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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Aid Promised for Sanctions-Hit EU Farmers
    Sep08

    Aid Promised for Sanctions-Hit EU Farmers

    Despite loss of Russian market, overall European food exports are rising. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Moldovans Demand Change
    Sep07

    Moldovans Demand Change

    Plus, U.S. stealth fighters visit NATO allies and Croatia’s foreign minister sets sights on top UN job. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Putin Brings No Bacon Home From Beijing
    Sep07

    Putin Brings No Bacon Home From Beijing

    China’s economic woes put dampers on bilateral business dealings. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Why Park Geun Hye attended China’s World War Two military parade
    Sep07

    Why Park Geun Hye attended China’s World War Two military parade

    Last week, South Korean President Park Geun Hye attended the military parade for China’s 70th anniversary commemoration of the end of World War Two. Officially billed as a celebration of fascism’s defeat, it looked like anything but. More than one analyst noted the obvious incongruence of observing fascism’s end with a giant...

    Color Revolution 2.0 in Lebanon: From Piles of Trash to Piles of Rubble
    Sep07

    Color Revolution 2.0 in Lebanon: From Piles of Trash to Piles of Rubble

    “Spontaneous.” “Genuine.” Defiant.” The US State Department’s marketeers have used these labels in attempts to differentiate its latest wave of global “color revolutions” from the now tired, ineffective, and familiar formulas used everywhere from the US-engineered “Arab Spring,” to the Euromaidan in Ukraine, to Bersih 4.0 in Malaysia. The...

    Park Geun Hye was the only democratic leader to attend China’s military parade – and that’s ok
    Sep07

    Park Geun Hye was the only democratic leader to attend China’s military parade – and that’s ok

    Last week, South Korean President Park Geun Hye attended the military parade for China’s 70th anniversary commemoration of the end of World War Two. Officially billed as a celebration of fascism’s defeat, it looked like anything but. More than one analyst noted the obvious incongruence of observing fascism’s end with a giant...

    ‘Refugees’ Arrive in Munich, Hungary Demonized: What’s The Endgame?
    Sep05

    ‘Refugees’ Arrive in Munich, Hungary Demonized: What’s The Endgame?

    Watching live footage of the “refugees” arriving in Munich, it is difficult not to be struck by how non refugee-like they look. Many are well shod in expensive-looking western sneakers, wearing Adidas and other western name-brand clothing, fingering their smart phones. Mostly men of, as they, fighting age. What few women we do see...

    Belarus: End of the Prisoners’ Dilemma
    Sep05

    Belarus: End of the Prisoners’ Dilemma

    In mid-August 2015, two major events took center stage in media coverage of Belarus: the trip to Ukraine of Belarusian Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei as well as the release of six people, labeled political prisoners in the West, by President Alyaksandr Lukashenka, who pardoned them ostensibly out of dedication to “the tenets of humanism.”...

    Several North Caucasus Human Rights Organizations Labeled ‘Foreign Agents’
    Sep05

    Several North Caucasus Human Rights Organizations Labeled ‘Foreign Agents’

    After the scandal following the labeling of the Russian human rights organizations like Memorial, under the leadership of Oleg Orlov, and Grazhdanskoe Sodeistvie, under the leadership of Svetlana Gannushkina, as “foreign agents,” it was expected that rights groups in the North Caucasus would be the next targets. Nearly 9,300 non-governmental...

    Russia Spurns Ukrainian Offer of Constitutional Status for Donetsk-Luhansk
    Sep05

    Russia Spurns Ukrainian Offer of Constitutional Status for Donetsk-Luhansk

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has rejected Ukraine’s offer of constitutional status for the Donetsk-Luhansk territory as unacceptable. Addressing an international economic forum in Vladivostok, on his way back from China today (September 4), Putin dismissed Kyiv’s offer as inadequate in content; unilateral, instead of being...

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