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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Reforming Ukraine’s Energy Sector: Critical Unfinished Business
    Feb10

    Reforming Ukraine’s Energy Sector: Critical Unfinished Business

    Transforming Ukraine’s energy sector is essential to strengthening the country’s economic and national security. Despite intensified efforts and some recent progress, the outlook is troubled. …read more Source: Carnegie...

    Armed Conflict in 2017 Part Four: 2018 Forecasts for Syria and International Terrorism
    Feb10

    Armed Conflict in 2017 Part Four: 2018 Forecasts for Syria and International Terrorism

    This week, the final part of the 2017 review looks at what 2018 holds for Syria and ISIS and global terrorism. As with the Rohingya Crisis and Ukraine, which were covered last week, these are brief overviews of what are complex situations extrapolating from the blogs throughout 2017 and making short term forecasts. Included below are links for...

    Calls to declare Crimean political prisoner Volodymyr Balukh a Hero of Ukraine
    Feb10

    Calls to declare Crimean political prisoner Volodymyr Balukh a Hero of Ukraine

    It is people like Volodymyr Balukh, spending his second birthday in prison for his unwavering loyalty to Ukraine that give the lie to Russian propaganda about Crimea and give hope that it will return under Ukraine’s control. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Ukraine reintegration bill Donbas deadlock
    Feb10

    Ukraine reintegration bill Donbas deadlock

    Russia says the bill amounts to preparation for war. But it might clear a path for meaningful negotiations. …read more Source: International Institute for Strategic...

    Enemies of the United Nations, from Stalin to Putin
    Feb10

    Enemies of the United Nations, from Stalin to Putin

    In the aftermath of the Second World War, vast swathes of Europe and Asia lay devastated. Some seventy million people – soldiers and civilians – had died in the conflict. Twenty seven million of the dead had been Soviet citizens, mostly killed in the war against Nazi Germany. American, British, and French policymakers, seeking to build a stable...

    How the European Union Became Divided on Russia
    Jan31

    How the European Union Became Divided on Russia

    Originally produced on Jan. 22, 2018 for Mauldin Economics, LLC By Xander Snyder Last week, the prime ministers of Hungary and Bulgaria criticized EU policy toward Russia for being too harsh. The European Union imposed sanctions against Russia in response to Moscow’s intervention in Ukraine, but Hungary and Bulgaria are concerned that the...

    US Allies Should Back President Trump
    Jan31

    US Allies Should Back President Trump

    Donald Trump, photo by Gage Skidmore via Flickr CCBESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 726, January 28, 2018 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Donald J. Trump is facing unprecedented criticism one year into his term as president of the world’s greatest power. The allies of the US can assist him by making clear how much he has advanced American foreign...

    The Castle Shakes, But Doesn’t Move
    Jan31

    The Castle Shakes, But Doesn’t Move

    Over the past few weeks, the Czech Republic got their chance at hearing how the EU institutions can help or harm them with future plans of integration, issues relating to immigration and several spurious stories surrounding the Pro-EU candidate Jiří Drahoš. While the fake news did most likely have some impact, Drahoš was an inexperienced...

    Head of EBRD Discusses Reform With Ukraine President
    Jan31

    Head of EBRD Discusses Reform With Ukraine President

    Reforms, independent anti-corruption institutions, tax changes: these are just a few things that the new government in Ukraine is undertaking to improve the climate for potential investors. Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko is confident his country will significantly improve its World Bank Doing Business ranking very soon. “We are ranked...

    Yes, Ukraine’s Oligarchs Own the Airwaves, but Their Days Are Numbered
    Jan31

    Yes, Ukraine’s Oligarchs Own the Airwaves, but Their Days Are Numbered

    Oligarchs own the airwaves in Ukraine. More than 75 percent of Ukrainians regularly watch TV channels owned by Ukrainian oligarchs Viktor Pinchuk, Ihor Kolomoisky, Dmytro Firtash, and Rinat Akhmetov. But this is hardly news since TV serves as the primary source of information for 58 percent of Ukrainians. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human...

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