normal for Turkey. Just as Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, and Syria experienced after they had sponsored and supported Islamist extremists conducting terrorism abroad,...

    Ukraine Should Do More to Combat Human Trafficking
    Jan12

    Ukraine Should Do More to Combat Human Trafficking

    Ukraine remains one of Europe’s most notorious sources of human trafficking. Since 1991, over 160,000 men, women, and children have been exploited for labor, sex, forced begging, and organ removal, according to a mid-2015 report from the International Organization for Migration (IOM).Ukraine’s Ministry of Social Policy, with...

    For Capital-Starved Ukraine, Fresh IPOs Remain Distant Aim
    Jan12

    For Capital-Starved Ukraine, Fresh IPOs Remain Distant Aim

    January 12, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Russian Outlook Among World’s Worst in 2016 – Bloomberg Survey
    Jan12

    Russian Outlook Among World’s Worst in 2016 – Bloomberg Survey

    Only Greece, Brazil and Venezuela face a worse year than Russia, an analysis of the efficiency of 93 economies shows. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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