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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    The Putin challenge
    Jan13

    The Putin challenge

    This book review will appear in the print edition of The Weekly Standard on January 18, 2016. Access the original post here.During his traditional year-end press conference in Moscow, Vladimir Putin delighted in toying with America’s political process by touting Donald Trump as the leading candidate for the Republican presidential...

    Turkey Holds Three Russians in Wake of Istanbul Terror Bombing
    Jan13

    Turkey Holds Three Russians in Wake of Istanbul Terror Bombing

    Turkish authorities say dozens of Islamic State supports planned further attacks in Ankara and near the Syrian border. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The cyberattack on Ukraine’s power grid is a warning of what’s to come
    Jan13

    The cyberattack on Ukraine’s power grid is a warning of what’s to come

    Steag/VGB Power Tech GmbH, CC BY-SAWhen more than 100,000 people in and around the Ukrainian city of Ivano-Frankivsk were left without power for six hours, the Ukrainian energy ministry accused Russia of launching a cyberattack on the country’s national energy grid. Now reports released by security researchers from the SANS Industrial...

    Ukraine: The Good, The Bad, and The Irreversible
    Jan13

    Ukraine: The Good, The Bad, and The Irreversible

    For outside observers and pundits alike, interpreting the myriad of recent Ukraine-related headlines might be a difficult if not impossible task. To an optimist, healthy debate represents the growing pains of a budding democracy. To a pessimist, this is chaos and a relapse into the old habits. As with most things in life, the truth […]...

    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...

    Explainer: why everyone is giving Poland a hard time
    Jan13

    Explainer: why everyone is giving Poland a hard time

    A protest flag depicts Jarosław Kaczyński as Poland’s puppet master. Reuters/Kacper PempelSince coming into power at the end of October 2015, Poland’s new, right-wing government has caused a stir at home and drawn international criticism. Hardly a day passes at the moment without EU officials or European leaders questioning decisions...

    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...

    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...

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