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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Vladimir Putin’s Soviet Dream
    Sep02

    Vladimir Putin’s Soviet Dream

    From China’s activities in the South China Sea to the Islamic State’s advance in the Middle East, competition and conflict are threatening long-standing regional orders. But perhaps the most critical conflict, with implications for all the rest, is in Ukraine, which has become central to Russia’s expansionist ambitions....

    Government to propose new campaigning rules for EU referendum
    Sep02

    Government to propose new campaigning rules for EU referendum

    Government to propose new campaigning rules for EU referendumThe Government is set to put forward changes to the arrangements for the referendum on Britain’s EU membership, in a bid to allay some MPs’ concerns about ensuring the vote is fair. Amendments being tabled to the EU Referendum Bill today are expected to address concern over...

    Ukraine Coalition Weakened as Rightists Quit
    Sep02

    Ukraine Coalition Weakened as Rightists Quit

    Death toll rises to three after far-right groups assault parliament. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Survey Underlines Russian Suspicion of America
    Sep02

    Survey Underlines Russian Suspicion of America

    U.S. is ‘extremely hostile,’ most Russians believe. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukraine has to take all steps to declare that Russia is an occupier of Donbas
    Sep02

    Ukraine has to take all steps to declare that Russia is an occupier of Donbas

    Six months after the latest Minsk agreement, to replace the first one that Russia violated as well, more than 1,000 others have been killed since Russia and Ukraine signed the “peace” deal, the Kyiv Post writes. Co-director of Foreign Affairs and Inernational Security Programmes at the Razumkov Centre Oleksiy Melnyk said Ukraine hasn’t yet...

    The Russian public’s ignorance allows Putin’s policies to flourish
    Sep02

    The Russian public’s ignorance allows Putin’s policies to flourish

    Russia’s direct involvement in prosecuting its war against Ukraine is proven, as far as most in the West are concerned. But the Russian public is still oblivious to what’s going on, accepting official denials, more than a year after the fighting began, the Kyiv Post reports. Director of Military programmes at the Razumkov Centre...

    Muzhenko lost the moral right to talk about military situation in Donbas
    Sep02

    Muzhenko lost the moral right to talk about military situation in Donbas

    The chief of Ukraine’s Army General Staff has left many baffled after declaring that the destroyed village of Shyrokyne “has no military value” – after soldiers held positions there for months that they said were key to defending the strategic city of Mariupol, the Kyiv Post writes. Co-director of Foreign Affairs and International Security...

    Ukraine Must Privatize Failing State-Owned Enterprises Quickly
    Sep02

    Ukraine Must Privatize Failing State-Owned Enterprises Quickly

    Privatization has generated controversy in every post-communist country. Ministers of privatization are usually accused of heinous crimes, regardless of how impeccably they have performed their jobs. Yet privatization is vital for all such nations, not least for Ukraine. The goal must be to limit state-owned enterprises so that the private sector...

    Russian Narrative of Ukraine Conflict Fails to Sway Opinions in Odesa
    Sep02

    Russian Narrative of Ukraine Conflict Fails to Sway Opinions in Odesa

    Eastern Ukraine’s Donbas region is strewn with remnants of Russian-made cartridges from AK-74U rifles, littered with the splintered, hollowed-out ruins of Russian-made BTR-80 armored personnel carriers, and scarred with the skeletons of Russian T-74B battle tanks. Yet the Kremlin’s incursion into Ukrainian territory is not isolated to...

    Frozen Conflict in Moldova’s Transnistria: A Fitting Analogy to Ukraine’s Hybrid War?
    Sep02

    Frozen Conflict in Moldova’s Transnistria: A Fitting Analogy to Ukraine’s Hybrid War?

    History is a great teacher, so it’s no surprise that Russian President Vladimir Putin’s 2014 annexation of Crimea and his subsequent Kremlin speech justifying it brought back memories of the Nazi annexation of Czechoslovakia’s Sudetenland in 1938. Parallels between Hitler and Putin abound, as do their motivations and the...

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