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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Whither the West: A New Beginning
    May12

    Whither the West: A New Beginning

    The Center is now in its fourth year, a truly remarkable achievement many of us never imagined would come to pass. We’ve had growing pains, and we’ve published some great authors, some of whom have gone on to other endeavors. But as much as we’ve changed, the world has changed more. When we began, we had three great questions...

    Obama Administration Stonewalls in Face of Evidence of Covert Action Against Azerbaijan
    May12

    Obama Administration Stonewalls in Face of Evidence of Covert Action Against Azerbaijan

    In the last two years, the Obama administration has succeeded in alienating longtime US allies Israel and Saudi Arabia; in offering Moscow a green light to invade Ukraine; and in continuing a strategic re-alignment of the Middle East that sees longtime allies such as Turkey and the aforementioned Israel and Saudi Arabia sidelined in favor of a...

    Victory Day for China?
    May12

    Victory Day for China?

    May 11, 2015 | By Konstantin Avramov While Putin has touted Russia’s pivot to the East, it is China who is reaping all of the benefits. The May 9th Victory Day celebration in Moscow was a familiar sight for those accustomed with the practice of determining the Soviet hierarchy by watching officials’ placement on top of Lenin’s...

    Webinar on Political Economy of Ukraine
    May12

    Webinar on Political Economy of Ukraine

    On 2 April CASE broadcasted a first webinar on the up-to-date topics relating to CEE countries: http://emerging-europe.com/webinars/webinar-4-2/The webinar was dedicated to the Political Economy of Ukraine. The speakers were:Anders Åslund, Senior Fellow at Peterson Institute for International Economics, Chairman of the CASE Advisory Council;Oleh...

    Is Radical Nationalism in Russia Getting Out of Control?
    May12

    Is Radical Nationalism in Russia Getting Out of Control?

    Radical nationalism has long been one of the leading threats to Russia’s national security. However, in recent years, and especially during the Ukraine crisis, the Kremlin has tried to co-opt the nationalists to use them to mobilize the population. At the moment, according to Donald Jensen, resident fellow at the Center for Transatlantic...

    Ukraine Erases Communist Reminders Amid Efforts to Shake Soviet Yoke
    May12

    Ukraine Erases Communist Reminders Amid Efforts to Shake Soviet Yoke

    May 12, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    How Russia’s Opposition United To Finish Nemtsov’s Report On Ukraine
    May12

    How Russia’s Opposition United To Finish Nemtsov’s Report On Ukraine

    May 12, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    The death of Europe? Continental fates after Ukraine
    May12

    The death of Europe? Continental fates after Ukraine

    The unravelling of the post-Cold War security order in Europe was both cause and consequence of the crisis in Ukraine. The crisis was a symptom of the three-fold failure to achieve the aspirations to create a ‘Europe whole and free’ enunciated by the Charter of Paris in 1990, the drift in the European Union’s behaviour from normative...

    The false promise of continental concert: Russia, the West and the necessary balance of power
    May12

    The false promise of continental concert: Russia, the West and the necessary balance of power

    The war in Ukraine is revelatory of a malaise in Europe’s security order created by Russia’s resistance to western institutions on the one hand and the western desire to maintain these institutions while partnering with Russia on the other. Absent a sense of priorities, western policy risks contributing to the erosion of...

    The Budapest Memorandum and Russia’s intervention in Ukraine
    May12

    The Budapest Memorandum and Russia’s intervention in Ukraine

    Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States extended security assurances to Ukraine in December 1994 in an agreement that became known as the Budapest Memorandum. This agreement was part of a package of arrangements whereby Ukraine transferred the Soviet-made nuclear weapons on its territory to Russia and acceded to the Treaty on the...

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