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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Domestic and External Threats to the Euromaidan Revolutionaries in Ukraine
    Sep29

    Domestic and External Threats to the Euromaidan Revolutionaries in Ukraine

    Although separatist violations of the Ukrainian ceasefire are down, the Minsk-II accords are not being fulfilled in key areas. read more …read more Source: Center for Strategic and International...

    Russia’s Fight in Syria Reflects the Kremlin’s Fears at Home
    Sep29

    Russia’s Fight in Syria Reflects the Kremlin’s Fears at Home

    While supporting Asaad has allowed Russia to retain its influence in the Middle East, Russia should be wary of getting too involved in Syria if it wants to avoid another Ukraine-like quagmire …read more Source: Carnegie Endowment for International...

    Ukraine: From Evolutionary to Revolutionary Reforms
    Sep29

    Ukraine: From Evolutionary to Revolutionary Reforms

    The Atlantic Council. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    Letter From Kiev: The West’s ‘Ukraine Fatigue’
    Sep29

    Letter From Kiev: The West’s ‘Ukraine Fatigue’

    September 29, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Obama Deifies American Hegemony
    Sep29

    Obama Deifies American Hegemony

    This is the 70th anniversary of the UN. It is not clear how much good the UN has done. Some UN Blue Hemet peacekeeping operations had limited success. But mainly Washington has used the UN for war, such as the Korean War and Washington’s Cold War against the Soviet Union. In our time Washington had UN tanks sent in against Bosnian Serbs...

    Ukraine’s Leaders Must Engage Disillusioned Citizens Now
    Sep29

    Ukraine’s Leaders Must Engage Disillusioned Citizens Now

    In many respects, Ukraine is unrecognizable from the place it was a mere two years ago. Civic engagement has clearly increased, as seen by the remarkable mobilization of volunteers, flourishing of local civic groups, and generous donations for a variety of causes. A sense of vitality and energy pervades the country—unlike a few years ago, when...

    Ukraine’s Other War
    Sep29

    Ukraine’s Other War

    This paper examines the efforts the Ukrainian government has made to reform the country’s economy, security and energy sectors and to tackle corruption. It also looks at how these measures are threatened by Ukraine’s domestic politics and points out that without the political determination to carry out reforms, the country’s...

    What to make of the Dutch referendum on the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement?
    Sep29

    What to make of the Dutch referendum on the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement?

    What to make of the Dutch referendum on the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement?To the suprise of many, there is now likely to be a Dutch referendum on the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement thanks to a petition signed by over 450,000 people. But what is it really about? Open Europe’s Pieter Cleppe explains.The post What to make of the Dutch...

    Kurdish Family’s Story Highlights Plight of Refugee Air Travelers
    Sep29

    Kurdish Family’s Story Highlights Plight of Refugee Air Travelers

    A family from Iraqi Kurdistan has been camped out in a Moscow airport for almost three weeks. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Banks will help ensure Iran keeps promises on nukes
    Sep29

    Banks will help ensure Iran keeps promises on nukes

    Rouhani addresses the UN General Assembly, September 28 2015. Carlo Allegri/REUTERSIn a speech before the UN General Assembly on September 28, Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani heralded the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action as a new chapter in Iran’s relations with the rest of the world. After a heated and largely politicized national...

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