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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine


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    Ukrainian Nationalist Militia Seeks Legal Status
    Feb10

    Ukrainian Nationalist Militia Seeks Legal Status

    Rightwing groups also protest against Polish law making it a crime to deny atrocities committed by Ukrainian nationalists during WWII. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Russia in Afghanistan: Playing with Fire
    Feb10

    Russia in Afghanistan: Playing with Fire

    As the longest war in US history rumbles on, Moscow looks at the Afghanistan conflict with interest. Allegations of Moscow’s meddling in the country, particularly its aid to the Taliban, raise questions over Russia’s geopolitical interests in Afghanistan, with the Kremlin’s mixed strategy reflecting how it is also precariously...

    Germany’s Critics of Russia Sanctions: What Motivates Them?
    Feb10

    Germany’s Critics of Russia Sanctions: What Motivates Them?

    Russia / Europe At the end of January, the prime ministers of five regions in what was formerly East Germany demanded a softening or lifting of the European Union’s sanctions against Russia. “Restrictive policies are not working. We need new approaches,” said Reiner Haseloff, prime minister of Saxony-Anhalt (CDU). The head of...

    12 Traditional Ukrainian Dishes You Must Try
    Feb10

    12 Traditional Ukrainian Dishes You Must Try

    Source: The Culture Trip The peculiar features of traditional Ukrainian food have been forming over centuries. The neighboring countries, climate conditions, rich soil and hard-working locals have influenced the complexity of the dishes. Ukrainian dishes are generously flavored (with garlic often the main seasoning) and, despite the contradictory...

    From Lone Actors to Daesh: Rethinking the Response to the Diverse Threats of Terrorist Financing
    Feb10

    From Lone Actors to Daesh: Rethinking the Response to the Diverse Threats of Terrorist Financing

    In view of the terrorist threat and diversity of funding efforts, counter-terrorist financing efforts should aim to address the modus operandi of any given target, placing greater emphasis on the intelligence value that finance provides.Download the article (PDF)On 23 September 2001, President George W Bush signed Executive Order 13224, which...

    Understanding Russia’s Appetite for Uranium
    Feb10

    Understanding Russia’s Appetite for Uranium

    Economy Russia is the third-largest consumer of uranium in the world, and the country aims to be a key driver of growth in uranium markets over the next few years. The evidence of Russia’s intent can be seen domestically through its own nuclear power expansion efforts. In Central Asia, Russia draws on close ties from the Soviet period to...

    Open Ukraine! (Video)
    Feb10

    Open Ukraine! (Video)

    Source: Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine Ukraine is the largest country in Europe. We have a unique mixture of attractions – the seaside, mountains, kilometers of rivers and lakes, marvelous cities and authentic countryside. Ukraine is beautiful and safe to visit. Every year we host thousands of festivals, sporting events,...

    Armed Conflict in 2017 Part Four: 2018 Forecasts for Syria and International Terrorism
    Feb10

    Armed Conflict in 2017 Part Four: 2018 Forecasts for Syria and International Terrorism

    This week, the final part of the 2017 review looks at what 2018 holds for Syria and ISIS and global terrorism. As with the Rohingya Crisis and Ukraine, which were covered last week, these are brief overviews of what are complex situations extrapolating from the blogs throughout 2017 and making short term forecasts. Included below are links for...

    Verbal Strategies from Kosovo to Crimea. Part One
    Feb10

    Verbal Strategies from Kosovo to Crimea. Part One

    Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014 has become a turning point for the Kremlin’s relationship with the West. While inside Russia the event is largely viewed as a “restoration of historical justice,” in the West it is perceived as a violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity and essentially as the first...

    Newsbrief Vol. 38, No. 1
    Feb10

    Newsbrief Vol. 38, No. 1

    Concise briefings on contemporary issues and trends in international securityNo: 1Volume: 38Newsbrief …read more Source: Royal United Services Institute...

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