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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Karen Donfried speaks with DW on ‘What’s Next for Europe?’ and the on-going migration crisis
    Sep02

    Karen Donfried speaks with DW on ‘What’s Next for Europe?’ and the on-going migration crisis

    German Marshall Fund of the United States President Karen Donfried looks at transatlantic ties in the wake of the Greece and migration crisis and on-going unrest in Ukraine. Watch the video here. Featured image: Source publication: Deutsche WelleResearch and analysis for: Germany’s European, Foreign, and Security PolicyEuropean...

    The refugee crisis: Canada’s role
    Sep02

    The refugee crisis: Canada’s role

    They are desperate people taking desperate measures as they flee war, persecution and poverty. They endure abuse, starvation and, for the unlucky, death in their search for asylum. The numbers are numbing. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) estimates that 60 million displaced persons are on the move. Each day an additional...

    Ukraine Report: A Look Inside East and West (Part II)
    Sep02

    Ukraine Report: A Look Inside East and West (Part II)

    During a 3-month trip to Ukraine, journalist Igor Rotar traversed the country from the conflict zone in eastern Ukraine to the ‘Western capital’ of Lviv. He spoke with Ukrainian soldiers and pro-Russian separatists and Cossacks; leaders of the separatist governments, militant units, and local governments on both sides; and NGO leaders,...

    EU Extends Sanctions on Russia
    Sep02

    EU Extends Sanctions on Russia

    Uptick in Ukraine violence strengthens union resolve to keep up pressure on Moscow. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Beijing Parade Draws Putin, but Few Other World Leaders
    Sep02

    Beijing Parade Draws Putin, but Few Other World Leaders

    Serbia’s president tries to drum up more Chinese investment. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Kennan Cable No.11: Conflict in Eastern Europe: From War to Stable Peace
    Sep02

    Kennan Cable No.11: Conflict in Eastern Europe: From War to Stable Peace

    The political and economic crisis in Ukraine, the annexation of Crimea, the war in Donbas, and U.S./EU-Russia tensions are often discussed under the rubric of the ‘Ukrainian Crisis.’ The phrase is a misnomer because both the causes and the effects of these momentous events are not confined to Ukrainian borders. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Conflict: Deadly Luhansk Ambush Ends Lull in East
    Sep02

    Ukraine Conflict: Deadly Luhansk Ambush Ends Lull in East

    Sept. 2, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Russia Says Will Respond in Kind to New U.S. Sanctions Over Ukraine
    Sep02

    Russia Says Will Respond in Kind to New U.S. Sanctions Over Ukraine

    Sept. 2, 2015 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Vladimir Putin’s Soviet Dream
    Sep02

    Vladimir Putin’s Soviet Dream

    From China’s activities in the South China Sea to the Islamic State’s advance in the Middle East, competition and conflict are threatening long-standing regional orders. But perhaps the most critical conflict, with implications for all the rest, is in Ukraine, which has become central to Russia’s expansionist ambitions....

    Government to propose new campaigning rules for EU referendum
    Sep02

    Government to propose new campaigning rules for EU referendum

    Government to propose new campaigning rules for EU referendumThe Government is set to put forward changes to the arrangements for the referendum on Britain’s EU membership, in a bid to allay some MPs’ concerns about ensuring the vote is fair. Amendments being tabled to the EU Referendum Bill today are expected to address concern over...

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