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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Tusk: All member states and EU institutions must show readiness for compromise in UK renegotiation
    Dec08

    Tusk: All member states and EU institutions must show readiness for compromise in UK renegotiation

    Tusk: All member states and EU institutions must show readiness for compromise in UK renegotiationEuropean Council President Donald Tusk yesterday wrote to EU leaders in response to Prime Minister David Cameron’s formal presentation of his EU renegotiation demands last month. In terms of specific reform objectives, Tusk wrote that the EU is...

    US-Soviet Relations on ‘Hair-Trigger’ Alert in 1983
    Dec08

    US-Soviet Relations on ‘Hair-Trigger’ Alert in 1983

    Britain wants to bar the release of papers showing a close call between the Cold War superpowers. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Moscow’s Battle against Time
    Dec08

    Moscow’s Battle against Time

    By Mykola Kapitonenko Among many other things Russia is trying to achieve in Ukraine, it is desperately struggling to turn back time. Preferably to the good old days when supplies of natural gas to its neighbors energy inefficient economies were successfully converted into political control, or – even better – when military dominance secured...

    Hard Choice for Kazakhstan as Russia-Turkey Spat Deepens
    Dec07

    Hard Choice for Kazakhstan as Russia-Turkey Spat Deepens

    On November 28, Russian President Vladimir Putin declared economic sanctions against Turkey. Four days earlier, the latter had downed a Russian Su-24 fighter jet near the border with Syria after it illegally entered Turkish airspace, according to both Ankara and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The sanctions package prohibits the...

    Moscow’s Economic Sanctions Against Turkey Will Have Negative Impact on North Caucasus
    Dec07

    Moscow’s Economic Sanctions Against Turkey Will Have Negative Impact on North Caucasus

    Moscow’s reaction to the downing of a Russian military jet over Turkey has been unusually harsh. In his address to the Russian parliament on December 3, President Vladimir Putin continued his diatribe against Turkey’s leadership. “If anybody thinks that after having committed a cowardly military crime—killing our people—they will get...

    EU: Pledges Aid to Ukraine to Support Decentralization Reforms
    Dec07

    EU: Pledges Aid to Ukraine to Support Decentralization Reforms

    EU. PRESS RELEASE. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    US Announces New $190 Million Aid for Ukraine
    Dec07

    US Announces New $190 Million Aid for Ukraine

    Kyiv Post. Ukraine. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Ukraine Reform Monitor: December 2015
    Dec07

    Ukraine Reform Monitor: December 2015

    Ukraine held local elections and made modest reform progress, while the economy improved slowly. But there are renewed concerns about the ceasefire in the east. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Take It to the Next Level: Create a Biden-Poroshenko Commission
    Dec07

    Take It to the Next Level: Create a Biden-Poroshenko Commission

    Ukraine has made great strides in the last two years. The democratic and pro-Western Ukrainian leaders that gained power in February 2014 have returned democracy to Ukraine and have conducted three free and fair elections at all levels of power. The Ukrainian nation has come together and successfully defended itself against Russian aggression....

    Memo to our next president
    Dec07

    Memo to our next president

    Dear Mr./Madam President:It is January 2017: You have before you a critical opportunity — and an imperative — to renew America’s leadership role in world affairs. History has shown that when the president makes a case to the American people, they listen. You will hear that now is a moment of unprecedented division and partisan anger. You...

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