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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Ukrainians Mark Maidan, Nationalists Ransack Russian Banks
    Feb22

    Ukrainians Mark Maidan, Nationalists Ransack Russian Banks

    Thousands attend ceremonies on second anniversary of deadliest day of protests against former pro-Russian government, mark martyrdom of slain ‘heavenly hundred.’ …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Late Russian Anti-Doping Chief Planned to Expose Cheating
    Feb22

    Late Russian Anti-Doping Chief Planned to Expose Cheating

    Nikita Kamayev had contacted a British newspaper offering to reveal the full extent of illegal performance-enhancing drugs in Russian sport. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    How Cities You’ve Never Heard of will Shape the Future
    Feb22

    How Cities You’ve Never Heard of will Shape the Future

    The world is urbanizing at breakneck speed. But not all regions are moving at the same speed. Most population growth today and tomorrow will occur in the sprawling cities and slums of Africa and Asia. Just three countries — China, India and Nigeria — will account for 40 percent of global growth over the next decade. Meanwhile, many cities in...

    The Self-Government Body of the Crimean Tatar People must not be banned
    Feb22

    The Self-Government Body of the Crimean Tatar People must not be banned

    Russia’s attempt to ban the Mejlis amounts to the ethnic, cultural and political discrimination of the Crimean Tatar people. Please endorse this protest by human rights groups …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Russian convicted of ’inciting enmity’ for criticizing Putin’s war against Ukraine
    Feb22

    Russian convicted of ’inciting enmity’ for criticizing Putin’s war against Ukraine

    A court in Yekaterinburg has found 46-year-old Yekaterina Vologzheninova guilty of ‘inciting ethnic enmity’ for reposting or ‘liking’ material on social networks critical of Russia’s annexation of Crimea and war in Donbas. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    In Syria there are about 12.000 Russian soldiers who participated in the genocide of the Syrian people.
    Feb21

    In Syria there are about 12.000 Russian soldiers who participated in the genocide of the Syrian people.

    Gen. Ahmed Rahal: in Syria there are about 12,000 Russian soldiers who participated in the genocide of the Syrian people 02/21/2016 Gen. Ahmed Rahal – former senior Syrian officer, a former deputy defense minister of Syria, and the commander of the fleet. In 2012, he publicly refused to perform criminal orders of the regime of Bashar al-Assad and...

    Remembering 20 February 2014
    Feb20

    Remembering 20 February 2014

    On this day I first understood that you can have no fear. None at all. When there is something that is much more important than your fear, inability, illness, tiredness. When next to you young men, only a little older than your granddaughter, are bleeding. When they die in your arms and you don’t even howl from impotence, but do what is...

    Syria – an arena of confrontation of the great powers, which killed only Syrians.
    Feb20

    Syria – an arena of confrontation of the great powers, which killed only Syrians.

    RUSSIAN ANALYSIS OF WESTERN PRESS _________________________________ February 19, 2016 Syria’s territory became a place of conflict, which confront each other great powers and countries in the region. All take their own hands the warring among themselves Syrians. Not surprisingly, the agreement reached in Munich, collapsed before its start,...

    Security Regime on Latvia’s Eastern Border Needs Substantial Investment
    Feb20

    Security Regime on Latvia’s Eastern Border Needs Substantial Investment

    Different time zones and long geographical distance separate Latvia from the southern borders of the European Union, which, since last year, has been absorbing an unprecedented influx of thousands of displaced persons escaping war and poverty in Syria and the wider Middle East or looking for a better life in the richest European countries....

    Surkov and Gryzlov: Russia’s New Negotiators on Ukraine (Part One)
    Feb20

    Surkov and Gryzlov: Russia’s New Negotiators on Ukraine (Part One)

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has recently appointed Vladislav Surkov and Boris Gryzlov to negotiate—in two separate formats—an outcome to Russia’s war in Ukraine’s east (Censor.net.ua, January 15, 2016; TASS, December 26, 2015). Surkov and Gryzlov have long-standing personal ties to Putin and will report to him on their new...

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