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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    South Ossetian Leader Seeks Union With Russia
    Oct20

    South Ossetian Leader Seeks Union With Russia

    Georgian breakaway territory has cut off nearly all links with Tbilisi. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Yanukovych Sues Kyiv for Rights Breaches
    Oct20

    Yanukovych Sues Kyiv for Rights Breaches

    Ukraine courts are biased and influenced by senior officials, former president claims. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Threat Perception in Central Asia in Response to Russia-Ukraine: Will Not be Next
    Oct20

    Threat Perception in Central Asia in Response to Russia-Ukraine: Will Not be Next

    This paper examines 1) how Central Asian governments have reacted to Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014 as well as the country’s involvement in the ongoing crisis in Ukraine; and 2) whether, in light of the Ukraine crisis, Russia poses a threat to Kazakhstan’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. The authors contend that...

    MH17 ‘justice’ takes several forms, none simple
    Oct20

    MH17 ‘justice’ takes several forms, none simple

    Achieving ‘justice’ for the victims of the MH17 downing is not a straightforward task. AAPThe Dutch Safety Board’s final report into the July 2014 downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 definitively found that the crash was caused by the detonation of a 9N314M warhead. The warhead was launched by a Russian-made Buk...

    Russian Mercenaries Sign up for Combat Operations in Syria
    Oct20

    Russian Mercenaries Sign up for Combat Operations in Syria

    On October 11, in an interview with Russia’s Rossiya 1TV channel, President Vladimir Putin reassured his audience that he did not intend to send Russian ground troops to Syria. The interviewer asked Putin about it twice, and twice the Russian president denied such plans. “Are you considering the possibility of using the Russian armed forces...

    Putin’s Desperation Deepens as His Blunders Accumulate
    Oct20

    Putin’s Desperation Deepens as His Blunders Accumulate

    Russian foreign policy took an unexpected turn and suffered a serious setback last week when President Vladimir Putin suggested sending to Washington a delegation headed by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, which was firmly turned down by the United States government. The initiative was poorly prepared, and the fruits of Putin’s recent...

    Hiding in Plain Sight: Putin’s War in Ukraine
    Oct19

    Hiding in Plain Sight: Putin’s War in Ukraine

    Atlantic Council. United States. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    EU Should Make Minor Compromises for Turkey’s Help on Refugees
    Oct19

    EU Should Make Minor Compromises for Turkey’s Help on Refugees

    Transatlantic TakeWASHINGTON—German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s dash to Istanbul on October 18 was a gift to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Erdoğan is hoping that his Justice and Development Party (AKP) will regain its majority in the November 1 general election, after a setback last June, enabling him to call a referendum to...

    Europe’s Refugee Crisis Shows Ukraine’s Resilience
    Oct19

    Europe’s Refugee Crisis Shows Ukraine’s Resilience

    Ukraine Has Absorbed 1.5 Million Displaced; Soon It Must Employ Them This article originally appeared on the US Institute of Peace blog, the Olive Branch. With Europe awash in more than a half-million refugees from Middle Eastern and other wars, it might be easy to overlook Ukraine’s response to its own population—nearly three times the...

    Ukrainians Eager to Go to Polls
    Oct19

    Ukrainians Eager to Go to Polls

    In less than a week, Ukrainians go to the polls to elect mayors, city councils, and regional councils, and they’re eager to do so. A recent poll carried out by the International Republican Institute found that 75 percent of Ukrainians are very likely or somewhat likely to vote on October 25. A new law requires a runoff election if no...

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