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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Nato and the New Arc of Crisis
    Oct07

    Nato and the New Arc of Crisis

    Conference jointly organized by NATO Public Diplomacy Division, Real Istituto Elcano, IAI and Portuguese Institute of International Relations, on the threats and challenges to euro-atlantic security stemming from the arch of crisis which stretches from Nord Africa to Middle East and Ukraine. …read more Source: Istituto Affari...

    Ukraine Pleads for Russian Financial Mercy
    Oct07

    Ukraine Pleads for Russian Financial Mercy

    Yanukovych’s bond sale to Russia could lead Ukraine to default, IMF to cut funds. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    May and Johnson call for tighter controls on EU migrants – but stop short of asking for end of free movement
    Oct07

    May and Johnson call for tighter controls on EU migrants – but stop short of asking for end of free movement

    May and Johnson call for tighter controls on EU migrants – but stop short of asking for end of free movementIn a strongly worded speech to the Conservative Party Conference yesterday, Home Secretary Theresa May warned that EU migration has become “badly unbalanced”, adding, “The numbers coming from Europe are unsustainable and the rules have to...

    Russians Crowdfund Mission to Verify U.S. Moon Landings
    Oct07

    Russians Crowdfund Mission to Verify U.S. Moon Landings

    Tiny satellite will photograph sites visited by Apollo missions. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ratifying the TPP may be tough, but Australia needs it
    Oct07

    Ratifying the TPP may be tough, but Australia needs it

    Australia needs agreements like the TPP to counter protectionism. AAP/Tracey NearmyEight years in total of protracted negotiations. Twelve countries. The largest multi-continental trade agreement since APECin 1989. The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is complete. Almost. But the road to ratification will be rough. American unions, together with...

    Putin’s deafness on Syria
    Oct07

    Putin’s deafness on Syria

    It would be easy to get the impression from media coverage that Putin’s decision to intervene militarily in Syria is some kind of genius strategic move — a bold and brilliant gambit that will weaken the US in the Middle East, or at least dramatically limit its influence in the region. Headlines this week have blared that Putin has...

    Russia Initiates ‘Out-of-Area Operation’ In Syria
    Oct07

    Russia Initiates ‘Out-of-Area Operation’ In Syria

    As Russia’s military build-up in Syria moved forward, President Vladimir Putin addressed the 70th meeting of the United Nations General Assembly and held bilateral talks with President Barack Obama. On September 30, Putin received authority from the Russian Federation Council to send his forces into action and consequently ordered the...

    European Union. Between permanent crisis and “quiet superpower”
    Oct06

    European Union. Between permanent crisis and “quiet superpower”

    On September 21, 2015 Daniela Schwarzer took part in a panel discussion on „The European Union: Between ongoing crisis and silent superpower“ in Berlin, organized by the Max Weber Foundation. Together with Christian Tomuschat (Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities), Martin Baumeister (German Historical Institute Rome) and Miloš...

    Iraqi PM Abadi accuses Obama of a lack of “will,” and may invite Russia to bomb ISIS
    Oct06

    Iraqi PM Abadi accuses Obama of a lack of “will,” and may invite Russia to bomb ISIS

    In an interview with France 24, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi accused President Obama of a lack of “will” in the fight against the Islamic State, and complained that Obama had failed to deliver the “massive air power” he had promised. Abadi further said that while he has not yet discussed Russian intervention in Iraq, he “would welcome”...

    Russia Bridges A Transatlantic Trust Divide
    Oct06

    Russia Bridges A Transatlantic Trust Divide

    In his speech before the United Nations General Assembly last week, Russian President Vladimir Putin repeatedly called for international cooperation based on common interests, underlining that possible disagreements and compromise-based solutions are the core of international relations. Credit should be given where it is due: Russia’s own...

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