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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Groans, Guffaws as Yatsenyuk Accused of Killing Russians
    Sep09

    Groans, Guffaws as Yatsenyuk Accused of Killing Russians

    Russia’s top cop made startling claims in newspaper interview. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Homo Ex-Sovieticus Faces Future With a Frown
    Sep09

    Homo Ex-Sovieticus Faces Future With a Frown

    Report says Serbia is one of only three countries where fewer than half of adults laugh or smile a lot. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Rolling out the red carpet won’t make China play nice
    Sep09

    Rolling out the red carpet won’t make China play nice

    Are GOP candidates “China bashing?” The claim has been made in outlets such as the Washington Post, the New York Times, and Bloomberg View. But, despite what the critics may say, it’s an overly dismissive — and slightly lazy — way of describing the Asia policy debate emerging on the Republican side. Here is another way of looking at...

    Ukraine: International Court’s Jurisdiction Is Accepted
    Sep09

    Ukraine: International Court’s Jurisdiction Is Accepted

    September 9, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Ukraine’s hot political autumn
    Sep09

    Ukraine’s hot political autumn

    Monday’s violent protest outside the parliament and the departure from the coalition of the Radical Party have kicked off Ukraine’s hot political autumn. …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

    Bulgaria Bans Russian Supply Flights to Syria
    Sep09

    Bulgaria Bans Russian Supply Flights to Syria

    Greece mulling Washington’s request to follow suit. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The ceasefire in Donbas is unlikely to last long
    Sep09

    The ceasefire in Donbas is unlikely to last long

    The ceasefire in Donbas is hard to call stable. This was stated by Co-director of Foreign Relations and International Security Programmes of the Razumkov Centre Oleksiy Melnyk, informs the news agency Voice of America. “It is difficult to describe this situation as stable – there are almost daily casualties. I do not even have the heart to call...

    Poor Economic Outlook and Lack of Security Undermine Kabardino-Balkaria’s Governor
    Sep09

    Poor Economic Outlook and Lack of Security Undermine Kabardino-Balkaria’s Governor

    Brutal police operations in Kabardino-Balkaria in recent months have prompted some experts to conclude that the republic’s governor is building a “police republic.” Yuri Kokov has ruled Kabardino-Balkaria since December 2013, although he was officially appointed governor in October 2014. A career police official, Kokov had led key...

    Slavic Brotherhood 2015 Rehearses Anti–Color Revolution Operations
    Sep09

    Slavic Brotherhood 2015 Rehearses Anti–Color Revolution Operations

    Russia’s Armed Forces conducted a military exercise indicating Moscow’s intent and planning to use military force to thwart future “color revolutions.” Elite Airborne Forces and special forces from Russia, Belarus and Serbia participated in Slavyanskoye Bratstvo (Slavic Brotherhood) 2015, signaling that color revolutions—as a...

    Reforms Will Succeed, But They Alone Won’t Save Ukraine
    Sep09

    Reforms Will Succeed, But They Alone Won’t Save Ukraine

    Will Ukraine make it? Conditions necessary for Ukraine’s current reform drive to succeed look more promising than they did in 2013. Not only does Ukraine now have its most pro-European parliament and reform-oriented government since independence in 1991; it’s also seen at least four other significant shifts in domestic politics that,...

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