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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Ukraine Military Reports Surge in Fighting
    Nov09

    Ukraine Military Reports Surge in Fighting

    Kyiv Post. Ukraine. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Ukraine Needs Responsible Public Finances Now
    Nov09

    Ukraine Needs Responsible Public Finances Now

    With increasing surprise, I follow the Ukrainian discussion about public finances. Strangely, some prominent Ukrainians seem to think that taxes and public expenditures have no relationship to one another, arguing that public expenditures should be increased and taxes should be cut. But that is called populism, the disease Ukraine has suffered...

    Ukraine Sees First Direct Combat In Two Months Before EU Meeting
    Nov09

    Ukraine Sees First Direct Combat In Two Months Before EU Meeting

    November 9, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Justice Sector Is Central Battlefield in Struggle Between Old Ukraine and New Ukraine
    Nov09

    Justice Sector Is Central Battlefield in Struggle Between Old Ukraine and New Ukraine

    Editor’s note: US Ambassador Geoffrey R. Pyatt gave remarks at the “Conference on Legal and Governance Reform,” sponsored by the US-Ukraine Business Council and Kyiv School of Economics on October 30, 2015 in Kyiv. Pyatt’s remarks have been shortened below. The full version is available here.What a difference a year...

    Putin’s Aviation Nightmare
    Nov09

    Putin’s Aviation Nightmare

    Vladimir Putin must hate aviation. The tragic crash of a Russian airliner in Egypt last weekend, with mounting evidence of a terrorist attack by ISIL, is but the latest in a series of air disasters challenging the Kremlin over the last year. All of these have directly resulted from Moscow’s ever more aggressive foreign policy — inUkraine,...

    Governments have gone to war on Internet freedom
    Nov09

    Governments have gone to war on Internet freedom

    The Internet has been doing too good of a job promoting freedom, international cooperation, and the exchange of ideas. So much so that governments around the world are fighting back.That appears to be the bottom line of a recent survey by Freedom House. Its Freedom on the Net 2015, the fifth in its annual series on government policies and...

    Belarus Plans Currency Redenomination
    Nov09

    Belarus Plans Currency Redenomination

    Authorities say it will not harm the economy in a country that already endures staggeringly high inflation. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Russian Orthodox Church Launching Free Wi-Fi Service
    Nov09

    Russian Orthodox Church Launching Free Wi-Fi Service

    Wi-Fi, minus ‘distorted historical facts’ and pornography, will be available near churches and some public spots in Moscow. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Baltics Tallying Cost of Soviet Occupation
    Nov09

    Baltics Tallying Cost of Soviet Occupation

    Justice ministers want Russia to pay for losses incurred under 50 years of rule by the USSR. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    An Age of Innocence, in Retrospect
    Nov06

    An Age of Innocence, in Retrospect

    Ahmed Chalabi, age 71, has died of a heart attack in Baghdad. As a close observer of his unique role in provoking the Iraq War – a foreign policy and strategic military disaster 12 years ago – I can’t help but look back on that time as an age of innocence. That may sound ironic, but I think it’s true given that many Americans now see...

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