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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Crimea Struggles with Ukraine’s New Energy “War”
    Nov25

    Crimea Struggles with Ukraine’s New Energy “War”

    Ordinary residents of Crimea are hostages of a hybrid political struggle between Ukraine and Russia. Crimea is pinning its hopes on new Russian energy projects to relieve itself of its energy dependency on Ukraine. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Ukraine should set royalties based on impartial methodology, not political agreements
    Nov25

    Ukraine should set royalties based on impartial methodology, not political agreements

    Ukraine should develop a methodology for determining royalties for the use of oil and gas extraction mineral resources but not set them on the basis of political agreements, in particular by making them depend on the national budget deficit, the director of energy programs at the Razumkov Centre Volodymyr Omelchenko has said, reports Interfax...

    Putin wants to show that the West needs his help to solve the conflict in Syria
    Nov25

    Putin wants to show that the West needs his help to solve the conflict in Syria

    In Ukraine there is great concern that Putin’s Russia is simply waiting, and that the Syria intervention is just part of the strategy, and that if he’s successful there, Europe and NATO won’t object to his seizure of more of Ukraine, which is not a NATO ally, reports McClatchyDC website. “In Syria, he’s wants to show the...

    Clash of the Titans brings down a Russian jet
    Nov25

    Clash of the Titans brings down a Russian jet

    Turkey’s downing of a Russian jet on the Syrian border on Wednesday has sparked a debate over whether this incident could lead to a full-fledged military confrontation between the two countries. The close economic interdependence that bolsters the current Turkish-Russian relationship would seem an incentive for both sides to keep the...

    Ukraine, Russia Face All-Out Trade War As Tensions Over Crimea Resurge
    Nov24

    Ukraine, Russia Face All-Out Trade War As Tensions Over Crimea Resurge

    November 24, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Wanted: A Strong Stand Against Russia
    Nov24

    Wanted: A Strong Stand Against Russia

    The shoot-down by Turkish fighters of a Russian warplane in Turkish airspace is an event of major significance in Syria, Ukraine, and beyond. The savage attack by the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) in Paris on Nov. 13 has prompted French President François Hollande to seek a grand coalition with the United States and Russia against...

    Making Sense of Mariupol’s Messy Elections
    Nov24

    Making Sense of Mariupol’s Messy Elections

    As cities finished counting the votes from Ukraine’s second round of mayoral elections, Mariupol and Krasnoarmiisk in the Donetsk region still haven’t held elections. Mariupol, which over the last nineteen months has been a strategic target of pro-Russian separatists, has become a political battleground. Local elections that were...

    Russia’s Supreme Court to Hear Ukrainian Filmmaker’s Appeal
    Nov24

    Russia’s Supreme Court to Hear Ukrainian Filmmaker’s Appeal

    Lawyer for Crimea native Oleg Sentsov, jailed for 20 years on terrorism charges, hopes for reduced sentence. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    New poll shows majority of British voters back Brexit, as Leave.EU proposes merger with rival Vote Leave campaign
    Nov24

    New poll shows majority of British voters back Brexit, as Leave.EU proposes merger with rival Vote Leave campaign

    New poll shows majority of British voters back Brexit, as Leave.EU proposes merger with rival Vote Leave campaignA new ORB poll for The Independent conducted in the wake of the Paris attacks has support for leaving the EU at 52% compared to 48% support for staying in. It is the first time that a majority has declared itself in favour of Brexit in...

    “So Who Is Felix? An Exploration of the Illusion of Nostalgia for Empire”
    Nov23

    “So Who Is Felix? An Exploration of the Illusion of Nostalgia for Empire”

    Join us for a discussion with Ukrainian author and translator Sophia Andrukhovych, centering on her book Felix Austria (2014). In this novel, Andrukhovych introduces the reader to the history of her hometown of Ivano-Frankivsk and uses the example of one rather bizarre family to explore the Ukrainian myth of “Austrian happiness.” Reception to...

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