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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Nord Stream Two: The Project’s Implications in Europe (Part Three)
    Sep18

    Nord Stream Two: The Project’s Implications in Europe (Part Three)

    *To read Part One, please click here. *To read Part Two, please click here. According to the European Union’s Energy Commissioner Miguel Arias Cañete, Ukraine is a “reliable transit country,” while Nord Stream Two does not help diversify supply sources, hence “it is not a priority” in terms of EU policies (Naturalgaseurope.com, September...

    Nord Stream Two: The Project’s Implications in Europe (Part Two)
    Sep18

    Nord Stream Two: The Project’s Implications in Europe (Part Two)

    *To read Part One, please click here. Within Germany, Nord Stream has spawned a system of gas transmission pipelines and storage sites, dedicated to handling Gazprom’s gas en route to German and other countries’ markets. That system’s ownership and operation pose serious challenges to the European Union’s energy market and...

    Putin Tests His Future New York Speech in Dushanbe
    Sep18

    Putin Tests His Future New York Speech in Dushanbe

    Speaking this week (September 15) in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, at a summit of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO)—the Russian-dominated regional defense alliance—President Vladimir Putin detailed his understanding of regional and global security threats. The CSTO summit was notably held in former Soviet Central Asia, in Tajikistan,...

    Rebuilding Economic and Political Stability in Ukraine
    Sep17

    Rebuilding Economic and Political Stability in Ukraine

    Ukraine faces two severe and immediate challenges: armed pro-Russian separatists in the eastern part of the country and a sharp, nationwide economic deterioration stemming in no small part from that military threat.CFR convened a group of experts to discuss Ukraine’s economic challenges and identify possible ways for outside actors to...

    Ukraine and the Future of NATO
    Sep17

    Ukraine and the Future of NATO

    Al Jazeera Center for Studies. United Arab Emirates. …read more Source: World Affairs...

    IMR Releases The Interpreter Report ‘An Invasion by Any Other Name: The Kremlin’s Dirty War in Ukraine’
    Sep17

    IMR Releases The Interpreter Report ‘An Invasion by Any Other Name: The Kremlin’s Dirty War in Ukraine’

    The Institute of Modern Russia announces the official release of The Interpreter’s newest report titled “An Invasion by Any Other Name: The Kremlin’s Dirty War in Ukraine.” Staff of The Interpreter will join fellow Ukraine experts for the report’s official launch at the Atlantic Council in Washington, D.C., on Thursday at 4 p.m....

    U.S. Mulls Talks With Russia on Syria Military Action
    Sep17

    U.S. Mulls Talks With Russia on Syria Military Action

    Russia’s military build-up comes as Moscow works with the U.S. and Gulf countries on brokering peace. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The Four Original Options on Ukraine and NATO
    Sep17

    The Four Original Options on Ukraine and NATO

    In the conditions of a strongly anti-NATO popular leaning, from 1991 to 2013, Ukraine could not join NATO, nor could it join a Russian-dominated union without coercion, and the attempts, of its respective westernizers and easternizers to do so, backfired. The pressures to simplify and choose sides came from both ends, East and West. Their...

    Skolkovo Tech School’s American Founder Steps Down
    Sep17

    Skolkovo Tech School’s American Founder Steps Down

    Institute plans to continue close cooperation with MIT, Russian media say. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Ukraine Bans Foreign Journalists Who Threaten ‘National Interests’
    Sep17

    Ukraine Bans Foreign Journalists Who Threaten ‘National Interests’

    BBC’s Moscow correspondent among 388 people banned in Poroshenko’s latest sanctions. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

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