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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Could Russia Have Had a Role in Recent PKK Attacks on Turkish Pipelines?
    Sep23

    Could Russia Have Had a Role in Recent PKK Attacks on Turkish Pipelines?

    On August 25, an explosion occurred on the South Caucasus Pipeline (also known as the Baku-Tbilisi-Erzurum pipeline), which transports natural gas from Azerbaijan, through Georgia, and into Turkey (Anadolu Agency, August 25). According to the Turkish press, the militant organization the Kurdistan Worker’s Party (PKK) was behind this...

    Tsentr 2015: Testing Mobility and Strategic Messaging
    Sep23

    Tsentr 2015: Testing Mobility and Strategic Messaging

    Russia’s Armed Forces and security bodies have concluded the primary military exercise of the combat training year. The strategic-operational exercise Tsentr 2015 was the largest of the year, modeling an intervention in Central Asia under the umbrella of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO). The exercise took place at training...

    Creating ‘A Piece of America’ in the Carpathian Mountains
    Sep22

    Creating ‘A Piece of America’ in the Carpathian Mountains

    Camp America, located at a charmingly rustic resort in Ukraine’s Carpathian Mountains, welcomed twenty young Ukrainians for a week in August. For most of them, Camp America—a 24/7 English-language environment where all activities are conducted in English—was their first experience with native English speakers.”I like to tell our...

    NATO Secretary General at The National Security and Defense Council Of Ukraine
    Sep22

    NATO Secretary General at The National Security and Defense Council Of Ukraine

    SPEECH. Ukraine. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Fugitive Russian Banker Sues Kremlin for Stripping His Assets
    Sep22

    Fugitive Russian Banker Sues Kremlin for Stripping His Assets

    Sergei Pugachev was once known as ‘Putin’s banker’ for his close ties in the Kremlin. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Reviving the OSCE: European Security and the Ukraine Crisis
    Sep22

    Reviving the OSCE: European Security and the Ukraine Crisis

    The OSCE has been the most appropriate framework to manage the Ukraine crisis. To continue to play a useful role, the body must adjust its methods and strengthen its toolbox. …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Head of Moldova’s Beleaguered Central Bank Resigns
    Sep22

    Head of Moldova’s Beleaguered Central Bank Resigns

    IMF team due in Chisinau for talks on a possible bailout. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Russian Given 14 Years in Prison for Treasonous CV
    Sep22

    Russian Given 14 Years in Prison for Treasonous CV

    Wider legal definition behind rise in treason trials. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Russian Ideology After Crimea
    Sep22

    Russian Ideology After Crimea

    Following the annexation of Crimea in March 2014, the Russian public has embraced an increasingly conservative and nationalistic ideology. Any repudiation of this ideology, let alone the transformation of the country as a whole, will only happen if demand for change from the bottom coincides with a desire for modernization from the top. | Русский...

    Nord Stream Two in Ukrainian Perspective
    Sep21

    Nord Stream Two in Ukrainian Perspective

    At Russia’s initiative, the Nord Stream Two natural gas pipeline project has advanced from agreements of intent to a binding agreement; and Gazprom has formed the project consortium with several major European energy companies. Planned to connect Russia with Germany through the Baltic Sea by 2019, Nord Stream Two would double the Nord...

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