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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Lethal weapon: Has Trump mis-stepped on Ukraine?
    May17

    Lethal weapon: Has Trump mis-stepped on Ukraine?

    Sending anti-tank guided weapons to Ukraine is the right decision. But the Trump administration has gone about it the wrong way. …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

    GIJN’s Data Journalism Top 10: Trump Country, Conga Lines and the Nerds in the Corner
    May17

    GIJN’s Data Journalism Top 10: Trump Country, Conga Lines and the Nerds in the Corner

    What’s the global data journalism community tweeting about this week? Our NodeXL #ddj mapping from May 7 to 13 finds @adamrpearce brilliantly illustrating the problem and causes of backed up trains along the New York subway, @Textyorgua_Eng highlights the destruction of Ukraine’s landscape due to illegal amber mining, and @duc_qn...

    No World Cup as usual as Oleg Sentsov lays his life on the line, demanding the release of all Ukrainian political prisoners
    May17

    No World Cup as usual as Oleg Sentsov lays his life on the line, demanding the release of all Ukrainian political prisoners

    Ukrainian filmmaker and Kremlin hostage Oleg Sentsov has declared an indefinite hunger strike with his sole demand being the release of all the Ukrainian political prisoners held by Russia. It seems he has been planning this move for the last month and a half and he told his lawyer: “If I die before or during the World Cup, there will be...

    Crimean Tatar who sued Putin over annexation of Crimea ‘deported’ to Uzbekistan
    May17

    Crimean Tatar who sued Putin over annexation of Crimea ‘deported’ to Uzbekistan

    Russia has sent Crimean Tatar Nedim Khalilov against his will to Uzbekistan after illegally taking him from his Crimean home and holding him in a ‘centre for foreigners’ in Russia for 18 months. This cynical deportation of a 58-year-old who has no links with Uzbekistan can be viewed as reprisal for Khalilov’s attempt to bring legal...

    Russia Crows Over Crimean Bridge Opening
    May16

    Russia Crows Over Crimean Bridge Opening

    Engineering feat will simplify life in Russian-controlled peninsula, but will also likely worsen relations with Kyiv. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Russia’s Role in the 2008 Russo-Georgian War
    May16

    Russia’s Role in the 2008 Russo-Georgian War

    After a brief surge of sympathy for Georgia during the 2008 Russo-Georgian war, outsiders reached a general consensus of shared blame, exemplified by the EU fact-finding mission’s Tagliavini report. In retrospect, with an established pattern of Russian aggression in Ukraine and Syria, prize-winning journalist Yulia Latynina will revisit the...

    Russia: Telegram block leads to widespread assault on freedom of expression online (UPDATED)
    May16

    Russia: Telegram block leads to widespread assault on freedom of expression online (UPDATED)

    53 international and Russian human rights, media and Internet freedom organisations, strongly condemn the attempts by the Russian Federation to block the Internet messaging service Telegram. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Fighting Anti-Roma Hate, One Story at a Time
    May16

    Fighting Anti-Roma Hate, One Story at a Time

    One Ukraine community’s response to an anti-Roma group offers a heartening example to all those who are trying to fight bigotry with compassion, dialogue, and understanding. …read more Source: Open Society...

    Georgian MP Leads OSCE Mission in Ukraine
    May16

    Georgian MP Leads OSCE Mission in Ukraine

    A high-level delegation from the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly led by George Tsereteli, a Georgian MP (pictured above), has stressed the need for a UN peace-keeping mission to be deployed to Ukraine to help end the fighting in the eastern part of the country and to make full implementation of the Minsk Agreements possible. In meetings with...

    The Editor, on a landmark for The Conversation
    May16

    The Editor, on a landmark for The Conversation

    View from the London office, with a Conversation logo superimposed over some of our local flora. Khalil A. Cassimally, Author providedFive years ago, the first content commissioned by The Conversation in the UK went live. At the time, the project attracted some attention from other media. Most was pretty welcoming and positive. But not all of it...

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