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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Remembering Roman
    May19

    Remembering Roman

    Every Memorial Day, friends leave small bottles of Jack Daniel’s and an American flag on Roman Kupchinsky’s gravestone in Arlington National Cemetery.Kupchinsky was a warrior, both on and off the battlefield. A man of passion who fought for his ideals with a singular determination, he devoted his life to seeing Ukraine become free. He...

    NATO Chief Meets Russia’s Lavrov, Urges Ukraine Withdrawal
    May19

    NATO Chief Meets Russia’s Lavrov, Urges Ukraine Withdrawal

    NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg and Russia’s foreign minister met Tuesday for the first t… …read more Source: American Security Council...

    Russian Ex-Soldiers Face Ukraine Terrorism Trial, Latvian Cardinal Bashes Gays
    May19

    Russian Ex-Soldiers Face Ukraine Terrorism Trial, Latvian Cardinal Bashes Gays

    Plus, Croatian leaders make a controversial visit to Ustasha massacre memorial, and Mongolia’s stalled Oyu Tolgoi mine could restart soon. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukraine
    May19

    Ukraine

    The overwhelming Ukrainian perception is that the level of attention and engagement from the EU is inadequate and does not meet ambitions. …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

    Belarus
    May19

    Belarus

    Minsk’s new role as mediator in the Ukraine peace talks has inspired some positive trends. …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

    Ukraine Crisis Causes Strategic, Mental Shift in Global Order
    May19

    Ukraine Crisis Causes Strategic, Mental Shift in Global Order

    The most important developments shaping the future of the world will take place in Asia. What different players there will have learnt from the lessons of Ukraine will matter. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    EU Options on Russia and the Eastern Partners
    May19

    EU Options on Russia and the Eastern Partners

    Moscow’s hegemonic stance on the post-Soviet space and its provocations in Ukraine force the European Union to find strategic clarity in its eastern neighbourhood. Often in the midst of discontinuous internal reform processes, the countries to the Union’s east find themselves hanging between a vague “wider Europe” proposal from...

    In Ukraine, Corruption Concerns Linger A Year After A Revolution
    May18

    In Ukraine, Corruption Concerns Linger A Year After A Revolution

    Image credit: iStockOther Mediaquoting Michael McFaulvia The New York Times To a great extent, the frustrations are to be expected, analysts say. “A year out, everybody is always disappointed from any revolutionary upheaval, that’s a statement of social science law,” said Michael A. McFaul, a Stanford University professor and former...

    Brexit: Views from Brussels, Berlin, Paris, and Warsaw
    May18

    Brexit: Views from Brussels, Berlin, Paris, and Warsaw

    Cameron’s EU Strategy Threatened by His Own Party Michael Leigh BRUSSELS—The Conservative Party’s victory in the U.K.’s May 7 general election reflected Prime Minister David Cameron’s record in government, especially the improvement in the economy, his hard-hitting messages, and the disarray of the opposition. A victory by...

    The ruble currency storm is over, but is the Russian economy ready for the next one?
    May18

    The ruble currency storm is over, but is the Russian economy ready for the next one?

    Recent data show the Russian economy contracted 1.9 percent in the first quarter of 2015. In this article, Sergey Aleksashenko delves into the events that led to the downturn, and what we can expect for the rest of 2015. When the Russian ruble collapsed in mid-December last year, losing one-third of its value in three weeks, some experts...

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