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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Eastern Europe’s Competitive Edge
    Sep29

    Eastern Europe’s Competitive Edge

    Summary Eastern Europe is the most dynamic part of the European continent. So great is its potential that it is among the subjects at our annual conference in October. But before we can explain why this is, we must first define what we mean by Eastern Europe. For the purposes of this Deep Dive, Eastern Europe includes nine countries: Bulgaria,...

    September 21st, 2017

    CHINA China’s “Fallen” Officials Leave Gaps, Silenced Voices in Communist Party Ranks RFA As the ruling Chinese Communist Party gears up for a crucial, five-yearly congress next month, President Xi Jinping is taking far-reaching steps to ensure that no critical voices are raised against him, analysts said. A popular chat show on the Hong...

    The Atlantic Council: ‘Debates’ Between People Who Hate Russia & People Who Really Hate Russia
    Sep29

    The Atlantic Council: ‘Debates’ Between People Who Hate Russia & People Who Really Hate Russia

    Welcome to the Atlantic Council. A think tank which isn’t given to introspection and which ultimately amounts to NATO’s propaganda arm. This week, I endured an Atlantic Council echo-chamber to spare you the bother. The list of lobbyists retained by the club (who prefer to call each other ‘fellows’) reads like a veritable...

    An End in Sight for Ukraine … Maybe
    Sep29

    An End in Sight for Ukraine … Maybe

    By Jacob L. Shapiro The conflict in Ukraine has developed an interminable quality. We are now over three years into the war in Donbass, and every day brings new updates on cease-fire violations or steps forward and backward on implementing the Minsk accord. This can make it hard to determine when conditions have actually changed. There have been...

    Russia brazenly flouts UN Hague Court and jails Crimean Tatar leader Ilmi Umerov
    Sep29

    Russia brazenly flouts UN Hague Court and jails Crimean Tatar leader Ilmi Umerov

    In a shock move on September 27, a Russian-controlled ‘court’ in Crimea sentenced 60-year-old Ilmi Umerov, who has multiple serious illnesses, to two years’ imprisonment. Given the suspended sentence of journalist Mykola Semena on analogous charges just one week ago, the conclusion seems clear that the harsher sentence in this case is...

    Moving message of solidarity from Kremlin hostage Roman Sushchenko on sentence of Crimean Tatar leader Ilmi Umerov
    Sep29

    Moving message of solidarity from Kremlin hostage Roman Sushchenko on sentence of Crimean Tatar leader Ilmi Umerov

    There has been widespread condemnation of Russia’s two-year prison sentence on Crimean Tatar leader lmi Umerov “for voicing dissent against the illegal annexation of the Crimean peninsula”. The most poignant was from Roman Sushchenko, the Ukrainian journalist seized by the Russian FSB almost exactly a year ago …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s more accessible and independent Constitutional Court
    Sep29

    Ukraine’s more accessible and independent Constitutional Court

    A critical overview of changes to Ukraine’s Constitutional Court …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Should the United States Arm Ukraine?

    While analysts agree that diplomacy is the ideal route to ending the conflict in eastern Ukraine, they disagree on whether the United States sending defensive weapons to Ukraine will achieve that end. On September 22, the Atlantic Council, in collaboration with the Charles Koch Institute, hosted a debate between experts: Should the United States...

    Energy analyst: Russian proposals to use Ukrainian pipelines a ‘joke’
    Sep29

    Energy analyst: Russian proposals to use Ukrainian pipelines a ‘joke’

    If Russia’s gas supply to Europe is to remain reliable, the Ukrainian system must run parallel to Nord Stream 2, Oleksandr Sukhodolia told EURACTIV Slovakia. …read more Source:...

    Watch List Findings: Sept. 23, 2017
    Sep23

    Watch List Findings: Sept. 23, 2017

    What follows are the preliminary findings for issues identified in the daily Watch Lists this week. We are only sending findings that we regard as significant or potentially significant to keep this list manageable. We have findings for all the Watch List items. Should you be interested in findings not listed here, please contact us and we will...

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