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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine


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    The FAQs: State Department Says Actions of Islamic State Constitute Genocide
    Mar18

    The FAQs: State Department Says Actions of Islamic State Constitute Genocide

    What did Secretary Kerry say about Islamic State and genocide? In a speech on Thursday, Secretary of State John Kerry said that the U.S. has determined that the actions of Islamic State (aka ISIS) against Christians and other minority groups in Iraq and Syria constitutes an act of genocide. on The FAQs: State Department Says Actions of Islamic...

    Saudi Arabia Protects its Oil Market Share
    Mar18

    Saudi Arabia Protects its Oil Market Share

    Much has been made of Saudi vulnerability to low oil prices – but these concerns may be overblownSaudi Arabia’s oil policy and fiscal health have come under pressure recently as oil prices slipped from a June 2014 high of $115/barrel to less than $30/barrel in January 2016. Pundits and journalists came up with a melange of explanations to...

    The Obama Doctrine and Ukraine
    Mar18

    The Obama Doctrine and Ukraine

    Editors’ Note: In his interview with Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic, President Obama said Ukraine is a core interest for Moscow in a way that it is not for the United States. But the United States could have done more to help Kiev resist the Kremlin’s aggression, without engaging in war with Russia. This post originally appeared on...

    Russia’s Military Operation in Syria: A New Stage
    Mar18

    Russia’s Military Operation in Syria: A New Stage

    Russian President Vladimir Putin on 14 March announced his decision to remove part of the country’s military contingent from Syria. However, this step does not mean the end of Russia’s military presence in that country, especially since the aims of its operation in Syria have been only partially reached. Although Russia managed to...

    Russia Marks 2 Year Anniversary of Crimea Annexation
    Mar18

    Russia Marks 2 Year Anniversary of Crimea Annexation

    March 18, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Russia Could Redeploy in Syria in ‘Hours’
    Mar18

    Russia Could Redeploy in Syria in ‘Hours’

    Days after surprise pullout pledge, Putin says Russian forces ready to return anytime, airbase will remain active. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Fighting Back: New Bill Aims to Counter Russian Disinformation
    Mar18

    Fighting Back: New Bill Aims to Counter Russian Disinformation

    Russia’s attempts to win over hearts and minds in Ukraine, Eastern Europe, and beyond are succeeding—in large part because of the United States’ disengagement in the information arena, say experts. In response, Senators Rob Portman (R-Ohio) and Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) introduced a bill on March 16 that would significantly beef up the...

    Moldovan Gang Accused of Masterminding Italian Art Theft
    Mar18

    Moldovan Gang Accused of Masterminding Italian Art Theft

    Guard may have helped armed thieves lift valuable Renaissance works from Verona’s Castelvecchio Museum. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Why non-recognition matters in Crimea
    Mar18

    Why non-recognition matters in Crimea

    Europe will need to be in for the long-haul on non-recognition of Russia’s annexation …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

    EU leaders agree to submit watered-down offer to Turkey
    Mar18

    EU leaders agree to submit watered-down offer to Turkey

    EU leaders agree to submit watered-down offer to TurkeyEU leaders have agreed on the terms of the draft migrant deal that will be presented to Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu in Brussels today. The latest draft reportedly includes clearer assurances that asylum claims lodged on the Greek islands will be assessed individually – a move aimed...

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