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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    When Trump Met Putin: Is Reconciliation in the Air?
    Jul11

    When Trump Met Putin: Is Reconciliation in the Air?

    Doug Bandow The long awaited meeting between America’s and Russia’s presidents finally occurred at the G-20 summit. They got along great, said Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, connecting “very quickly,” and talked for more than two hours. Even First Lady Melania Trump couldn’t drag her husband away after the first hour. It...

    One Last Purge: The Doctors’ Plot
    Jul11

    One Last Purge: The Doctors’ Plot

    In 1948, Stalin received a letter from a doctor which alleged that Andrei Zhdanov, a powerful Politburo member, had been incorrectly treated in the hospital before his recent death. Stalin read the letter and marked it “into the archive,” where it stayed for nearly four years, before the MGB—the predecessor of the KGB—“discovered” it, and...

    Pledging reforms by 2020, Ukraine seeks route into NATO
    Jul11

    Pledging reforms by 2020, Ukraine seeks route into NATO

    Ukraine will begin discussions with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization on an action plan to get it into the US-led alliance, its leader said on Monday, while the country would work on reforms to meet membership standards by 2020. …read more Source:...

    Siemens turbines cause whirlwinds in Crimea
    Jul11

    Siemens turbines cause whirlwinds in Crimea

    A firm part-owned by German firm Siemens was preparing to install electricity turbines in Crimea despite prohibitive EU sanctions. The issue was brought to the attention of Brussels and Siemens on Monday (10 July). …read more Source:...

    Ukraine: From targeting anti-corruption NGOs to “a witch hunt on all civic activists”?
    Jul11

    Ukraine: From targeting anti-corruption NGOs to “a witch hunt on all civic activists”?

    While President Poroshenko’s planned cancellation of the requirement for anti-corruption NGOs to fill out e-declarations has been welcomed, alarm has been expressed at proposed amendments to the Tax Code, These would affect all NGOs receiving foreign or state funding, but not supposedly non-profit-making organizations created by political...

    OSCE PA adopts resolution defending Ukraine’s territorial integrity and condemning Russia’s hybrid warfare
    Jul11

    OSCE PA adopts resolution defending Ukraine’s territorial integrity and condemning Russia’s hybrid warfare

    In a document adopted at its annual meeting in Minsk, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe has urged the Russian Federation to free all Ukrainian political prisoners and to stop sponsoring terrorist activities in Ukraine by sending militants, money and weapons across the uncontrolled section of the...

    Oleksandr Kolchenko: 10 years for opposing Russia’s invasion of Crimea
    Jul11

    Oleksandr Kolchenko: 10 years for opposing Russia’s invasion of Crimea

    Oleksandr Kolchenko is one of 44 people illegally held prisoner in Russia or Russian-occupied Crimea. He and Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov need our letters of support, and our advocacy with politicians and the media to ensure international pressure on Russia to release them. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Tillerson: Russia Sanctions Will Remain until Ukraine’s Sovereignty is Restored
    Jul10

    Tillerson: Russia Sanctions Will Remain until Ukraine’s Sovereignty is Restored

    United States. PRESS CONFERENCE. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Alumni Leadership Action Project Awards
    Jul10

    Alumni Leadership Action Project Awards

    GMF is delighted to share with you the results of three Alumni Leadership Action Project awards, of which one is also the recipient of the inaugural Marshall Prize that was awarded during the Triennial Transatlantic Leadership Retreat in Saint Vincent, Italy in April of this year. We4 Europe – Women for a Positive Future for the EU The We4Europe...

    What Ukraine should do before offering the new plan for a deoccupation of Donbass
    Jul10

    What Ukraine should do before offering the new plan for a deoccupation of Donbass

    Armed conflict on Donbass has left the mark on everyday life of local population. Far back in 2014 when there was active fighting, a considerable part of local population left the dwellings and moved to quieter places. In the autumn of 2014 after the first Minsk agreements, the line of demarcation “was fixed” according to the...

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