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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Thousands Demonstrate in Moldova
    Jan21

    Thousands Demonstrate in Moldova

    Demonstrators on Wednesday stormed the country’s parliament after it approved a new pro-European government. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Al Qaeda and ISIS: Existential threats to the US and Europe
    Jan21

    Al Qaeda and ISIS: Existential threats to the US and Europe

    Why the need for this series?The Institute for the Study of War (ISW) and the Critical Threats Project (CTP) at the American Enterprise Institute conducted an intensive multi-week exercise to frame, design, and evaluate potential courses of action that the United States could pursue to defeat the threat from the Islamic State in Iraq and al Sham...

    Court arrested Kurchenko’s shares worth 2 billion
    Jan21

    Court arrested Kurchenko’s shares worth 2 billion

    Kyiv Pechersk court arrested 80% of stakes in Brokbusinessbank in the frame of the investigation of frauds committed by businessman Sergei Kurchenko. This was announced in nine definitions of Kyiv Pechersk district court on January 4, placed in the Unified Register of judgments. According to court documents, the request for arrest were filed to...

    President of Ukraine and U.S. Vice President agreed to coordinate actions
    Jan21

    President of Ukraine and U.S. Vice President agreed to coordinate actions

    President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko had a meeting with U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden in Davos. The meeting lasted over 4 hours. According to the President, the parties discussed security issues first of all. “We reached a conclusion that there is no alternative to the Minsk process. We enjoy full support from the United States […]...

    Cabinet approves expanded list of embargoed Russian goods
    Jan21

    Cabinet approves expanded list of embargoed Russian goods

    The Cabinet of Ministers has approved an expanded list of Russian goods banned from being imported into the territory of Ukraine, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said during a government meeting on Jan. 20. “Today more than 70 types of commodities originating from Russia will be added to the original list of the Russian-made goods […]...

    Supporting Ukraine
    Jan21

    Supporting Ukraine

    The EU is supporting Ukraine in its reform process, which is vital for a Ukrainian economy weakened by conflict, Russian sanctions and trade restrictions. Member States are also supporting Ukraine. We are also engaged in efforts to boost the business opportunities of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in Ukraine through various programs that will...

    UK inquiry blames Kremlin for murder of Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko
    Jan21

    UK inquiry blames Kremlin for murder of Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko

    The inquiry says that Litvinenko was “probably” murdered on the personal orders of Vladimir Putin. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Putin and Assad support “Hezbollah” terrorism.
    Jan21

    Putin and Assad support “Hezbollah” terrorism.

    Russian aviation coordinate their flights directly with the militants of “Hezbollah”. You have to understand that Russia – the country is quite irrational. I do not believe that Iran’s nuclear program will be phased out. Ksenia Kirillova 01/21/2016 A few days ago in Israel there was a conference organized by the Research Institute of...

    The Putinverstehers’ Misconceived Charge of Russophobia: How Western Apology for the Kremlin’s Current Behavior Contradicts Russian National Interests
    Jan21

    The Putinverstehers’ Misconceived Charge of Russophobia: How Western Apology for the Kremlin’s Current Behavior Contradicts Russian National Interests

    Russian President Vladimir Putin at his inauguration in 2012, by Kremlin.ru via Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 4.0. A frequent rebuttal by apologists of Putin’s policies, in debates on Western approaches to Eastern Europe, is the allegation of Russophobia. Interpreters of contemporary Russian affairs, who present themselves as Putinversteher...

    Belarus at a crossroads
    Jan21

    Belarus at a crossroads

    Since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, Belarus has maintained a largely non-market economic system. This did not prevent rapid growth of its economy over a sustained period up to 2011. However, the period of economic growth in Belarus seems to be over. The factors that underpinned Belarus’s growth, mainly the beneficial external...

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