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    Militants in Donbas may become “people’s police”
    Oct21

    Militants in Donbas may become “people’s police”

    In his column on the website Novoe Vremia, Co-director of Foreign Relations and International Security Programmes of the Razumkov Centre Oleksiy Melnyk wrote how the armed group of separatists in Donbas may become “people’s police” or even the “border guard” of Ukraine, which will not be controlled by Kyiv. Petro Poroshenko stated that by...

    The Fatherland leaving the coalition will not mean early parliamentary election
    Oct21

    The Fatherland leaving the coalition will not mean early parliamentary election

    Deputy Director, Director of Political and Legal Programmes of the Razumkov Centre Yuriy Yakymenko explained to the Glavred website how possible is the Fatherland’s leaving the coalition and how dangerous it may be for the operation of parliament. Now the parliamentary coalition is going through difficult times. The number of its members...

    For ordinary Ukrainians, amendments to the Constitution are less important than rising prices and rates
    Oct21

    For ordinary Ukrainians, amendments to the Constitution are less important than rising prices and rates

    Deputy Director, Director of Political and Legal Programmes of the Razumkov Centre Yuriy Yakymenko told the Fraza website about recent political events in Ukraine. The events of 31 August 2015, when, during the vote on the amendments to the Constitution, blood was shed outside the Verkhovna Rada, were deliberately prepared. When we recall the...

    Is the transition to a professional army possible in Ukraine?
    Oct21

    Is the transition to a professional army possible in Ukraine?

    In his column on the website Novoe Vremia, Co-director of Foreign Relations and International Security Prgrammes of the Razumkov Centre Oleksiy Melnyk wrote about a possibility of the transition to a professional army in Ukraine. …read more Source: Razumkov...

    Militants in Donbas may become “people’s police”
    Oct21

    Militants in Donbas may become “people’s police”

    In his column on the website Novoe Vremia, Co-director of Foreign Relations and International Security Programmes of the Razumkov Centre Oleksiy Melnyk wrote how the armed group of separatists in Donbas may become “people’s police” or even the “border guard” of Ukraine, which will not be controlled by Kyiv. Petro Poroshenko stated that by...

    Presentation of the results of the project Ukraine’s Party System Before and After the Maidan: Changes, Trends, and Public Demands
    Oct21

    Presentation of the results of the project Ukraine’s Party System Before and After the Maidan: Changes, Trends, and Public Demands

    The project Ukraine’s Party System Before and After the Maidan: Changes, Trends, and Public Demands was caused by the need to understand dramatic changes in the party system which occurred over the last years, and, in fact, led to the Maidan and partly were a result of its victory. The report analyses the last two stages of the evolution of...

    Stay Classy, Russia
    Oct21

    Stay Classy, Russia

    Russia’s United Nations delegation walked out of a speech by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, citing the speech’s “aggression.” Read that again, to savor it. …read more Source:...

    Russian Memories of Soviet-Afghanistan Conflict Cloud Syria Operation
    Oct21

    Russian Memories of Soviet-Afghanistan Conflict Cloud Syria Operation

    More than 25 years after the Soviet Army withdrew from Afghanistan, Russia is engaged in an out-of-area operation beyond its frontiers. The Kremlin’s message alleges the air campaign is restricted to combatting the Islamic State in Syria though most of the sorties carry out strikes on the rebel opposition. However, the Kremlin has been...

    “No Fighting” in Ukraine is Not “Peace”
    Oct20

    “No Fighting” in Ukraine is Not “Peace”

    The main problem with the West’s approach to Russian President Vladimir Putin is that it doesn’t seem to know who it’s dealing with. In an excellent article in Foreign Policy, Raymond Tanter states the bleatingly obvious—the Russian leader is nothing but a bully and should be treated as such. While the United States and Europe...

    Really, actually avoiding a new Cold War
    Oct20

    Really, actually avoiding a new Cold War

    Any interesting argument on foreign policy can be attacked from many, even opposing angles. So it is with enormous gratification that we see that our argument about the possibility and need to avoid a new Cold War with Russia has drawn fierce criticism from both Moscow and Washington. First, from Russia (with if not love than at least respect),...

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