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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Ukraine’s shame if vital Crimean Tatar TV channel ATR now closes
    Mar01

    Ukraine’s shame if vital Crimean Tatar TV channel ATR now closes

    It is almost a year since Russia tried to silence the unique Crimean Tatar television channel ATR, forcing it to close in Russian-occupied Crimea. Relaunched in Kyiv, the channel is now again in danger and, gallingly, this time it is inaction from the Ukrainian government which is jeopardizing the channel’s existence …read more...

    Belarus Prepares to Adopt New Military Doctrine
    Mar01

    Belarus Prepares to Adopt New Military Doctrine

    In recent months, military affairs have featured high on the political and media agendas in Belarus. The House of Representatives of the National Assembly (the parliament’s lower chamber) is soon expected to consider and pass a new updated version of the country’s military doctrine. The current one has stayed unchanged since 2002. On...

    A Lost Year for Russia
    Mar01

    A Lost Year for Russia

    It is the dubious ceasefire in Syria that keeps Russia in the focus of global media attention these days, as if the outcome of this catastrophic civil war actually depends upon Russian bombs falling here or there. President Vladimir Putin has not committed to anything binding because he has always claimed that only the Islamic State and other...

    The Real Fight for Ukraine’s Future
    Feb29

    The Real Fight for Ukraine’s Future

    As rain clouds sweep in from the west on a winter morning, the Ukrainian Black Sea town of Mykolayiv does not present the most welcoming picture. Up to three feet of standing water obscure the city’s main intersections, where stray dogs and homeless people rush to traverse four lanes of traffic before the next taxi driver hydroplanes...

    Poroshenko Orders Ukrainian Military Focus on Crimea, Black Sea
    Feb29

    Poroshenko Orders Ukrainian Military Focus on Crimea, Black Sea

    February 29, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Early Elections in Ukraine Aren’t So Scary. Here’s Why
    Feb29

    Early Elections in Ukraine Aren’t So Scary. Here’s Why

    The dominant view in Washington is that Ukraine must avoid early parliamentary elections. Many Ukrainians, however, see them as inevitable and ultimately they decide. Therefore, we need to discuss not if early parliamentary elections should be held, but instead how and when.Both the United States and the European Union reckon that Ukraine needs...

    Thousands March to Honor Slain Kremlin Critic Boris Nemtsov
    Feb29

    Thousands March to Honor Slain Kremlin Critic Boris Nemtsov

    On anniversary of opposition figure’s murder, Muscovites take to streets with banners saying ‘Heroes never die’, ‘Russia will be free!’. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The Rule of Law in Contemporary Ukraine
    Feb29

    The Rule of Law in Contemporary Ukraine

    Ukraine’s Euromaidan protest movement, which brought about the fall of President Yanukovych in 2014, has led to a comprehensive process of reforms. However, this process is being hampered and delayed by a large number of internal and external hurdles. There are particularly significant obstacles to establishing a state governed by the rule...

    The corruption that fueled Ukraine’s 2014 revolution won’t go away
    Feb29

    The corruption that fueled Ukraine’s 2014 revolution won’t go away

    After two years of a pro-Western, pro-reform government, corruption is once again fueling political crisis in Kiev. At stake are billions of dollars, much of it siphoned from state-owned enterprises, and interests that allegedly extend to Ukraine’s leadership, including business circles close to both President Petro Poroshenko and Prime...

    How Moscow Is Subverting Ukraine’s Bid for Freedom
    Feb29

    How Moscow Is Subverting Ukraine’s Bid for Freedom

    Rather than separating the government from the oligarch class, or demolishing the old state apparatus, the top priority was to ensure that everyone — no matter how unsavory — would stay in the fight against the Russians. FP: How Moscow Is Subverting Ukraine’s Bid for Freedom …read more Source: The American Center for a European...

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