: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks

    Ukraine’s Fight Against Corruption Slogs Forward
    Feb18

    Ukraine’s Fight Against Corruption Slogs Forward

    New Prosecutor Briefly Arrests a Prominent Oligarch; Anti-Corruption Bureau Seeks a Director The Ukrainian campaign to actually begin cleaning up Europe’s most corrupt government and economy is progressing more slowly than many Ukrainians have demanded. But the past week showed some movement in two critical government agencies: the...

    Russian Forces Win a ‘Cease-Fire’ Battle in Ukraine
    Feb18

    Russian Forces Win a ‘Cease-Fire’ Battle in Ukraine

    Kyiv Forced into New Retreat; US, Europe Must Increase Support, Atlantic Council Analysts Say At midday February 18, three-and-a-half days beyond the designated hour for a cease-fire in eastern Ukraine, fighting was continuing in the strategic city of Debaltseve, where Russian forces continue to pound a nearly surrounded Ukrainian contingent that...

    The President, Lies, and a Video
    Feb18

    The President, Lies, and a Video

    In defending Russia, the Czech head of state adopts the Kremlin’s approach to the facts. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The Death Toll of a Dying Order
    Feb18

    The Death Toll of a Dying Order

    Though the crisis in Ukraine highlights the persistence of traditional geopolitical conflict, judging by the number of interstate wars, one might conclude that the world is more peaceful than it has been in 300 years. But the world is not in fact more peaceful, because today’s wars reflect the disorder stemming from state failure....

    Ukraine: One year after EuroMaydan protests, justice denied for victims of violence
    Feb18

    Ukraine: One year after EuroMaydan protests, justice denied for victims of violence

    Headline Title: One year after EuroMaydan protests, justice denied for victims of violence …read more Source: Amnesty...

    A rallying call for our nation’s defense
    Feb17

    A rallying call for our nation’s defense

    Last week, the government confirmed that Kayla Mueller had died while in the custody of ISIS. In the weeks prior, we learned about the brutal murders of three innocent people — the beheading of two Japanese citizens and the immolation of a Jordanian pilot. That followed news that Russia was stepping up its aggression in Ukraine, which followed...

    Ukraine: Fears of detainee abuse as armed groups close in on Debaltseve
    Feb17

    Ukraine: Fears of detainee abuse as armed groups close in on Debaltseve

    Headline Title: Ukraine: Fears of detainee abuse as armed groups close in on Debaltseve …read more Source: Amnesty...

    Russia’s military: the weak links
    Feb17

    Russia’s military: the weak links

    Although President Putin has repeated time and again that he will not be drawn into an arms race for fear of bankrupting Russia, that is precisely what his policies imply. On 28 January 2015, two Russian TU-95 bombers, presumably armed with nuclear weapons, approached British airspace and disrupted civil aviation. The last in a series of fifty...

    The Origins of Separatism in Donetsk
    Feb17

    The Origins of Separatism in Donetsk

    The virus plaguing eastern Ukraine has its roots in the coal mines of Donbas. From The Ukrainian Week …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    The Next European Flashpoints
    Feb17

    The Next European Flashpoints

    The West’s most pressing task is to help Ukraine defend itself and survive economic catastrophe. But the West also needs a broader strategy to discourage future Russian coercion of neighbors, help them protect themselves, and counter President Vladimir Putin’s false narrative about Western intentions and lack of political will....

    Page 751 of 822

    Pin It on Pinterest