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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    When the Kremlin Makes An Offer You Can’t Refuse
    May07

    When the Kremlin Makes An Offer You Can’t Refuse

    Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has multiple dimensions, and the energy dimension is one that has been underestimated. Russia has sought to make Ukraine dependent on its abundant energy since 2006. The reason is simple: Russia wants economic and political control over Ukraine and it wants to enmesh Ukraine’s government and elites in a...

    The Dog That Finally Barked? Separatism and Hybrid Warfare in Ukraine
    May07

    The Dog That Finally Barked? Separatism and Hybrid Warfare in Ukraine

    Kremlin Targets Sleepy Corner of Europe with Hybrid Tactics No part of Europe is too obscure for the Kremlin’s machinations. On April 6 in Odessa, a group claiming to represent ethnic minorities in southwestern Ukraine founded the National Council of Bessarabia (NRB). Released on a Russian-registered website, the NRB’s manifesto...

    Russia and the Middle East after Crimea
    May06

    Russia and the Middle East after Crimea

    During Vladimir Putin’s presidency, the Middle East has been a major zone of Russian foreign engagement. As tensions between the West and Russia have grown due to the conflict in Ukraine, the Middle East has emerged once again as a potential playing field for geopolitical competition. Paul du Quenoy will discuss how Russia interacts with...

    Putin’s Grudging Perestroika
    May06

    Putin’s Grudging Perestroika

    There is a widespread view in the West that Russia’s aggressive actions in Ukraine and confrontational policies toward the United States and Europe are an attempt to revitalize aspects of its lost Soviet glory days. But if we look at some of the Kremlin’s domestic policy initiatives, we see a country struggling to become less “Soviet”...

    Circassian Activists Divided on What Best Serves Circassian Interests
    May06

    Circassian Activists Divided on What Best Serves Circassian Interests

    Authorities in Kabardino-Balkaria have launched a campaign to give the Ubykhs, a Circassian sub-ethnic group, official small indigenous group status. That special status would allow the Ubykhs to claim many benefits from the Russian government, including property rights in Russia’s Krasnodar region, the homeland the Ubykhs lost in the...

    Germany’s Merkel To Discuss Ukraine With Putin In Moscow
    May06

    Germany’s Merkel To Discuss Ukraine With Putin In Moscow

    May 6, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    As Ukraine Erects Defensive Fence On Russian Border, Critics Fear Expensive Failure
    May06

    As Ukraine Erects Defensive Fence On Russian Border, Critics Fear Expensive Failure

    May 6, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Attending a round table “Strategy and Priorities of the Development of the Natural Gas Market in the Context of European Integration Aspirations of Ukraine”
    May06

    Attending a round table “Strategy and Priorities of the Development of the Natural Gas Market in the Context of European Integration Aspirations of Ukraine”

    On 23 April 2015, a round table Strategy and Priorities of the Development of the Natural Gas Market in the Context of European Integration Aspirations of Ukraine was held by the Expert Committee on the Issues of the Gas Industry and the Natural Gas Market, the Institute for Strategic Studies under the President of Ukraine, and the National...

    We are still on the verge of change
    May06

    We are still on the verge of change

    Director of Military Programmes at the Razumkov Centre Mykola Sunhurovskyi delivered a speech at the roundtable Urgent Measures to Improve Defence Capability of Ukraine in the Conditions of the Russian Aggression. …read more Source: Razumkov...

    Without execution of the Minsk agreements, a peacekeeping mission in Donbas will not be successful
    May06

    Without execution of the Minsk agreements, a peacekeeping mission in Donbas will not be successful

    Co-director of Foreign Relations and International Security Programmes at the Razumkov Centre Oleksiy Melnyk told the BBC news agency about the necessary conditions of successful peacekeeping operation in eastern Ukraine. The UN peacekeepers have worked everywhere – in Europe, in Asia, in America, and in Africa, where the number of peacekeeping...

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