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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine


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    Central Asia Steps Out of Russia’s Shadow
    Feb10

    Central Asia Steps Out of Russia’s Shadow

    By Ekaterina Zolotova Say what you will about the Soviets, but they really knew how to put the “union” in the Soviet Union. For all its faults, the union bound its constituent countries together, imparting on them a degree of political and economic uniformity many of them have not known since. One of the only things the countries of Central Asia...

    Poroshenko accused of creating a weapon against critical NGOs, like in Russia & Kazakhstan
    Feb10

    Poroshenko accused of creating a weapon against critical NGOs, like in Russia & Kazakhstan

    Ukrainian civic activists have expressed anger over public claims made by the President’s spokesperson that two contentious bills imposing extensive reporting requirements on NGOs, though not, for example, political parties, have been agreed with civic organizations …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    The-wider-implications-of-Zapad-2017
    Feb10

    The-wider-implications-of-Zapad-2017

    2017 marked the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution. A century on, Moscow has a rather different view of revolutionaries, as shown by the Zapad 2017 military exercise held on 14–20 September 2017. Zapad (West) is one of several military exercises that Russia regularly holds; others include Kavkaz (Caucasus), Tsentr (Centre) and Vostok...

    Enemies of the United Nations, from Stalin to Putin
    Feb10

    Enemies of the United Nations, from Stalin to Putin

    In the aftermath of the Second World War, vast swathes of Europe and Asia lay devastated. Some seventy million people – soldiers and civilians – had died in the conflict. Twenty seven million of the dead had been Soviet citizens, mostly killed in the war against Nazi Germany. American, British, and French policymakers, seeking to build a stable...

    Menacing attack on the son of a Crimean Tatar National Congress member
    Feb10

    Menacing attack on the son of a Crimean Tatar National Congress member

    23-year-old Fakhri Muratov was dragged from his car in Russian-occupied Crimea on February 6 by men in masks and without any insignia. The men proceeded to beat him and then search his car, before driving off. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Ukraine reintegration bill Donbas deadlock
    Feb10

    Ukraine reintegration bill Donbas deadlock

    Russia says the bill amounts to preparation for war. But it might clear a path for meaningful negotiations. …read more Source: International Institute for Strategic...

    Kleptocracy Watch | January 12, 2018
    Feb10

    Kleptocracy Watch | January 12, 2018

    ​The week’s leading news and features on globalized corruption and the threat to democracy… TOP STORIES Global Magnitsky Act: 52 individuals and entities were sanctioned in the first tranche of designations – but the real story is the extraordinary Executive Order that Trump signed to do it, writes Rob Bershinski. (Just Security) Beyond...

    A Nuanced Report: The Battle for Memories in Central Europe
    Feb10

    A Nuanced Report: The Battle for Memories in Central Europe

    The article was first published in “Res Publica Nowa” nr 3/2017 and translated into English with support from the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education’s research dissemination funds (contract no. 692/P-DUN/217). This article covers: How nationalism in Central Europe is being spurred on by historical patriotism The impact of past...

    Menacing attack on the son of a Crimean Tatar National Congress member
    Feb10

    Menacing attack on the son of a Crimean Tatar National Congress member

    23-year-old Fakhri Muratov was dragged from his car in Russian-occupied Crimea on February 6 by men in masks and without any insignia. The men proceeded to beat him and then search his car, before driving off. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Beetles Chomp Down Belarusian, Polish Forests
    Feb10

    Beetles Chomp Down Belarusian, Polish Forests

    The infestation is but one symptom of a pestilence spreading across the northern hemisphere. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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