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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Lviv Welcomes Crimean Tatar Community With Open Arms
    Sep03

    Lviv Welcomes Crimean Tatar Community With Open Arms

    The Russian annexation of Crimea in March 2014 is widely regarded as a tragedy for Crimean Tatars. But for Adile Namazova, it was also a professional catastrophe. A recent university graduate with near flawless English, Namazova, 22, had been working as a language tutor before annexation. But once Crimea changed hands, travelers stopped coming,...

    Russia, Belarus and Serbia Stage Anti-Protestor “Slavic Brotherhood” Drills
    Sep03

    Russia, Belarus and Serbia Stage Anti-Protestor “Slavic Brotherhood” Drills

    The countries’ airborne forces will work on preventing anti-government ‘Maidan’-style riots …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Europe’s Soft-Power Pull is Still Working, if Unevenly, in the Western Balkans
    Sep03

    Europe’s Soft-Power Pull is Still Working, if Unevenly, in the Western Balkans

    VIENNA—Enlargement of the European Union is a hard sell these days. The member states have turned their gaze inwards as they confront a protracted period of low or no economic growth, not to mention the unfolding migration crisis. Nonetheless, leaders of the EU and Western Balkans states met again last week in Vienna as part of the “Berlin...

    Ukraine Crisis Update: September 3, 2015
    Sep03

    Ukraine Crisis Update: September 3, 2015

    Download the PDF Russian-backed separatists initially abided by a short-term ceasefire beginning September 1, which was designed to reduce the number of civilian casualties during the first week of the Ukrainian school year. Tags Ukraine Project UkrainePromote …read more Source: Institute for the Study of...

    Russia, Belarus and Serbia Staging Anti-Protestor “Slavic Brotherhood” Drills
    Sep03

    Russia, Belarus and Serbia Staging Anti-Protestor “Slavic Brotherhood” Drills

    The countries’ airborne forces will work on preventing anti-government ‘Maidan’-style riots …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukrainian Trader Pleads Not Guilty in $100m Hacking and Trading Scheme
    Sep03

    Ukrainian Trader Pleads Not Guilty in $100m Hacking and Trading Scheme

    Arkadiy Dubovoy and his son Igor are among the 32 defendants, many emigres to the U.S. from the ex-Soviet Union …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    2015 Conservative Party Conference: Securing Prosperity in an Uncertain World
    Sep03

    2015 Conservative Party Conference: Securing Prosperity in an Uncertain World

    This panel will explore the national security threats facing Britain, from Russian aggression in Ukraine and the former Soviet bloc to the rise of Islamic fundamentalism in the Middle East. Speakers Dr Liam Fox, MP for North Somerset Ian Betts, Global Head, Risk Analysis, G4S Peter Pomerantsev, Senior Fellow to the Transitions Forum, Legatum...

    Ron Paul and Lost Lessons of War
    Sep03

    Ron Paul and Lost Lessons of War

    Former US Rep. Ron Paul lays out a national security strategy for the United States in his book, Swords into Plowshares, which Carl von Clausewitz , the author of On War, would have approved. Clausewitz, a Prussian general in the early Nineteenth Century, is considered perhaps the West’s most insightful strategist, and On War is his classic...

    EU needs to step up its game in Ukraine
    Sep03

    EU needs to step up its game in Ukraine

    The EU should engage with Moscow – as many member states do – but remain firm on its principles. …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

    My Enemy’s Enemy: Analyzing Russia and North Korea’s “Year of Friendship”
    Sep03

    My Enemy’s Enemy: Analyzing Russia and North Korea’s “Year of Friendship”

    This May marked the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe. To celebrate, Russian officials announced in March that the year 2015 would be a “Year of Friendship” between the nations of North Korea and Russia. Accordingly, Russian President Vladimir Putin invited North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un to Moscow to celebrate the...

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