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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Russia Charges Suspected Mastermind of Nemtsov Murder
    Nov10

    Russia Charges Suspected Mastermind of Nemtsov Murder

    The suspect is an officer in a security force described as Chechen ruler Kadyrov’s private militia. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Participation in program “Georgia/South Caucasus between the European Union, eastern partners and the Eurasian Economic Union”
    Nov10

    Participation in program “Georgia/South Caucasus between the European Union, eastern partners and the Eurasian Economic Union”

    Expert of Economic Programmes at the Razumkov Centre Markevych Kateryna took part in Program “Georgia/South Caucasus between the European Union, eastern partners and the Eurasian Economic Union” that was held on 2-5 November 2015 in Georgia. Representatives of governmental, political and scientific organizations from Azerbaijan, Belarus,...

    Security sector of Ukraine is largely disordered and unworkable
    Nov10

    Security sector of Ukraine is largely disordered and unworkable

    The state-owned UkrOboronProm arms factory this year is expected to churn out 40 of its Oplot main battle tank, and next year will make 120. That’s a 2,300 percent increase over the five the factory produced last year, the Miami Herald writes. Despite the gains, Mykola Sunhurovskyi, the director of military programs at the Razumkov Center,...

    Moldovan Justice: Fast and Furious
    Nov10

    Moldovan Justice: Fast and Furious

    Politics make for strange bedfellows, but politicians of all stripes see one man, Vlad Plahotniuc, a billionaire ‘gray eminence’, as having orchestrated their arrests or prolonged detentions. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukraine: Cyberwar’s Hottest Front
    Nov10

    Ukraine: Cyberwar’s Hottest Front

    November 10, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Sports Anti-Doping Body Calls for Russia’s Suspension
    Nov10

    Sports Anti-Doping Body Calls for Russia’s Suspension

    Explosive report accuses Russia of running a ‘state-sponsored doping’ scheme. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Zakarpattia-Together, But Separated
    Nov10

    Zakarpattia-Together, But Separated

    This commentary discusses the deteriorating political and security situation in Ukraine’s Zakarpattia (Transcarpathia) region, one of the poorest and most ethnically diverse in the country. The authors argue that, rather than fighting crime and corruption in the region, the Ukrainian central government has given its leader Viktor Baloha and...

    Border and Migration Management in the East: The Cases of Norway and Poland
    Nov10

    Border and Migration Management in the East: The Cases of Norway and Poland

    This paper uses case studies from Norway and Poland to discusses the migration and refugee situation in Eastern Europe. The authors pay special attention to the question of border management, including small border traffic and migration control, and to the gender dimension of migration. They also look at the increasing politicization of the...

    SIPRI Yearbook 2014 launch
    Nov10

    SIPRI Yearbook 2014 launch

    On November 9, 2015 Razumkov Centre presented the 15th edition of the Ukrainian version of the SIPRI Yearbook: Armaments, Disarmament and International Security. SIPRI Yearbook 2014 covers the period up to the end of the year 2014 – the moment when the Russia-Ukraine crisis, which radically changed the European and global security environment...

    Russian Analysts Call Ukrainian Involvement in the North Caucasus ‘Futile,’ but Gear up to Counter It
    Nov09

    Russian Analysts Call Ukrainian Involvement in the North Caucasus ‘Futile,’ but Gear up to Counter It

    Russian experts have reacted to the recent establishment of a group in the Ukrainian parliament called “For the Free Caucasus.” One of them, Vladislav Gulevich, has predicted that the Ukrainian political forces that want to detach the North Caucasus from Russia will fail because Ukraine “has never had high-quality specialists on the Caucasus and...

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