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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Modernity Versus Archaics
    Dec07

    Modernity Versus Archaics

    In the latest years globalization has made great progress, having left critically little space for archaics. The scared archaic societies have demonstrated an aggressive reaction, considering (not without reason) the current state of affairs in the world as a threat to their existence. This situation is particularly exemplified by Russia and the...

    Enforceability of Emergency Arbitrator Awards in Ukraine
    Dec07

    Enforceability of Emergency Arbitrator Awards in Ukraine

    In an earlier post CIS Arbitration Forum reported about three investment treaty claims against Ukraine in gas sector, initiated this year. In one of them a UK-based energy company JKX Oil & Gas and its Dutch and Ukrainian subsidiaries Poltava Gas B.V. and JV Poltava Petroleum Company obtained first-ever emergency arbitration award against...

    Krederi Ltd. v. Ukraine
    Dec06

    Krederi Ltd. v. Ukraine

    On 21 July 2014 British investor Krederi Ltd. started arbitration proceedings against Ukraine in ICSID. The investor brought the claims under the Ukraine-United Kingdom BIT. In particular, it alleges the expropriation of a land plot in the city of Kyiv owned by the investor’s subsidiary Konviva LLC. According to news reports, the alleged...

    Remington Worldwide Limited (UK) v. Ukraine
    Dec06

    Remington Worldwide Limited (UK) v. Ukraine

    The Gibraltar registered company Remington Worldwide Limited (“Remington”) filed a request for arbitration with the SCC on 22 September 2008. According to information communicated by the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine, the company accused Ukraine of violating several provisions of Article 10 of the ECT, and, in particular, of failure to provide...

    Gilward Investments B.V. v. Ukraine
    Dec06

    Gilward Investments B.V. v. Ukraine

    The case is pending (following the resignation of arbitrator Philippe Sands, Rolf Knieper (German) accepts his appointment as arbitrator, appointed by the Respondent on November 13, 2015 …read more Source: CIS Arbitration...

    International legal qualification of actions of the Russian Federation in the East of Ukraine as an act of aggression
    Dec06

    International legal qualification of actions of the Russian Federation in the East of Ukraine as an act of aggression

    Author – Dovbenko M., trainee analyst of FVIAC Qualification of the actions of Russia in Donbas as an act of aggressionQualification of Russia’s actions as an act of indirect aggression (an analogy to the Nicaragua case)Reaction of the international community to the aggressive actions of Russia in DonbasProspects for qualification of...

    Ihor Zinko: Contemporary Europe is a profoundly dynamic, experimental and ingenious space, which is being created and ‘consumed’ at the same time
    Dec06

    Ihor Zinko: Contemporary Europe is a profoundly dynamic, experimental and ingenious space, which is being created and ‘consumed’ at the same time

    Free Voice Information Analysis Center offers its readers an opportunity to read the interview with the Candidate of Economic Sciences, Associate Professor at the Department of Country Studies and International Tourism at Ivan Franko National University of Lviv Ihor Zynoviyovych Zinko about major domestic and social tendencies of modern Europe....

    Kazakhstan Looks to India, Iran for Access to the World’s Oceans
    Dec04

    Kazakhstan Looks to India, Iran for Access to the World’s Oceans

    Since achieving independence in 1991, following the collapse of the Soviet Union, landlocked Kazakhstan has sought to end its geographical isolation by fostering relations with neighboring countries. In recent weeks, Kazakhstan’s national railway company Kazakhstan Temir Zholy (KTZ) and India’s Ministry of Railways signed a memorandum...

    Central Asian Countries React to Latest US Overtures in Security Sphere
    Dec04

    Central Asian Countries React to Latest US Overtures in Security Sphere

    In early November 2015, US Secretary of State John Kerry toured all five former Soviet republics in Central Asia. It was the first such visit by a top United States diplomat to the region, long regarded by Russia as its backyard and “sphere of privileged interest.” Kerry’s regional tour was also marked by the launch of a comprehensive C5+1...

    Will NATO-Russia Tensions Rise after Montenegro Invitation?
    Dec04

    Will NATO-Russia Tensions Rise after Montenegro Invitation?

    Montenegro’s membership in NATO would not diminish Russian security, and could instead offer an opening for improving NATO-Russia ties. December 4, 2015 By Sharyl Cross The collective decision of the NATO Alliance on Wednesday to extend an invitation to Montenegro to begin accession talks toward NATO membership represents formal recognition...

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