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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Russian Strategy Seeks to Defy Economic Decline With Military Bravado
    Jan04

    Russian Strategy Seeks to Defy Economic Decline With Military Bravado

    President Vladimir Putin concluded 2015 with the approval of a revised National Security Strategy, which defines the strengthening of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) as a threat and commits to countering it by securing the unity of Russian society and by building up the country’s defense capabilities. In the course of the past...

    Ukraine-EU Trade Deal Angers Russia
    Jan04

    Ukraine-EU Trade Deal Angers Russia

    A free trade agreement between Ukraine and the EU came into effect on Friday, angering Russia in the process. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    New year, new leaf? What to watch in Turkey in 2016
    Jan04

    New year, new leaf? What to watch in Turkey in 2016

    The Turkey of a decade ago was at a very different crossroads. That Turkey had met the European Union’s “Copenhagen political criteria,” a set of democracy- and governance-related requirements that EU candidates had to meet, and had started accession negotiations. That Turkey’s economy was just beginning to take off. For the first...

    What Will 2016 Mean for Ukraine?
    Jan04

    What Will 2016 Mean for Ukraine?

    In 2015, Ukraine proved it wasn’t a pushover. The country united in the face of Russian aggression and Russian President Vladimir Putin learned that if he wanted his Novorossiya project, it was going to cost him more than a few little green men.Notably, the war in Ukraine was completely absent from Putin’s December 2015 address to the...

    Ukraine ‘Confident’ of Success in Russian Debt Lawsuit
    Jan04

    Ukraine ‘Confident’ of Success in Russian Debt Lawsuit

    January 4, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    What to Watch in 2016: GMF Experts Look at the Year Ahead
    Jan04

    What to Watch in 2016: GMF Experts Look at the Year Ahead

    Transatlantic Take2015 was a tumultuous year for the transatlantic partners. The refugee crisis, terrorist attacks, Russian aggression, and economic issues dominated discussions on both sides of the Atlantic in ways that would have been difficult to predict at the start of the year. What will 2016 bring? More of the same? Or are new issues...

    New Russian Management of the Donbas Signifies Putin May Be Ready to Negotiate
    Jan04

    New Russian Management of the Donbas Signifies Putin May Be Ready to Negotiate

    On December 26, Russian President Vladimir Putin appointed one of his close, trusted aides, Boris Gryzlov, Russia’s representative in the Trilateral Contact Group on Ukraine, which concluded the two Minsk agreements on the Donbas in September 2014 and February 2015. This appointment suggests an important change in Russia’s policy...

    Dutch to Assess Alleged Russian Troop Role in MH17 Crash
    Jan04

    Dutch to Assess Alleged Russian Troop Role in MH17 Crash

    A citizens’ journalist group passes on information to the Dutch prosecutors which allegedly identifies Russian soldiers responsible for bringing down the airliner. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    New publication: Quo vadis, Ukraine? Is there a chance for success? | mBank–CASE Seminar Proceedings No. 139
    Jan04

    New publication: Quo vadis, Ukraine? Is there a chance for success? | mBank–CASE Seminar Proceedings No. 139

    Language English If I were to say just one thing about Ukraine, I think I would have to stress it is the most underperforming country of all the countries I know.” said Ivan Mikloš, co-founder and president of think-tank MESA10 and a member of the International Advisory Board of National Reform Council of Ukraine, and a keynote speaker...

    Plan “Intermarum” – Britain supports, not against France, Ukraine and Poland will make.
    Jan03

    Plan “Intermarum” – Britain supports, not against France, Ukraine and Poland will make.

    NEW “CENTRAL EUROPEAN UNION ” ? …British policy in Europe for hundreds of years based on the concept of “balance of power” among the European countries where there is no single dominant center, and there are at least two. By Viktor Shevchuk, Vitaly Rozhdaev. Just look at this map. What do you think looking at these countries in Eastern Europe?...

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