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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    The Refugee Crisis: Perspectives from Across Europe and the Atlantic
    Sep11

    The Refugee Crisis: Perspectives from Across Europe and the Atlantic

    The European refugee crisis, as it is being called, is dominating headlines on both sides of the Atlantic. People across Europe and the United States have looked, both horrified and heartened, at the same images of drowned toddlers and swarms of volunteers welcoming refugees in many European towns. The crisis is neither new, nor acutely European,...

    Belarusian Stability in Peril
    Sep11

    Belarusian Stability in Peril

    The government in Minsk has long claimed that Belarus’s socioeconomic stability is its major achievement. Indeed, from 1996 to 2014, it experienced positive GDP growth every year, and its living standards were on the rise. However, the conflict in Ukraine ultimately converted this idea of “stability” from a propaganda cliché into a palpable...

    Back to the drawing board
    Sep11

    Back to the drawing board

    Read the PDF. Over the past five years, the U.S. Congress has been continuously browbeaten by the U.S. administration, as well as by a chorus of international leaders, for its failure to approve the G-20 International Monetary Fund reform agreement. Over the same period, however, there have been a number of major developments affecting the IMF...

    Memo to GOP Presidential Candidates: Bust Three Myths About Ukraine
    Sep11

    Memo to GOP Presidential Candidates: Bust Three Myths About Ukraine

    Forces hostile to US interests are filling vacuums around the world. It’s Islamic State and Iran in the Middle East. It’s a rising China in East Asia. It’s a bullying, belligerent Russia in Eastern Europe. How to reverse the fraying world order? On September 16, Republican presidential candidates will meet for a second debate,...

    Leadership labels: No, Harper is not a neo-con
    Sep11

    Leadership labels: No, Harper is not a neo-con

    A recent piece by Matthew Bondy in Foreign Policy argues that Stephen Harper is “the Last Neocon” and “Bush-era Hawk.” Bondy largely supports this view by pointing to Harper’s support for the 2003 Iraq War, Afghanistan and his support for “advancing freedom, democracy, human rights and the rule of law.” Let’s get this straight —...

    How Russia and America make the same mistakes in Syria
    Sep11

    How Russia and America make the same mistakes in Syria

    Russia’s apparent escalation in Syria is less dramatic than it seems, but it still represents another depressing development in the ongoing nightmare of the Syrian civil war. While it appears no Russian troops are engaged in fighting, the volume of military cargo delivered from Russia to Syria by sea and air has significantly increased in...

    Foreign Media Companies Selling Up, Quitting Russia
    Sep11

    Foreign Media Companies Selling Up, Quitting Russia

    Publishing groups to sell assets before foreign ownership law comes into force. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko Says No Peace Without Russian Troop Pullout
    Sep11

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko Says No Peace Without Russian Troop Pullout

    September 11, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Russian Jailed for Painting Ukraine’s Colors on Moscow Skyscraper
    Sep11

    Russian Jailed for Painting Ukraine’s Colors on Moscow Skyscraper

    Four others cleared of vandalism charges in case of painted Soviet star. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    First Anti-EU Referendum Being Forced by Dutch Citizens
    Sep11

    First Anti-EU Referendum Being Forced by Dutch Citizens

    Above all, Dutch citizens seem affronted that they were never consulted by their elected officials, who never even mentioned the EU-Ukraine treaty during the 2012 national elections. “Of course there will be transfers of sovereignty. But would I be …read more Source: Gatestone...

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