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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Islamic State is Winning, America Must Soon Use Its One Remaining Option
    Aug10

    Islamic State is Winning, America Must Soon Use Its One Remaining Option

    Three of the US national government’s self-imposed and surely lethal handicaps in dealing with the Islamist threat are (a) a fixation on looking at the problem in a state-by-state manner; that is, what do we do in Iraq? what do we do in Afghanistan? what do we do in Libya? etc.; (b) an enduring but long-disproved assumption that in its war...

    Here’s Why I’m Hopeful About Eastern Ukraine
    Aug10

    Here’s Why I’m Hopeful About Eastern Ukraine

    In July, residents of Slovyansk and Kramatorsk marked the first anniversary of liberation from the occupation of Russian-backed separatists. Both cities experienced their rule for nearly four months in 2014. In the last year, marches, concerts, and city lights with slogans promoting peace have helped reinforce a growing sense of national pride....

    Why Eastern Ukraine Matters to Ramzan Kadyrov
    Aug10

    Why Eastern Ukraine Matters to Ramzan Kadyrov

    No Instagram account is more entertaining, more dumbfounding, and more terrifying than that of Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov. On any given day, one is guaranteed to see video clips ranging from Kadyrov praying before dawn in the Akhmad Kadyrov Mosque to playing soccer at the FC Terek facilities (Kadyrov was the President of FC Terek from 2004...

    Vacancy: Director of the Ukrainian Institute
    Aug09

    Vacancy: Director of the Ukrainian Institute

    Vacancy: Director of the Ukrainian Institute The Ukrainian Catholic University has established a steering committee for the Ukrainian Institute in London, which is seeking a new director for the Institute. The position is not paid, but reasonable travel expenses will be reimbursed. The director will need to live in or near London and be available...

    Russia Distorts News of Turkish Investment in Crimea
    Aug07

    Russia Distorts News of Turkish Investment in Crimea

    In early July 2015, news emerged that a group of Turkish businessmen had come to Crimea to discuss capital investment on the annexed peninsula. According to Russian and Turkish press covering this visit, the Turkish businessmen expressed their hope to invest a total of $12.5 billion in Crimea. They said that their investment would primarily...

    Macedonian Police Raid ISIS Suspects, Analyst Warns of Russian Advance in Ukraine
    Aug07

    Macedonian Police Raid ISIS Suspects, Analyst Warns of Russian Advance in Ukraine

    Plus, Croatia condemns flag-burning in Belgrade, Czechs to toughen up gambling laws. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    CGI Asks: “Putin’s Russia” or “Russia’s Putin”?
    Aug07

    CGI Asks: “Putin’s Russia” or “Russia’s Putin”?

    August 7, 2015 A selection of Western and Russian experts respond to a question from CGI on the latest foreign policy developments affecting Russia and Eurasia. This time, we discuss whether Russian President Vladimir Putin is the main force shaping modern-day Russia, or whether he is more of a product–and perhaps an inevitable one–of...

    How to end Putinism
    Aug07

    How to end Putinism

    This article will be published in the August 17 edition of The Weekly Standard.“Russia is a friendly, European country,” said President Vladimir Putin in a 2001 address to the Bundestag in Berlin. Putin told German lawmakers he applauded European integration, believed in the unity of European culture, and was convinced that no one had benefited...

    Ukraine Runs Out of Coal, May Run Out of Gas
    Aug07

    Ukraine Runs Out of Coal, May Run Out of Gas

    Ukraine’s government has failed to properly adapt to the reality of Russia’s energy blockade. Just like at this time last year, Ukraine’s power plants are currently short of coal, ahead of the heating season, which begins in October, and no natural gas is being imported from Russia. Ukraine’s coal industry has been ruined...

    Ukraine Is Asked to Provide Legal Cover for Donetsk-Luhansk ‘Elections’
    Aug07

    Ukraine Is Asked to Provide Legal Cover for Donetsk-Luhansk ‘Elections’

    Moscow is prepared to orchestrate local elections in the “people’s republics” of Donetsk and Luhansk (“DPR, LPR”), separately from Ukraine’s upcoming local elections. Donetsk and Luhansk announced this intention in early July (see EDM, July 9) and reaffirmed it during the Contact Group’s failed meetings in Minsk, on July 21 and...

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