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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    US Military Presence in Central and Eastern Europe
    Sep15

    US Military Presence in Central and Eastern Europe

    This report examines US military activities in Europe, and particularly Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), that have taken place since Russia’s intervention in Ukraine in 2014 and the subsequent breakdown of relations between Moscow and the West. More specifically, the author examines 1) US deployments to the CEE following Moscow’s...

    Paramilitaries Growing in EU States Bordering Russia
    Sep15

    Paramilitaries Growing in EU States Bordering Russia

    Volunteers and conscripts are an ever-larger component of Baltic militaries. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Post-Soviet Leaders Gather in Tense Tajikistan
    Sep15

    Post-Soviet Leaders Gather in Tense Tajikistan

    Ten-day manhunt fails to locate accused ‘coup’ leader Nazarzoda. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Russia Raps Google for App ‘Abuse’
    Sep15

    Russia Raps Google for App ‘Abuse’

    Full impact of finding expected to emerge in 10 days. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Sep15

    Forbes: Russia Inadvertently Posts Its Casualties In Ukraine: 2,000 Deaths, 3,200 Disabled …read more Source: The American Center for a European...

    The Minsk Trap
    Sep15

    The Minsk Trap

    Kirk Bennett The Ukrainian parliamentary debate on constitutional reform to promote decentralization has occurred under enormous pressure from the West for Kyiv to uphold its end of the Minsk Agreements, negotiated in September 2014 and February 2015 to secure a ceasefire in the Russo-Ukrainian War. The fatal clashes outside the Ukrainian Rada on...

    EU member states fail to agree on binding refugee quotas as German Interior Minister suggests cutting EU funding to those countries not doing enough
    Sep15

    EU member states fail to agree on binding refugee quotas as German Interior Minister suggests cutting EU funding to those countries not doing enough

    EU member states fail to agree on binding refugee quotas as German Interior Minister suggests cutting EU funding to those countries not doing enoughDuring a bad-tempered six hour meeting yesterday, EU Interior Ministers failed to reach an agreement on the European Commission’s proposal for mandatory binding quotas to relocate 120,000...

    BBC vs RT: Media wars, diplomacy and owning the message
    Sep15

    BBC vs RT: Media wars, diplomacy and owning the message

    Worried about the increased power and reach of state-owned broadcasters such as the Kremlin-backed Russia Today, it appears the BBC hopes to stem the trend of endless rounds of funding cuts by seeking government money to create a new channel to broadcast into Russia. It’s also proposing services aimed at reaching North Korea and to increase...

    Nord Stream Expansion Agreed, Wintershall Swapped to Gazprom (Part Two)
    Sep14

    Nord Stream Expansion Agreed, Wintershall Swapped to Gazprom (Part Two)

    *To read Part One, please click here. The agreement to build the Nord Stream Two gas pipeline marks a return to business as usual with the Kremlin in a political sense—that is, accepting Russia’s war against Ukraine as a given and moving past it (see Part One in EDM, September 10). Nord Stream Two, however, goes far beyond business as...

    China, Belarus Deepen Ties
    Sep14

    China, Belarus Deepen Ties

    Two countries on opposite ends of Eurasia are drawing closer, courtesy of the skein of railways slowly snaking across this massive region in the form of an evolving “Iron Silk Road.” While attending Chinese commemorations of the end of World War II in the Pacific, Belarus’s President Alyaksandr Lukashenka held bilateral talks with his...

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