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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Albanian Marijuana Goes Up in Smoke
    Sep20

    Albanian Marijuana Goes Up in Smoke

    Tirana claims to have destroyed 99 percent of the country’s cannabis plants this year. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Bulgaria Scraps Statute of Limitations for Communist-Era Crimes
    Sep20

    Bulgaria Scraps Statute of Limitations for Communist-Era Crimes

    Cases which could now be investigated include 1978 ‘umbrella killing’ in London. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Croatia Closes Border After Two-Day Migrant Influx
    Sep20

    Croatia Closes Border After Two-Day Migrant Influx

    Orban plans to build another fence, this time along Hungary-Croatia border. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Police Clash with Migrants at Croatia, Hungary Borders with Serbia
    Sep20

    Police Clash with Migrants at Croatia, Hungary Borders with Serbia

    Use of tear gas, water cannon at Serbian border ‘unacceptable,’ says Ban-Ki Moon. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Europe’s Next Problem: U.S. Sanctions Against China
    Sep19

    Europe’s Next Problem: U.S. Sanctions Against China

    BERLIN—During the last two weeks, it has been widely reported that the U.S. government has been developing a package of unprecedented economic sanctions against Chinese companies and individuals it alleges have benefited from cybertheft by their government. There seems to be a consensus in the United States behind a tougher response to Chinese...

    Meeting the Challenges of Global Polio Eradication
    Sep19

    Meeting the Challenges of Global Polio Eradication

    The number of wild poliovirus cases worldwide is significantly reduced compared to last year, as Pakistan improves its immunization reach and Africa goes more than a year since its last reported case. Nonetheless, substantial challenges remain to global eradication, including newly reported cases of vaccine-derived poliovirus in Ukraine and Mali....

    The Interpreter Report Spurs Fervent Discussion in Washington, D.C.
    Sep19

    The Interpreter Report Spurs Fervent Discussion in Washington, D.C.

    On September 17, staff members of IMR’s The Interpreter project led an impassioned discussion about Western policy toward Russia and Ukraine at the presentation of their new report, “An Invasion by Any Other Name: The Kremlin’s Dirty War in Ukraine,” in Washington, D.C., on Thursday. …read more Source: Institute of Modern...

    Sochi-2 (And not the Olympics)
    Sep19

    Sochi-2 (And not the Olympics)

    As Russia constructs what a Pentagon spokesman called “a forward operating base” near the Syrian city of Latakia, complete with tanks, artillery, and housing of at least 1,500 troops, the White House is reported to find itself on the horns of two intellectual dilemmas. First, as Press Secretary Josh Ernest averred, “Putin’s true motivations...

    Election 2015: Devising new defence platforms (Part 2)
    Sep18

    Election 2015: Devising new defence platforms (Part 2)

    Part 1, Steve Saideman’s Liberal platform, can be read here. Last week I proposed a Liberal Defence Party Platform since the Liberal Defence Critic had posted one that was pretty thin. I promised to write platforms for the other two major parties (even I would not want to inflict my French on the Bloc Quebecois and the Greens can just shut...

    Investigative Journalists Present Exhaustive Report on ‘Kremlin’s Dirty War in Ukraine’
    Sep18

    Investigative Journalists Present Exhaustive Report on ‘Kremlin’s Dirty War in Ukraine’

    The Russian government under President Vladimir Putin is “directly coordinating and leading the fight to destabilize and disunite Ukraine”—despite Putin’s increasingly desperate efforts to hide the truth—concludes a damning report issued September 17. “An Invasion by Any Other Name: The Kremlin’s Dirty War in Ukraine” is a joint...

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