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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    In Syria, an Attack on Russia’s Narrative
    Jan05

    In Syria, an Attack on Russia’s Narrative

    By Jacob L. Shapiro It has been less than a month since President Vladimir Putin declared a successful end to Russia’s intervention in the Syrian civil war and announced the imminent withdrawal of Russian forces from the country. Not even a fortnight later, Islamist militants conducted a deadly mortar attack against Russian forces in Syria....

    The Kremlin’s Shifting, Self-Contradicting Narratives on MH17
    Jan05

    The Kremlin’s Shifting, Self-Contradicting Narratives on MH17

    Just a few hours after the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 (MH17), the circumstances that caused the tragedy came to light: a Buk-M1 Russian-made anti-aircraft missile system was fired by either Russian-led separatists or Russian forces from an area near Snizhne, Ukraine, leading to the death of 298 civilians aboard the passenger plane....

    Ukraine on the brink of kleptocracy
    Jan05

    Ukraine on the brink of kleptocracy

    Europe needs to confront Ukraine’s leadership sooner rather than later. …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

    Watch List: Jan. 3, 2018
    Jan05

    Watch List: Jan. 3, 2018

    The items listed below represent potential emerging issues that our analysts are tracking. These can be long term or short term, but will be updated daily. If an item on our Watch List becomes critical, we will email you a full analysis explaining its significance. Each Saturday, we will follow up our daily Watch List for each week with our...

    Armed Conflict in 2017 Part One: The Rohingya Crisis, Africa and Ukraine
    Jan05

    Armed Conflict in 2017 Part One: The Rohingya Crisis, Africa and Ukraine

    First, the good news: In general, as a global trend, the prevalence of armed conflict has been reducing consistently throughout the twenty-first century, with less deaths overall and a reduction of inter-state conflict. Data from the Global Peace Index demonstrates that this continued into 2016, and while we await reports for 2017, this trend is...

    Nine Things Ukraine Should Do in 2018
    Jan05

    Nine Things Ukraine Should Do in 2018

    As Ukraine enters 2018, a year which precedes the presidential and parliamentary elections, it is important to examine the results of 2017 and identify the areas where the international community can help Ukraine’s reformers secure tangible progress. We have identified nine priority areas. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights...

    The Crimean childhoods Russia ended in just a few brutal moments
    Jan05

    The Crimean childhoods Russia ended in just a few brutal moments

    The scale of repression and the number of political prisoners rose massively in 2017 and 100 children are now growing up without their fathers. Many were present when armed and masked men burst in to their homes and are deeply scarred by experiences no child should go through …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Ukraine’s Disappearing Chance for Inclusive Institutions
    Jan05

    Ukraine’s Disappearing Chance for Inclusive Institutions

    Four years after the start of the Euromaidan, Ukraine still faces many difficulties, including war and a destructive political struggle. The problem most likely to produce lasting damage to the country, however, is Ukraine’s stalled effort to move toward an inclusive state. We have nearly missed our chance. …read more Source: Woodrow...

    Poland on the UN Security Council
    Jan05

    Poland on the UN Security Council

    The main issues facing the UN Security Council (UNSC) are North Korea’s nuclear programme, the status of Jerusalem, and Russian aggression in Ukraine. Analysis of UNSC member positions indicates several potential sources of conflict but also possible fields of cooperation. Poland must prepare to act in these areas to achieve its goals...

    Russia refuses to let family and doctors see abducted Ukrainian teenager
    Jan05

    Russia refuses to let family and doctors see abducted Ukrainian teenager

    It is over four months since 19-year-old Pavlo Hryb was abducted from Belarus to Russia, and his captors are still blocking access to both Pavlo’s relatives and to the Ukrainian doctors familiar with his serious medical condition. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

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