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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    OPINION. Ukraine After Local Elections: Putting Out Fires
    Nov05

    OPINION. Ukraine After Local Elections: Putting Out Fires

    Balázs Jarábik. The Moscow Times. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    ‘Only Solution to Refugee Crisis is a Common EU Response’
    Nov05

    ‘Only Solution to Refugee Crisis is a Common EU Response’

    Karen Donfried was President Obama’s top adviser on European affairs at the White House from 2012 to 2014. She is now the president of the German Marshall Fund of the United States, a think tank aimed at bolstering transatlantic ties. She gives us her point of view on the refugee crisis in Europe, as well as the conflict in Ukraine and...

    Council of Europe Slams Ukraine Probe of Odessa Deaths
    Nov05

    Council of Europe Slams Ukraine Probe of Odessa Deaths

    Kyiv’s official investigation into street clashes and deadly fire that left 48 dead last spring falls short of European norms, CoE says. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Moldova: Virtual Sex, Real Crime?
    Nov05

    Moldova: Virtual Sex, Real Crime?

    If the Moldovan women erotic webchat operators are providing virtual ‘sexual services,’ then under the law, their bosses could be considered ‘pimps.’ …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The local government elections in Ukraine
    Nov05

    The local government elections in Ukraine

    The local government elections results have significantly changed the political map of Ukraine. …read more Source: Centre for Eastern Studies...

    Ukraine: From Evolutionary to Revolutionary Reforms
    Nov05

    Ukraine: From Evolutionary to Revolutionary Reforms

    This brief discusses the political and economic situation in Ukraine as well as efforts at reform after the collapse of President Viktor Yanukovych’s regime in 2014. The authors describe 1) Ukraine’s post-revolutionary agenda, highlighting the fight against corruption and the lack of diversification in Ukraine’s energy sector;...

    Bomb May Have Caused Russian Plane Crash
    Nov05

    Bomb May Have Caused Russian Plane Crash

    U.S. and UK officials say security was lax at Egypt’s Sharm el-Sheikh airport. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    War Through Photography – Ukraine
    Nov05

    War Through Photography – Ukraine

    Photographers Caimi and Paccinni traveled into Ukraine to capture the war in images. There, they found a conflict occurring in multiple stages and made these stages into a series: War Dreams, War Games, War Scars. The aesthetics and emotions intertwined with every image give a different perspective on the war. Their imagery provides a visual...

    Saving in exchange for tax reform
    Nov05

    Saving in exchange for tax reform

    In his column for Novoe Vremia website Director of Economic Programmes at the Razumkov Centre Vasyl Yurchyshyn reflects on the prospects and risks of reforming the tax system of Ukraine given the urgent need to reduce state expenditure. The Minister of Finance in her recent statement on conducting tax reform in Ukraine noted that to implement it,...

    Russian Youth Group: ‘Pioneer’ of Things to Come?
    Nov05

    Russian Youth Group: ‘Pioneer’ of Things to Come?

    Putin creates schoolchildren’s organization on anniversary of Komsomol’s founding. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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