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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Armenia is Rethinking Relations with Russia
    Jan31

    Armenia is Rethinking Relations with Russia

    Russia / Europe Over the past few years, Armenia has faced a string of internal and foreign policy challenges. The wide-reaching referendum vote back in 2015 in favor of constitutional change means that Armenia’s time as a semi-presidential republic is over. According to its new constitution, the country is now a parliamentary republic. The...

    Germany and the US, Springing to Inaction
    Jan31

    Germany and the US, Springing to Inaction

    By Jacob L. Shapiro Germany – the beating heart of Europe, one of the four largest economies in the world, a country helmed by an entrenched, established and respected politician – can’t seem to muster a government. It’s been 129 days since it had one. Now, to be fair, this isn’t uncommon among Europe’s parliamentary...

    Anti-corruption groups question motives for prosecution of YouControl open access firm
    Jan31

    Anti-corruption groups question motives for prosecution of YouControl open access firm

    A number of Ukrainian anti-corruption NGOs, including Transparency International in Ukraine, have expressed concern over the criminal proceedings against YouControl and its founder Serhiy Milman which they view as pressure on an open access firm providing invaluable assistance to anti-corruption campaigners and journalists. …read more...

    Trump Isn’t Another Hitler. He’s Another Obama.
    Jan06

    Trump Isn’t Another Hitler. He’s Another Obama.

    Not a lot of people remember this, but George W Bush actually campaigned in 2000 against the interventionist foreign policy that the United States had been increasingly espousing. Far from advocating the full-scale regime change ground invasions that his administration is now infamous for, Bush frequently used the word “humble” when discussing...

    Armed Conflict in 2017 Part Two: Syria and International Terrorism
    Jan06

    Armed Conflict in 2017 Part Two: Syria and International Terrorism

    Last week, in part one of the review of 2017, we reviewed Rohingya Crisis, conflict in Africa, and Ukraine. This week we will address Syria and ISIS and global terrorism, completing the five topics that this blog has covered. It should be stated again that armed conflict is not a state of affairs that affects the entirety of the world but instead...

    Watch List Findings: Jan. 6, 2018

    What follows are the preliminary findings for issues identified in the daily Watch Lists this week. We are only sending findings that we regard as significant or potentially significant to keep this list manageable. We have findings for all the Watch List items. Should you be interested in findings not listed here, please contact us and we will...

    The Kremlin’s Shifting, Self-Contradicting Narratives on MH17
    Jan05

    The Kremlin’s Shifting, Self-Contradicting Narratives on MH17

    Just a few hours after the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 (MH17), the circumstances that caused the tragedy came to light: a Buk-M1 Russian-made anti-aircraft missile system was fired by either Russian-led separatists or Russian forces from an area near Snizhne, Ukraine, leading to the death of 298 civilians aboard the passenger plane....

    In Syria, an Attack on Russia’s Narrative
    Jan05

    In Syria, an Attack on Russia’s Narrative

    By Jacob L. Shapiro It has been less than a month since President Vladimir Putin declared a successful end to Russia’s intervention in the Syrian civil war and announced the imminent withdrawal of Russian forces from the country. Not even a fortnight later, Islamist militants conducted a deadly mortar attack against Russian forces in Syria....

    Ukraine on the brink of kleptocracy
    Jan05

    Ukraine on the brink of kleptocracy

    Europe needs to confront Ukraine’s leadership sooner rather than later. …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

    Nine Things Ukraine Should Do in 2018
    Jan05

    Nine Things Ukraine Should Do in 2018

    As Ukraine enters 2018, a year which precedes the presidential and parliamentary elections, it is important to examine the results of 2017 and identify the areas where the international community can help Ukraine’s reformers secure tangible progress. We have identified nine priority areas. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights...

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