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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Moving to the Far Right in Hungary
    Aug27

    Moving to the Far Right in Hungary

    Challenged by the growing popularity of the country’s far-right party, Jobbik, the Hungarian government is radicalising its agenda in order to win back disgruntled voters. April 12th 2015 is was an unneventful day in most countries; certainly not for Hungary. In local elections held in the town of Tapolca, the candidate for the Movement for...

    Ukraine Crisis Update: August 26, 2015
    Aug27

    Ukraine Crisis Update: August 26, 2015

    Download the PDF Russian-backed separatists continued to engage Ukrainian forces with indirect fire along the front line in Donbas, as talks resumed on the implementation of the February “Minsk II” ceasefire agreement. Tags Ukraine Project UkrainePromote …read more Source: Institute for the Study of...

    Limiting Non-Strategic Nuclear Weapons: Results of a Track II Dialogue
    Aug26

    Limiting Non-Strategic Nuclear Weapons: Results of a Track II Dialogue

    The U.S.-Russian relationship may be facing challenges as significant as those confronted during the darkest days of the Cold War. From Russia’s actions in Crimea to disputes regarding the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty and ballistic missile defense, the imposition of sanctions on Russia and a surge in military incidents in...

    Weaponizing Migrants
    Aug26

    Weaponizing Migrants

    Europeans ought to be demanding Uncle Sam’s head on a silver platter, and those of their own leaders on pikes. Thanks to 25 years of lunatic US foreign policy initiatives and relentless military aggressions, the steady drip of illegal immigration into Europe from Africa and the Middle East has become a crisis of refugees. Not only has the...

    Russia’s Military Is a Paper Tiger in the Baltic
    Aug26

    Russia’s Military Is a Paper Tiger in the Baltic

    The Kremlin’s aggressive tactics in Ukraine have caused experts and Western military leaders to sound the alarm over the threat Russia poses toward the NATO member states in the Baltic region. But would Russia’s military have the upper hand in a Baltic conflict with the West? Journalist and military analyst Matthew Bodner breaks down...

    Election 2015: Where is the debate on defence and security?
    Aug26

    Election 2015: Where is the debate on defence and security?

    It would be a great leap forward if, in the coming federal election, there was a separate debate on national defence and security. The denizens of debate negotiation and management at the networks and political parties may not have the freedom or courage to make it so but it would be of immense value nonetheless. While there is usually a passing...

    Russia Inadvertently Posts Its Casualties In Ukraine: 2,000 Deaths, 3,200 Disabled
    Aug26

    Russia Inadvertently Posts Its Casualties In Ukraine: 2,000 Deaths, 3,200 Disabled

    Image credit: ThinkstockAnalysis and Commentaryvia ForbesRussian president Vladimir Putin has decreed that all Russian casualties “in peacetime” be a state secret. In addition to criminal charges arising from divulging state secrets, families risk losing pensions and lump-sum payments if they reveal that their sons were killed in Ukraine....

    Russia’s Classified Ukraine Crisis Death Toll Appears To Have Leaked
    Aug26

    Russia’s Classified Ukraine Crisis Death Toll Appears To Have Leaked

    August 26, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    China’s navy expands its replenishment-at-sea capability
    Aug26

    China’s navy expands its replenishment-at-sea capability

    China’s navy, from its founding in 1949 to the 1996 Taiwan Strait crisis, was focused on preventing Taiwan from becoming formally independent. This goal did not require long-distance operations that would require an at-sea resupply capability. Now, however, Beijing has declared its status as a global maritime power. Amateurs, it is said,...

    How the West Can Stop Russia’s Escalating War in Ukraine
    Aug25

    How the West Can Stop Russia’s Escalating War in Ukraine

    This month, Russia stepped up military pressure on Ukraine, concentrating about fifty thousand troops along its border with Ukraine, using its proxy militias to shell Ukrainian government positions in the Donbas, and threatening Kyiv with “a big war.”The current escalation indicates Russian discontent with Ukraine’s refusal to...

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